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KONSUMSI AIR MINUM SERTA KONSUMSI DAN KECERNAAN BAHAN KERING PAKAN KELINCI LOKAL YANG MENDAPATKAN HIJAUAN BERBEDA

AGRISAINS Vol 17, No 3 (2016)
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One strategis to provide feed in developing rabbits in the dry areas is utilising forage that are able to survive in during dry season. This experiment was aimed to examine the use of different forages on water intake, feed intake and digestibility of local rabbit. The experiment employed  20 male local rabbits, consentrate feed 2% of live weight and forage ad libitum, metabolisme cages and also supporting equipments. The experiment design used was randomised block design, which consisted of 4 treatments and 5 replicates. The dietary treatments were P1 (MO) = Moringa oleifera, P2 (LL)= Leucaena leucocephala, P3 (DV)= Desmanthus virgatus, and P4 (TI)= Tamarindus indica.The result showed that  different forage affected very significantly (P<0.01) feed intake. However, treatment did not affect significantly (P>0,05) water intake and feed digestibility of local rabbit. It was concluded the best forage for local rabbit is Desmanthus virgatus.Key words: Drink water, Digestibility, Consumption, Forage, Local rabbit

PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN FERMENTASI KULIT BUAH KAKAO DALAM KONSENTRAT TERHADAP PERTAMBAHAN BOBOT BADAN DOMBA LOKAL

AGRISAINS Vol 6, No 3 (2005)
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An experiment was done to study the effect of fermented cocoa pod shell flour on body weight, dry matter consumption, and feed efficiency of local sheep. The fermented flour was mixed in concentrate given to the sheep. Details of the feed ration were as follows : i) 0% fermented cocoa pod shell flour (CPSF) in concentrate + maize silage (ad-libitum), ii) 10% fermented CPSF in concentrate + maize silage (ad-libitum), iii) 20% fermented CPSF in concentrate + maize silage (ad-libitum). The was indications that the fermented CPSF concentration gave significant effect on feed efficiency (P=0,01). Higher concentration of fermented CPSF tended to be followed by higher body weight, dry matter consemption and feed efficiency. Key words : Cacao skim flour fermentation, concentrate and feed efficiency.

PERFORMANPERTUMBUHANAYAMPEDAGING DENGAN PENGGUNAAN LUMPUR SAWITFERMENTASI DALAM RANSUM

AGRISAINS Vol 17, No 1 (2016)
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Palm sludge is a by-product of the palm oil processing that is quite numerous and still contains nutrients that can be utilized as an alternative feed ingredient for poultry. However, high crude fiber content resulted in the utilization of alternative feed ingredients for poultry is limited. The fermentation process can increase nutritive value of the palm sludge. This research aimed to study the use effect of the fermented palm sludge (FPS)in the ration on the growth performance of broiler. The research has been conducted in the animal teaching farm of theAnimal Husbandry Faculty starting from October 9th to November 13th, 2013 using 80 DOCs (day old chickens) produced by PT. Satwa Utama Raya, Makassar. Those DOCswere raised in the 20 cages that each has a size of 60x60x90 cm. Each cage was placed by buckets of ration and drinking water. A complete randomizeddesign was used in this research with 5 treatments and 4 replications.  The treatments were R0 (ration without FPS), R1 (ration with 2.5% FPS), R2 (ration with 5.0% FPS), R3 (ration with 7.5% FPS), R4 (ration with 10.0% FPS). The research parameters were feed consumption, body weight gain, and feed conversion.The result showed that treatments affected non-significantly (P>0.05) on the three observed variables. It was concluded that the fermented palm sludge still can be used up to 10% in the broiler’s ration.Key words: broiler, fermented palm sludge, growth performance