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Paul Luimes

Paul Luimes

Dr. Paul Luimes
Livestock Nutrition
College Research Professor
 

Degrees:

  • Ph.D. Animal Physiology – McGill University
  • M.Sc. Ruminant Nutrition – University of Guelph
  • B.Sc. Animal Science – University of Guelph

    Research Interests:
    Paul's research work focuses on investigating applied nutritional and management opportunities to improve production efficiency. With the opening of the new swine research facility, he hopes to conduct some applied nutrition and growth trials in collaboration with the swine industry.

    Recent or current projects include:
    Feeding corn cob meal to lambs (2014) Ontario Sheep
    Preliminary investigation into ewe feed efficiency (2013) Ontario Sheep
    Does pelleting lamb feed improve efficiency cost effectively? (2012) Ontario Sheep
    Dried distillers’ grains with solubles inclusion for lamb feeder diets (2011). Ontario Sheep
    Corn silage inclusion for lamb feeder diets (2010). Ontario Sheep
    Investigation into ketosis in sows during late gestation and early lactation (2009). Ontario Pork and OMAFRA
    Using infrared thermography to detect lameness in sows (2009). OMAFRA
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