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Penggunaan Tepung Cacing Tanah (Lumbricus rubellus) sebagai Aditif Pakan terhadap Penampilan Produksi Ayam Pedaging, Profil Darah dan Kecernaan Protein (The Effect of Earthworm (Lumbricus rubellus) Meal as Feed Additive on Broiler Production Performance, Julendra, Hardi; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal; (Supadmo), Supadmo
Buletin Peternakan Vol 34, No 1 (2010): Buletin Peternakan Vol. 34 (1) Februari 2010
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The objective of this research was to study the use of earthworm meal (Lumbricus rubellus) (TCT) as feed additive on broiler performance, blood profile and protein digestibility. The experiment used 100 day old chicken of cobb strain (CP 707), for 35 days feeding trial. The birds were randomly divided into four dietary treatments (R0: without TCT addition, R1: 0.5% TCT addition, R2: 1% TCT addition, R3: 1.5% TCT addition) with five replications, wich consisted five chickens each. The experimental design used Completely Randomized Design (CRD) of one way ANOVA then continued with Duncan test. Performance test was conducted by recording body weight gain, feed consumption and feed efficiency. Blood profile test was obtained by counting the number of erythrocyte, leukocyte and lymphocytes, whereas protein digestibility test used the collection method of excreta and ileum content. The result showed that feed consumption of R1 (2,065 g), R2 (2,025.4 g), R3 (2,075.3 g) were significantly different (P<0.05) fromR0 (2,309.8 g), while the body weight gain were not different among treatments and FCR of R1 (1.78), R2 (1.78), R3 (1.78) were significantly different (P<0.05) from R0 (2.04). The result of blood profile test showed that the number oferythrocyte among treatments were not significantly different, the number of leukocyte of R1 (18,575 μl), R2 (18,200 μl), R3 (20,175 μl) were found significantly higher (P<0.05) than R0 (16,675 μl) and lymphocytes of R1 (22.7%), R2 (21.8%), R3 (23.6%) were significantly higher (P<0.05) than R0 (15.2%). Protein digestibility of R3 (91.69%) was significantly different (P<0.05) from R0 (81.75%), R1 (90.48%) and R2 (85.99%), while R1 (90.48%) was significantly different (P<0.05) from R0 (81.75%), but R2 (85.99%) was not significantly different from R0 (81.75%). It could be inferred that earthworm meal addition as feed additive could improved production performance of broiler, the poultry health through blood profile, and enhanced the protein digestibility.(Key words: Feed additive, Earthworm meal, Broiler)
Efisiensi Produksi Usaha Sapi Perah Rakyat (Studi Kasus pada Peternak Anggota Koperasi Usaha Peternakan dan Pemerahan Sapi Perah Kaliurang, Sleman, Yogyakarta) (Production Efficiency of Smallholder Dairy Cattle Farming (Case Study on The Farmer Members of Astuti, Melani; Widiati, Rini; Suranindyah, Yustina Yuni
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The objective of the study was to investigate rationality and allocative efficiency of the utilisation of production factors in smallholder dairy farmers. The study was conducted from June to August 2009 in the region of UPP Kaliurang cooperative, Sleman, Yogyakarta. There were forty respondents of smallholder dairy farmers taken by purposive sampling method. The primary data were taken from respondents and secondary data were from related institutions. Regression function of Cobb-Douglass model was used to determine the production factor which influenced milk production. Data were analysed based on unit/farmer. Coefficient of regression was estimated with Ordinary Least Square (OLS), further analysis was conducted by allocative efficiency. The result of this study showed that forage, concentrate, land owned/farmer, labor, number of livestock and percentage of lactating cows significantly affected the milk production (R2=0.78). Partially, percentage of lactating cows and total dairy cows had positive effect (P<0.01 and P<0.1) on the milk production of each farmer, however forage and concentrates did not affect the milk production. The result of allocative efficiency test showed that input consisted of forage and concentrates in this study have not achieved efficienly. Technically, the utilisation of production factors had not been rational, it was shown by the production elasticity (Ep) >1 (1.462).(Key words: Production of efficiency, Smallholder dairy farming, Factors of production)
Pengaruh Kombinasi Sagu Kukus (Metroxylon Spp) dan Tepung Keong Mas (Pomacea Spp) sebagai Pengganti Jagung Kuning terhadap Penampilan Itik Jantan Alabio, Mojosari dan Hasil Persilangannya (The Effect of Steaming Sago (Metroxylon Spp) and Golden Snail Meal Subhan, Ahmad; Yuwanta, Tri; Sidadolog, Jafendi Hasoloan Purba
