Muhammad Saad Ullah

B Sc. (Hons.) Animal Husbandry (UAF)
M Sc. (Hons.) Animal Nutrition (UAF)

Department of Livestock Production, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore, Pakistan
Phone : +92 345 7911841
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Mr. Muhammad Saadullah started his professional career in July, 2007. He joined Pakistan Dairy Development Company (PDDC), an organization with a slogan of “Leading the White Revolution” there he contributed as Farm Production Advisor and introduced modern housing, feeding and management practices through company’s model farm program those later on resulted in present day modern dairy industry. He served there for three and half years.
At the start of present decade dairy industry was flushing and modern dairy farms around big cities were being installed, but the industry faced serious problems regarding the feed and fodder availability. Saadullah joined DuPont Pioneer Pakistan Seeds as Market Development Officer/ Nutritionist. There he contributed as solution provider to industry and introduced modern techniques of forage preservation, bale silage, silage inoculants, improved hybrid seeds of forages, silage harvesting machinery and silage making techniques.
He joined University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences as Lecturer in December, 2011 since then he is contributing in teaching and research along with serving the farming community through UVAS 24/7 extension Services. He is a PhD scholar and working on Buffalo feeding management. He also served as Farm Manager at University farm and introduced modern forage production and conservation techniques, pasture development, irrigation techniques, methane digester and farm yard manure management techniques. He is also actively involved in industry- Academia led education and research activities like holding farmer days, dairy expos, workshops, seminar and symposiums.

Areas of Interest


  • Dairy Feeding Management
  • Farm Automation and Mechanization
  • Forage Preservation
  • Poverty elevation through Livestock Extension


Undergraduate courses

  • Equine and camel production
  • Dairy production
  • Introduction to livestock management
  • Introduction to lactation biology
  • Milk production and procurement
  • Livestock farm operation

Postgraduate courses

  • Lactation biology
  • Dairy production
  • Livestock production on ranges and pastures
  • Recent advances in livestock management



  1. Hifz-ul Rahman, Jalees Ahmed Bhatti, Muhammad Saadullah: Effect of Processed Alfalfa on the Performance of Lohi Lambs: May. 9th, 2013: ISBN-10: 3659347175: ISBN-13: 9783659347177
  2. Muhammad Saadullah, Javed Iqbal Sultan, Uzman Bashir Cheema: Supplementation of Probiotic (ProtexinTM),Effect on Broiler Performance, Nutrient Utilization and Intestinal Length ;LAP Lambert Academic Publishing ISBN 978-3-8433-6453-9
  3. Muhammad Naveed Anwar, Syed Shakil Amjid, Muhammad Saadullah: FIBER DEGRADING ENZYME IN POULTRY FEEDS: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing 11/2011; 10(2):76.


  1. Ahsan-ul-HAQUE, Muhammad ABDULLAH, Muhammad SAADULLAH, Zeeshan Muhammad IQBAL, Jalees Ahmad BHATTI, Nisar AHMAD, Dilshad RASHEED and Imran MOHSIN: Economics of Raising Calves on Milk and/or Milk Replacer in Nili-Ravi Buffaloes: Buffalo Bulletin 2013 Vol.32 (Special Issue 2): 1237-1240
  2. Muhammad ABDULLAH, Zeeshan Muhammad IQBAL,  Muhammad SAADULLAH,   Ahsan-ul-HAQUE, Khalid JAVED, Makhdoom Abdul JABBAR and Aasim TAUSEEF,. :Comparative Performance of Calves Fed Milk and/or Milk Replacer Supplemented with Calf Starter up to Weaning Age in Nili-Ravi Buffaloes: Buffalo Bulletin 2013 Vol.32 (Special Issue 2): 874-877
  3. Zahid Kamran, Muhammad Aslam Mirza. Shakeel Ahmed, H. A. Samad, M.U. Sohail andMuhammad Saadullah. Performance Of Broiler Chickens Fed Mannan Oligosaccharides AsAlternatives To Antibiotics From One To Twenty-Two Days Of Age The Journal of Animal & Plant Sciences, 2 3 ( 5 ): 201 3 , Page: 1482 – 1485 ISSN: 1018-7081


  1. Muhammad Saadullah, Syed Shakil Amjid: Community Biogas plants: A Promising Future Energy Source for Rural Punjab: Pakistan journal of zoology 03/2012


Extension Article:

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