Rastina, Rastina
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1. Estimation of Dog Population and Owner Knowledge Toward Rabies Risk of Dog in Padang Ganting Sub-district Rahmah, Taufikah; Ferasyi, T Reza; Razali, Razali; Hambal, Muhammad; Rastina, Rastina; Rusli, Rusli
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 11, No 1 (2017): J. Med. Vet.
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The aim of this research was to calculate an estimated population of dogs, dog population ratio comparison against their area, the household, the number of owners, and the gender as well as to find out the level of knowledge towards risk of rabies to dog owners at Jorong in Padang Ganting Sub-district. The respondents were the people at 4 jorong Padang Ganting Sub-district who kept the dogs at home and willing to be interviewed. This research was conducted in the form of field surveys. Data was collected by interviewing people who rose the dogs using a form and a structured questionnaire. Data retrieval was composed of secondary and primary data. Secondary data was taken from the animal husbandry and fisheries at Tanah Datar district. Data were analyzed using descriptive methods. The results showed that the population of dogs at 4 ellipse were the ellipse Koto Gadang Hilir, Koto Alam, Koto Gadang, Rajo Dani were 140, 117, 124, 115. There were any differences between the number of households with dog owners, the number of households with dogs, the number of dogs with owners dogs, and area with dogs, male and female dogs, a male dog with dog owners, a female dog with dog owners. Respondents generally maintained more than one dog with rearing cages. The purpose of maintenance dog was a hunting dog and gave the vaccination. From this research, also known the knowledge of the owner to the risk of rabies at Padang Ganting Sub-district and good in categories
11. Study of Beef Consumer Consideration Based On the Concept of Halal and Economic Factors in Butchery of Lambaro, Aceh Besar Nuhraini, Fuji; Ferasyi, Teuku Reza; Rastina, Rastina; Ismail, Ismail; Nurliana, Nurliana; Razali, Razali
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 12, No 1 (2018): J. Med. Vet.
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This study was aimed to determine the basic consideration of consumers based on halal and economic factors in beef markets (butchery) at Lambaro, Aceh Besar. A survey approach was used in this research through interview of respondents using structured questionnaire. The respondents were selected randomly from consumers purchased beef. The criteria of respondents were Muslim, aged≥ 20 years and purchased beef in the study location. The data obtained were analyzed descriptively. A number of 90 respondents were interviewed in this survey. The results showed that most of the consumers concerned about the halal aspect. Furthermore, a number of consumers stated that they expect for halal certificate available on the butchery. This is intended to increase consumer’s confidence on halal status of beef. Then, the economic factor also influenced the consumer’s choice for halal beef.
21. Physical Quality and Organoleptik of Beef Added with Curry Leaf (Murraya koenigii) Infuse Murliana, Baida; Rastina, Rastina; Ismail, Ismail; Nurliana, Nurliana; TR, T. Armansyah; Aliza, Dwinna
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 12, No 2 (2018): J. Med. Vet.
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The aims of this research were to compare the physical charateristic of meat with or without the addition of curry leaf and to find out the organoleptic of meat added with curry leaf. This research used complex randomized design method. 500 grams beef sample were cut into square-shape at 2x2x2 cm  and divide into 3 groups and  then added a curry leaf infuse with different concentration of 0%, 25%, and 50%. Then, the meat was boiled at 70-80oC for 45 minutes. The parameters observed were pH, water holding capacity, cooking loss, and organoleptic (colour, taste, and aroma). The result showed that the use of curry leaf infuse in various concentration did not have significant effect on pH, water holding capacity, and cooking lost, but significantly effect (P<0,05) on organoleptic value. Fresh meat that was added the curry leaf infuse 50% was well-liked for the colour, taste, and aroma  compare to the meat without the addition of curry leaf infuse.
16. The Effect of Indigofera sp. Leaf on the Protein Level of Rabbit Meat (Orictolagus sp) Iqwal, Yuza Al; Rastina, Rastina; Harris, Abdul; Ferasyi, T. Reza; Azhar, Al; Akmal, Muslim
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 12, No 2 (2018): J. Med. Vet.
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This study aimed to determine the effect of Indigofera sp. leaf to increase protein content of rabbit meat (Origtolagus sp). This study used a complete randomized design, consisted of 3 treatments and 3 replications. The samples were nine local male rabbits aged two months. P0 was control group which was given commercial feed, P1 was given 80% commercial feed and 20% Indigofera sp. pellet leaf, and P2 was given 70% commercial feed and 30%  Indigofera sp. pellet leaf. The feeding and drinking was conducted at 07:00 to 08:00 am and at 04:00 to 05:00 pm ad libitum. Protein content was measured using Kjeldahl method after eight weeks of treatments. The data was analyzed using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) with SPSS v16.0 for Windows. The results showed that mean value (±SD) of meat protein for P0, P1 and P2 were 18.79+0.81%, 19.40+0.33% and 20.88+0.74%, respectively. We can conclude that the leaves of Indigofera sp. was highly significant (P<0,01) in increasing protein level of rabbit meat at a concentration of 30%.
17. Effect of Fermented Moringa leaf (Moringa oleifera) powder in Feed To Increase Broiler Carcass Weight Manihuruk, Feri Hardiansah; Ismail, Ismail; Rastina, Rastina; Razali, Razali; Sabri, Mustafa; Zuhrawati, Zuhrawati; Jalaluddin, Muhammad
Jurnal Medika Veterinaria Vol 12, No 2 (2018): J. Med. Vet.
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (568.311 KB) | DOI: 10.21157/j.med.vet..v12i2.4274

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This study aimed to determine the effect of fermented kelor leaves (Moringa oleifera) flour as additive in animal feed to increase the weight of boiler carcass. The samples used were 28 DOC strain Cobb CP-707 aged 1 day. This study was conducted using one way pattern complete randomized design with 4 treatments and 7 replications. Control group (P0) was fed with commercial feed; P1 was given 5% fermented kelor leaves flour;  P2 was given 7,5% fermented kelor leaves flour; and P3 was given 10% concentration of fermented kelor leaves flour. Feed replacement was conducted on 08.00 am and 5.00 pm everyday, and water was given ad libitum. Chemical content of flour before and after fermented was analyzed at Research Centre of Biotechnology and Biological Resources, IPB. Body weight measurement was carried out at Veterinary Public Health Laboratorium. Data were analyzed using ANOVA with SPSS 16.0. Mean value (±SD) of carcass weight for P0, P1, P2, and P3 were 938,71±180,83, 1011,86±101,64, 1010,71±126,69, and 907,43±190,35, respectively. This study showed that adddition of fermented kelor leaves flour for 21 days did not affect (P>0,05) the weight of broilers carcass.