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Responses of milk quality to roasted soybeans, calcium soap and organic mineral supplementation in dairy cattle diets ., Adawiah; Sutardi, Toha; Toharmat, Toto; Manalu, Wasmen; ., Nahrowi
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 11, No 4 (2006)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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Milk quality is affected by feed nutrient either macronutrient or micronutrient.  Roasted soayabeans and calcium soap were to increase supply by pas protein and fat to dairy cattle. Thus, organic mineral was to increase bioavailability of feed mineral to animal.  The objective of this study was to evaluate roasted soybean, mineral soap and organic mineral supplementation on milk quality of dairy cattle.  Twenty lactating Frisian Holstein cows (initial weight 361.4 ± 40.39 kg) were assigned into a randomized complete block design with 5 treatments and 4 blocks. The treatments were A: basal diet, B: A + roasted soybean, C: B + calcium soap of corn oil, D: C + calcium soap of corn oil, E: C + calcium soap of fish oil. The experimental diets were offered for 9 and 2 weeks preliminary. The results of the experiment showed that milk protein and lactose were not affected by diets.  Milk dry matter  of cows fed A, B, and D diets were higher (P<0.05) than those of fed C and E diets.  Milk fat of cows fed A,  B and D diets were higher (P<0.05) than those of  fed C and E diets. Milk density of cows fed B and E diets were higher (p<0.05) than those of fed A, C and D diets. Milk TPC of cows fed B diet were higher (0.05) than those of fed A, C, D, and E diets. It is concluded that milk quality especially milk protein and lactose concentration are not affected by roasted soyabeans, Ca-soap, and organic mineral. Calcium soap of fish oil and organic mineral decrease population of milk bacteria. Key Words: Calcium Soap, Organic Mineral, Roasted Soyabeans, Dairy Cattle, Quality Milk
Responses of milk quality to roasted soybeans, calcium soap and organic mineral supplementation in dairy cattle diets ., Adawiah; Sutardi, Toha; Toharmat, Toto; Manalu, Wasmen; ., Nahrowi
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 11, No 4 (2006): DECEMBER 2006
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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Milk quality is affected by feed nutrient either macronutrient or micronutrient.  Roasted soayabeans and calcium soap were to increase supply by pas protein and fat to dairy cattle. Thus, organic mineral was to increase bioavailability of feed mineral to animal.  The objective of this study was to evaluate roasted soybean, mineral soap and organic mineral supplementation on milk quality of dairy cattle.  Twenty lactating Frisian Holstein cows (initial weight 361.4 ± 40.39 kg) were assigned into a randomized complete block design with 5 treatments and 4 blocks. The treatments were A: basal diet, B: A + roasted soybean, C: B + calcium soap of corn oil, D: C + calcium soap of corn oil, E: C + calcium soap of fish oil. The experimental diets were offered for 9 and 2 weeks preliminary. The results of the experiment showed that milk protein and lactose were not affected by diets.  Milk dry matter  of cows fed A, B, and D diets were higher (P<0.05) than those of fed C and E diets.  Milk fat of cows fed A,  B and D diets were higher (P<0.05) than those of  fed C and E diets. Milk density of cows fed B and E diets were higher (p<0.05) than those of fed A, C and D diets. Milk TPC of cows fed B diet were higher (0.05) than those of fed A, C, D, and E diets. It is concluded that milk quality especially milk protein and lactose concentration are not affected by roasted soyabeans, Ca-soap, and organic mineral. Calcium soap of fish oil and organic mineral decrease population of milk bacteria. Key Words: Calcium Soap, Organic Mineral, Roasted Soyabeans, Dairy Cattle, Quality Milk
Responses of milk quality to roasted soybeans, calcium soap and organic mineral supplementation in dairy cattle diets ., Adawiah; Sutardi, Toha; Toharmat, Toto; Manalu, Wasmen; ., Nahrowi
