Tasse, A. M.
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Performance of Kampong Chicken Fed Fermented Fish Meal With Different Fermenter Asnawar, Asnawar; Nafiu, La Ode; Tasse, A. M.
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Performance of Kampong Chicken Fed Fermented Fish Meal With DifferentFermenter 
The Using of Protected Fatty Acid Supplement to Improve Carcass Percentage of Broiler Chicken Auza, Fuji Astuty; Tasse, A. M.; Salido, W. L.; Napirah, A.
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The research was aimed to know the percentage carcass of broiler with rationsupplementation of protected fatty acid. The sample used in this research is 48 broiler chickensunsexed strain avian CP707 production of PT. Charoen Phokhpand Makassar divided in 12 plotsenclosure 1x1 meters. The design of this research is a Completely Randomized Design with 3treatments and 4 replications. The treatments were T0 = commercial ration BP-11, T1 = T0+3% drycarboxylate salt mixed (DCM), T2-T0+3% coconut oil hydrolisate. Variables measured were weightgain (kg), weight carcass (kg) and percentage carcass (%). Data were analyzed by variance analysisand continued by orthogonal contrast test. The conclusion showed that (1) ration withsupplementation 3% dry carboxy late salt mixed give result 2,00±0,04 kg weight gain, 1,34±0,05 kgweight carcass and 66,88±2,19% percentage carcass, (2) ration with supplementation 3% coconut oilhydrolisate give result 1,91±0,05 kg weight gain, 1,29±0,0,07 weight carcass and 67,28±2,29%percentage carcass, (3) ration with 3% supplementation of protected fatty acid cannot improveweight gain, weight carcass and percentage carcass broiler chicken.Key Words : Fatty Acid, Weight Gain, Weight Carcass, Percentage Carcass, Chicken Broiler
Chemical Composition of Broiler Chicken Breast Fed Ration with Supplementation of Protected Fatty Acid Fitrianingsih, Fitrianingsih; Tasse, A. M.; Sandiah, Natsir
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The experiment of protected fatty acid (PFA) supplementation in ration on chemical composition of breast broiler chicken was conducted in the field laboratory of Animal ScienceFaculty, Halu Oleo University. There were 48 broiler chickens, divided into 12 compartments stable.This experiment consist of 3 treatments were Control (100% commercial ration), DCM (+ 3% drycarboxylate salt mixture), COH ( +3% coconut oil hydrosilate), and 4 replication. The water content ofcontrol treatment was (70.5 ±1.0%), DCM (70.0 ± 0.0 %) and COH (71.5 ±1.0 %). Crude protein ofcontrol treatment was (18.26 % ± 0.38%), DCM (19.21±0.14%), and COH (18.37 ± 0.14 %). Etherextract content was 3.15 ±0.19 (control), 1.65 ± 0.13 (DCM) and 2.5 ±0.10 (COH). The data wasanalyzed by using contrast orthogonal test. The result showed that supplementation of 3 % ofprotected fatty acids in ration has significant effect (p<0.01)  on ether extract and ash broiler chickenbreast meat but has no significant effect (p>0.05) on water and the crude protein contents of broilerchicken breast meat at the age of 4 weeks old.Key Words: Chemical Composition, Protected Fatty Acid (PFA), Dry Carboxylate Salt Mixture (DCM), Coconut Oil Hydroxilase (COH)
The Effect of Storage Period on Chemical Composition of Hydrolized Feeds for Broiler Daoed, Denvy Meidian; Tasse, A. M.; Indi, A.
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The Effect of Storage Period on Chemical Composition of Hydrolized Feeds forBroiler
Komposisi Kimia dan Kualitas Fisik Daging Ayam Broiler Dimarinasi dengan Pasta Lengkuas pada Lama Penyimpanan Berbeda Nuraini, Nuraini; Tasse, A. M.; Hafid, H.; Toba, R. D. S.
Jurnal Ilmu Produksi dan Teknologi Hasil Peternakan Vol 6, No 2 (2018): Jurnal Ilmu Produksi dan Teknologi Hasil Peternakan
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The aim of this study is to know the chemical composition and physical qualities breast meat broiler which is marinated in 20% galangal juice. The method used completely randomized design with stroge period, Treatments O hour (To), 3 hours (T1), 6 hours (T2), and 8 hours (T3) and four replications. Each treatment used breast meat broiler (BMB) 100 grams. Variables included chemical composition (moisture and crude protein %) and physical quality (cooking loss). The data analysis used analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and Tukey’s test The results that stroge period 9 hours (T3) has significant effect of cooking loss percentage but does not have significant effect of moisture content and crude protein content. The conclusion that storage period longer can increase cooking loss percentage and cannot change Chemical composition breast meat broiler marinated with galangal juice.