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The aim of the experiment was to find out the effects of steaming sago (Metroxylon Spp) and golden snail meal (Pomacea Spp) combination for yellow corn substitution, on the performance of male Alabio, Mojosari, and their cross(MA). One hundred and ninety two young male ducks from the three breeds of 7 day old were assigned in 48 units of pens (4 ducks/pen). The experimental design was Completely Randomized Design with factorial (3x4) the first factorwas duck breeds (a) consisted of three duck breeds, Alabio, Mojosari, and Raja ducks, and the second factor was the type of ration of: R0 (control/100% basal ration), R1 (basal ration + 13% steaming sago and 2% golden snail flour), R2(basal ration + 26% steaming sago and 4% golden snail flour) and R3 (basal ration + 39% steaming sago and 6% golden snail flour). All treatments were repeated four times. The observed variables were the performance of ducks(body weight, body weight gain, ration consumption, and feed conversion ratio). The results indicated that breed had significant effects (P<0.05) on body weight, body weight gain, and ration conversion. Meanwhile, types of feed hadsignificant effects (P<0.05) on feed consumption, body weight gain, and final body weight. It was concluded that the combination of steaming sago and golden snail meal up to 45% of the ration could replace the need for yellow corn assource of energy without affecting the performance of male ducks of 1–8 weeks old. Cross male ducks were better than male Alabio and Mojosari ducks because they were more efficient in converting ration in to meat which resulting inhigher body weight gain.(Key words: Steaming sago, Golden snail flour, Male ducks, Performance)
Pengaruh Penambahan Crude Tannin pada Sperma Cair Kambing Peranakan Ettawa yang Disimpan Selama 14 Hari terhadap Viabilitas Spermatozoa (The Effect of Crude Tannin Addition to Liquid Semen of Ettawa Crossbred Goat on The Viability of Spermatozoa During 14 Putranti, Oktora Dwi; (Kustono), Kustono; (Ismaya), Ismaya
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This study was aimed to obtain viability of Ettawa Crossbred spermatozoa into day 14th on with the addition of crude tannin (CT). The design used was one-way completely randomized design with five replications and five treatments. The data of value identified sperm were analyzed descriptively. Sperm quality data were analyzed using one way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Tukey-W-test procedure. The results showed that the sperm quality characteristics were as the followed: volume 1.4+0.42 ml; pH 6.84+0.27; creamy milk color; consistency thick; motility ++ and concentration (328.8+80.74) x 107/ml semen.  Spermatozoa viability were K0 (control) 29.89+16.52%; K1 (CT 2.5%) 65.33+8.95%; K2 (CT 5%) 58.20+12.4%; K3 (CT 10%) 52.61+15.34%; and K4 (CT 20%) 47.84+13.84%. It was concluded that the addition of 2.5% crude tannin gave significant effect on viability of Ettawa Crossbred spermatozoa during 14 days storage, whereas addition of 20% crude tannin had caused low percentage of live spermatozoa.(Key words: Spermatozoa, Crude tannin, Viability)
Pertumbuhan dan Produksi Karkas Sapi Peranakan Ongole dan Simmental Peranakan Ongole Jantan yang Dipelihara secara Feedlot (Growth and Carcass Production of Ongole Crossbred Cattle and Simmental Ongole Crossbred Cattle Reared in a Feedlot System) de Carvalho, Mateus da Cruz; (Sueparno), Soeparno; Ngadiyono, Nono
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The purpose of the experiment was to determine the growth and carcass production of Ongole grade cattle (PO) and Simmental Ongole (SimPO) crossbred cattle kept in a feedlot system. Six PO cattle and six SimPO crossbredcattle with the respective initial body weight of PO 315.6±39.46 kg and SimPO 368.3±17.81 kg, were kept for 3 months and fed with concentrates, elephant grass, soybean hulls and cassava. At the end of treatment all cattle wereslaughtered. The observed variables included feed consumption, feed digestibility, daily weight gain, feed conversion, feed cost per gain, blood urea and blood glucose levels, carcass cuts weight, carcass yield, carcass percentage, carcasscomponent, and meat-bone ratio. The obtained data were analyzed using the t-test. The treatments significantly affected carcass weight and carcass percentage (P<0.05), but it did not affect on feed consumption, feed digestibility, average daily gain, feed conversion, feed cost per gain, blood urea and blood glucose levels, carcass component, and meat-bone ratio. In conclusion, the SimPO crossbred had higher carcass weight and carcass percentage, and the feed cost per gain more efficient compared to PO cattle.(Key words: Growth, Carcass, Ongole grade cattle, Simmental Ongole Crossbred cattle, Feedlot)
Pengaruh Penambahan Chorionic Gonadotrophin pada Medium Maturasi terhadap Kemampuan Maturasi, Fertilisasi, dan Perkembangan Embrio secara In Vitro Kambing Peranakan Ettawa (The Effect of Chorionic Gonadotrophin Addition Into Maturation Medium on The Abili Adifa, Nurvina Septi; Astuti, Pudji; Widayati, Diah Tri
