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The effect of feeding gliricidia on reproductive and productive performances of Javanese Fat-tailed sheep ., Supriyati; Budiarsana, I.G.M; Saefudin, Yosep; Sutama, I. Ketut
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 1, No 1 (1995)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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The effect of feeding gliricidia on reproductive and productive performances of Javanese Fat-tailed (JFT) sheep was studied.Thirty-two 1FT ewe lambs (ahmtt 4-5 months of age and liveweight of 12-14 kg) were randomly divided into four treatment groups . They were given free access of King grass (Pennisetttnt putrtoreophoides) dan gliricidia (Gliricidia sepiwn, Jaeq) leaf with ratio 100:0% (Group A= control), 75 :25% (Group B), 50 :50% (Group C), and 0:100% (Group D) . All groups were suplemented with concentrate (GT03, Indofeed) at 1008/head/day. Forages were given 2 .5-3% (dry-matter) of liveweight . Results showed that feeding gliricidia 25-100% of the total forages increased dry matter intake by 5.3-19 .9% and crude protein 39 .3-142 .1 % . But NDF consumption decreased 36 .9-8 .4%. Higher nutrient intake was reflected into an increase in growth-rate which associated with an increase inovulation rate (16.7-116 .7%) and pregnancy rate. "Ova wastage" decreased markedly (33.4-50.3%) in the groups given gliricidia 50-100%, though coumarine (anti-nutrient) consumption increased to 40 .78/head/day . Lanths from the gliricidia supplemented groups grew faster and had heavier weaning weights than those of control group . It was rmu luded that feeding gliricidia up to 1(10% as forages and concentrate GT03 at 100g/head/day gave positive effect on growth-rate, relinxluclive and productive erformauces in the first breeding of JFT sheep. Key words: Sheep, gliricidia, reproduction
Productive and reproductive performances of young Ettawah-cross does Sutama, I. Ketut; Budiarsana, I.G.M; Setiyanto, H.; Priyanti, A.
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 1, No 2 (1995)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (454.671 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v1i2.14

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Productive and reproductive performances of 85 heads of Ettawah-cross (Peranakan Ettawah or PE) does at first breeding were studied at the Research Institute for Animal Production, Bogor . They were fed freshly-chopped King grass (Pennisetum put7xtreophoides) and corn-husk (2 :1) ad libitum and concentrate feed was given at a rate of 300 - 400 g/head/day . During the last month of the pregnancy and lactation period the amount of concentrate feed was increased to 500 - 700 g/head/day . Sixty-five does were in pre-pubertal stage and 86 .2% reached puberty at liveweights between 16 - 21 .8 kg (mean 18 .8 t 0 .4 kg) which is about 60% of mature liveweight . Oestrus without ovulation was found in 6% of the animals which has contributed on the relatively low conception rate (64 .7%) . A high pre-weaning mortality of kids born (37 .5 %) caused production inefficiency that suggests the challenge to improve management practices . Milk yield of PE does varied widely (0 .3 - 0 .8 kg/day), hence, there is a chance for improvement towards increasing milk production in Indonesia through well planned selection program. Key words: Goat, Ettawah-cross, reproduction, milk
Additional calcium carbonate into concentrate diet for sheep fed ensiled king grass as a based-diet Mathius, I-W; Lubis, D; Wina, E; Nurhayati, D.P; Budiarsana, I.G.M
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 2, No 3 (1997)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (689.664 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v2i3.64

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In order to ascertain the effect of additional calcium carbonate into concentrate diet, on the performance of sheep fed ensiled king grass as a basal diet, a trial was conducted using 28 growing sheep ( average body weight 17 _+ 1 .4 kg). Based on body weight, the animals were grouped and randomized into four dietary treatments in block randomized design . Dietary treatments were (i) chopped king grass + 400 g of concentrate, (ii) ensiled king grass + 400 g concentrate + 0 % of calcium carbonate, (iii) ensiled king grass + 400 g concentrate + 5 % calcium carbonate and (iv) ensiled king grass + 400 g concentrate + 10 % calcium carbonate . Results showed that offering 5 % of calcium carbonate into concentrate diet increased (P < 0 .05) dry matter and nutrient intake of silage, but digestibility coefficients were similar (P > 0 .05) for all groups . No differences in the apparent digestibility of the nutrient components were observed, but crude protein decreased significantly (P < 0 .05) . A significant relationship ( P < 0 .01) was found between nitrogen intake (NI) and nitrogen retention (NR), and the equation was  NR = - 0.1848 + 0.3788 NI ( r = 0.9 ) . Based on data found that feeding only ensiled king grass as a single diet could not meet the maintenance requirement of energy and protein, therefore, additional energy and crude protein sources is needed .   Keywords : Silage, king grass, growing sheep
Produktivitas dan Rantai Pasok Ternak Kambing dan Domba (KADO) Studi Kasus di Kabupaten Tegal (Productivity and Supply Chain Sheep and Goat A Case Studyin Tegal District) Budiarsana, I.G.M; Wibowo, Broto; Priyanto, Dwi
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak Universitas Padjadjaran Vol 16, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Padjadjaran

