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Uji Sifat Fisik dan Palatabilitas Biskuit Limbah Tanaman Jagung sebagai Substitusi Sumber Serat untuk Domba (The Physical Characteristic and Palatability of Corn Plant Waste Biscuit as Fiber Substitution for Sheep) Retnani, Yuli; Herawati, Lidy; Widiarti, Weny; Indahwati, Eka
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Corn plant waste is one of alternative feed source that has big potential to make various low cost and useful feed product. One of technologies that can be applied to make feed biscuit is pressing technology. Biscuit feed is made byheating and pressing of forage usually it to become, thin, and flat. The objectives of this experiment were to determine physical characteristics and palatability of corn plant waste in the biscuit form for fiber substitution. The experimentaldesign used was Completely Randomized Design with 6 treatments and 3 replications. The treatment were : R1 (100% field grass), R2 (50% field grass+50% corn leaf), R3 (100% corn leaf), R4 (50% field grass+50% corn husk), R5 (50% corn leaf+50% corn husk) and R6 (100% corn husk). The data were subjected to ANOVA and Contrast Orthogonal Test. The observed variables were water activity, moisture, water absorption, density, and palatability. The results indicated that the treatments had highly significant effect (P<0.01) on water content. The water content of biscuits in R2 (11.06±0.10), R1 (11.23±0.60), and R6 (11.39±0.71) were lower than in biscuits R4 (11.73±0.17), R5 (11.80±0.09,) and R3 (12.85±0.37). The average of water content of all treatments was 11.68±0.34%. The treatments also significantly affected (P<0.05) water absorption of biscuit feed in which water absorption on R4 (514.48±19.95), R5 (504.27±5.59) and R1 (492.34±40.90) were higher than R6 (452.31±42.63), R3 (438.00±15.69) and R2 (383.49±31.97) with overall averages of 464.15±26.12%. Water activity, density, and palatability were not significantly different. It could be concluded that palatability of corn plant waste biscuit was the same with field grass biscuit on sheep.(Key words: Biscuit of corn plant waste, Physical characteristic, Palatability, Sheep)
Karakteristik Kategori Adopter dalam Adopsi Inovasi Feed Additive Herbal untuk Ayam Pedaging (Adopter Category Characteristics on the Adoption of Herbal Feed Additive Inovation for Broiler) Sari, Ayu Intan; Syahlani, Suci Paramitasari; Haryadi, F. Trisakti
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The aims of this research were to analyze the effect of characteristics of the farmer on the probability of adopter category difference, and to analyze the effect of farmer’s perception of innovation characteristics on the probability ofthe difference of adopter innovation of herbal feed additive for broiler. This research was conducted from August to October 2008, in the broiler farm at Karanganyar, Sragen, and Boyolali by using research based method of descriptiveanalysis. The respondents of the research were 34 farmers selected by using purposive convenience sampling. The data were analyzed using descriptive analysis, Mann-Whitney analysis, and logistic binominal regression analysis. Theresult of the research showed that there were differences in characteristics of the farmer between early and late adopter categories; they were age (p≤0.01), formal educational level (P≤0.01), cosmopolitness level (P≤0.01), and farmingexperience (P≤0.05). The result of logistic binominal regression test showed that age and formal education level were characteristics factor influencing the difference of adopter category significantly (P≤0.05), while the innovationcharacteristics consisted of relative advantage, complexity, and observability had significant effect (P≤0.05) on the adopter category difference. The conclusion of the research was that younger farmers, higher formal education level,longer experience, and higher level of active searching information seemed to have higher probability to become the early adopter. The farmers having higher perception of innovation characteristics, relative advantage and observability, and lower perception of complexity innovation characteristic tended to be early adopter.(Key words: Adopter category, Adoption, Herbal feed additive)
Sebaran Populasi Sapi Friesian Holstein di Beberapa Kabupaten Provinsi Jawa Tengah dan Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta (Population Distribution of Friesian Holstein Cows in Several Regencies in Middle Java and Yogyakarta Special Province). (Yudi), Yudi Adinata; (Sumadi), Sumadi; (Adiarto), Adiarto
