Henuk, Yusuf Leonard
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Marketing Efficiency of Chicken’s Egg in Binjai City, North Sumatra Pargita, Kiki; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Ginting, Nurzainah; Henuk, Yusuf Leonard; Mirwandhono, Edhy
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 2 (2018)
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The egg marketing by producers usually uses various marketing agencies so that chicken eggs will reach consumers. This process requires marketing costs to be used to perform marketing functions. Therefore, research is conducted to investigate the marketing channels, marketing institutions, marketing functions and investigate the marketing efficiency of chicken’s egg found in Binjai City. This research was conducted from July to August 2018. The method used in data collection is the withdrawal of a sample of retailers using the purposive sampling method, while the sample of farmers and other marketing institutions with snowball sampling. Data collection was done by interview technique using a questionnaire. Data analysis includes marketing costs, marketing margins, farme’r share and cost benefit ratio of each marketing channel. The results of this study indicate that there are two marketing channels. The smallest marketing margin is obtained by the second marketing channel, therefore the second marketing channel has the largest ratio of profit to cost. The biggest farmer's share is obtained in the second marketing channel, this channel only uses retailers as an intermediary channel. So it can be concluded that the second channel is the most efficient channel because it has the smallest cost and the profit is spread evenly across all the marketing institutions that play a role.
Analysis of the Factors that Influence the Mud Farmer Income in Sorkam Barat Subdistrict,Tapanuli Tengah District Pasaribu, Sandry Lanovela; Henuk, Yusuf Leonard; ., Hasnudi; Sembiring, Iskandar; Ginting, Nurzainah
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 3 (2018)
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Buffalo cattle are one of the commodities that function as a source of animal protein for the community, as savings, additional income, as labor and manure can be used as fertilizer while providing a source of profit / income for farmers.The purpose of the study was to determine the income of mud buffalo farmers and the factors that influence income in the West Sorkam District, Tapanuli Tengah District. The study was conducted in May-August 2018 using primary data. The method used in data collection is interviewing respondents with the Census Method and analyzed with Multiple Linear Regression using SPSS 16 application tools. The results showed that the income of mud buffalo farmers in West Sorkam District was influenced simultaneously by the business scale, breeders' age, farmer experience, the number of family and labor dependents with R square valued at 0.986 (98%). The results of the study showed that the business scale and the number of workers gave a significant influence (P <0.05) on the income of mud buffalo farmers. The income of buffalo farmers in West SorkamSubdistrict is diverse, with the smallest income being Rp. 370,000/ year with a scale of 2 cattle and the largest is Rp. 68,805,000/ year with a livestock business scale of 47 tails.
Utilization of Fermented Corn Cobs Flour in a Pellet-Shaped Ration AgainstMale Local Rabbit Carcasses (Oryctolagus cunniculus) Off Wean Baskoro, Agung; Daulay, Armyn Hakim; Mirwandhono, Edhy; ., Yunilas; Henuk, Yusuf Leonard
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 6, No 3 (2018)
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Rabbits are livestock that can be used as a source of animal protein and have the potential to have meet national meat needs. Further development is needed whit good quality feed and affordable prices. The study aimed to evaluate feed containing corn cobs which were fermented by MOIYL against carcasses in local rabbits. The study was conducted in Bandar Klippa Deli Serdang Village, North Sumatra Province, in January - March 2018. This study used 20 local rabbits with initial weights of 404.4 ± 9.14 grams and experimental designs using a completely randomized design (CDR), which consisted from 4 treatments and five replications. The treatment consisted of P0 = unfermented ration, P1 = 10%, P2 = 20%, and P3 = 30%. The variables measured were cut weight, carcass weight, and carcass percentage. The results showed that corn cobs fermentation with probiotics MOIYL had a significant effect (P <0.01) and not significant (P> 0.05), increasing corn cobs fermented by MOIYL to a level of 30% increasing slaughter weight and carcass weight, but does not increase the percentage of carcass.
Effect of Rabbit Production Factors on Revenue of Rabbit Farmers in Berastagi District, Karo Regency Bayu, Muhammad; Umar, Sayed; ., Hasnudi; Ginting, Nurzainah; Henuk, Yusuf Leonard
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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The aim of this research was to investigate the influence of rabbitproduction factors on rabbit farmers income in the District of Berastagi Regency ofKaro which include Litter Size, Sum of Wean, Sum of Deaths, Feed Cost and Sum ofLabor; and knowing rabbit business in District of Berastagi Regency of Karo isdeserves to be forwarded. The research method used census method done twice for twomonths to take as many as 48 respondent farmers. Factor analysis was obtained byregression analysis while business feasibility obtained by Revenue Cost Ratio (RatioR/C), Benefit Cost Ratio (Rasio B/C) and Break Event Point (BEP) analysis. Theresults showed that the factor affect rabbit farmers income were Sum of Deaths andSum of Labor. Financial analysis of rabbit farmers were R/C=5,61, B/C=4,24, PriceBEP=Rp 9.875 dan Production BEP=22 pieces. It conclude that the factor affect rabbitfarmers income were Sum of Death and Sum of Labor. Rabbit business is profitableand feasible to conduct.
Chemical scarification using kno3 to increase seed germination and early growth of Indigofera zollingeriana Simbolon, Erwandi; Wahyuni, Tri Hesti; Hanafi, Nevy Diana; ., Hamdan; Henuk, Yusuf Leonard
Jurnal Peternakan Integratif Vol 7, No 1 (2019)
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Indigofera zollingeriana as animal feed contain high protein and a goodalternative source of feed for livestok. In North Sumatera Province, now adaysIndigofera has been introduced to livestockers. This study aims to determine theeffect of scarification by soaking KNO3 (potassium nitrate) on seed germination andearly growth of Indigofera zollingeriana. This research was carried out at AnimalProduction Laboratory; Animal Husbandry Study Program, Faculty of Agriculture,University of North Sumatra Jl. A. Sofyan No. 3 Medan, which began from November2018 to January 2019. The design used was a factorial completely randomized design(RAL) with 12 combination factors, each of which contained 3 replications where eachreplication contained 15 seeds of Indigofera zollingeriana. The treatment consisted of2 factors, namely the K factor = KNO3 concentration, K0 = control, K1 = 4 g / l, K2 =8 g / l, K3 = 12 g / l repeatedly, and L factor = soaking time, L1 = 4 hours, L2 = 8hours, L3 = 12 hours .The results showed that the administration of KNO3 and soaking time on Indigoferazollingeriana seeds had a significant effect on the percentage of sprouts, sprout height,and growing power. The conclusion of the use of KNO3 with levels of 4 grams and 8grams has a positive impact on the percentage of germination and height of indigoferazollingeriana and the duration of 12 hours immersion in the seeds of indigoferazollingeriana also gives a positive effect on the percentage of sprouts and sproutheight, and the best percentage of growth is on the use of 8 grams of KNO3 with 8hours of soaking time.