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 11, No 4 (2006): DECEMBER 2006
Publisher : Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development (ICARD)

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Milk quality is affected by feed nutrient either macronutrient or micronutrient.  Roasted soayabeans and calcium soap were to increase supply by pas protein and fat to dairy cattle. Thus, organic mineral was to increase bioavailability of feed mineral to animal.  The objective of this study was to evaluate roasted soybean, mineral soap and organic mineral supplementation on milk quality of dairy cattle.  Twenty lactating Frisian Holstein cows (initial weight 361.4 ± 40.39 kg) were assigned into a randomized complete block design with 5 treatments and 4 blocks. The treatments were A: basal diet, B: A + roasted soybean, C: B + calcium soap of corn oil, D: C + calcium soap of corn oil, E: C + calcium soap of fish oil. The experimental diets were offered for 9 and 2 weeks preliminary. The results of the experiment showed that milk protein and lactose were not affected by diets.  Milk dry matter  of cows fed A, B, and D diets were higher (P&lt;0.05) than those of fed C and E diets.  Milk fat of cows fed A,  B and D diets were higher (P&lt;0.05) than those of  fed C and E diets. Milk density of cows fed B and E diets were higher (p&lt;0.05) than those of fed A, C and D diets. Milk TPC of cows fed B diet were higher (0.05) than those of fed A, C, D, and E diets. It is concluded that milk quality especially milk protein and lactose concentration are not affected by roasted soyabeans, Ca-soap, and organic mineral. Calcium soap of fish oil and organic mineral decrease population of milk bacteria. Key Words: Calcium Soap, Organic Mineral, Roasted Soyabeans, Dairy Cattle, Quality Milk
EVALUASI RANSUM MENGANDUNG Indigofera zollingeriana TERHADAP ANAK KAMBING LEPAS SAPIH ., Suharlina; Astuti, D.A.; ., Nahrowi; Jayanegara, A.; Abdullah, L.
Pastura : Jurnal Ilmu Tumbuhan Pakan Ternak Vol 7 No 2 (2018): Pastura Vol. 7 No. 2 Tahun 2018
Publisher : Udayana University

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Penelitian bertujuan mengevaluasi nutrisi ransum mengandung Indigofera zollingeriana terhadap performaanak kambing lepas sapih. Desain percobaan menggunakan rancangan acak lengkap (RAL) dengan 4 perlakuanransum mengandung I.zollingeriana. Sebanyak 16 ekor anak kambing peranakan etawah (PE) betina lepassapih (14-21 kg) dipelihara selama 8 minggu.I. zollingeriana diformulasi dalam konsentrat R1, R2, R3, R4dengan proporsi masing-masing 0, 20, 40 dan 60% I. zollingeriana. Ransum diberikan berupa konsentratdan rumput gajah (RG), yaituI0 (75% R1 + 25% rumput gajah), I20 (75% R2 + 25% RG), I40 (75% R3 +25% RG), I60 (75% R4 + 25% RG).Peubah yang diamati adalah konsumsi dan kecernaan protein, utilisasinitrogen, nutrien darah, pertambahan bobot badan (PBB) harian dan efisiensi ransum. Data dianalisismenggunakan analisis ragam. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan konsumsi protein kasar I40 lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05)dibandingkan I0.Kecernaan bahan organik I20 lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05) dari I60.Kecernaan protein kasar I20dan I40 lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05) dibandingkan I0 dan I60. Total digestible nutrient ransum I0 dan I20 lebihtinggi (P&lt;0.05) dibandingkan I40 dan I60. Konsumsi N I0 lebih rendah (P&lt;0.05) dari I40. Retensi N I40lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05) dibandingkan I0 dan I60, sedangkan I20 lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05) dibandingkan I0. Netnitrogen utilization I20 dan I40 lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05) dibandingkan I0 dan I60. Konsentrasi total protein,albumin dan immonoglobulin G plasma darah anak kambing tidak berbeda. Kolesterol darah I40 dan I60lebih rendah (P&lt;0.05) I0 dan I20. PBB harian I20 lebih tinggi (P&lt;0.05) dibandingkan I0 dan I60. EfisiensiI20 berbeda (P&lt;0,05) dari ransum lainnya.Kata kunci: Indigofera zollingeriana, kambing perah,utilisasi nitrogen