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The aim of this research was to study the tendency of population distribution of Friesian Holstein (FH) cows and to create a population distribution map of FH cattle in Banyumas, Semarang, Boyolali, and Sleman regencies. Thisresearch was conducted from November 2007 to June 2008. Data collected were those of FH cows population from 2002 to 2006 in Banyumas, Semarang, Boyolali and Sleman Regencies and the production of crosscut grass, field grassand straw from agriculture waste in 2006 in the respective regencies. The result was the model of map of population distribution FH cattle in Banyumas, Semarang, Boyolali and Sleman Regencies. Structure of population of FH cattle inthe year 2006 pursuant to percentage sum up the bull calf, heifer calf, young bull, heifer, bull, cow in Banyumas Regency were 8.25, 13.32, 0.00, 8.86, 0.00, and 69.57%, Semarang Regency were 8.99, 13.00, 7.01, 16.00, 11.00, and44.00%, Boyolali was 9.00, 13.00, 7.00, 16.00, 11.00, and 44.00%, and Sleman Regency were 15.98, 1.58, 20.57, 0.72, and 47.39%. Population growth of FH cattle from 2002 to 2006 in Banyumas, Semarang, Boyolali and Sleman were –4.76, 3.52, 0.93, and 8.99% respectively. The produce of crosscut grass, field grass and straw from agriculture waste pursuant to value of Dry Matter (DM), Crude Protein (CP) and Total Digestible Nutrients (TDN) to requirement ofpursuant to amount of herbivore livestock with Animal Unit (AU) base in 2006 only Banyumas Regency which was still over supply while Semarang, Boyolali, and Sleman Regencies were found insufficient. The dynamics of requirementand availability of DM, CP and TDN from 2007 to 2011 in Banyumas Regency was over supply DM and TDN but insuffiency CP, Semarang Regency was insuffiency DM, CP and TDN, Boyolali Regency was over supply DM but insuffiency CP and TDN, Sleman was over supply DM but insuffiency CP and TDN from 2007 to 2008 and other years insuffiency DM, CP and TDN.
Pengaruh Level Formalin dan Frekuensi Penambahan Litter terhadap Karakteristik Litter Ayam Broiler (The Effect of Formalin Level and Litter Addition Frequency on the Characteristics Broiler Litter) Widodo, Nur; (Wihandoyo), Wihandoyo; (Supadmo), Supadmo
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The research was conducted to evaluate the effect of formalin level and litter addition frequency on the broiler litter characteristics. One hundred and fifty broiler chickens were divided into 10 litter treatment with three replicationand five chickens each. The treatments were combination level of formalin sprayed (0, 4, 8, and 12%) and frequencies of spraying (every 1, 2, and 3 weeks) on to litter (D0F0, D4F1, D4F2, D4F3, D8F1, D8F2, D8F3, D12F1, D12F2 dan D12F3). The data collected were pH, temperature, total bacterial, and ammonia concentration in the litter of broiler chicken. The results showed that level of formalin sprayed (0, 4, 8 and 12%) and frequencies of sprayed (every 1, 2, and 3 weeks)on to litter had not significantly affected litter pH (8.3; 8.7; 8.8; 9.0; 9.0; 9.2; 9.0; 9.0; 9.8 and 9.0) litter ammonia contents (317.1; 475.2; 454.5; 425.3; 218.4; 300.1; 384.0; 375.3 and 417.2 ppm) for (D0F0, D4F1, D4F2, D4F3, D8F1, D8F2, D8F3, D12F1, D12F2 dan D12F3) respectively. Litter temperature had significant differences (33.89; 32.31; 32.83; 32.58; 32.81; 32.81; 32.42; 32.28; 33.28 and 32.72 0C) and total litter of bacteria (1.7X108;1.1X108; 9.9X107; 1.2X108; 7.1X107; 8.5X107; 1.1X108; 4.8X107; 4.8X107; 4.9X107 and 8.2X107 CFU). It is concluded that the formalin sprayed as much as 12% to litter every 1 week (D12F1), produced the best result to reduced littertotal bacteria, but had not decreated the ammonia litter.(Key words: Broiler chicken, Formalin, Litter, Total bacteria, Ammonia)
Karakteristik dan Kinerja Induk Sapi Silangan Limousin-Madura dan Madura di Kabupaten Sumenep dan Pamekasan (Characteristic and Performance of Limousin-Madura Grade and Madura Cows in Sumenep and Pamekasan Regencies) Hartatik, Tety; Mahardika, Dhany Azharinto; Widi, Tri Satya Mastuti; Baliarti, Endang
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The research was conducted to investigate the characteristic and performance of Limura grade and Madura cows. The research was conducted in Sumenep and Pamekasan Regencies East Java Province within the period of May until August 2008. The method being used was an interview method on the farmer as respondents, continued by observing the exterior characteristics and the cattle measurements. The data of exterior characteristic were analyzed bydescriptive patterns. The data of vital measurements of the body were analyzed by independent sample t-test. The result showed that the general characteristics Limura crossbred cows had a dominant color of a reddish brown, with thebuttock color was a reddish brown. The general characteristics Madura cows had a dominant color of a light red, with the buttock