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Potential and utilization of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal as soybean meal substitution in laying hen diets Palupi, Rizki; Abdullah, Luki; Astuti, Dewi Apri; ., Sumiati .
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 19, No 3 (2014): SEPTEMBER 2014
Publisher : Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development (ICARD)

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The objective of this study was to determine the potential of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal to substitute soybean meal in poultry diet. One hundred and sixty laying hens of Isa Brown strain, at 30 weeks old were used in this study and kept in individual cages. A Randomized Completely Design was applied with four treatments and four replications. The treatments were four levels of soybean meal protein substitution by Indigofera sp shoot meal protein in the diets: The level were 0% (R0), 15% (R1), 30% (R2) and 45% (R3). Eggs were collected daily and were evaluated on: weight, shell, albumen, yolk, intensity of yolk and haugh unit. Results showed that the nutrients content of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal were crude protein 28.98%, crude fat 3.30%, crude fiber 8.49%, calcium 0.52% and phosphorus content was 0.34%. Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal contained a complete amino acids. The vitamin A and ß-carotene were high, i.e 3828.79 IU/100g and 507.6 mg/kg, respectively. It is concluded that Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal is potential to be used as an alternative source of protein. Substitute 45% soybean meal protein with Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal in laying hen diets increase egg quality and increase intensity of yolk colour to 55.88%.
Potential and utilization of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal as soybean meal substitution in laying hen diets Palupi, Rizki; Abdullah, Luki; Astuti, Dewi Apri; ., Sumiati .
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 19, No 3 (2014)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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The objective of this study was to determine the potential of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal to substitute soybean meal in poultry diet. One hundred and sixty laying hens of Isa Brown strain, at 30 weeks old were used in this study and kept in individual cages. A Randomized Completely Design was applied with four treatments and four replications. The treatments were four levels of soybean meal protein substitution by Indigofera sp shoot meal protein in the diets: The level were 0% (R0), 15% (R1), 30% (R2) and 45% (R3). Eggs were collected daily and were evaluated on: weight, shell, albumen, yolk, intensity of yolk and haugh unit. Results showed that the nutrients content of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal were crude protein 28.98%, crude fat 3.30%, crude fiber 8.49%, calcium 0.52% and phosphorus content was 0.34%. Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal contained a complete amino acids. The vitamin A and ß-carotene were high, i.e 3828.79 IU/100g and 507.6 mg/kg, respectively. It is concluded that Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal is potential to be used as an alternative source of protein. Substitute 45% soybean meal protein with Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal in laying hen diets increase egg quality and increase intensity of yolk colour to 55.88%. Key Words: Egg Quality, Soybean Meal, Nutrients, Indigofera sp Shoot Leaf Meal
Potential and utilization of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal as soybean meal substitution in laying hen diets Palupi, Rizki; Abdullah, Luki; Astuti, Dewi Apri; ., Sumiati .
Jurnal Ilmu Ternak dan Veteriner Vol 19, No 3 (2014): SEPTEMBER 2014
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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The objective of this study was to determine the potential of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal to substitute soybean meal in poultry diet. One hundred and sixty laying hens of Isa Brown strain, at 30 weeks old were used in this study and kept in individual cages. A Randomized Completely Design was applied with four treatments and four replications. The treatments were four levels of soybean meal protein substitution by Indigofera sp shoot meal protein in the diets: The level were 0% (R0), 15% (R1), 30% (R2) and 45% (R3). Eggs were collected daily and were evaluated on: weight, shell, albumen, yolk, intensity of yolk and haugh unit. Results showed that the nutrients content of Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal were crude protein 28.98%, crude fat 3.30%, crude fiber 8.49%, calcium 0.52% and phosphorus content was 0.34%. Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal contained a complete amino acids. The vitamin A and ß-carotene were high, i.e 3828.79 IU/100g and 507.6 mg/kg, respectively. It is concluded that Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal is potential to be used as an alternative source of protein. Substitute 45% soybean meal protein with Indigofera sp shoot leaf meal in laying hen diets increase egg quality and increase intensity of yolk colour to 55.88%.
Assessing the Effectiveness of Top Leaf Meal of Indigofera zollingeriana to Substitute Soybean Meal through Evaluation on Protein Quality and Metabolic Energy in Poultry Feed Palupi, Rizki; Sumiati, Sumiati; Astuti, Dewi Apri; Abdullah, Luki
Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry Vol 3, No 2 (2018): June 2018
Publisher : Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry

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This study aimed to evaluate protein quality of top leaf meal of Indigofera zollingerina based on its net protein utilization (NPU) as well as to evaluate its metabolizable energy. Fifty broiler chicks were used in determination of NPU while fifteen broiler strain Cobbs chickens aged 5 weeks were used for metabolizable energy measurement. This study used descriptive method in which data obtained were analyzed and compared to NPU and metabolizable energy of soybean meal. The results showed that top leaf meal of Indigoferazollingerinahad NPU of 38.58 – 46.98, which is 70.14% - 85-42% of that of soybean meal (55). Its metabolizable energy was 2791.12 kcal/kg and was 9.46% higher than that of soybean meal. As the NPU and metabolizable energy were close to those of soybean meal, top leaf meal of Indigoferazollingerinacan be used to substitute protein from soybean meal in poultry feed.
Effect of Indigofera zollingeriana Top Leaf Meal Supplementation as Natural Antioxidant Source on Production and Quality of Pegagan Duck Eggs Palupi, Rizki; Lubis, Fitri Novaliya; Rismawati, Rismawati; Sudibyo, Iwan; Siddiq, Ramadhan Al Rafi
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 4 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (4) NOVEMBER 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Animal Science, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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This study aims to produce Pegagan duck eggs which is high in antioxidants to be used as functional comestibles. Efforts to achieve these goals can be done by adding a source of natural antioxidants in the form of legume leaves of Indigofera zollingeriana which contain active compounds of β-carotene. The study used a completely randomized design (CRD) consisting of 5 treatments (4 replications each), which were levels of Indigofera zollingeriana top leaf meal supplementation (R0 = 0%, R2 = 1%, R2 = 2%, R3 = 3% and R4 = 4%) in Pegagan duck rations. The observed variables are production performance; egg quality, both physically and chemically. Physical quality includes egg weight, eggshell percentage, egg white weight percentage (albumen), and weight percentage of egg yolk and egg yolk color. The quality of egg chemistry includes the content of vitamin A, β-carotene, cholesterol, and antioxidant activity of eggs. The data obtained were analyzed by variance analysis, followed by the Duncan Multiple Range Test. The results showed that supplementation of Indigofera zollingeriana top leaf meal in rations could improve egg quality and contain antioxidants. Supplementation of Indigofera zollingeriana top leaf meal with a dose of 4% in rations can increase the color of the yolk by 43.40%, reduce the inhibition rate by 11.38%, with an increase in the content of β-carotene by 75.23% and can maintain normal cholesterol in eggs.