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This research was conducted to investigate the effect of chorionic gonadotrophin addition into maturation medium on oocyte maturation, fertilization, and embryo development in vitro of Ettawa crossbred. Oocytes were divided into 3 groups, group I: maturation medium without addition of chorionic gonadotrophin (0), group II: 10 μl/10 ml chorionic gonadotrophin was added into maturation medium (1), group III: 20 μl/10 ml chorionic gonadotrophin was added into maturation medium (2). Oocytes were transferred into 50 μl maturation medium, then covered by mineral oil. Oocyte was incubated at 39oC, 5% CO2, 95% humidity for 24 hours for maturation. Matured oocytes were inseminated with frozen semen–thawed concentration 12.5 x 106/ml. Process of fertilization were carried out on incubator 39oC, 5% CO2, 95% humidity for 5 hours. The fertilized oocytes were transferred into 50 μl drop G–1, then incubated at 39oC, 5% CO2, 95% humidity. Embryo development was monitored every 24 hours. Culture medium was changed every 48 hours. G–2 medium used second day after culture. The variables measured involved oocyte maturation, fertilization, and in vitro cleavage rate. The data were analyzed by chi–square, using SPSS 15.0 program. The result showed no significant difference on the percentage of mature oocytes and fertilization rate were 78.0%, 72.8%, 75.0% and 76.6%, 74.5%, 77.8% respectively. But cleavage rate showed significant difference (P≤0.05) withthe values of 40.8%, 11.4%, and 12.2% respectively. Based on the result it could be concluded that chorionic gonadotrophin addition into maturation medium had not increased ettawa crossbred oocytes maturation, fertilization, and in vitro cleavage rate. The best maturation, fertilization, and in vitro cleavage rate were found using maturation medium without any addition of chorionic gonadotrophin.(Key words: Does oocyte, Chorionic gonadotrophin, In vitro maturation, In vitro fertilization, In vitro embryo development)
Kinerja Kerbau Betina di Pulau MOA, Maluku (The Productivity of Female Buffaloes at MOA Island, Maluku) Pipiana, Justinus; Baliarti, Endang; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta
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The objectives of the study was to identify the existence, productivity, reproductive performances and its relation on the reproductive efficiency, body measurements and weight of female buffalo at Moa island, Maluku Barat Dayaregency, Maluku province. There were 96 farmers used as respondents, 222 female buffaloes and secondary data from Agricultural Department in that area that were observed. Survey method and descriptive analysis were applied tocollect all of information required. Body measurement was accompleted by direct measurement on the body, consisted of body length, withers height, chest depth, heart girth, rump height, rump width, and ages of buffaloes evaluated. Theresults showed that reproduction efficiency (RE) was 70.91±10.84%. Body measurements and weight of female buffaloes at 2-3 year old were body length 88.92±9.94 cm; heart girth 136.69±21.05 cm; withers height 94.77±7.23 cm;rump height 44.77±5.54 cm; and body weight 192.46±29.12 kg. At 3-4 years old of female buffaloes, the body length, heart girth, withers height, rump height, chest depth, rump width and body weight were 106,21±4,19 cm; 163.61±16.40cm; 110.03±6.14 cm; 109.08±5.88 cm; 65.58±6.69 cm; 46.82±4.62 cm; and 253.45±30.79 kg, respectively. At 4-5 year old, the body length, heart girth, withers height, rump height, chest depth, rump width, and body weight of females buffaloes were 116.14±10.98 cm; 174.04±12.12 cm; 115.07±3.23 cm; 113.07±3.74 cm; 67.36±7.44 cm; 48.07±3.74 cm; and 270,42±27,24 kg, respectively, while for female buffaloes of more than 5 year old, were 121.44±12.22 cm; 180.01±16.63 cm; 120.19±3.76; 119.49±13.74 cm; 79.40±5.52 cm; 58.72±4.88 cm; and 292.09±29.76 kg. It was concluded that productivity of female buffaloes at Moa island have not optimalet, but it has good performances which can be further developed.(Key words: Productivity, Female Buffaloes, Moa Island)
Stimulasi Laser sebagai Alternatif untuk Induksi Estrus pada Kambing Bligon (Laser Stimulation as an Alternative for Estrus Induction on Bligon Goats) Bintara, Sigit
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Reproduction is a very important factor in maintaining livestock productivity. For better reproductivity, estrus induction is one of very important ways to be performed. Estrus induction is usually performed with hormonal method,such as application of PGF2α, but the disadvantage is that it is relatively expensive. For this reason, it is necessary to promote technological breakthrough to lower cost of estrus induction. The aim of this study was to know whether laserstimulation on the points of reproductive acupuncture could be performed for estrus induction on Bligon goats, as it is usually performed with hormonal method. Fourteen female Bligon goats aged 2 years old were randomly divided into two groups, each group consisted of 7 goats. Group I was stimulated with laser and group II was injected with 1.25 mg per head of PGF2α. Laser stimulation was conducted for 10 seconds on each point of acupuncture on day 1, 2, and 3, and was repeated on day 11, 12, and 13. PGF2α injection was performed on day 1 and was repeated on day 11. The observed variables were the percentage of estrus, onset of estrus, estrus duration and progesterone level when estrus occurred after the second estrus induction. The results of the study showed that laser stimulation for estrus induction did not indicate significant difference compared to PGF2α injection, in terms of the percentage of goats undergoingestrus, onset of estrus and the estrus duration. It was concluded that laser stimulation could be used for estrus induction on Bligon goats.(Key words: Laser, Estrus induction, Bligon goats)