color was a white smear. The vital characteristics of Limura crossbred cows was higher than Madura cows,at the 2 to 4 years old group cows the result showed that girth of chest, height at hip of Limura crossbred cows were 172.63±2.33 cm; 125.07±1.40 cm. while those of Madura cows were 140.81±3.01 cm; 114.77±1.29 cm. At older than 4years old group cows the result showed that heart girth, height at hip of Limura crossbred cows were 172.85±4.12 cm; 126.15±1.84 cm. while those of Madura cows were 157.57±2.55 cm; 118.54±1.53 cm. The performance of Limuracrossbred cows and Madura cows related to calving interval were 15.90±0.47 vs 14.39±0.23 months. The result showed that the general characteristics Limura crossbred cows and Madura cows had a different color at the dominant color ofbody and the buttock color, and Limura crossbred cows had a vital characteristics size higher than Madura cows, but the Madura’s reproductive performance showed better than Limura crossbred cows.(Key words: Characteristics, Performance, Limura crossbred cows, Madura cows)
Kualitas Organoleptik Daging Kambing Lokal dengan Lama Pelayuan dan Cara Pemasakan yang Berbeda (Sensoring Quality of Lokal Goat Meat as Influenced by Different Length of Conditioning and Types of Cooking) Hafid, Harapin; Syam, Adnan
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The aim of this research was to study the effect of different length of conditioning time and types of cooking on sensory quality of meat from goats under traditional way of keeping in remote villages. The result of this research would lead to the ability to decide the better conditioning processes post slaughtering to increase meat quality. The research was done following a completely randomized design of 4x2 factorial, each combination of experimental treatment had three replications. The first factor was the length of conditioning (A), which were consisted of without conditioning (A0), three hour conditioning (A1), six hour conditioning (A2), and nine hour conditioning (A3). The second factor was the types of cooking (B) which were cooking by boiling (A1), and cooking by roasting (A2). Theresult from a panel test indicated that conditioning processes for nine hours had capable of increasing quality of local native goat meat especially on aroma, flavor, juiciness, and final pH, mean while in the case of tenderness it did notshow any affect of different length of conditioning and types of cooking. Better quality would be obtained when conditioning was done for nine hours in side refrigerator.(Key words: Goat meat conditioning, Type cooking, Sensory quality)
Kinerja Reproduksi Ternak Kuda Kerja di Kabupaten Bantul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta (Reproductive Performances of Working Mare at Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Province) Setyobudi, Arif; (Kustono), Kustono; Widayati, Diah Tri
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The experiment was conducted to determine reproductive performances of working mare at Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta Special Province. One hundred and fourten mares were used in the experiment coming from 94 respondens.Samples were collected from district of Sewon, Banguntapan and Pleret. The parameters observed were first mating age, service per conception (S/C), postpartum mating (PPM), foaling interval (F/I), body weight, working hours, andfeed consumption. The collected data were analyzed descriptively. The average of first mating age, service per conception (S/C), postpartum mating (PPM), foaling interval (FI) were 31.42±4.62 months, 2.85±0,81; 94.69±32.42days; 493.65 ± 43.01 days (ranged in 1-5 S/C; 35-180 days; 395-594 days); body weight, working hours, and feed consumption were 273.65±43.64 kg, 8 hours 11 minutes/day, 16.02±2.17 kg respectively. The conclusion of theexperiment were that the reproductive performances of working horse at Bantul Regency in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta is generally less than the normal performances reproductive of horse.(Key words: Reproduction performance, Working horse, Bantul Regency)
Sifat Fisik Daging Sapi, Kerbau dan Domba pada Lama Postmortem yang Berbeda (Physical Characteristics of Beef, Buffalo and Lamb Meat on Different Postmortem Periods) (Komariah), Komariah; Rahayu, Sri; (Sarjito), Sarjito
