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Pengaruh Pejantan dan Pakan terhadap Pertumbuhan Itik Turi sampai Umur delapan Minggu (The Effect of Sires and Diets on the Growth of Turi Duck Until the Age of 8 Weeks) Dewanti, Ratih; Sidadolog, Jafendi Hasoloan Purba; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal
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The experiment was carried out to observe the effect of sires and diets on the growth traits of Turi duck up to the age of eight weeks. There were five sires and 25 dams which produced 151 offspring used in the experiment. Three diets with equal nutrient balance but different concentration P1: {CP:EM= 1:145,EM 2482 kcal/kg:protein 17%}; P2 {CP:EM= 1:146 EM 2628 kcal/kg:protein 18%}; dan P3 {CP:EM= 1:144 (EM 2774 kcal/kg: protein 19%} were then applied. Phenotypic datasets on body weight, body weight gain, feed consumption and feed conversion parameters were collected. The result showed that sire had no effect on body weight, body weight gain and feed conversions of the offspring. Different diets, on the other hand affected feed consumption (lowest P3:822.37 g/head/weeks). Interactions between sires x age were then found to be significantly affected feed consumption.(Key words: Sires, Diets, Growth, and Turi duck)
Pengaruh Penambahan Minyak Kelapa, Minyak Biji Bunga Matahari, dan Minyak Kelapa Sawit terhadap Penurunan Produksi Metan di dalam Rumen secara in Vitro (The Effect of Addition Coconut Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, and Palm Olein on Reducing Ruminal Methane Pro Sitoresmi, Puput Diah; Yusiati, Lies Mira; Hartadi, Hari
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This experiment was conducted to determine the effect of vegetable oil, such as coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, and palm olein on methane production, number of protozoa, microbial protein concentration, ammonia (NH3) concentration and carboxymethyl cellulase (CMC-ase) activity in the vitro fermentation of king grass and rice bran by rumen microbial. The experiment consisted of two treatments (i.e.) the effect of coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, and palm olein and level of addition of vegetable oil i.e. 0%, 2.5%, 5.0%, and 7.5%. The fermentation was done using Hohenheim gas test (HGT) metode and incubated at 39°C for 72 hours with three replicates. At the end of the fermentation, methane concentration, number of protozoa, microbial protein concentration, NH3 concentration, CMC-ase activity, and pH were observed. Data obtained were analyzed using analysis of variance and the design using factorial (3x4). The deferences of mean values were analyzed by Duncan’s new multiple range test (DMRT). The result showed that the number of protozoa decreased (P<0.05) as much as 9.8%, 20.85%, and 23.95%, followed by methane supression (P<0.01) much as 11.11%, 15.79%, and 18.51% with oil addition at level 2.5%, 5.0%, and 7.5% compared to control, but no effect on microbial protein concentration, ammonia (NH3) concentration and carboxymethyl cellulase (CMC-ase) activity. It can be concluded that coconut oil had the highest affect on methane production by inhibition ofprotozoa growth and addition oil up to 5.0% reduced methane production as much as 15.80%.(Key words : Coconut oil, Sunflower seed oil, Palm olein, Methane production, Protozoa count, In vitro fermentation)
Identifikasi Karakteristik Genetik Sapi Peranakan Ongole di Peternakan Rakyat (The Identification of Genetic Characteristic of Ongole Grade Cattle in Smallholder Farmers) (Hartati), Hartati; (Sumadi), Sumadi; Hartatik, Tety
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The aim of this research was to identity genetic characteristic of Ongole Grade cattle and to analyse the diversity of Ongole grade cattle in smallholder farmers. This research was conducted at breeding stock in East Java and Central Javainclude Tuban, Lamongan and Blora regencies, since June until December 2008. The animal use were PO cattle of 18 months until 24 months of age and cow of 24 months until 36 months of age or have once of calving as many 30 headfrom location, were used as sampling for the observation of genetic diversity which was based on quantitative and qualitative characteristic. Whole blood collection was conducted to get the data of polymorphism DNA microsatelliteby using technology of PCR and elektroforesis. Data and information were analysed in descriptive, explanatory and laboratoris. The result showed that Blora subpopulation had genetic distance which was close to Tuban subpopulationcompared to Lamongan. The result of molecular genetic analyses by using microsatellite showed that highest frequency alel was presented by HEL9 locus at Tuban population. Heterozigosity value at 3 subpopulation of PO cattle was verylow, representing an indication of leading to inbreeding cases.(Key words : Genetic characteristic, PO cattle, Smallholder farmers)
