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Nutrient Intake and Digestibility of Beef Cattle Fed with Ration Containing Soybean Pod Saepudin, Arief; Khotijah, Lilis; Suharti, Sri
Buletin Ilmu Makanan Ternak Vol 14, No 1 (2016): Buletin Makanan Ternak
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Soybean pod are potential as feed sources for beef cattle. They contain 5.5% crude protein, 35.4% crude fiber, acid detergent fiber 51.4%, and 12.9% lignin. The aims of this study was to analyze the optimal level of soybean pod utilization as Madura cattle ration and to asses its effect on intake and digestibility of nutrients. The study used 12 heads Madura cattle and kept in the individual cage for 90 days. The study used randomized complete block design with 4 treatments and 3 replications. The treatments were T0: grass only (negative control), T1: grass + concentrate with ratio 40:60 (positive control), T2: complete ration of 15% soybean pod, T3: complete ration of 30% soybean pod. Parameter observed were nutrient intake and digestibility. The results showed that the use of soybean pod up to 30% in ration significantly increased (P<0.05) nutrients intake and digestibility compared to the control ration (grass only) and similar with the used of grass + concentrate ration (positive control).  In conclusion, soybean pod have potency as feed sources and the use of soybean up to 30% in the complete ration have positive effect on intake and digestibility of nutrients.
Physical Quality of Magelang Duck’s Egg Fed Diet Containing Indigofera sp. and Lemuru Fish Oil Darmawan, Arif; Sumiati, .; Hermana, Widya
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The aim of this study was to study the effect of Indigofera sp. leaf meal and lemuru fish oil in rations on physical quality of Magelang duck’s egg. One hundred and eighty laying duks of 22 weeks old were randomly divided into 6 experimental units with 3 replications. The experimental design used was a factorial completely randomized design 3 x 2, the first factor was levels of Indigofera sp. leaf meal (0%, 5.5% and 11%) and the second factor was levels of lemuru fish oil (0% and 2%).  Parameters observed were egg weight, percentage of albumen weight, percentage of yolk weight, percentage of egg shell weight, egg shell thickness and yolk color. The result showed that the use 11 % of Indigofera sp. leaf meal or  2% of lemuru fish oil  increased  significantly (P<0.01) percentage of albumen weight and yolk color,  and reduced significantly (P>0.05) egg weight and  percentage of yolk weight.  The treatments had no significant effect (P> 0.05) on  percentage of egg shell weight and egg shell thickness.

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