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Journal : Jurnal Peternakan Integratif

Performance Of Commercial Strains Chicken Given Commercial Based Feed Siregar, Deddy Rolan; Mirwandhono, Edhy; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Hanafi, Nevy Diana; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 1 (2018)
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Abstract. This research aimed to conclude the best combination of commercial strain and feed on broiler’s carcass. This research was conducted at Animal Husbandry Biology Laboratory, Departement of Animal Husbandry, Faculty of Agriculture, University of North Sumatera for 4 weeks from November until December 2016. This research used completely randomized design (CRD) factorial with 9 combined treatment and 3 replication. The treatment consists of A0B0, A0B1, A0B2, A1B0, A1B1, A1B2, A2B0, A2B1, A2B2. The observed parameters were cutting weight, carcass weight, and carcass percentage. The result showed that the average weight of broiler chicken ranged from 1829,50 – 1929,50 gram/head. The average of Carcass weight ranged from1424,75 – 1676,50 gram/head. And the average of carcass percentage ranged from 78,01 % - 87,98 %. This research conlude that the best combination is A1 and B0.
Forage Substitution with Media Plant White Oyster Mushroom Waste Fermented to Percentage of Local Sheep Carcass Tarigan, Rindu Awalia; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; ., Hamdan; Sembiring, Iskandar; Ginting, Nurzainah
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 1 (2018)
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RINDU AWALIA, 2018: “Forage Substitution with Waste Media for White Oyster Mushroom Planting Fermentation on Percentage of Carcass at Local Sheep”. Supervised by TRI HESTI WAHYUNI and HAMDAN. The study aimed to determine the percentage of carcass in local sheep given the waste of fermented white oyster mushroom growing media as an alternative feed, carried out in NamoTrasi Village, Pasar VIII, October - December 2017. Using local sheep the average initial weight was 9 ± 0.25 kg. The design used was a completely randomized design (CRD) with 4 treatments and 5 replications namely P0 = grass 60% + concentrate 40%. P1, P2, and P3 respectively are 45%, 30%, 15% grass, and fermented white oyster mushroom planting media waste 15%, 30%, 45% and 40% Concentrate. The results showed that the slaughter weight (kg / head) was: 13.67; 13,92; 13,81; and 13.78. Empty body weight (kg / tail): 8.98; 9,16; 9,10; and 9.01. Carcass weight (kg / head): 5.23; 5.40; 5,34; and 5.17. In the percentage of carcass (%): 58.12; 58.97; 58.52; and 57.33. So it can be concluded that the waste of fermented white oyster mushroom growing media can substitute forage as a feed for local sheep but cannot increase the percentage of carcass component. Keywords: Waste of white oyster mushroom planting media, fermentation, carcass, local sheep.
The Effect of Fermented Sago Pulp on Performances and Income Over Feed Cost (IOFC) Local Sheep Ritonga, Mustapa Zahri; ., Hasnudi; Sembiring, Iskandar; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; Hanafi, Nevy Diana
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 1 (2018)
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This study aims to determine the effect of fermented sago pulp in rations on performance (weight gain, feed consumption, feed conversion) and local sheeps income over feed cost (IOFC). This research was carried out in the community farms of Karang Rejo Village, Stabat District, Langkat Regency. This research started from March to June 2017. The design used was complete randomized design (RAL), with 4 treatment of 5 replications. Each replication consisted of 1 local sheep with an initial weight of 11.05 ± 0.56 kg. The treatment consisted of P1 (50% sago pulp without fermentation + forage), P2 (60% of sago pitch without fermentation + forage), P3 (50% fermented sago pulp + forage), and P4 (60% fermented sago pulp +). The observed variables were performance (body weight gain, feed consumption, feed conversion) and income over feed cost (IOFC). The results showed that the treatment of fermented sago pulp gave a very real effect (P <0.01) on daily weight gain. The mean of P1 = 33,05 g, P2 = 39,95 g, P3 = 46,57 g, P4 = 54,38g. The consumption of fermented sago pulp treatment has a real effect (P <0,01). With average P1 = 486,38 g, P2 = 548,68 g, P3 = 604,69 g, P4 = 671,11 gr. Against the conversion of fermented sago pulp fermentation treatment gave a real effect (P <0.05). With  average P1 = 14.78, P2 = 13.90, P3 = 12.99, P4 = 12,49. IOFC the highest local sheep is Rp. 121.568 on treatment of P4 and IOFC lowest at treatment P1 equal to Rp.73.315. The conclusion of the research shows that the utilization of fermented sago pulp can increase body weight gain, feed consumption, local sheep feed conversion. P4 treatment economically has a better economic level than P1,P2 and P3.