Pengaruh Buka-Tutup Kandang terhadap Kenyamanan dan Kinerja Produksi Sapi Peranakan Ongole (The Effects of Opening and Closing of House on the Ongole Crossbred Cattle’s Comfort and Performances) (Panjono), Panjono; Baliarti, Endang
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This experiment was conducted to observe the effects of opening and closing of house on the Ongole Crossbred cattle’s comfort and performances. Nine bulls were divided into three groups of housing. The first group was taken care in the house which was opened in the noon and closed in the night (open-closed house), the second was in the closed house, and the third was in the opened house. The experiment was held for 90 days. The data collected were room condition (wind speed, temperature and humidity), physiological conditions, behaviors, feed and water intake, average daily gain and feed conversion. The data were analyzed by analysis of variance for completely randomized design. The analysis was continued by least significant difference test if there were differences. The result showed that wind’s speed in the open-closed house was significantly higher (P<0.05) than that in the closed house in the noon and significantly lower (P<0.05) than that in the opened house in the night. There was no significantly difference on the room’s temperature among three types of house. Room’s humidity in the open-closed housed was significantly lower (P<0.05) than that in the closed house in the daytime and significantly higher (P<0.05) than that in the opened house in the nighttime. There were no significant difference on the cattle’s physiological conditions, behaviors, physiological conditions, behaviors, feed and water intake, average daily gain and feed conversion among three groups. It wasconcluded that opening in the daytime and closing in the nighttime of house had no effect on the Ongole Cross Breed cattle’s comfort and performances.(Key words: Open-closed house, Comfort, Performance, Ongole crossbred cattle)
Identifikasi Grade Sapi Bali Betina Bibit dan Koefisien Reproduksi Sapi Betina di Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat (Grade Identification and Reproductive Coefficient of Bali Cattle Breeding Female in West Nusa Tenggara Province) (Soekardono), Soekardono; Arman, Chairussyhur; Kasip, Lalu Muhammad
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The goals of the research were to determine grade of Bali cattle breeding female and coefficient of reproduction of cattle breeding farm in NTB. Research was conducted in West Lombok Regency representing Lombok Island and Dompu Regency representing Sumbawa Island. Determination of cattle grade was carried out by measuring body weight, body length, shoulder height, and girth circle, as well as exterior observation, followed by data analysis with statistical descriptive tool. In order to know coefficient of reproduction, interviewed were implemented to the farmers (respondents), and then data were analyzed descriptively with the aid of table. Results of the study indicated that with the criteria of Directorate General of Livestock Services (DGLS) 2006, based on shoulder height (HS), grade of Bali cattle breeding female in NTB could be classified into: grade I = 36.5%; II = 49%; III = 7.5%; and non grade (NG) = 7%; based on body length (BL): grade I = 38.5%; II = 46%; III = 7.5%; and NG = 8%. When  classification was considered based on island region, it showed that grade of Bali cattle breeding female in Sumbawa was better than that of in Lombok islands. Grade of Bali cattle breeding female in Lombok Island, based on HS was found as the following: grade I = 19.8%; II = 62%; III = 11%; and NG = 7%; while based on BL: grade I = 18.8%; II = 61%; III = 10%; and NG = 9%. Grade of Bali cattle breeding female in Sumbawa Island, based on HS was as the following: grade I = 57%; II = 34%; III = 3%; and NG = 7%; while based on BL: grade I = 61%; II = 29%; III = 4%; and NG = 6%. From technical coefficient of reproduction view point, the calving interval and weaning calf age were still quite long, about 15 and 6 months, respectively.(Key words: Grade of Bali cattle breeding, Coefficient of reproduction, Bali cattle breeding female)
Karakteristik Sosis dengan Fortifikasi β-Caroten dari Labu Kuning (Cucurbita moschata) (Sausage Characteristics as Affected by β-Caroten Fortification of Pumpkin (Cucurbita moschata)) Prayitno, Agus Hadi; Miskiyah, Firdha; Rachmawati, Afina Viyunnur; Baghaskoro, Tombak Mahesa; Gunawan, Bekti Putra; (Soeparno), Soeparno
