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PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN CORN DRIED DISTILLERS GRAINS WITH SOLUBLES DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP PERFORMAN PUYUH JANTAN Widyatmoko, Hestu; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal; (Wihandoyo), Wihandoyo
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Feeding trial were conducted to study the effect of the use of corn dried distillers grains with solubles (DDGS) in the diets on growth performance of male coturnix. One hundred and twenty male coturnixs were allotted into four dietary treatments containing 0, 10, 20 and 30% DDGS respectively in a Completely Randomized Design. Each treatment was replicated eight times. Feed and water were provided ad libitum. The variables observed were feed intake, average daily gain and feed conversion ratio. The data were analyzed using 0ne Way of analyses of variance (ANOVA). The result indicated that there was no effect of DDGS on the feed intake, average daily gain and feed conversion ratio. It could be concluded that DDGS can be used up to 30% in the diets of male coturnix.Keywords: Growth performance, Corn-DDGS, Male coturnix)
ANALISIS FENOTIP DAN GENETIK AYAM TOLAKI PADA MASA PERTUMBUHAN Badaruddin, Rusli; Sidadolog, Jafendi Hasoloan Purba; Yuwanta, Tri
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Tolaki chicken is a local chicken of Konawe, South Konawe, outh-East Sulawesi. This study was aim to identifythe phenotype and genotype of Tolaki chickens in the growth stage. The data were collected from 5 of mating groups between 5 roosters and 15 hens. Every group consisted of 1 and 3 head and produced 144 chicks (78 males and 66 females). The feed was given ad-libitum. Data collection included the phenotype characteristic and body weight of 0 until 12 weeks ages. The data were analyzed using ANOVA with Nested (hierarchical structure) design to obtain thecomponents of variance. The components of variance were used for estimating genetic parameters especially the heritability of the growth phase of Tolaki chicken. The results indicated that the growth of male chicken was faster than a rooster chicken. The heritability of growth trait based on the sire variance component (ĥ2 s) was high and had positive value at 0 to 12 weeks age.(Keywords: Chicken Tolaki, Genotype, Growth, Heritability, henotypes)
ESTIMASI NILAI HERITABILITAS BERAT LAHIR, SAPIH, DAN UMUR SATU TAHUN PADA SAPI BALI DI BALAI PEMBIBITAN TERNAK UNGGUL SAPI BALI (Kaswati), Kaswati; (Sumadi), Sumadi; Ngadiyono, Nono
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The study was conducted to estimate heritability (h2) of birth eight, weaning weight and yearling weight of Bali Cattle at Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggul (BPTU) Sapi Bali. This study used pedegree record including birth weight, weaning weight and yearling weight (365 days) from 2006 to 2009 years. The recording of pedigree were collected from 150 Bali calves which inherited from the crossing between 9 bulls and 150 dams. The estimation of heritability were analysed by Paternal Halfsib Correlation method. The results indicated the heritability of birth weight, weaning weight and yearling weight were 0.85±0.44; 0.51±0.32 and 0.54±0.32 respectively. Inconclusion, heritability of birth weight, weaning weight and yearling weight of Bali Cattle at BPTU Sapi Bali remain in high level.(Key words: Bali cattle, Birth weight, Heritability, Weaning weight, Yearling weight)
PENGARUH PENAMBAHAN TEPUNG KUNYIT (Curcuma domestica Valet) DALAM PAKAN TERHADAP PARAMETER HEMATOLOGI DARAH PUYUH (Coturnix-coturnix japonica) PEDAGING Napirah, Astriana
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Turmeric (Curcuma domestica Valet) is a plant that has a numerous used as feed additive belonging to phytobiotic group on broiler chicken. Turmeric contains curcumin, an active substance which is able to stimulate poultry immunity. This experiment was done to study the effect of turmeric as phytobiotic feed additive on quail blood profile. One hundred and twenty eight quails were grouped into 4 treatments with 4 replications based on completely randomized design. Diet used contain 24% crude protein and 2,900 kcal/kg metabolizable energy. The treatments were R0 (basal feed + 0% turmeric meal), R1 (basal feed + 0.1% turmeric meal), R2 (basal feed + 0.5% turmeric meal) and R3 (basal feed + 1.0% turmeric meal). Parameters measured were quail blood profile included erithrocyte and leucocyte count, haemoglobin (Hb), hematocrite, total plasma protein, lymphocyte, monocyte and neutrophil count. Data obtained during 42 days experiment was analyzed using analysis of variance based on completely randomized design and continued using least significant difference test. Turmeric meal did not affect the erythrocyte count,hematocrit, Hb and total plasma. Feeding turmeric gave a significant effect on leucocyte, neutrophil, lymphocyte andmonocyte count. Addition 1.0% of turmeric meal in quail feed showed the lowest neutrophil percentage (P<0.05), indicated antibacterial activity of curcumin contained in turmeric. The application of turmeric meal up to 1.0% in quail feed showed immunomodulatory activity by decreased neutrophil percentage and stimulated monocyte proliferation in quail blood.(Key words: Turmeric, Quail, Blood profil)
