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Estimasi Parameter Genetik Sifat Produksi Sapi Simmental di Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggul Sapi Potong Padang Mengatas, Sumatera Barat (Estimation of Genetic Parameters of Production Characteristics on Simmental Cattle at Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggulan Suhada, Hary; (Sumadi), Sumadi; Ngadiyono, Nono
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The objectives of this research were to estimate the genetic parameters of production characteristics, breeding value (BV), weaning weight ratio (WWR) correlation with BV and most probable producing ability (MPPA) of Simmental cattle reared at Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggul Sapi Potong Padang Mengatas. Research was based on records of birth weight (BW), weaning weight (WW), post weaning average daily gain (ADG) and yearling weight (YW) from 2002 to 2007. Heritability value (h2) was estimated for BV, WW, ADG and YW using paternal-half sib correlation and repeatability value (r) of characteristics of both using intra class correlation. The genetic correlation (rG) of BW-WW, WW-YW, WW-ADG, WW-YW, WW-ADG and YW-ADG were analyzed by variance and covariance. BV and MPPA estimation was base on record of weaning weight. The h2 value of BW, WW, YW and ADG were 0.11±0.09; 0.39±0.16; 0.43±0.19; and 0.46±0.20, respectively. The r of BW, WW, YW and ADG, were 0.25±0.16; 0.32±0.18; 0.25±0.22; and 0.34±0.16, respectively. The genetic correlation value of BW-WW, WW-YW, WW-ADG, WW-YW, WW-ADG and YW-ADG were 0.29±0.37; 0.46±0.33; 0.2 ±0.39; 0.68±0.16; 0.006±0.30 and 0.57±0.21, respectively. From 18 Bulls, 10 bulls (55.56%) had the BV higher then average population value, 142.21 kg and the remaining 8 bulls (44.44%) was lower then average population value. Frequency of the BV of prospective male and female with WW higher than WW average was 210 calves (44.68%); whereas, 260 calves (55.32%) had WW lower than average population corrected with parent age (130.21 kg). Range of absolute BV was from 112.77 kg to 155.91 kg. The BV of male had average frequency higher than that of female, i.e. 149 males (66.22%) compared to 61 female (24.90%). The MPPA with above the average WW of the population was 150 cows (41.67%) and the rest of cows (210 head or 58.33%) were under theaverage. The WWR had positive and significant correlation (1.00**) with the NP. It means that, if the cattle have a high WWR, they will also have a high NP, so that they can be used as the criteria of selection.(Key words: Simmental cattle, Genetic parameters, Breeding value, Most probable producing ability, Weaning weight ratio)
Pemberdayaan Masyarakat melalui Proyek Gaduhan Sapi Potong di Kecamatan Oba Tengah dan Oba Utara, Tidore Kepulauan, Maluku Utara (Project of Cattle Sharing System as a Means for Community Development in Oba Tengah and Oba Utara Subdistricts, Tidore Kepula Djaelani, Supriyanti; Widiati, Rini; Santosa, Krishna Agung
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To financially evaluate the Project of Cattle Sharing System in Oba Tengah and Oba Utara subdistricts, Tidore Kepulauan, Maluku Utara, a survey was conducted on 30 respondents purposively sampled using questionnaires. Data were analyzed using the criteria of benefit/cost ratio (BCR), net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR) and net farm income of individual farmers whether or not participating the project. Using interest rate of 12% within four years when the farmers do not participate the project, resulted in the NPV of Rp. 17,185,232; when the farmers participate the project resulted in the NPV of Rp. 25,492,426, meaning there was an income increase of 67.41% and the increase of employment was found to be 5.34%. Average income share per year coming from project of cattle sharing system was Rp. 3,611,250 aside from family labor income, family investment income and family management income. It is concluded that the project of cattle sharing system is an effective means of community empowerment in terms of income, employment and the increase of cattle population.(Key words: Empowerment, Cattle sharing system, Income)
Pengaruh Pemanfaatan Rumput Laut Gracilaria Edulis dalam Pakan terhadap Kinerja Ayam Fase Pullet (The Influence of Seaweed Gracilaria Edulis in the Diets on the Performance of Pullet) Horhoruw, Wiesje Martha; (Wihandoyo), Wihandoyo; Yuwanta, Tri