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The objectives of the experiment were to evaluate physical, chemical, and sensory characteristics of sausage by using fortification with β-caroten of pumpkin. There were five treatments of fortification with β-caroten of pumpkin asthe filler substitutions on sausage processing. The treatments were: 0% (control), 25, 50, 75, and 100% of the filler. There were five replications in each treatment. The data of physical and chemical characteristics from the completely randomized design were analysed by analysis of variance. The data of sensory characteristics were analysed by the analysis of non parametric test of Hedonic Kruskal-Wallis. The results showed that sausage fortified with β-caroten of pumpkin as the filler substitutions up to 100% level on sausage processing affected significantly (P<0.01) on physical characteristics of sausage (decreased water-holding capacity, increased tenderness and it did not affect pH value of sausage), chemical characteristics of sausage (decreased moisture, increased protein, fiber, β-caroten, and it did not affect the fat content of sausage), and sensory characteristics of sausage (increased taste, decreased color, aroma, texture, touchness, and acceptability of sausage).(Key words: Sausage, Pumpkin, β-caroten, Physical characteristics, Chemical, Sensory)
Pengaruh Penggunaan High Quality Feed Supplement terhadap Konsumsi dan Kecernaan Nutrien Sapi Perah Awal Laktasi (The Effect of High Quality Feed Supplement Addition on the Nutrient Consumption and Digestibility of Early Lactating Dairy Cow) Astuti, Andriyani; Agus, Ali; Budi, Subur Priyono Sasmito
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The research was intended to know the effect of high quality feed supplement (HQFS) in the ration of first lactation dairy cow on nutrient consumption and digestibility. Twelve dairy cows of Friesian Holstein crossbred fromthe Cooperative of Warga Mulya, Sleman. They were divided into three groups of treatment, namely control (K), substitution treatment (S), and supplementation treatment (A). Each treatment consisted of four cows. Group K fed concentrate only from Warga Mulya, while group S beside concentrate from Warga Mulya, amount of HQFS 300 gram/liter of milk produced was offered, and concentrate was reduced as much as the additional feed of HQFS. Group A was offered by concentrate Warga Mulya plus HQFS additionally for 300 gram/liter of milk per day. Water was provided ad libitum. The variable measured consisted of the feed consumption and digestion (dry matter (BK), crude protein (PK), total digestible nutrient (TDN), organic component (BO), crude fiber (SK), crude fat (LK), and nitrogen-free extract (BETN)). The variants of collected data were analyzed, using Completely Randomized Design one way classification. Results showed that there were significant difference (P<0.05) on BK, PK, TDN, BO, PK, SK, LK, and BETN consumption, while the digestion of BK, BO, SK, and LK did not indicate any differences. The digestion of PK and BETN were significantly different (P<0.05), i.e. A (66.09%), S (59.77%), and K (54.66%) on PK and A (75.30%), S(73.11%), and K (70.69%) on BETN. The conclusion was that the addition of HQFS of first lactation dairy cow would increase nutrient consumption and crude protein and nitrogen-free extract digestibility.(Key words: High quality feed supplement, Dairy cow, Consumption, Digestibility)
Pengaruh Berat Potong dan Harga Pembelian Domba dan Kambing Betina terhadap Gross Margin Jagal di Rumah Potong Hewan Mentik, Kresen, Bantul (The Effects of Slaughter Weight and Purchase Price of Female Sheep and Goats on the Butcher’s Gross Margin at Ment Widiarto, Wisnu; Widiati, Rini; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta
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This study was aimed to determine the effect of slaughter weight and purchasing price of female sheep and goats on the butcher’s gross margins at the slaughterhouse of Mentik, Kresen, Bantul. The study was conducted to determinethe production activities of butchers. Sixty heads of local female sheep and goats respectively, were used as samples. The animals were divided into two groups, based on its body weight, namely 10 to 14.99 kg (BP1) and 15 to 20 kg(BP2) of body weight. The data consisted of purchasing price, slaughter weight, variable cost, dressing and non carcass percentages and the butcher’s gross margin. Factorial analysis was used to determine the ratio between spesies