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HUBUNGAN ANTARA UKURAN-UKURAN TUBUH DENGAN BOBOT BADAN SAPI BALI BETINA PADA BERBAGAI KELOMPOK UMUR Niam, Hijriyatul Untsayaini Muharramatin; Purnomoadi, Agung; Dartosukarno, Sularno
Animal Agricultural Journal Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Volume 1, Nomor 1, Tahun 2012
Publisher : Animal Agricultural Journal

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengetahui keeratan hubungan antara ukuran-ukuran tubuh untuk pendugaan bobot badan pada sapi Bali betina. Penelitian ini dilaksanakan pada bulan Mei – Juli 2009, di Dinas Pertanian Kota Pangkalpinang, Propinsi Kepulauan Bangka Belitung. Materi yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah 20 ekor sapi Bali betina poel 1, 20 ekor sapi Bali betina poel 2, 20 ekor sapi Bali betina poel 3 dan 20 ekor sapi Bali betina poel 4. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode purposive sampling dengan pertimbangan jenis kelamin betina, tidak sedang bunting minimal 2 bulan, dan umur. Peralatan yang digunakan adalah timbangan ternak digital, tongkat ukur dan pita ukur. Variabel yang diamati meliputi bobot badan, lingkar dada, tinggi pundak, panjang badan dan lebar dada. Data yang diperoleh diolah secara statistik untuk menentukan koefisien korelasi (r), koefisien determinasi (R2) dan menentukan persamaan regresi sederhana sebagai persamaan penduga. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa nilai koefisien korelasi pada tiap umur memiliki keeratan yang berbeda-beda. Keeratan hubungan paling tinggi pada poel 1 sebesar 0,92 antara lingkar dada dengan bobot badan. Keeratan hubungan antara tinggi pundak dengan bobot badan pada poel 3 sebesar 0,65. Keeratan hubungan antara panjang badan dengan bobot badan pada poel 1 dan poel 3 sebesar 0,78. Keeratan hubungan antara lebar dada dengan bobot badan paling tinggi pada poel 2 sebesar 0,42. Secara keseluruhan ukuran tubuh yang memiliki nilai korelasi tinggi sebesar 0,92 adalah antara lingkar dada dengan bobot badan. Nilai korelasi (r) mendekati +1 menunjukkan adanya hubungan sangat kuat dan positif antara dua variabel. Kesimpulan yang diperoleh adalah hubungan antara bobot badan dengan ukuran-ukuran tubuh bervariasi menurut umur yang dinyatakan dengan poel dan nilai korelasi berkisar antara 0,15 hingga 0,92. Secara keseluruhan, lingkar dada memiliki keeratan yang lebih baik dibandingkan dengan tinggi pundak, panjang badan dan lebar dada.
Penampilan Produksi Sapi Peranakan Ongole dan Sapi Peranakan Ongole x Limousin yang mendapat Pakan Rumput Raja dan Ampas Bir Rianto, Edy; Iswaldi, Anna Sofia; Dartosukarno, Sularno
Caraka Tani: Journal of Sustainable Agriculture Vol 20, No 2 (2005): October
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