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The research was conducted to analyze the effect of seaweed Gracilaria edulis in the diets on the performance of pullet. One hundred and twenty six Lohmann Brown Strain pullets of 14 weeks old were divided into seven seaweed diet treatments. The treatment diets were R0, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, and R6 contentaining 0.00; 2.50; 5.00; 7.50; 10.00; 12.50 and 15.00 of seaweed, there was three replications, six pullets of each. The collected data were feed consumption, weights and ages of sexual maturity, feed conversion ratio, weight of egg and Iodine content in the egg. The collected data were analyzed by analysis of variance of one way classification, followed by Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test (DMRT). The results showed that the treatments had not significant differences on feed consumption, body weight at sexual matuarity, feed conversion ratio, but significans (P<0.05) on ages at sexual matuarity and egg yolk color (P<0.01). Feed consumption were 80.94 g/chicken/day; 81.02 g/chicken/day; 80.95 g/chicken/day; 81.43 g/chicken/day; 81.69 g/chicken/day; 82.25 g/chicken/day and 82.72 g/chicken/day, body weight at sexual matuarity1898.56 g; 1977.78 g; 1947.78 g; 1947.78 g; 1949.78 g; 1981.67 g; 1949.44 g, FCR 5.78; 5.35; 5.45; 5.08; 5.57; 5.86 and 6.25, egg yolk color 10.23; 11.27; 11. 83; 12.11; 12.44; 12.44 and 12.83 for R0, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, and R6 respectively. Egg weights were 51.25 g; 54.50 g; 50.89 g; 51.66 g; 51.36 g; 51.36 g and 50.83 g, for R0, R1, R2, R3, R4, R5, and R6 repectively. There had not significant differences on content of egg yolk iodine were 0.47 ppm; 0.48ppm; 0.50 ppm; 0.52 ppm; 0.55 ppm; 0.56 ppm and 0.60 ppm. It was concluded that the use of seaweed Gracilaria edulis until 15.00% in the diet did not decrease the performance of pullet phase and increased egg yolk color, also did not increase iodine in the yolk.(Key words: Seaweed Gracilaria edulis, Diets, Chicken’s work, Pullet phase)
Kegiatan Bisnis Layanan Pemeliharaan Ternak : Studi Kasus di Unit Breeding Services Elders Limited Australia (Animal Breeding Services Business Activity : Study Case in Breeding Services Unit at Elders Limited Australia) Maharani, Dyah
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This paper describes the business activity of animal breeding services in livestock services company at Elders Limited Australia. Primary and secondary data in this paper were collected from Elders Limited Australia database and Elders staff interviewed. Data were analyzed in full descriptively. The study indicated that the business of breeding services can help the farmer especially breeder to improve the genetic performance of their cattle farm and help them to make the decision of breeding program. The product of Elders Breeding Services are semen sales, breed exact and next exact program (breeding program), Taylor Made Seedstock (embryo transfer program). The breeding services also help farmers to promote their product by using Elders Limited website. In Australia, the using breeding services are more effective and efficient than the farmers conducting their farm by their own program.(Key words: Business activity, Breeding services, Elders Limited)
Pengaruh Penjemuran terhadap Kenyamanan dan Kinerja Produksi Sapi Peranakan Ongole (The Effects of Sun-Bathing on the Ongole Crossbred Cattle’s Comfort and Performances) (Panjono), Panjono; Widyobroto, Budi Prasetyo; Suhartanto, Bambang; Baliarti, Endang
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This experiment was conducted to observe the effects of sun-bathing on the Ongole Crossbred cattle’s comfort and performances. Eight heads of 1.5–2 years aged Ongole crossbreed bulls were divided into two groups. All of cattle were white in color. The first group was sun-bathed at 07.00–11.00 am. The second group (control) was raised in the barn whole day. The experiment was held for 90 days. The data collected were environmental conditions (air temperature and humidity, wind speed, and light intensity), physiological conditions, behaviors, feed intake, digestibility, average daily gain and feed conversion. The data was analyzed by student-t test. The result showed that there were no significant differences on humidity, win speed, and light intensity in both places at 07.00–11.00 am. The temperature on the sunbathing place at 09.00 am. was significantly higher (P<0.05) than that in the barn. The pulse rate on the second group was higher (P<0.01) than the first group. There were no significant differences of rectal temperature and respiration frequency on both groups. There were no significant differences behaviors except ruminating duration of the first group was longer (P<0.01). There were no significant differences on feed intake,digestibility, average daily gain, and feed conversion on both groups. It was concluded that sun-bathing gave comfortable environment for cattle, but did not affect on the cattle’s performance.(Key words: Cattle, Sun-bathing, Comfort, Performance)