andgroups which live weight is best for the production of sheep and female goats. Multiple linear regression analysis was used to determine the effect of slaughter weight and purchase price to production of female sheep and goats, andslaughter weight and variable costs to gross margin of sheep and female goats butchers. The results showed that Bligon female goats of 15-20 kg body weight has the highest value on production and gross margins, it was 9.83 kg and Rp.104,901.50, respectively. The purchasing price and the slaughter weight significantly and positively affecting the production of female local sheep and goats with R2 = 0.718, female goats has better production than sheep. Slaughterweight significantly and positively affecting the gross margin of the butcher. Variable costs significantly and negatively affecting the gross margins of the butcher with R2=0.665. Higher variable cost will reduce the butcher’s gross margin. There were differences in the gross margin of female sheep and goat. The Gross margin of female goats was better than the gross margins of sheep. It can be concluded that local female goat’s production and gross margin was better than sheep.(Key words: Female local sheep and goats, Dressing and non carcass percentages, Production and Gross margin)
Pengaruh Pejantan dan Pakan terhadap Pertumbuhan Itik Turi sampai Umur delapan Minggu (The Effect of Sires and Diets on the Growth of Turi Duck Until the Age of 8 Weeks) Dewanti, Ratih; Sidadolog, Jafendi Hasoloan Purba; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal
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The experiment was carried out to observe the effect of sires and diets on the growth traits of Turi duck up to the age of eight weeks. There were five sires and 25 dams which produced 151 offspring used in the experiment. Three diets with equal nutrient balance but different concentration P1: {CP:EM= 1:145,EM 2482 kcal/kg:protein 17%}; P2 {CP:EM= 1:146 EM 2628 kcal/kg:protein 18%}; dan P3 {CP:EM= 1:144 (EM 2774 kcal/kg: protein 19%} were then applied. Phenotypic datasets on body weight, body weight gain, feed consumption and feed conversion parameters were collected. The result showed that sire had no effect on body weight, body weight gain and feed conversions of the offspring. Different diets, on the other hand affected feed consumption (lowest P3:822.37 g/head/weeks). Interactions between sires x age were then found to be significantly affected feed consumption.(Key words: Sires, Diets, Growth, and Turi duck)
Pengaruh Penambahan Minyak Kelapa, Minyak Biji Bunga Matahari, dan Minyak Kelapa Sawit terhadap Penurunan Produksi Metan di dalam Rumen secara in Vitro (The Effect of Addition Coconut Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil, and Palm Olein on Reducing Ruminal Methane Pro Sitoresmi, Puput Diah; Yusiati, Lies Mira; Hartadi, Hari
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This experiment was conducted to determine the effect of vegetable oil, such as coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, and palm olein on methane production, number of protozoa, microbial protein concentration, ammonia (NH3) concentration and carboxymethyl cellulase (CMC-ase) activity in the vitro fermentation of king grass and rice bran by rumen microbial. The experiment consisted of two treatments (i.e.) the effect of coconut oil, sunflower seed oil, and palm olein and level of addition of vegetable oil i.e. 0%, 2.5%, 5.0%, and 7.5%. The fermentation was done using Hohenheim gas test (HGT) metode and incubated at 39°C for 72 hours with three replicates. At the end of the fermentation, methane concentration, number of protozoa, microbial protein concentration, NH3 concentration, CMC-ase activity, and pH were observed. Data obtained were analyzed using analysis of variance and the design using factorial (3x4). The deferences of mean values were analyzed by Duncan’s new multiple range test (DMRT). The result showed that the number of protozoa decreased (P<0.05) as much as 9.8%, 20.85%, and 23.95%, followed by methane supression (P<0.01) much as 11.11%, 15.79%, and 18.51% with oil addition at level 2.5%, 5.0%, and 7.5% compared to control, but no effect on microbial protein concentration, ammonia (NH3) concentration and carboxymethyl cellulase (CMC-ase) activity. It can be concluded that coconut oil had the highest affect on methane production by inhibition ofprotozoa growth and addition oil up to 5.0% reduced methane production as much as 15.80%.(Key words : Coconut oil, Sunflower seed oil, Palm olein, Methane production, Protozoa count, In vitro fermentation)

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