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Assoc Prof Dr HADHAMI HAJJI | Livestock Production | Best Researcher Award

small Ruminant and animal products quality researcher at Arid Regions Institute of Mednine,  Tunisia

Hadhami Hajji is an accomplished Engineer and holds a Ph.D. in Animal Sciences with a specialization in small ruminant nutrition and product quality. With over five years of experience in animal research, Hadhami is currently serving as an Associate Professor at the Livestock and Wildlife Laboratory of Arid Regions Institute in Medenine, Tunisia, since September 2017.

 

Publication Profile:🌟👨‍🎓

Education:

🎓 PhD in Agronomic Sciences, specializing in Animal Sciences. 🎓 Master’s in Agronomy (Animal Genetic Resources). 🎓 Engineering Degree in Animal and Fodder Production

Work Experience:

🏫 Associate Professor at Livestock and Wildlife Laboratory, IRA Medenine, Tunisia (Since September 2017). 👨‍🏫 Teaching Contract at ESAK (2016-2017). 🐑 Animal Production Engineer (2012-2014)

Skills:

📝 Conducting scientific research. ✍️ Writing and editing technical documents. 🎓 Organizing workshops and training sessions

Notable Achievements:

🌱 Secured research funds for a project on livestock feed security in arid regions. 🤝 Co-created and conducted surveys with farmers, impacting stakeholders’ practices and perceptions regarding harvest loss and food waste.

 

Research Focus 🌱🔬:

🐑 Hadhami Hajji’s primary research focus revolves around small ruminants, with a particular emphasis on enhancing sustainable practices and optimizing animal nutrition. His work delves into predicting carcass composition in live lambs using ultrasound technology, exploring the impact of protein levels on growth performance and carcass characteristics in young sheep, and investigating the physicochemical properties of meat from North African lamb breeds under different diets. 🌱 Additionally, he has studied the use of spineless cactus for dairy goats and growing kids, and the effects of dietary supplementation, specifically Rosmarinus officinalis, on goat and ewe production, metabolic status, and lamb growth. Hadhami’s research spans a broad spectrum, contributing valuable insights to small ruminant nutrition and sustainable livestock practices.

 

Citations:

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  • Citations: 308 citations from 231 documents. This implies that the work of the researcher has been referenced or cited 308 times in a total of 231 different documents.
  • Documents: There are 20 documents associated with the researcher. These could be research papers, articles, or any other scholarly contributions.
  • h-index: The h-index is a measure of both the productivity and impact of a researcher’s work. In this case, the h-index is 9. The h-index of 9 indicates that there are 9 documents that have each been cited at least 9 times.

This information provides an overview of the impact and reach of the researcher’s work in the academic community.

 

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HADHAMI HAJJI | Livestock Production | Best Researcher Award

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