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Name

Dr. Magnus Izah Anya

Department

Animal Science

Designation

Associate Professor

Email

[email protected]


About Dr. Magnus Izah Anya

Dr. Magnus Anya is a seasoned and erudite scholar, innovative consultant and astute data analyst, who is well-grounded in both theory and application of statistical soft wears. He has, over the years, acquired unique skills and capabilities in, data acquisition, data analysis and interpretation. Dr. Magnus is endowed with rare entrepreneurial spirit that enables him to identify opportunities and consequently, creates great economic benefits from them. Dr. Magnus holds a B.Agric. (Hons) degree from the prestigious University of Calabar in 1996, M.Ed. and Ph.D degree in Ruminant Nutrition from the same University in 2003 and 2015 respectively. He joined the services of University of Calabar in 1994 as Assistant Lecturer. He rose through the ranks and is now an Associate Professor in the same Department. Since joining the University, he has been teaching, mentoring and contributing to the graduation of students in the University at all levels. He has successfully supervised and co-supervised over 30 graduate students comprising over 10 Post students. His major research interest areas are focused on Animal Physiology and Ruminant Nutrition. Dr. Magnus has served the University in various capacities which include Head of Department of Animal Science. He belongs to several professional bodies amongst which are Association of Animal Scientists of Nigeria, Nigerian Society for Animal Science, British Society for Animal Science. He is happily married with children.


S/N Qualification School Atttended Started Finished
FSLCGovernment Primary School Bebuabong, Obudu19791983
West African School Certificate (WASC)Government Secondary School, Obudu19841990
General Certificate of Education ‘A’ LevelMaryKnoll School of Arts & Science, Ogoja Cross River State19911992
B Agric (Animal Science)University of Calabar, Calabar19921996
M.Sc Ruminant NutritionUniversity of Calabar, Calabar.20012003
Ph.D (Ruminant Nutrition)Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Umudike, Abia State20122015

