Animal Husbandry and Animal Nutrition

It is a science branch which makes researches and provides training and education related to the growing of the farm animals within the veterinary faculty, their reproduction, multiplication, care and feeding, growing individuals having high productivity, genetic improvements, management of stockbreeding business, and organic stockbreeding etc.

1. Biostatistics department

2. Genetics department

3. Animal feeding and feeding diseases department

4. Animal health economy and business department

5. Zootechniques department

The Training Application and Research Farm having 1,23 Million TL value for 30 milk cows will be completed in 2013-2014 years between Bingöl University veterinary faculty and the head of DAP administration. Therefore, the application and research opportunity will be provided for our students and researchers.

Between Bingöl University Faculty of Veterinary Medicine + DAP Administration, 30 dairy cows and 1.23 Million TL Education Application and Research Farm have come to the stage of completion. Thus, an application and research area will be provided to our students and researchers.

SÜTAŞ will establish its third farm in Turkey in Bingöl Center, which will house approximately 1000 dairy cows. This means an opportunity for practice and research for our students and researchers.

In addition to these, Research Institutes and Agricultural enterprises affiliated to the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Livestock and livestock enterprises belonging to the private sector will be our main research and application areas.

In our department, there is an Animal Science and Animal Nutrition Laboratory where various studies are carried out.

Compulsory courses taught in our department:

Animal Welfare, Animal Science I, Animal Science II, Animal Breeding, Feed Hygiene and Technology, Animal Nutrition and Nutritional Diseases

Elective courses taught in our department:

Ration Preparation Techniques, Organic Livestock, Animal Shelters, Feed Analysis, Pet Nutrition, Clinical Animal Nutrition, Animal Nutrition Biochemistry, animal feeding Physiology, Biostatistics, Herd Management, Project and Feasibility in Livestock, Alternative Poultry Breeding, Goose-Duck Breeding, Fur Animals Breeding, Laboratory Animal Breeding, Rabbit Breeding, Cat-Dog Breeding, Ostrich Breeding.


To educate veterinarians who are equipped with scientific understanding, have advanced research and problem solving skills, have cultural accumulation, environmental awareness, communication skills, have lifelong learning and self-advancing principles, and can think in peace with themselves and their environment. To carry out veterinary research and community service conforming to the ethical rules of the profession in universal standards; and to gain, produce, practice and spread knowledge by shedding light on developments in animal health, behaviors, welfare, production, breeding, nutrition, and animal rehabilitation which are indispensable elements of humanity and nature. To make diagnosis, treatment and preventive medicine applications of all diseases that threaten animal health including zoonotic diseases; to protect the public health; to contribute to the development of animal husbandry by controlling the animal sources of food.


To ensure that all of our students receive education and training on a balanced and equal basis; to increase the number of patented studies by encouraging all academicians working in the veterinary faculty to work and produce on national and international scientific platforms by providing free working environments; to further qualify the veterinary faculties at the international level by further improving the physical conditions of the faculty; to provide not only our students, but also the people of the region with the right information about animal feeding, care, and love; to protect animal health; to provide the diagnosis, treatment, and control of these diseases; to implement professional and ethical rules; to respect animal rights; to establish honest, caring, and warm relationships with animal owners; to research ways of accessing information; to grasp the importance of lifelong self-learning. To ensure that our students are trained as qualified and respected veterinarians who foresee the problems of animal health, welfare, and animal rights, produce solutions, and obey deontological and ethical rules. To be a faculty that is engaged in scientific research in the field, produces information, exemplified nationally and internationally, and is honored to be a member.

Quality Policy

  • In accordance with the mission and vision of our faculty;
  • To work to increase the recognition and prestige of our faculty nationally and internationally,
  • Ensuring the participation of internal stakeholders and all external stakeholders, especially academic staff, administrative staff and students, in the processes and to increasing their motivation
  • To implement in-service trainings to train well-equipped university personnel and to increase the quality level by giving importance to teamwork,
  • To raise individuals who have the knowledge, skills, behavior and general culture of the profession, who are sensitive to the environment, and who give importance to occupational health and safety,
  • To have an innovative perspective within the framework of ethical principles in order to improve animal-human health and welfare,
  • It has adopted the implementation of the Quality Management System in accordance with the vision and mission of the University and continuous improvement as a "Quality Policy" by spreading the corporate quality awareness and culture.


  • Increasing the Number of Academic Staff
  • Increasing the Quality and Efficiency of Academic Staff
  • Increasing the Number of Administrative Staff
  • Increasing the Quality and Efficiency of Administrative Staff
  • Creating Awareness of Corporate Culture in Employees
  • Creating Institutional Culture and Motivation of Students
  • Strengthening Education Infrastructure
  • Increasing the Preference Level of the Faculty
  • Diversifying and Increasing Student Activities
  • Increasing the Number of National, International, Regional and Local Projects
  • Improving and Developing Health Services
  • Developing Community-Oriented Education