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Physical characteristic of meat is very important in processing since it will determine the quality and type of processing being made. Meat characteristics of each livestock may different, but it is thought to be the same. Society in general assess the characteristics of buffalo and lamb meat with reference to the  characteristics of beef, so that the processing of meat into processed meat products often have different outcomes. The aim of the experiment was to studythe physical characteristic (pH, water holding capasity, tenderness, and cooking loss) of beef, buffalo meat and lamb kept at the different by postmortem periods. The design used in experiment was a completely randomized design withfactorial pattern 2x3. The treatments were was postmortem periods (4 and 6 hours) and difference in kind of meat (beef, buffalo meat and lamb). The data was analysed by analysis of variance, and continued by Tukey test forsignificant value. The results showed that the kind of meat had a significant effect (P<0.05) on pH, water holding capacity, tenderness and cooking loss, while postmortem had significant effect (P<0.05) on pH and water holdingcapacity. The mean pH value of buffalo meat (6.05±0.36) was significantly (P<0.05) higher than pH value of beef (5.70±0.20) and lamb (5.99±0.11). The mean water holding capacity of beef was significantly (P<0.05) higher thanbuffalo meat and lamb. The mean shear force of beef (6.73±0.16 kg/cm2) and buffalo meat (6.53±0.38 kg/cm2) were significantly (P<0.05) higher than lamb (5.24±0.93 kg/cm2).(Key words: Physical characteristic, Postmortem, Beef, Buffalo, and Lamb meat)
Perbaikan Pakan Kambing Bligon Menggunakan Daun Ketela sebagai Suplemen (Feed Improvement of Bligon Goats Diet Using Cassava Leaf as Supplement) (Kustantinah), Kustantinah; Wibowo, Arif Nur; Hartadi, Hari
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Agricultural by-product, especially from cassava plants, can be found easily at all over Indonesia. Parts of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz) plant that can be used for animal feed are leaves, stem covering, tuber (in dry orwet condition, with or without skin). Cassava leaves cannot be used freely as animal feed, because of the persistence of anti-quality, i.e. Cyanide Acid (HCN) and tannin substance. Cassava leaves can be found easily in the dry season, whengenerally the presence of forage as ruminant’s diet is so limited. This research had to be done to observe potency of cassava leaves as supplement for Bligon goat’s diet. This research used 24 mature early pregnant Bligon goats. Thegoat divided into 3 treatments, those are : K as Control Diet (conventional diet which usually be given by the farmers); T1 or Treatment 1 (Control Diet+300 g cassava leaves); and T2 or Treatment 2 (Control Diet+260 g cassavaleaves+200 dried cassava tuber). The result showed that cassava leaves supplementation increased EE and TDN consumption. From total consumption, cassava leaves and dried cassava tuber increased DM, OM, CP, EE, and TDNdigestibility, but reduced CF digestibility. The effect of anti-coccidia didn’t appear optimally which shown by there was no significant differences of the amount of coccidian oocyste in the goat feces. However, the amount of coccidianoocyste in the feces reduced (1666.67 on the T1 and 2500 on the T2) as compare to those on the K (5000).(Key words: Bligon Goat, Cassava leaves, Feed Supplement, Coccidiostat)
Estimasi Kemauan Masyarakat Membayar Biaya Lingkungan: Studi Kasus pada Kandang Kelompok Kambing Peranakan Etawah di Desa Girikerto, Turi, Sleman (Estimation of the People Willingness to Pay Environmental Cost: Case Study at Etawah Crossbreed Goat Group F Kusumastuti, Tri Anggraeni; (Masyhuri), Masyhuri; Suryantini, Any
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The aims of this study was to analyze the kind of people willingness to pay and the factors affecting the existence of Etawah crossbreed goat group farm. Girikerto Village, Turi, Sleman was chosen as research site because it was thecenter of Etawah crossbreed goat village system in Sleman. Samples of 40 people at surrounding area were determined purposively based on residence distance to the village group system location. To analyze the relation between the willingness to pay of people and its affecting factors Ordinal Logit Regression Analysis methods were used with STATA software version 6.0. Aid in labor form has higher value than material physical aid. It was due to in social institution role of social capital in form of voluntary work very much influent the existence of village group system. Model estimation with Ordinal Logit Regression, indicated that education, total income, distance of residence to village group system, salak plantation area, and occupation type had positively significant effect on people willingness to pay, while based on marginal effect calculation, all independent variables indicated negative tendency or low appreciation from people toward environment.(Key words: The willingness to pay of people, Ordinal Logit, Social capital, Marginal effect)

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