Benito Balneg - Researcher Profile


Department

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Education Research Assistant II

Contact

Email Address: bbbalneg@yahoo.com


Biography

Mr. Benito B. Balneg finished his bachelor's degree in Agriculture major in Animal Science from the Mariano Marcos State University. He was involved in the project Genetic improvement and conservation of sheep in Ilocos Norte. His research interest includes feeding management of sheep and forage production management.

Research Involvement

Research Title
Growth performance, carcass quality and nutrient digestibility of native chicken fed with “buga” and “ube ti bantay”
Utilization of "Buga" (Dioscorea esculenta sub. Spinosa) and "Ube ti Bantay" (Dioscorea alata) as feed resource for monogastric animals
Genetic improvement program for bolinao chicken through conventional and molecular breeding approaches (Study 1)
Performance of Growing Native Chickens under Different Feeding Materials
Preservation and Management of the Ilocos Native Chicken
Performance Evaluation of Native Chicken under Improved Rearing Practices
Laying Performance of Native Hen Fed with Different Feeding Materials
Documentation on the Indigenous Uses and Recipes of the Native Animals
Documentation and Morphological Characterization of the Philippine Native Chicken (Gallus gallus domesticus) Strains in Ilocos Region
Benchmark Information on Native Pig Production Management Practices in Ilocos Norte
Documentation, Characterization and Identification of Native Chicken and Pigs in Ilocos Norte
Pigeonpea (Cajanus cajan L.) Production and Utilization as Feed for Sheep and Poultry
Development Strategies on the Production Management Practices and Profitability of Raising Native Pig in Ilocos Norte
Development of Strategies for Lamb Production in an Organic Ecosystem
Growth Performance of Lamb Raised in an Organic Ecosystem
Formulation and Evaluation of Different Mutton Recipes
Development and Assessment of Organic Production Management Technologies for Rice-based and Upland Agroecosystem
Efficacy of Alternative Methods/Organic Control Agents for External and Internal Parasites (Study 3)
Genetic Improvement and Conservation of the Indigenous Sheep in Ilocos Norte
Progeny Testing of Sheep

Research Publication

  • Roseminda R. Sair, Corazon Diana A. Pastor, Benito B. Balneg. 2013. Growth and Yield Performance of Promising Napier Grass Accessions as Affected by the Frequency of Chicken Manure Application. MMSU Science and Technology Journal. Volume 2; Issue Num. 1; January 2013; ISSN2012-0060

Citations

Author Title of the Paper Publication Citing Article Citing Author Citing Publication Year
Benito B. Balneg Tomato Pomace as Feed for Livestock and Poultry. MMSU. P 41-52./RR Caluya, RR Sair, GMR Recta, BB Balneg 2003. Agri and food waste valorisation co-ops based on flexible multi-feedstocks biorefinery processing technologies for new high added value application Angela Montanati , Ilaria Maria Cigognini , Angelica Cifarelli H2020-BBI-PPP-2015-2-1 BBI.VC3.D5-2015 - Valorisation of agricultural residues and side streams from the agro-food industry. Agrimax-project.edu. Executive Summary. 2016, 2017 2017
Benito B. Balneg Tomato Pomace as Feed for Livestock and Poultry. MMSU. P 41-52./RR Caluya, RR Sair, GMR Recta, BB Balneg 2003. The Effect of Adding Different Levels of Fresh Tomato Pomace on the Maize Silage Quality Mehmet SAVRUNLU1*, Nihat DENEK2 Harran Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi Cilt 5, Say? 1, 2016 2016
Benito B. Balneg Tomato Pomace as Feed for Livestock and Poultry. MMSU. P 41-52./RR Caluya, RR Sair, GMR Recta, BB Balneg 2003. Waste to Worth: Vegetable Wastes as Animal Feed MPS Bakshi, M Wadhwa and Harinder PS Makkar CAB Reviews 2016 11, No. 012. Researchgate.net 2016