PENGARUH PERBEDAAN KADAR KALSIUM HIDROKSIDA DAN PENAMBAHAN AIR TERHADAP KOMPOSISI KIMIA DAN KECERNAAN IN VITRO DAUN KELAPA SAWIT Anjalani, Ria; Budhi, Subur Priyono Sasmito; Hartadi, Hari
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This study was conducted to observe the effects of calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) and moisture level of soakedcrude palm leaves on its chemical composition and in vitro digestibility. Level of Ca(OH)2 which used and moisture content which added for soaking process in this study were 0, 3, 6% (w/w) and 40, 50, 60% (w/w), respectively, on DM basis. This study was arranged in Complete Randomized Design using 3x3 factorial arrangements, with 3 replications. All significant results were then analysed with Duncan’s new Multiple Range Test. After treatment, oil palm leaves were placed in polyethylene plastic bag and stored for 21 days. Result showed the DM, OM, CP, CF, EE, NFE, NDF and ADF of palm leaves after treated were 37.89-59.52%, 87.83-92.96%, 8.32-9.84%, 35.91-40.63%, 5.98-7.47%, 34.66-40.06%, 64.74-75.39% and 46.56-59.32%, respectively. The IVDMD and IVOMD of palm leaves were 19.26-29.55% and 19.91-28.26%. Level of Ca(OH)2 and moisture content affected the chemical composition of palm leaves, but have no effect on its digestibility. The less effectiveness of Ca(OH)2 as a single treatment, caused by the low level of Ca(OH)2 and short time of treatment periode on palm leaves. Ca(OH)2 level of 6% and 40% moisture content was given the best results in this study. (Key words: Crude palm leaves, Ca(OH)2, Moisture content, In vitro digestibility)
EFFECT OF RESIDUAL ROCK PHOSPHATE AND BIOFERTILIZERS (RHIZOBIUM AND BIOPHOSPHATE) AND THEIR COMBINATIONS ON THE PRODUCTIVITY OF Stylosanthes guianensis CIAT 184 Amakali, Johanna Lucia; Soetrisno, Djoko; Budhi, Subur Priyono Sasmito
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The purpose of this research was to evaluate the agronomic effectiveness of rock phosphate, biological fertilizers (Rhizobium and bio-phosphate) and their combinations on dry matter (DM) production, nutrient content and in vitro dry matter digestibility (IVDMD) of Stylosanthes guianensis CIAT 184. This research was conducted at Forage and Pasture Laboratory, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia from February – October 2010. A strip plot design which consisted of two fertilizer factors with three (3) replicates was used. The first factor was the horizontal factor and consisted of four levels of biological fertilizers (Rhizobium and bio-phosphate) namely: M0 = control, M1 = Rhizobium (0.5 g/plot), M2 = bio-phosphate (0.6 g/plot) and M3 = combinations of Rhizobium and bio-phosphate. The second factor was the vertical factor and consisted of three levels of rock phosphate, namely: P0 = control, P1 = 250 kg/ha (32.5 P kg/ha) and P2 = 500 kg/ha (65 P kg/ha). Defoliation was carried out every three months for 9 months. Results of the study showed that there was no significant difference in DM production (kg/ha) amongst treatments. Although the current research showed no significance difference amongs the treatments, DM production increased in the 2nd harvest (12.3%) and 4th harvest (7.1%) between P0 and P1. Combinations treatment P1M2 (21073.63 kg/ha) had the highest average DM production amongs treatments. Statistical analysis followed by Duncan’s new Multiple Range Test (DMRT), showed that rock phosphate can significantly (P<0.05) increase fiber production of Stylosanthes guianensis. It showed that treatment P1 increased crude fiber production by 12.2% from 5864, 47 kg/ha to 6580,19 kg/ha. In addition, tests further revealed that there was a difference between M1 and M2, but had no effect on M0. There was no significant effect on production (kg/ha) of crude protein, phosphorus, nitrogen free extract (NFE) and ash. In conclusion, treatments with rock phosphate and bio-fertilizers tend to increase productivity of Stylosanthes guianensis CIAT 184.(Key words: Stylosanthes guianensis CIAT 184, Rock phosphate, Bio-phosphate, Rhizobium, and In vitro dry matterdigestibility)
ANALISIS POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN USAHA PETERNAKAN SAPI PERAH DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN PARADIGMA AGRIBISNIS DI KECAMATAN MUSUK KABUPATEN BOYOLALI Santosa, Siswanto Imam; Setiadi, Agus; Wulandari, Ratih