BUSSINESS ANALYSIS OF CASSAPRO UTILIZATION IN FEED ON KAMPONG CHICKEN IN MEDAN Lumbangaol, Denny Andriano; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Sembiring, Iskandar; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; Ginting, Nurzainah
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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This study aims to determine the feasibility and efficiency of the economic value of the business of raising livestock chicken with cassapro utilization in diet at various levels in chicken age 0-12 week. Research was held at Medan city in December 2015 to March 2016. Research using a survey method to determine the price of feed used in research. Cassapro flour consists of level 0% (P0), 10% (P1), 20% (P2), 30% (P3), 40% (P4). Parameters observed that the total cost of production, income, analysis of profit / loss, Revenue / Cost ratio (R / C ratio) and Income Over Feed Cost (IOFC) for a period of 3 months. The results showed that the average income (Rp/100head/3month) were the highest in treatment P3 (279,468.89) and the lowest profit in treatment P0 (234,395.64), the average R / C ratio was the highest in treatment P3 (1.44) and the lowest in treatment P0 (1.34), the average IOFC for 3 months were highest in treatment P3 (196.123) and the lowest in treatment P1 (136.401). The conclusion from this study indicate cassapro as a mixture of feed ingredients in ration to the level of 40% can provide benefits feasibility applied to the community
Analysis of Broiler Chicken Demand Influencing Factors in Pematangsiantar City Hajiis, Restu; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Mirwandhono, Edhy; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; ., Hamdan
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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Broiler chickens is a type of chicken that are able to grow and develop quickly.  In addition, broiler chicken is one of favourite source of meat. The purpose of  this research was to determined the affecting factors of demand of the broiler chicken meat demand in the Pematangsiantar city. The study was conducted in April-June 2018 using primary data. The method used in accidental sampling is respondent interview with purposive technique that  analyzed by Multiple Linear Regression using SPSS 22 application tool. The results showed that broiler chicken demand in Pematangsiantar city was influenced simultaneously by broiler price, age, family member, family income, egg price, appetite level, and education level with R² = 0,51. The price of broiler chicken meat, age and the number  of family members had a significant effected on the 95% confidence level.
Response of Fertilization with Goat Urine Fermentation Against the Growth of Leguminosa Indigofera (Indigofera zollingeriana) and Turi (Sesbania grandiflora) as animal feed ingredients in Samosir Regency Siagian, Sondang; Umar, Sayed; Ginting, Nurzainah; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; ., Hasnudi
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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The need for animal feed in Pangururan District, Samosir Regency is very lacking, and livestock waste is also a problem in the community environment, so the utilization of EM4 goat's urine waste is expected to increase the growth of Indigofera (Indigofera zollingeriana) and Turi (Sesbania grandiflora) legumes in appropriate doses. . This research was conducted in Pangururan Subdistrict, Samosir Regency, North Sumatra from April to August 2018. The research design used in this research was factorial randomized block design (RBD) which was divided into 2 treatment groups and 3 replications. The first factor is the type of plant (L), L1 = Indigofera zollingeriana and L2 = Sesbania grandiflora and the second factor is the dose of fertilization (P), P0 = without fertilization (Control), P1 = 200 ml / polybag, P2 = 250 ml / polybag, P3 = 300 ml / polybag, and P4 = 350 ml / polybag). Parameters observed were plant height, number of stalks, number of leaves, and stem diameter. The results showed that respons of liquid organic fertilizer of goat urine fermented by EM4 with various doses of fertilization had a significant effect on the parameters of the study, namely plant height, number of stalks, number of leaves, and stem diameter. The conclusion of this study is that fertilization with a dose of 200 ml / polybag gives optimal results in the growth of Indigofera (Indigofera zollingeriana) and Turi (Sesbania grandiflora) legumes.
