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Dr Isobel Whiting

FdSc BSc (Hons) PhD

Postdoctoral Researcher and Teaching Assistant

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  • I. M. Whiting, S. P. Rose, A. M. Mackenzie, A. M. Amerah, and V. R. Pirgozliev (2019) Effect of wheat distillers dried grains with solubles and exogenous xylanase on laying hen performance and egg quality Poultry Science 0: 1-7
  • I. M. Whiting, S. P. Rose, A. M. Mackenzie, A. M. Amerah, and V. R. Pirgozliev (2019) Nutrient content and digestibility of different batches of wheat distillers dried grains with solubles for laying hens British Poultry Science
  • Whiting IM, Pirgozliev V, Rose SP, Wilson J, Amerah AM, Ivanova SG, Staykova GP, Oluwatosin OO, Oso AO. (2018) Nutrient availability of different batches of wheat distillers dried grains with solubles with and without exogenous enzymes for broiler chickens. Poultry Science 96
  • Vasil Radoslavov Pirgozliev, Isobel Margaret Whiting, Muhammad Waseem Mirza & Stephen Paul Rose (2018) Nutrient availability of different batches of wheat distiller’s dried grains with solubles for turkeys Archives of Animal Nutrition Vol. 72, No. 2, 153-161
  • Whiting, I.,Pirgozliev, V., Rose, S.P., Karadas, F., Mirza, M.W., & Sharpe, A. (2017) The temperature of storage of a batch of wheat distillers dried grains with solubles samples on their nutritive value for broilers. British Poultry Science 59
  • I. Whiting, V. Pirgozliev, S.P. Rose, A.M. Mackenzie and A.M. Amerah (2016) Ileal Amino Acid Digestibility of Wheat Dried Distillers Grain for Laying Hens Sustainable Poultry Production in Europe
  • I.M. Whiting, V.R. Pirgozliev, S.P. Rose, A.M. Mackenzie, A.M. Amerah (2016) “Bioethanol by-products as poultry feed – the future” New Zealand Poultry Industry Conference, Wellington, New Zealand, October 2016.
  • V. Pirgozliev, I. Whiting, S. P. Rose, S. G. Ivanova, G. Staykova, A. M. Amerah (2016) Variability between wheat dry distillers grains with solubles samples influence the effectiveness of exogenous enzymes when fed to broiler chickens Veterinary Medicine, Animal Studies. . Vol. VI, No. 5, 61-69

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