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Scientific Poultry Production: A Unique Encyclopaedia

 
P V Sreenivasaiah (Author)
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Poultry farming changed from backyard hobby to business enterprise and Veterinarians need to know more about poultry science to augment the growth of the industry.  By the time Second Revised Edition was published during 1998, poultry industry and poultry science education had witnessed rapid strides of progress.  Since then, then progress has further intensified; broiler and layer industries are growing at an estimated rate of 10 and 15%, respectively. There has been an attitude change in poultry farming especially in developed countries with welfare and environmental concerns coming to the fore.  In about 5-6 years, the member countries of European Union will be completely replacing the conventional cages; even alternatives for one of the most common farm practices, beak-trimming, is being thought of.  The spread of Avian influenza has added an altogether different dimension to the disease control, biosecurity and basic farm technologies.  Feeding poultry has entered into a new area of enzymes, performance enhancers and other means of maximizing returns.  Newer poultry product have made poultry meat, as has been till now, the most popular meat throughout the world.  Development in the field of biotechnology is likely to offer opportunities for both basic research as well as application in practical breeding; the latter has become a necessity because conventional selection processes are no more able to produce the desired/expected responses.  The Veterinary Council of India is in the process of revising the undergraduate Veternary syllabus.  Notwithstanding the fact that two courses (instead of one earlier) are proposed, it appears inadequate.  Further, it is surprising that an industry which contributes 1.2% of GDP of the country, already employing 2,000 Veterinarians and likely to continue employing a tenth of that every year, has not been properly recognized; for instance, the VCI does not stipulate that the Department of Poultry Science should be an independent Department in Veterinary Colleges!

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P V Sreenivasaiah

Dr. P V Sreenivasaiah, born 28th Feb 1955, currently working as Professor and Head, Department of Avian production and Management, Rajiv Gandhi College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Puducherry, graduated from Veterinary College, UAS, Bangalore, during 1975.  He obtained his Master's degree (at IVRI, during 197) and Ph.D (from APAU, Hyderabad during 1985) with I rank in both with ICAR Fellowship specializing in Poultry Science.  Dr. P V Sreenivasaiah is known to have a special aptitude towards Mathematics, in general, and Statistics, in particular.  He has helped many Master's and Doctorate students in various fields of Veterinary Science Analyze and interpret their research data. It has been a long cherished dream come true for him to have authored a book on Veterinary Biostatistics.  This book is unique being a Biostatistics book written by a Veterinarian with examples exclusive from different fields of Veterinary and Animal Sciences and is expected to serve as a ready reference for UG students as well as all Research personnel, in Biological Sciences, in general, and those in the fields of Veterinary and Animal Science, in particular.  Dr. P V Sreenivasaiah is also the author of the popular textbook "Scientific Poultry Production" whose III revised and enlarged Edition was published by us during 2006.

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Bibliographic information

Title Scientific Poultry Production: A Unique Encyclopaedia
Format Hardcover
Date published: 28.01.2006
Edition 3rd Revised ed.
Language: English
isbn 8181891473, 9788181891471
length vii+1487p., Tables; Figures; Appendices; Abbrev.; Index; 26cm.