L. Rahim
Laboratory of Animal Reproduction, Department of Animal Production, Faculty of Animal Science, Hasanuddin University

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THE INCIDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS IN A DAIRY HERD: A CASE STUDY IN SINJAI REGENCY Yusuf, M.; Rahim, L.; Hasbi, .; Aliah, N.
JURNAL ILMU DAN TEKNOLOGI PETERNAKAN Vol 2, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan Universitas Hasanuddin

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The objective of this study was to ascertain the incidence of reproductive disorders in a dairy herd. A total of 44 Holstein Friesian cows in a dairy herd were enrolled in the present study. Trans-rectal palpation of the uterine was performed to determine the consistency of uterine including contraction, elasticity, tonicity, symmetry of uterine horns, and the presence of any fluid in the uterus followed by the presence of any palpable ovarian structures. Cows that did not become pregnant during clinical examination were examined vaginoscopically. Data obtained in the present study were analyzed descriptively based on percentages and means. T-test was used to analyze the interval from calving to first artificial insemination (AI) between cyclic cows and cows with reproductive disorders. The results of this study showed that incidence of reproductive disorders was very high; 38.6%. Inactive ovaries, cyst, and endometritis were the most reproductive disorders suffering the dairy cows. These reproductive disorders subsequently reduced reproductive performance by prolonged interval from calving to first AI as well as interval from calving to pregnancy. Lower BCS of the cows were invented as the most prominent causes of this issue.
Genetic Diversity of Bali Cattle in Barru Regency Based on Phenotype Characteristics and Microsatelite DNA Identifier Mansur, M.; Mahmud, A. T. B. Astuti; Dagong, M. I. A.; Rahim, L.; Bugiwati, Rr. S.R. A.; Baco, S.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 4, No 3 (2016)
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Sapi Bali is one of Indonesia germplasm, which has great potential to be developed as a national meat suppliers. Barru regency, South Sulawesi province is one of the purification center of Bali cattle in Indonesia. This study aimed to determine the genetic characteristics of Bali cattle in Barru regency based on identification of phenotype qualitative (horn shape and color of feathers) and quantitative traits (body size), as well as the identifier of microsatellite DNA diversity, in particular HEL9 and INRA035loci. Bali cattle phenotype characterization was done by identifying the typical qualitative properties owned by Bali cattle, as well as a quantitative trait such as body weight, body length, chest circumference and height. Blood samples were collected from about 80 heads of Bali cattle (35 males and 45 females). Extraction of genomic DNA using a DNA extraction kit (GeneJet Genomic DNA Extraction). PCR technique was then used to amplify DNA in microsatellite HEL9 and INRA035loci. Genetic diversity was calculated based on the frequency of alleles and genotypes, observed heterozygosity (Ho), expectated heterozygosity (He) and the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. The results showed that the predominant form of horns in males were silak bajeg while the females were silak manggulgangsa, while the percentage of normal color pattern (typical of Bali cattle) was 92.5% and the color pattern deviates ie. 7.5%. In HEL9 locus, alleles found were A and B with only AB genotype(100%). While at the INRA035 locus,were found three alleles ie. A (0.4813), B (0.50) and C (0.0187), with the most common genotype were AB (0.96). Based on shape horn and feather color, the phenotype characteristic  of Bali cattle in the Barru regency were quite diverse, but the genetic diversity of DNA microsatellite observed quite low with only found two alleles (A and B) at HEL9 and 3 alleles (A, B and C ) at the INRA035 locus.
THE INCIDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS IN A DAIRY HERD: A CASE STUDY IN SINJAI REGENCY Yusuf, M.; Rahim, L.; Hasbi, .; Aliah, N.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 2, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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The objective of this study was to ascertain the incidence of reproductive disorders in a dairy herd. A total of 44 Holstein Friesian cows in a dairy herd were enrolled in the present study. Trans-rectal palpation of the uterine was performed to determine the consistency of uterine including contraction, elasticity, tonicity, symmetry of uterine horns, and the presence of any fluid in the uterus followed by the presence of any palpable ovarian structures. Cows that did not become pregnant during clinical examination were examined vaginoscopically. Data obtained in the present study were analyzed descriptively based on percentages and means. T-test was used to analyze the interval from calving to first artificial insemination (AI) between cyclic cows and cows with reproductive disorders. The results of this study showed that incidence of reproductive disorders was very high; 38.6%. Inactive ovaries, cyst, and endometritis were the most reproductive disorders suffering the dairy cows. These reproductive disorders subsequently reduced reproductive performance by prolonged interval from calving to first AI as well as interval from calving to pregnancy. Lower BCS of the cows were invented as the most prominent causes of this issue.