Evaluasi Kelayakan Usaha Penggemukan Sapi Potong Gaduhan di Desa Grantung Kecamatan Bayan Kabupaten Purworejo (The Feasibility Evaluation of Beef Cattle Fattening by Sharing System in Grantung Vilage, Bayan Subdistrict of Purworejo Regency) (Zulfanita), Zulfanita; Wiguna, Made Arya; Nurtini, Sudi
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The aim of the study was to find out the feasibility of beef cattle fattening by sharing system in Grantung, Bayan, Purworejo. The location of the research was in the village of Grantung, the subdistrict of Bayan, Purworejo Regency. The study was conducted from June until December 2006. The resopondents were the receivers of sharing system beef cattle from Agricultural and Husbandary Agency of Purworejo as many as 30 people which were taken by purposive sampling. Measurement of Benefit Cost ratio (BCR), Net Present Value (NPV) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR) values were done to analyse the feasibility. The result showed that values being obtained for BCR was 1.05; NVP was Rp. 1,798,664.07; and IRR was 31%. Therefore, it could be concluded that the beef cattle fattening by sharing system carried out in Grantung, Bayan, Purworejo was feasible to be implemented.(Key words: Beef cattle fattening, Sharing system, Project feasibility)
Karakteristik Kimia dan Mikrostruktur Otot Longissimus Dorsi dan Biceps Femoris dari Sapi Glonggong (Chemical Characteristics and Microstructure of Longissimus Dorsi and Biceps Femoris Muscle of Glonggong Beef Cattle) Prasetyo, Amrih; (Soeparno), Soeparno; Suryanto, Edi; (Rusman), Rusman
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The study was conducted to evaluate chemical and microstructure characteristics of glonggong (excessive drink) meat compared with the normal meat. The meat samples were taken from Boyolali Regency, came from five glonggong male Ongole grade cattle, and from five normal cattle with the average life weight of 250–300 kg. The chemical data were analyzed by using analysis of variance of 2x2 factorial patterns. The microstructure characteristics were also analyzed descriptively. The water content of glonggong meat was higher compared with that of normal meat on BF and LD muscle, average water content was 80.64% and 80.14% vs 78.60% and 74.57%, respectively. The protein contents of BF (15.98%) and LD (16.17%) was lower than the protein contents normal meat of BF (21.08%) and LD (21.07%), respectively. The Result of statistical analyzed shows significant pengglonggongan of cattle before slaughtered (P<0.05) to meat fat value at every muscle. The meat lactic acid value of glonggong meat of LD muscle was lower than that of normal meat of LD muscle (2815.891 vs 6827.77 ppm). There was a damage of glonggong meat microstructure of LD, BF muscle and also of liver organ. In conclusion, glonggong meat had a lower chemical characteristics compared with the normal meat.(Key words: Chemical, Microstructure, Meat, Glonggong)
Estimasi Potensi dan Kinerja Sapi Bali di Kabupaten Timor Tengah Utara, Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Timur (The Potency Estimation and Performance of Bali Cattle in Timor Tengah Utara Regency, East Nusa Tenggara Province) Tonbesi, Trimeldus Tulak; Ngadiyono, Nono; (Sumadi), Sumadi
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The objective of the reseaech was to recognize the output and population  dynamics, correlation between body weight and body size, and also correlation between body weight and carcass weight and the most accurate body weightestimation on Bali cattle in Timor Tengah Utara Regency, East Nusa Tenggara Province. This research was done in 6 districts in 20 villages. The research material included 289 breeders as respondent, 530 Bali cattles and secondary datafrom local Department of Animal Husbandry. The results showed that reproduction efficiency 83.60%, 21.72% natural increase, 21.47% potency of the population or 16,204 animals. There was annual increased with average 8.16% followsregression equation Y = 63,151+5,376 X and by year of 2011 the population could be estimated as many as 100,783 animals with potency 21,638 animals. Correlation between body weight with body size in male Bali cow age >1 to 2years old followed equation Y = -286.13+2.11 X1+1.59X4 with r = 0.92 and R2 = 0.85. Male with age >2 to 3 years old, Y = -441.16+2.23X1+2.96X3 with r = 0.95 and R2 = 0.90. Female age >2 to 3 years old, Y = -153.27+2.19X1 with r =0.78 and R2 = 0.60. Male with age >3 to 4 years old, Y = -385.10+4.13X1 with r = 0.96 and R2 = 0.91. Female age >3 to 4 years old, Y = 89.72+0.96X2 with r = 0.34 and R2 = 0.12. Correlation between body weight and carcass weight infemale age >2 to 3 years old, Y = -3.84+0.56X with r = 0.97 and R2 = 0.94, female age >3 to 4 years old, Y = 4.0+1.50X with r = 0.87 and R2 = 0.76, and female age >4 years old, Y = 3.16+0.52X with r = 0.96 and R2 = 0.92.Djagra Formula could be used to estimate male and female Bali cattle body weight in regency north middle Timor with correction factor each -0.34% and -16.71%.(Key words: Bali Cattle, Performance, Potency, Population dynamics)