ANALYSIS OF THE FACTORS AFFECTING PUBLIC BEEF CONSUMPTION IN PANDAN SUB-DISTRICT, CENTRAL TAPANULI DISTRICT Siregar, Ismail Fauzi; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; Tafsin, Ma'ruf; Umar, Sayed
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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Demands of animal foods from livestock (meat, eggs and milk) over time tends to increase in line with population growth, income, nutrition awareness, and improvement in education levels. But even though it has increased, the level of meat consumption of the Indonesian people is still categorized as very low. This study aims to determine the social and economic characteristics of households and analyze the factors that influence consumption of household beef in Pandan District. The analytical method used is descriptive analysis, namely by observing directly the social and economic conditions of the household, then using a questionnaire to obtain data on the socio-economic conditions of the household. The method of multiple linear regression analysis is used to analyze the factors that influence the consumption pattern of the household beef. The results of the study show that consumers of beef in Pandan Sub-district have different socio-economic characteristics, both in terms of education, age, number of family members and income. The socio-economic characteristics of beef consumers, namely education, age, number of family members and income significantly influence the amount of consumption simultaneously. Age, number of family members and income have a partial effect on the amount of beef consumption, while the education variable does not have a partial effect on the amount of beef consumption.
Marketing analysed of Kampung Chicken on the Traditional Market of Binjai City Sitanggang, Jun Benardo; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; Sembiring, Iskandar; Tafsin, Ma'ruf
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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This study aims to identify the characteristics of farmers, agents and retailers ofkampung chicken marketing, and kampung chicken marketing channels, marketing margins,farmer share, profit ratio, and cost of kampung chicken, as well as analysed the marketingefficiency of kampung chicken in Binjai City. This research was conducted in June 2018 -August 2018. The method used in data collection by using the Jenuh sampling (sensus), whilethe sample of breeders and other marketing institutions with search method. Data collection wascarried out using interview questionnaire techniques.Data analysis included marketing costs, marketing margins, farmer share and cost benefit ratioof each marketing channel. The results of this study indicate that there are two marketingchannels. The marketing margin on channel II shows margin Rp. 15.157,-. the farmer’s inchannel I 76.19% and ratio of profit Rp. 2.4 per kg on channel II. The marketing channel forkampung chicken in the Traditional Market of Binjai City is efficient.
Nutritional quality of milk curd by adding avocado extract (Persea americana, mill) using gombong bamboo (Gigantochloa verticilata) Pandiangan, Putri Theresia; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; ., Hamdan
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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Curd is a traditional fermented buffalo milk from West Sumatra.Fermentation in curd making occurs spontaneously, meaning thatfermentation occurs naturally without the addition of a starter. This studyaims to determine the nutritional content of cow milk curd with the additionof avocado extract (Persea americana, Mill) various levels using Gombongbamboo (Gigantochloa verticilata).This research was conducted at the Analogy and Physiology Laboratory ofthe Faculty of Agriculture, University of North Sumatra in November 2018-December 2018. The design used in this study was a completelyrandomized design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 4 replications. Theparameters analyzed were Protein, Fat, and pH. The results showed thatcow milk curd with the addition of avocado (Persea americana, Mill)extract various levels using Gombong bamboo (Gigantochloa verticilata)significantly had different effects on the nutritional value of protein, fat andpH. From the nutritional value studied, the highest protein: P1 7.57% withthe addition of avocado fruit extract (Persea americana, Mill) 6%, fataverage: P1 7.08% with the addition of avocado fruit extract (Perseaamericana, Mill) 6%, pH: P4 5.30% with the addition of avocado fruitextract (Persea americana, Mill) 24%.
Analysis of resource potential for cattle developing in Serdang Bedagai regency Iqbal, Muhammad; Mirwandhono, Edhy; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; Ginting, Nurzainah; Sembiring, Iskandar
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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High animal production especially meat is still need to fulfilled as demand is high.This research was conducted to analyze the availability of resources in Serdang BedagaiRegency in the context of cattle developing. The study was conducted from September 2017to January 2018. This study used a survey method, the first stage of stratification (stratifiedsampling) to the sub-districts in Serdang Bedagai Regency, the second stage took purposivesampling in three sub-districts namely Dolok Masihul District, Dolok Merawan and SeiRampah, the third stage was purposively sampling of 10 farmers from each of the subdistricts. The results of this study that livestock resources in Serdang Regency Bedagai stillhave great potential in developing beef cattle business seen from natural resources, humanresources, capital and technology.