IDENTIFIKASI KERAGAMAN SIFAT KUANTITATIF KAMBING MARICA DI KABUPATEN JENEPONTO (Identifcation of Quantitative Characteristic Diversity of Marica Goat in Jeneponto District) Ashari, F.; Bugiwati, S.R. A.; Rahim, L.; Dagong, M.I. A.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 5, No 2 (2017)
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The research objective was to identify the population, spread characteristics, and quantitative characteristics  of Marica  goat  in  Jeneponto  district  in  order  to  get more  information  about  the morphological differences between the Marica goat and Kacang goat.   The beneft of this research was  to  attain  an  accurate  scientifc  data  on  the  population  of  spread  character  and  quantitative characteristic  of  Marica  goat.  The  outcome  of  the  research  can  be  utilized  as  references  for government, researchers, and goat breeders  in  the preservation of Marica goat. This research was done by sampling the Marica goats at and Kacang goat as a comparison. The body dimensions were measured on body length, withers height, chest depth, hip height, chest girth, chest width, hip width, leg length, and body weight. The result showed that the Marica goat was only found around high altitude areas. The male Marica goat at 3-4 years of age was not found anymore. The total population of Marica goats recorded was 20 heads, and all of Marica goats have similarity in body dimensions with Kacang goats  as  an  effect of uncontrolled breeding between Marica goat  and Kacang goat. This experiment showed that there were no pure breed of Marica goat at Jeneponto district which is existing now. The homogeneity percentage of existing Marica goat was high (CV<20%), therefore it is not recommended to do the selection in that population
Genetic Diversity of Bali Cattle in Barru Regency Based on Phenotype Characteristics and Microsatelite DNA Identifier Mansur, M.; Mahmud, A. T. B. Astuti; Dagong, M. I. A.; Rahim, L.; Bugiwati, Rr. S.R. A.; Baco, S.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 4, No 3 (2016)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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Sapi Bali is one of Indonesia germplasm, which has great potential to be developed as a national meat suppliers. Barru regency, South Sulawesi province is one of the purification center of Bali cattle in Indonesia. This study aimed to determine the genetic characteristics of Bali cattle in Barru regency based on identification of phenotype qualitative (horn shape and color of feathers) and quantitative traits (body size), as well as the identifier of microsatellite DNA diversity, in particular HEL9 and INRA035loci. Bali cattle phenotype characterization was done by identifying the typical qualitative properties owned by Bali cattle, as well as a quantitative trait such as body weight, body length, chest circumference and height. Blood samples were collected from about 80 heads of Bali cattle (35 males and 45 females). Extraction of genomic DNA using a DNA extraction kit (GeneJet Genomic DNA Extraction). PCR technique was then used to amplify DNA in microsatellite HEL9 and INRA035loci. Genetic diversity was calculated based on the frequency of alleles and genotypes, observed heterozygosity (Ho), expectated heterozygosity (He) and the Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium. The results showed that the predominant form of horns in males were silak bajeg while the females were silak manggulgangsa, while the percentage of normal color pattern (typical of Bali cattle) was 92.5% and the color pattern deviates ie. 7.5%. In HEL9 locus, alleles found were A and B with only AB genotype(100%). While at the INRA035 locus,were found three alleles ie. A (0.4813), B (0.50) and C (0.0187), with the most common genotype were AB (0.96). Based on shape horn and feather color, the phenotype characteristic  of Bali cattle in the Barru regency were quite diverse, but the genetic diversity of DNA microsatellite observed quite low with only found two alleles (A and B) at HEL9 and 3 alleles (A, B and C ) at the INRA035 locus.
THE INCIDENCE OF REPRODUCTIVE DISORDERS IN A DAIRY HERD: A CASE STUDY IN SINJAI REGENCY Yusuf, M.; Rahim, L.; Hasbi, .; Aliah, N.
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 2, No 1 (2012)
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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The objective of this study was to ascertain the incidence of reproductive disorders in a dairy herd. A total of 44 Holstein Friesian cows in a dairy herd were enrolled in the present study. Trans-rectal palpation of the uterine was performed to determine the consistency of uterine including contraction, elasticity, tonicity, symmetry of uterine horns, and the presence of any fluid in the uterus followed by the presence of any palpable ovarian structures. Cows that did not become pregnant during clinical examination were examined vaginoscopically. Data obtained in the present study were analyzed descriptively based on percentages and means. T-test was used to analyze the interval from calving to first artificial insemination (AI) between cyclic cows and cows with reproductive disorders. The results of this study showed that incidence of reproductive disorders was very high; 38.6%. Inactive ovaries, cyst, and endometritis were the most reproductive disorders suffering the dairy cows. These reproductive disorders subsequently reduced reproductive performance by prolonged interval from calving to first AI as well as interval from calving to pregnancy. Lower BCS of the cows were invented as the most prominent causes of this issue.