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Population enhancement of dairy cattle could be done in a region supported by potential of its own region for the development of dairy cattle. The potencies of the region for dairy cattle enhancement could be done through provide feed availability, human resource knowledge, milk demand, income of the farmer, market infrastructure, loan institution role and local government policies. The purpose of this research was to determine the condition of the dairy farm in sub system of agribusiness in district of Musuk, and the factors that affecting the income of dairy farmers. Twenty villages in Boyolali regency were choosen as survey location. The respondents were chosen by random sampling method, with 6 respondents each village. There were 120 farmers of dairy cattle farmers were chosen in this research. Observation and direct interview methods were used to collect the data. Result of the research showed that income average of the farmers was Rp228.991,27/AU/month. Value of eficiency R/C Ratio was 1.28. Analysis of linear regression showed that age of farmer, total milk production and cost of feed significantly influence the income of dairy farmer. LQ value of dairy catlle population was 10.67 and LQ value of forage was 1.075. Analysis of SWOT showed that total score for internal external factors were 3.15 and 3.18. The result showed that dairy cattle have a potential to be developed inMusuk subdistrict. (Keywords: Dairy cattle, Sustainability paradigm, Income, SWOT, LQ)
KESIAGAAN PAKAN PADA TERNAK SAPI SKALA KECIL SEBAGAI STRATEGI ADAPTASI TERHADAP PERUBAHAN IKLIM MELALUI PEMANFAATAN BIODIVERSITAS FLORA LOKAL Rahmansyah, Maman; Sugiharto, Arwan; Kanti, Atit; Sudiana, I Made
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The presence of local floral resources as forage is essential, especially for the farm survival in anticipaty the impact of the global climate change. The availability of forage in the dry land ecosystems depends on water supply. However, the climate change has caused the change on rainfall pattern including the initiation of the dry season. The problem should be anticipated by the local farmers’ readiness in providing sufficient feed and their ability in performing the excellent management during all seasons. In some areas of East Bali and Nusa Tenggara (West andEast), dry climate crisis 2004 led to feed scarcity. Therefore, this study was conducted in order to identify the potential forage resources in the arid land. The discussion is focused on the results of survey and secondary data collection. Based on the results, there were 22 plants that could be used as forage which were abundant during rainy season, whereas 15 others were able to be forage and silage during the transitional season and along the dry season. The results also showed that the introduction of silage fermentation technique was required as the way to preserve feed for the supply during the dry season. In this study the role of polymer compounds hydrolyzing microbes and the fermentation process by the GRAS (Generally Recognized as Safe) microbes preceeded the role of Lactobacillus plantarum were observed. The results of this study may become a reference in anticipating the global climate change impacts in dry land areas by the application of functional microbial technology in small local farms’ feed management activities.(Key words: Local floral resources, Dry land climate, Fermented feed, Lactobacillus plantarum)
POLIMORFISME GEN GROWTH HORMONE (GH) PADA SAPI LIMURA (GROWTH HORMONE (GH) GENE POLYMORPHISM OF LIMURA CATTLE) Vulkandari, Slamet Diah; Hartatik, Tety; (Sumadi), Sumadi
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The research was conducted to identify Growth Hormone (GH) olymorphism of Limura cattle. The research was conducted in the smallholder at Lancar, Montok and Duko village, Larangan subdistrict in Pamekasan district, East Java Province and Animal Breeding Laboratory of Faculty of Animal Science, Gadjah Mada University in April 2012. Then research used 35 Limura calves and 10 Madura calves (as control). Blood samples for DNA molecular analysis, i.e. DNA isolation with SDS-PK modification method, DNA amplification with PCR method and genotyping with RFLP method. Identification of GH gene polymorphism was conducted by digesting the DNA fragment of 211 bp extended from the fourthintron region (49 bp) to fifth of exon (162 bp) by AluI enzyme. The result indicated that GH gene of Madura cattle was not polymorphic with frequencies of L allele 1.00 and V allele 0.00. The LL genotype of Madura cattle was 1.00. Frequencies ofL and V allele in Limura cattle were 0.91 and 0.09, respectively. Limura cattle indicated polymorphic with genotype LL 0.83and LV 0.17. As a results, GH gene polymorphism was found in Limura cattle with L allele frequencies higher than V allele. Limura cattles population were not deviated from Hardy-Weinberg quilibrium genetic condition.(Key words: Growth Hormone Gene, Limura Cattle, Polymorphism)
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