Faculty Profile


Lolito C. Bestil

Professor

Ruminant Nutrition & Production

Research Interest

  • Supplementation Feeding
  • Rumen Defaunation
  • Bypass Protein Feeding
  • Feedstuff Processing & Utilization
  • In Situ & in Vivo Digestibility
  • Grazing Studies and Pasfare Management
  • Dairy Feeding Management

Education

Ph.D. Visayas State University, 2008


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Department of Animal Science
College of Agriculture and Food Science
Visayas State University
Baybay City, Leyte
6521-A PHILIPPINES

Publication

Number of Publication: 8

Aban, M. L., & Bestil, L. C. (2016). Assessment of the Potential of Some Legume Forages for Rumen Defaunation in Goats. Annals of Tropical Research.

Morbos, C. E., Espina, D. M., & Bestil, L. C. (2016). Growth Performance of Philippine Native Chicken Fed Diet Supplemented with Varying Levels of Madre De Agua (Trichanthera Gigantea Nees) Leaf Meal. Annals of Tropical Research.

Bestil, L. C., Atole, A. F. F., & Rama, J. M. (2014). Chemical composition and in situ digestibility of common feed resources for ruminants in marginal uplands. Annals of Tropical Research.

Atole, A. F. F., & Bestil, L. C. (2014). Extrapolating bypass protein potential of treated soybean meal by in situ degradation in rumen-fistulated Brahman cattle. Annals of Tropical Research.

Escala, E. J., & Bestil, L. C. (2014). Supplementation of Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) by-product concentrate for Early Weaning of Kids. Internat’l. Jour. Of Advances in Agricultural & Environmental Eng’g, 1(2).

Atole, A. F. F., & Bestil, L. C. (2013). In Situ Degradation of Selected Protein Sources in Rumen-Cannulated Brahman Cattle (Bos indicuis Linn.). Phil. Jour. Vet. Anim. Sci., 39(2), 183-192.

Aban, M. L., & Bestil, L. C. (2013). In Situ Ruminal Degradation of Foliage with Varying pH Levels from Selected Trees and Shrubs. Phil. Jour. Vet. Anim. Sci., 39(2), 173-182.

Bestil, L. C. (2013). Time and level of madre de agua (Trichanthera gigantea) supplementation on napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum) utilization by sheep.