Kualitas Fisik dan Sensoris Daging Ayam Broiler yang Diberi Pakan dengan Penambahan Ampas Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) (Physical and Sensory Quality of Meat of Broiler Chicken Fed with The Addition of Virgin Coconut Oil Waste) Prayitno, Agus Hadi; Suryanto, Edi; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal
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The experiment was conducted to evaluate physical and sensory quality of meat of broiler chicken fed diets with addition of VCO waste. One hundred and twenty five DOC’s unsex Arbor Acres strain CP 707 were randomly dividedinto 25 groups containing five birds each. There were five dietary treatments and five cages in each treatment for replication. Chickens were raised for 35 days. Levels of VCO waste in feed treatments were: 0, 0.5, 1.0, 1.5, and 2.0%.Drinking water and feed were given ad libitum. For the first week, birds were fed BR1, afterward dietary treatments were given until the end of the experiment and then they were slaughtered. Meat samples (Pectoralis superficialis) weretaken to determine the physical and sensory quality of meat. The data of physical quality were analysed by the analysis variance of completely randomized design, whereas data of sensorial quality were analysed by the analysis of nonparametric test of Hedonic Kruskal-Wallis. The results showed that addition of VCO waste level increased pH value and water-holding capacity and decreased cooking loss and tenderness of meat of broiler chicken. However, sensorialtest indicated that VCO waste addition did not affect color, taste, texture, juiciness, tenderness, and acceptability of meat of broiler chicken. It could be concluded that the addition of VCO waste in the ration improved the physicalquality of broiler meat.(Key word: Chicken broiler meat, Physical quality, Sensory, VCO waste)
Penggunaan Tepung Cacing Tanah (Lumbricus rubellus) sebagai Aditif Pakan terhadap Penampilan Produksi Ayam Pedaging, Profil Darah dan Kecernaan Protein (The Effect of Earthworm (Lumbricus rubellus) Meal as Feed Additive on Broiler Production Performance, Julendra, Hardi; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal; (Supadmo), Supadmo
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The objective of this research was to study the use of earthworm meal (Lumbricus rubellus) (TCT) as feed additive on broiler performance, blood profile and protein digestibility. The experiment used 100 day old chicken of cobb strain (CP 707), for 35 days feeding trial. The birds were randomly divided into four dietary treatments (R0: without TCT addition, R1: 0.5% TCT addition, R2: 1% TCT addition, R3: 1.5% TCT addition) with five replications, wich consisted five chickens each. The experimental design used Completely Randomized Design (CRD) of one way ANOVA then continued with Duncan test. Performance test was conducted by recording body weight gain, feed consumption and feed efficiency. Blood profile test was obtained by counting the number of erythrocyte, leukocyte and lymphocytes, whereas protein digestibility test used the collection method of excreta and ileum content. The result showed that feed consumption of R1 (2,065 g), R2 (2,025.4 g), R3 (2,075.3 g) were significantly different (P<0.05) fromR0 (2,309.8 g), while the body weight gain were not different among treatments and FCR of R1 (1.78), R2 (1.78), R3 (1.78) were significantly different (P<0.05) from R0 (2.04). The result of blood profile test showed that the number oferythrocyte among treatments were not significantly different, the number of leukocyte of R1 (18,575 μl), R2 (18,200 μl), R3 (20,175 μl) were found significantly higher (P<0.05) than R0 (16,675 μl) and lymphocytes of R1 (22.7%), R2 (21.8%), R3 (23.6%) were significantly higher (P<0.05) than R0 (15.2%). Protein digestibility of R3 (91.69%) was significantly different (P<0.05) from R0 (81.75%), R1 (90.48%) and R2 (85.99%), while R1 (90.48%) was significantly different (P<0.05) from R0 (81.75%), but R2 (85.99%) was not significantly different from R0 (81.75%). It could be inferred that earthworm meal addition as feed additive could improved production performance of broiler, the poultry health through blood profile, and enhanced the protein digestibility.(Key words: Feed additive, Earthworm meal, Broiler)

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