Estimasi Parameter Genetik Sifat Produksi Sapi Simmental di Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggul Sapi Potong Padang Mengatas, Sumatera Barat (Estimation of Genetic Parameters of Production Characteristics on Simmental Cattle at Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggulan Suhada, Hary; (Sumadi), Sumadi; Ngadiyono, Nono
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The objectives of this research were to estimate the genetic parameters of production characteristics, breeding value (BV), weaning weight ratio (WWR) correlation with BV and most probable producing ability (MPPA) of Simmental cattle reared at Balai Pembibitan Ternak Unggul Sapi Potong Padang Mengatas. Research was based on records of birth weight (BW), weaning weight (WW), post weaning average daily gain (ADG) and yearling weight (YW) from 2002 to 2007. Heritability value (h2) was estimated for BV, WW, ADG and YW using paternal-half sib correlation and repeatability value (r) of characteristics of both using intra class correlation. The genetic correlation (rG) of BW-WW, WW-YW, WW-ADG, WW-YW, WW-ADG and YW-ADG were analyzed by variance and covariance. BV and MPPA estimation was base on record of weaning weight. The h2 value of BW, WW, YW and ADG were 0.11±0.09; 0.39±0.16; 0.43±0.19; and 0.46±0.20, respectively. The r of BW, WW, YW and ADG, were 0.25±0.16; 0.32±0.18; 0.25±0.22; and 0.34±0.16, respectively. The genetic correlation value of BW-WW, WW-YW, WW-ADG, WW-YW, WW-ADG and YW-ADG were 0.29±0.37; 0.46±0.33; 0.2 ±0.39; 0.68±0.16; 0.006±0.30 and 0.57±0.21, respectively. From 18 Bulls, 10 bulls (55.56%) had the BV higher then average population value, 142.21 kg and the remaining 8 bulls (44.44%) was lower then average population value. Frequency of the BV of prospective male and female with WW higher than WW average was 210 calves (44.68%); whereas, 260 calves (55.32%) had WW lower than average population corrected with parent age (130.21 kg). Range of absolute BV was from 112.77 kg to 155.91 kg. The BV of male had average frequency higher than that of female, i.e. 149 males (66.22%) compared to 61 female (24.90%). The MPPA with above the average WW of the population was 150 cows (41.67%) and the rest of cows (210 head or 58.33%) were under theaverage. The WWR had positive and significant correlation (1.00**) with the NP. It means that, if the cattle have a high WWR, they will also have a high NP, so that they can be used as the criteria of selection.(Key words: Simmental cattle, Genetic parameters, Breeding value, Most probable producing ability, Weaning weight ratio)
Pemberdayaan Masyarakat melalui Proyek Gaduhan Sapi Potong di Kecamatan Oba Tengah dan Oba Utara, Tidore Kepulauan, Maluku Utara (Project of Cattle Sharing System as a Means for Community Development in Oba Tengah and Oba Utara Subdistricts, Tidore Kepula Djaelani, Supriyanti; Widiati, Rini; Santosa, Krishna Agung
Buletin Peternakan Vol 33, No 1 (2009): Buletin Peternakan Vol. 33 (1) Februari 2009
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To financially evaluate the Project of Cattle Sharing System in Oba Tengah and Oba Utara subdistricts, Tidore Kepulauan, Maluku Utara, a survey was conducted on 30 respondents purposively sampled using questionnaires. Data were analyzed using the criteria of benefit/cost ratio (BCR), net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR) and net farm income of individual farmers whether or not participating the project. Using interest rate of 12% within four years when the farmers do not participate the project, resulted in the NPV of Rp. 17,185,232; when the farmers participate the project resulted in the NPV of Rp. 25,492,426, meaning there was an income increase of 67.41% and the increase of employment was found to be 5.34%. Average income share per year coming from project of cattle sharing system was Rp. 3,611,250 aside from family labor income, family investment income and family management income. It is concluded that the project of cattle sharing system is an effective means of community empowerment in terms of income, employment and the increase of cattle population.(Key words: Empowerment, Cattle sharing system, Income)

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