S/N Publication
Anya, M. I., Ayuk, A. A., & Eburu, P. O. (2019). Variation in milk yield and composition of West African Dwarf does fed cassava peel meal based diets supplemented with African yambean concentrate in the humid zone of Nigeria.. Canadian Journal of Agriculture and Crops, 4(1), 1-10.
Anya, M. I., Ozung, P. O. & Eburu, P. O. (2019). Rumen degradation of Cassava foliage meal supplemented with graded levels of monensin by N’Dama bulls in the humid zone of Nigeria. East African Scholars Journal of Agriculture and Life Sciences.2(2): 82 – 87.
Ayuk, A. A., Eyoh, G. D., Anya, M. I. & Ozung, P. O. (2019). A survey on availability and utilization of forages by West African Dwarf Goats in Cross River State, Nigeria. East African Scholars Journal of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 2(2): 82 – 87.
Anya, M. I. & Eburu, P. O. (2019). Nutrient intake and Nitrogen balance of West African Dwarf goats fed cassava peel meal supplemental with varying levels of African yambean concentrate. Continental Journal of Agricultural Science.13(1): 1 – 18.
Eyoh, G. D., Ayuk, A. A. Anya, M. I. & Ozung, P. O. (2019). Effect of heat stress on thermoregulatory, live bodyweight, physiological and blood indices of West African Dwarf goats exposed to different housing patterns. African Scholar Journal of Agriculture and Agricultural Technology. 14(8): 49 – 60.
Anya, Magnus Izah (2018). Rumen degradation of cassava peel meal supplemented with graded levels of African yambean by West African Dwarf Sheep in the humid zone of Nigeria. International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology. 5(8): 24 – 31.
ANYA, M.I. & OZUNG, P.O. (2018). Composition of colostrum and milk of West African Dwarf (WAD) does fed cassava peel based-diets supplemented with African Yambean (Sphenostylis Stenocarpa) concentrate in the Humid Zone of Nigeria . Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research. 5,112-119.
Patrick O.E. & Anya, M.I . (2018). The effect of essential oil combination biohydrogenation of polyunsaturated fatty acids on West African Dwarf goats. Online Journal of Animal and Feed Research. 8 (5): 126 – 135.
Anya, M. I. & Ayuk, A. A. (2018). Growth characteristics and proximate profile of duckweed (Lemna minor) cultured in Calabar – Humid Zone of Nigeria. International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology. 5 (9), 38-43 .
Anya,M.I., Ozung,P.O., Oko,K. O. & E. Idoko (2018). Linear body measurements and growth performance characteristics of female rabbits fed cocoa bean shell meal-based diets. Canadian Journal of Agriculture and Crops. 3(1), 1-8.
Anya, M. I. & P. O. Ozung (2018). Performance and carcass characteristics of West African Dwarf (WAD) goats fed cassava peel meal based diets supplemented with African Yambean concentrate. International Journal of Advances in Agricultural Science and Technology. 5(7) 95 – 108.
Anya, M. I., Ozung, P. O., Okah, U., Ayuk, A. A. & Igwe,P. A. (2018). Blood profile of West African Dwarf goats fed Cassava peel meal based-diets supplemented with African yambean concentrate. Canadian Journal of Agriculture and Crops. 3(2), 55 – 63.
Dauda, A., Anya, M. I., Ayuk, A. A. Okon, B. I. & Eburu, P. O. (2018). Application of morphological indices and distribution of qualitative traits of cattle in Obudu Grass Plateau. Cross River State. Research reports on Genetics. ISSN: 2591 – 7986
Oko, O. O. K., Ozung, P. O. Anya, M. I., Agiang, E. A. & Evans, E. I. (2018). Carcass yield and gastro-intestinal tract morphometry of rabbits exposed to dietary cocoa (Theobroma cacao L.) pod husk meal. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production, 45 (5), 84 – 91.
Henry ,A.J., Udie,G. U. Ozung,P. O. & Anya,M. I. (2018). Hormonal assay and reproductive performance of rabbits fed pawpaw (Carica papaya) leaves as feed supplement. Annual Research & Review in Biology 25(3), 1 – 9.
Anya, M. I. & Ozung, P. O. (2018). Composition and quality of fresh cow milk offered for sale in Obudu Grass Plateau, Cross River State – Nigeria. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science. 20(3): 295 – 303.
Anya, M. I. Okon B., Dauda, A., Ayuk, A. A. & Chukwumati, M. G. (2018). Phenotypic characterization of cattle based on coat colour in Obudu Grass Plateau – South South Nigeria. A discriminant Approach. Nigerian Journal of Animal Science. 20(3): 1-9.
Anya, M. I & Ayuk, Aloysius Ausaji (2018). Forage options for smallhoder dairy farmers in Obudu Grass Plateau, Cross River State – Nigeria. Journal of African Sustainable Development (JASUD). 10(7), 42 – 56.
P. O. Ozung, M. I. Anya, O. O. K. Oko, P. O. Eburu & N. A. Ekpah (2018). The utilization of synthetic methionine in broiler chicken production. Effect on growth performance blood and carcass characteristics. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences. 24,1 – 10
Eyoh, G. D., Ayuk, A. A., Anya, M. I. & Udo, M. D. (2018). Mineral and proximate composition of selected forages fed to West African dwarf bucks in Obio Akpa. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 45(5), 129 – 135