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Tujuan dari penelitian ini yaitu mendeskripsikan 1).kinerja dan pelaku rantai pasokternak kado, 2). menganalisis kelembagaan manajemen rantai pasok dan 3). menganalisis rantai nilai ternak kado di Kabupaten Tegal. Data yang digunakan terdiri dari data sekunder danprimer.Data primer diperoleh melalui metode survai mewawancarai para pelaku rantai pasok dengan menggunakan daftar pertanyaan tersetruktur, sedangkan data sekunder diperoleh dari instansi terkait yang terdiri dari data perkembangan populasi, produksi dan konsumsi.Data-data yang diperoleh dianalisis dengan menggunakan analisis B/C rasio, analisis kelembagaan dan analisis margin tataniaga, namun data yang bersifat kualitatif dianalisis secara deskriptif. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa terdapat 7 pelaku rantai pasok ternak kado yang diawali dari peternak selaku produsen, pedagang desa, belantik pasar, pedagang pengumpul, pedagang antar propinsi, pejagal dan pedagang sate, analisis kelembagaan menunjukkan bahwa lembaga pedagang pasar sangat  strategis  karena  mampu  sebagai  perantara  antara  penjual  dengan  pembeli.  Dengan analisis nilai rantai menunjukkan bahwa semua pelaku pasok memperoleh keuntungan sehingga dapat  disimpulkan  peternakan  kado  memberi  manfaat  bagi  perkembangan  ekonomi  suatu daerah.Kata Kunci : kelembagaan, ekonomi, domba dan kambing
The effect of feeding gliricidia on reproductive and productive performances of Javanese Fat-tailed sheep ., Supriyati; Budiarsana, I.G.M; Saefudin, Yosep; Sutama, I. Ketut
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 1, No 1 (1995)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (488.05 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v1i1.3

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The effect of feeding gliricidia on reproductive and productive performances of Javanese Fat-tailed (JFT) sheep was studied.Thirty-two 1FT ewe lambs (ahmtt 4-5 months of age and liveweight of 12-14 kg) were randomly divided into four treatment groups . They were given free access of King grass (Pennisetttnt putrtoreophoides) dan gliricidia (Gliricidia sepiwn, Jaeq) leaf with ratio 100:0% (Group A= control), 75 :25% (Group B), 50 :50% (Group C), and 0:100% (Group D) . All groups were suplemented with concentrate (GT03, Indofeed) at 1008/head/day. Forages were given 2 .5-3% (dry-matter) of liveweight . Results showed that feeding gliricidia 25-100% of the total forages increased dry matter intake by 5.3-19 .9% and crude protein 39 .3-142 .1 % . But NDF consumption decreased 36 .9-8 .4%. Higher nutrient intake was reflected into an increase in growth-rate which associated with an increase inovulation rate (16.7-116 .7%) and pregnancy rate. "Ova wastage" decreased markedly (33.4-50.3%) in the groups given gliricidia 50-100%, though coumarine (anti-nutrient) consumption increased to 40 .78/head/day . Lanths from the gliricidia supplemented groups grew faster and had heavier weaning weights than those of control group . It was rmu luded that feeding gliricidia up to 1(10% as forages and concentrate GT03 at 100g/head/day gave positive effect on growth-rate, relinxluclive and productive erformauces in the first breeding of JFT sheep.
Additional calcium carbonate into concentrate diet for sheep fed ensiled king grass as a based-diet Mathius, I-W; Lubis, D; Wina, E; Nurhayati, D.P; Budiarsana, I.G.M
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 2, No 3 (1997)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (689.664 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v2i3.64

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In order to ascertain the effect of additional calcium carbonate into concentrate diet, on the performance of sheep fed ensiled king grass as a basal diet, a trial was conducted using 28 growing sheep ( average body weight 17 _+ 1 .4 kg). Based on body weight, the animals were grouped and randomized into four dietary treatments in block randomized design . Dietary treatments were (i) chopped king grass + 400 g of concentrate, (ii) ensiled king grass + 400 g concentrate + 0 % of calcium carbonate, (iii) ensiled king grass + 400 g concentrate + 5 % calcium carbonate and (iv) ensiled king grass + 400 g concentrate + 10 % calcium carbonate . Results showed that offering 5 % of calcium carbonate into concentrate diet increased (P < 0 .05) dry matter and nutrient intake of silage, but digestibility coefficients were similar (P > 0 .05) for all groups . No differences in the apparent digestibility of the nutrient components were observed, but crude protein decreased significantly (P < 0 .05) . A significant relationship ( P < 0 .01) was found between nitrogen intake (NI) and nitrogen retention (NR), and the equation was  NR = - 0.1848 + 0.3788 NI ( r = 0.9 ) . Based on data found that feeding only ensiled king grass as a single diet could not meet the maintenance requirement of energy and protein, therefore, additional energy and crude protein sources is needed .   Keywords : Silage, king grass, growing sheep
Productive and reproductive performances of young Ettawah-cross does Sutama, I. Ketut; Budiarsana, I.G.M; Setiyanto, H.; Priyanti, A.
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 1, No 2 (1995)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (454.671 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v1i2.14

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Productive and reproductive performances of 85 heads of Ettawah-cross (Peranakan Ettawah or PE) does at first breeding were studied at the Research Institute for Animal Production, Bogor . They were fed freshly-chopped King grass (Pennisetum put7xtreophoides) and corn-husk (2 :1) ad libitum and concentrate feed was given at a rate of 300 - 400 g/head/day . During the last month of the pregnancy and lactation period the amount of concentrate feed was increased to 500 - 700 g/head/day . Sixty-five does were in pre-pubertal stage and 86 .2% reached puberty at liveweights between 16 - 21 .8 kg (mean 18 .8 t 0 .4 kg) which is about 60% of mature liveweight . Oestrus without ovulation was found in 6% of the animals which has contributed on the relatively low conception rate (64 .7%) . A high pre-weaning mortality of kids born (37 .5 %) caused production inefficiency that suggests the challenge to improve management practices . Milk yield of PE does varied widely (0 .3 - 0 .8 kg/day), hence, there is a chance for improvement towards increasing milk production in Indonesia through well planned selection program.