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An experiment was carried out to compare the performance of Grade Ongole (GO) and its crossing with Limousin (GL) bulls fed King Grass and brewery by-product. Four GO (weighed: 198.50 ± 38.04 kg) and four GL bulls (weighed: 248.84 ± 36,39 kg) were fed king grass and brewery by-product with ratio of 50:50. The amount of dry matter given was 3% of live weight. The parameters measured were feed intake, feed digestibility, liveweight gain (LWG) and feed conversion ratio (FCR). The Results the two breed were not significantly different (P>0.05) in parameters measured. Dry matter intakes of GO and GL were 2,59 and 2.52% of body weight, respectively. The dry matter disgestibilities were 50.98 in GO and 45.74 in GL. Liveweight gains of GO and GL were 0.74 and 0.88 kg/day, respectively. Feed conversion ratios in GO and GL were 8.49, respectively. It was concluded that GO and GL bulls had similar production performance.
Eating behavior of Ongole crossbred and Limousin crossbred steers fed fermented rice straw and concentrate Purnomoadi, Agung; Bela, Agustina Wonga; Dartosukarno, Sularno
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 8, No 4 (2003)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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A study on eating behavior of Ongole Crossbred (OC) and Limousin Crossbred (LC) steers (aged 9 months) fed fermented rice straw and concentrate has been carried out. Rice straw and concentrate were given in 60:40 ratio. Rice straw was fermented by commercial starter (BioP 2000 Z), while concentrate was composed of commercial concentrate and soybean pulp (by-product of soy-sauce industry). The diet was set to meet the dry matter (DM) requirement at 3.0% of liveweight. Eating behaviour was measured from 3 days continuously observation. Chewing number was accounted by halter equipped with tape-switch in jaw side and was recorded every 1/10 second in connected PC. The results showed that DMI of both OC (3.21 kg) and LC (4.18 kg) was similar, being 2.8% LW. However, chewing number of OC (133808 chews/d) was higher than that of LC (106353 chews/d). Chewing for eating and for rumination in OC (86995 and 46813 chews) was higher than of LC (67628 and 38725 chews). Chewing efficiency for eating in OC (0.041 g DMI/chew) was lower than that of LC (0.066 g DMI/chew). Similar tendency was observed in chewing efficiency for rumination that OC (0.080 g DMI/chew) was lower than that of LC (0.109 g DMI/chew). The conclusion is LC has a better chewing efficiency than of OC and it was pointed to different jaw size between OC and LC.   Key words: Chewing, Ongole, Limousin
Eating behavior of Ongole crossbred and Limousin crossbred steers fed fermented rice straw and concentrate Purnomoadi, Agung; Bela, Agustina Wonga; Dartosukarno, Sularno
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 8, No 4 (2003): DECEMBER 2003
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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A study on eating behavior of Ongole Crossbred (OC) and Limousin Crossbred (LC) steers (aged 9 months) fed fermented rice straw and concentrate has been carried out. Rice straw and concentrate were given in 60:40 ratio. Rice straw was fermented by commercial starter (BioP 2000 Z), while concentrate was composed of commercial concentrate and soybean pulp (by-product of soy-sauce industry). The diet was set to meet the dry matter (DM) requirement at 3.0% of liveweight. Eating behaviour was measured from 3 days continuously observation. Chewing number was accounted by halter equipped with tape-switch in jaw side and was recorded every 1/10 second in connected PC. The results showed that DMI of both OC (3.21 kg) and LC (4.18 kg) was similar, being 2.8% LW. However, chewing number of OC (133808 chews/d) was higher than that of LC (106353 chews/d). Chewing for eating and for rumination in OC (86995 and 46813 chews) was higher than of LC (67628 and 38725 chews). Chewing efficiency for eating in OC (0.041 g DMI/chew) was lower than that of LC (0.066 g DMI/chew). Similar tendency was observed in chewing efficiency for rumination that OC (0.080 g DMI/chew) was lower than that of LC (0.109 g DMI/chew). The conclusion is LC has a better chewing efficiency than of OC and it was pointed to different jaw size between OC and LC.   Key words: Chewing, Ongole, Limousin
Eating behavior of Ongole crossbred and Limousin crossbred steers fed fermented rice straw and concentrate Purnomoadi, Agung; Bela, Agustina Wonga; Dartosukarno, Sularno
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 8, No 4 (2003): DECEMBER 2003
Publisher : Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development (ICARD)

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A study on eating behavior of Ongole Crossbred (OC) and Limousin Crossbred (LC) steers (aged 9 months) fed fermented rice straw and concentrate has been carried out. Rice straw and concentrate were given in 60:40 ratio. Rice straw was fermented by commercial starter (BioP 2000 Z), while concentrate was composed of commercial concentrate and soybean pulp (by-product of soy-sauce industry). The diet was set to meet the dry matter (DM) requirement at 3.0% of liveweight. Eating behaviour was measured from 3 days continuously observation. Chewing number was accounted by halter equipped with tape-switch in jaw side and was recorded every 1/10 second in connected PC. The results showed that DMI of both OC (3.21 kg) and LC (4.18 kg) was similar, being 2.8% LW. However, chewing number of OC (133808 chews/d) was higher than that of LC (106353 chews/d). Chewing for eating and for rumination in OC (86995 and 46813 chews) was higher than of LC (67628 and 38725 chews). Chewing efficiency for eating in OC (0.041 g DMI/chew) was lower than that of LC (0.066 g DMI/chew). Similar tendency was observed in chewing efficiency for rumination that OC (0.080 g DMI/chew) was lower than that of LC (0.109 g DMI/chew). The conclusion is LC has a better chewing efficiency than of OC and it was pointed to different jaw size between OC and LC.   Key words: Chewing, Ongole, Limousin
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN VITAMIN B KOMPLEK TERHADAP PEMULIHAN FISIOLOGI, KONSUMSI PAKAN, DAN BOBOT BADAN KAMBING KACANG MUDA DAN DEWASA PASCA TRANSPORTASI Ramadhan, Apri Fendy; Dartosukarno, Sularno; Purnomoadi, Agung
MEDIAGRO Vol 13, No 1 (2017)
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The research aimed to assess the effect of vitamin B complex to the physiological, feed intake, and body weight recovery in Kacang goat after being transported. The materials used were 16 male Kacang goats which were divided into two age groups namely young and mature. The experimental design used in this research was a nested design two phases with two age groups, and Vitamin B complex nested at each age group which was given the feed without (T0) and with vitamin B complex (T1). Parameters observed were physiologic (heart rate, frequency of breathing and body temperature), feed intake and body weight gain. The results during transportation showed that the heart rate of T0 sheep was higher than of T1 (109 vs 96.5 beat/min; P<0.05), but the frequency of breathing and body temperature was not different (P>0.05) as well as physiologically between young and adult goats (P<0.05). The day required for recovery of heart rate, frequency of breathing, body temperature and feed consumption between the treatments were not different (P>0.05) as well as at between young and adult goats (P>0.05). Similar results were found in the day required for recovery of body weight in the T0 and T1, as well as in young and adult goats (P>0.05). The conclusion could be drawn from this study were vitamin B complex could reduce stress levels, but did not affect the day required for physiological recovery, feed intake and body weight in Kacang goats after 7 hours transportation. Keywords: Transportation, stress, Kacang goat, age, vitamin B Complex, recovery.