Oko, O. O. K., Ozung, P. O., Anya, M. I., Agiang, E. A. & Evans, E. I. (2018). Carcass yield and gastro-intestinal tract morphometry of rabbits exposed to dietary cocoa (Theobroma cacao I) pod husk meal. Nigerian Journal of Animal Production 45(5): 84 – 91.
Eburu, P. O. , Chikunya,S. Anya,M. I. & Ozung, P. O. (2017). Effects of rumen exposure to anise oil on ruminal fermentation and biohydrogenation of N-3 Polyunsaturated fatty acids. Global Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences.23, 231 – 243.
Oko, O.K, Anya, M.I.,Ozung, P.O., Eyong,I.I & Lizubili Freeman Mboto (2016). Seasonal changes in the chemical composition of Aspilia Africana plant grown in Nigeria. Asian Journal of Agricultural Sciences. 8(4), 18 -24.
Anya,M.I. Ayuk,A.A., Umoren,E.P. & Lifu,E.O (2013). Mobile-livestock keeping and climate change challenges in Africa. Outlook on Agriculture. IP Publishing Ltd. 42(1).
Okah, U., Chibueze, C. O., & Anya. M. I. (2013). Haematological and biochemical characteristics of West African Dwarf rams fed different levels of poultry droppings/maggots combination. Journal of Agricultural Technology 9(5), 1151 – 1156.
Ayuk A. A. & Anya M. I. (2013). Performance and cost evaluation of weaner pigs (Large white and Landrace) fed urea treated and untreated cocoa pod husk diets in the humid high rain forest zone of Nigeria. Continental Journal of Veterinary Sciences 7(1): 23 - 27.
Anya,M. I., Ofem,N. I. W. B. Binang and E. P. Umoren (2012). Climate change and food security in Africa. Asian Journal of Agricultural Research 6(2), 52 – 59.
M. I. Anya, N. I. Ofem, W. B. Binang and E. P. Umoren (2012). Climate change and food security in Africa. Asian Journal of Agricultural Research 6(2): 52 – 59.
Okah, U., Okeke, C. N. and Anya, M. I. (2012). Intake and digestibility of dietary maize processing waste by West African dwarf (WAD) sheep. Journal of Agricultural Technology. 8 (4), 1277 – 1284.
Augustine O. Angba, Nneoyi I. Ofem, Magnus I. Anya and Essien E. Nsa (2012). Sustainable livelihoods and micro-livestock development in Nigeria: A simulation study from Cross River State. Journal of Food, Agriculture and Environment (JFAE) 10(1), 983 – 988
Ozung, P. O., Ubua, J. A., Anya, M. I., Nsa, E. E. and Etim S. E. (2012). Evaluation of growth performance and some haematological response of weaned rabbits fed pawpaw peel meal based diet in Cross River rainforest zone. International Journal of Science and Nature (IJSN). 3(4), 784-787.
Ayuk, A. A., Anya, M. I., Okon, B. I., Wogar, G. S. I., Okon, B., & Akpan, B. J. (2012). Performance and Cost Effectiveness of Feeding Maize Cash Treated Cocoa Pod Husk Diet to Weaner Pigs (Largewhite x Landrace). Journal of Sustainable Technology. 3(2), 95 – 102 .
M. I. Anya and A. A. Ayuk (2011). Genetic diversity & climate change Implications for animal production systems in Africa. Asian Journal of Agricultural Research 5(4), 217 – 222.
Anya, M. I., Ayuk, A. A. Ozung, P. O., Nsa, E. E. & Edet, G. D. (2011). Compensatory growth in growing West African Dwarf kids in the humid zone of Nigeria. International Journal of Plant, Animal and Environmental Sciences (IJPAES), 1(3), 253 – 260.
Anya, M. I., Ibeawauchi, J. A., Ayuk, A. A., Ozung, P. O. and Okereke, S. N. (2011). Stylo 184 as a protein source in maize straw-based rations for West African Dwarf sheep in humid high rainforest zone in Nigeria. International Journal of Agriculture, 3(6), 114 – 120.
Christopher A. Eneji, Christine, A., Emmanuel Ikpeme, Magnus I. Anya & Oluwatosin O. Kennedy Oko (2011). Shelf-life quality of rabbit meat under different storage conditions. Journal of food, Agriculture & Environmental (JFAE) Vo. 9(3&4)
Nsa, E. E., Okon, B., Ozung, P. O., Anya, M. I., Wogar, G. S. I. & Umoren, E. P. (2011). Proximate composition, Anti-nutritional factors and growth response of broiler finishers fed raw and thermal treated Milletia obanensis seed meal. Journal of Agricultural and Veterinary Science, . 3,95 – 102.
Anya, M. I., Edet, G. D., Nsa, E. E. & Umoren, E. P. (2008). Evaluation of the mineral composition of some forage legumes and grasses in the tropical high forest zone of Cross River State – Nigeria. Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agric. Econs. & Extension. 8 (1 & 2),33-37.
Nsa, E. E., Akpan, I. A. Okon, B., Anya, M. I., Edet, G. D. & Essien, E. A (2008). Performance of broiler finisher birds fed palm oil slurry as energy source. Nigerian Southeast Journal of Agric. Econs. & Ext. 8, (1 & 2) 1821.
Ebenso, I. E., Ita, B., Umoren, E. P., Ita, M., Binang, W., Edet G., Izah, M., Udo I. O. Ibanga G., & Ukpong E. E. (2005). Effect of carbamate Mollusicicide on African Gaint Land Snail Limicolaria aurora. Appl. Sci. Environ. Mgt. Vol 9(1): 99-102.
Eneji, C. A., Okon,B. I. Anya,M. I. & Joshua, A. O. (2000) Analysis of Exotic and Indigenous Chicken Meat Keeping Qualities as basis for Developing Meat Extension packages for Households in Cross River State. Classical Journal of Research in Education 2 (1 ).

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S/N Conference Description Started Finished
10th international symposium, University of CalabarPerformance and cost evaluation of west african dwarf bucks managed under five housing patterns.2018-09-022018-09-05