MASTER PROGRAMME

Dr. Phiny Chiv

Dr. Phiny Chiv

Working Institution: Svay Rieng University (Cambodia)
Contact Phone: (+855) 92 656626
E-mail: chiv.phiny@sru.edu.kh
Qualification: Ph.D. in Animal Husbandry, Hue University (Vietnam)
Teaching Interests: Animal production, integrated farming system, rural development, project management, agricultural statistics
Research Interests: Animal production, biogas, feed resource for livestock production, animal nutrition

Recent publications:

  • Chiv Phiny 2012. Evaluation of some local forages as feeds for smallholder pig production in Cambodia. Ministry of Education and training, HUE University. Vietnam. http://mekarn.org/phd/conphiny.htm
  • Chiv Phiny, T R Preston, Khieu Borin and Mao Thona 2012. Effect on growth performance of crossbred pigs fed basal diet of cassava root meal and ensiled taro foliage supplemented with protein-enriched rice or fish meal. http://www.lrrd.orglrrd244phin24065.htm
  • Chiv Phiny, T R Preston nd Khieu Borin, 2010. Effect of fresh mulberry leaves and sweet potato vines on growth performance of pigs fed a basal diet of broken rice. http://www.lrrd.org/public-lrrd/proofs/lrrd2203/phiny22044.htm
  • Chiv Phiny, T. R. Preston, Khieu Borin and Pov Thida, 2009. Effect on feed intake, digestibility and N retention of growing pigs of taro leaves ensiled with rice bran or with taro stems (combined leaf and stem) or fish silage (This experiment is completed and a paper is being prepared for publication).
  • Chiv Phiny, B Ogle, T R Preston and Khieu Borin 2007. Water spinach and mulberry leaves (Morus alba) as protein sources for growing pigs fed diets with different sources of energy. http://www.mekarn.org/MSC2005-07/thesis07/contphin.htm
  • Chhay Ty, Borin K and Chiv Phiny 2007. A note on the effect of fresh mulberry leaves, fresh sweet potato vine or a mixture of both foliages on intake, digestibility and N retention of growing pigs given a basal diet of broken rice. Livestock Research for Rural Development. Volume 19, Article #136. Retrieved print Date, September 17, 2007, from http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd19/9/chha19136.htm 
  • Chiv Phiny and Lampheuy Kaensombath 2006. Effect on feed intake and growth of depriving rabbits access to caecotropes.  Livestock Research for Rural Development http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd18/3/phin18034.htm
  • Chiv Phiny, Khieu Borin and Chhay Ty 2006. Effect of level of effluent from plastic biodigesters loaded with pig manure on the growth of mulberry (Morus alba) trees. Centre for livestock and Agriculture Development, CelAgrid-Cambodia. Workshop on Forages for Pigs and Rabbits. http://www.mekarn.org/proprf/phin.htm
  • Chiv Phiny, T. R. Preston and J. Ly. 2003. Mulberry (Morus alba) leaves as protein source for young pigs fed rice based diet: Digestibility studies. Livestock Research for Rural Development (15) 1. http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/lrrd15/1/phiny151.htm 
  • Chiv Phiny and Rodriguez L.2001. Digestibility and N retention in Mong Cai pigs fed sugar palm juice and ensiled fresh water fish livestock Research for Rural Development 13(2): electronic version. http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/13/2chiv132.htm
  • Ly J., Chhay Ty and Chiv Phiny. 2001. Evaluation of rubber seed meal in Mong Cai pigs.Livestock Research for Rural Development 13(2): electronic version. http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/132/13/21y132.htm
  • Ly J., Chhay Ty, Chiv Phiny and Preston, T.R. 2001. Some aspects of the nutritive value of leaf meals of Trichanthera gigantea and Morus alba for Mong Cai pigs.Livestock Research for Rural Development 13(3): electronic version. http://www.cipav.org.co/lrrd/13/31y133.htm
  • Ly, J., Chhay Ty, Chiv Phiny, Preston, T.R. and Rodriguez, L. 2001. Some aspects of the nutritive values of ensiled cassava forage for Mong Cai pigs fed low levels of protein. Revista Computadorizada de Produccion Porcina 8 (supplemento 1): [in Spanish].
  • Ly J, Chhay ty, Chiv Phiny, Preston T R and Rodriguez Lylian 2001. Algunos aspectos del valor nutritivo del ensilado de forraje de yuca dado a cerdos mong cai alimentados con dietas de poca proteina. Revista Computadorizada de Producción Porcina 8 (suplemento 1): 2001