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Performans Induk Sapi Silangan Simmental – Peranakan Ongole dan Induk Sapi Peranakan Ongole dengan Pakan Hijauan dan Konsentrat (Performance of Simmental – Ongole Crossbred Cow and Ongole Crossbred Cow Fed with Forage and Concentrate Feed) Endrawati, Eny; Baliarti, Endang; Budi, Subur Priyono Sasmito
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The purposed of the study was to identify performances of Simmental – Ongole Crossbred (SIMPO) cow and Ongole Crossbred (PO) cow fed with forage and concentrate feed. This experiment was carried out at Laboratory ofMeat, Draught, and Companion Animals, Faculty of Animal Science, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta on May 16th to July 24th 2009. Six SIMPO cows with initial body weight of 352±47 kg and ten PO cows with initial body weightof 295±60 kg aged 3-4 years was used in the experiments. They were fed with elephant grasses and concentrate feds (60:40/DM basis) as much as 3% of body weight (DM basis). Data collected were dry matter, organic matter, crudeprotein and total digestible nutrients intakes, dry matter, organic matter, and crude protein digestibilities, body condition score and estrus cycles. Experimental design used was Completely Randomized Design (CRD). The dataoptained showed that feed intake of dry matter, organic matter, crude protein, and TDN on SIMPO were higher (P<0.01) than PO (13.99±2.64 kg/head/day vs 10.95±1.03 kg/head/day; 11.74±2.21 kg/head/day vs 9.17±0.87kg/head/day; 1.63±0.29 kg/head/day vs 1.28±0.11 kg/head/day; 7.53±1.41 kg/head/day vs 6.17±0.60 kg/head/day respectively), whereas there were no significant differences on the nutrient intake expressed in metabolic body weight(0.16±0.02 kgMBW vs 0.14±0.02 kgMBW; 0.13±0.02 kgMBW vs 0.12±0.02 kgMBW; 0.018±0.002 kgMBW vs 0.02±0.002 kgMBW; 0.09±0.01 kgMBW vs 0.08±0.01 kgMBW) respectively. There were no difference both on drymatter, organic matter, crude protein digestibility (70.83±3.26% vs 65.36±2.19%; 72.38±3.08% vs 67.10±2.15%; 79.48±2.29% vs 75.79±2.17%), and so were in the case of BCS, and estrus cycles in SIMPO and PO cow. It is concluded that based on the metabolic body weight and feed digestibility, between SIMPO and PO cows were similar.(Key words: Performance, Cow, Simmental – Ongole Crossbred cow, Ongole Crossbred cow, Forage, Concentrate)
Pengaruh Persepsi Konsumen Terhadap Atribut Produk pada Sikap Terhadap Produk dan Niat Pembelian Ulang : Studi Empirik Pengambilan Keputusan pada Kategori Produk Daging Olahan Beku (The Effect of Consumer Perception on Product Attributes to Attitude Towar Ahmadi, Antofany Yusticia; Syahlani, Suci Paramitasari; Haryadi, F. Trisakti
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The objectives of the study were to measure the influence of product attribute perception to attitude toward product, the effect of attitude toward product to repeat purchase intention and to confirm that attitude toward product isa mediating variable between effect in relationship of product attribute perception to repeat purchase intention. One hundred (100) housewives determined by judgmental sampling method were used in the study. The criterion ofrespondent selected was that he/she has a role as food buying decision maker. Data were analyzed by simple and multiple regression analysis. The results indicated that perception on product attribute had significant effect onattitudes toward product and attitude toward product influenced repeat purchase intention. The study showed that 36.5% attitude toward product can be explained by consumer product attribute perception, while 61.6% repeat purchase intention can be explained by attitude toward product. Study also confirmed that attitude toward product attribute was a fully mediating variable relationship of attitude and purchase intention.(Key words: Perception, Attitude, Repeat purchase intention)
Produksi dan Komposisi Susu Kambing Peranakan Ettawa yang Diberi Suplemen Daun Katu (Sauropus androgynus (L.) Merr) pada Awal Masa Laktasi (Milk Production and Milk Composition of Ettawa Crossbred Goat, Fed Katu Leaves (Sauropus androgynus (L.) Merr) as Marwah, Marini Putri; Suranindyah, Yustina Yuni; Murti, Tridjoko Wisnu
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This experiment was aimed to evaluate the effect of katu leaves as feed supplement on milk production and milk composition of Ettawa Crossbred goat during early lactation. The experiment was conducted in the village of Kemirikebo, Girikerto, Turi, Sleman started from June, 27 until August, 27 2009. The experiment used 8 pregnant goats weighing 36 to 55 kg. The goats were divided into 2 treatments, those were control and treatment groups. The goats incontrol group received basal feed as much as 10% dry matter of body weight, consisted of calliandra and concentrates with a ratio of 9 to 1 respectively. The treated goats were fed with the same basal feed as those in the control group andsupplemented with katu leaves at 0,06% of bodyweight. The examination was conducted to collect data on feed intake, milk production, composition of colostrum and milk. Data were statistically analyzed with T-test. The result showed that katu leaves supplementation as much as 0,06% of body weight was able to increase protein level of colostrum significantly but had no significant effect on feed intake, milk production, and milk composition.(Key words: Ettawa Crossbred goat, Katu leaves, Milk production and composition)
Pengaruh Pencucian Sperma dengan Lama Waktu Sentrifugasi yang Berbeda Terhadap Kualitas Sperma Kambing Bligon (Effect of Sperm Washing with Different Centrifugation Duration on Sperm Quality of Bligon Buck) Bintara, Sigit
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The objective of the experiment was to examine the effect of sperm washing using SpermRinse with different centrifugation duration (15, 20, and 25 minutes) on the quality of Bligon spermatozoa. Sperm was collected usingartificial vagina from six bucks of 2 (two) year olds. Data were collected for motility, viability, and abnormality of the spermatozoa. Characteristics of the fresh sperm were analyzed based on mean and deviation standard, and followed by Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test (DMRT). The results showed that washing Bligon buck sperm using SpermRinse with different centrifugation times had very significant effect (P≤0.01) on the motility, viability, and abnormality ofspermatozoa. It is concluded that washing Bligon buck sperm using SpermRinse with centrifugation at 1.500 rpm (r = 5.5 cm) could increased sperm quality, of which 20 minutes was the best centrifugation time.(Key word: Bligon Buck, Sperm, SpermRinse, Sperm quality)
Kualitas Bakso Daging Sapi Peranakan Ongole yang Diberi Pakan Basal Tongkol Jagung dan Undegraded Protein dalam Complete Feed (The Quality of Meatball Made From Meat of Ongole Crossbred Fed Corncob Basal Diet and Undegraded Protein in Complete Feed) Berutu, Karina Mia; Suryanto, Edi; Utomo, Ristanto
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The experiment was conducted to determine the chemical composition, physical and organoleptic quality of meatballs made from meat of Ongole Crossbred (PO) fed corncob basal feed and undegraded protein in complete feed.Twelve PO cattle were divided into 3 treatment groups of forage and concentrate (P1), complete feed (P2), and complete feed and undegraded protein (P3). At the end of experiment, nine cattle PO were slaughtered and the meat ofLongissimus dorsi (LD) and Biceps femoris (BF) muscles were used for making meatballs. The meatball was then used for chemical, physical and organoleptical tests. The data of chemical and physical quality were analyzed by analysis ofvariance Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) and the significant means different were further tested by Duncans New Multiple Range Test. Organoleptic characteristics of data non-parametric statistics were analyzed withthe Kruskal-Wallis method. The results showed that the type of muscle did not significantly affect water content, protein content, pH and water binding capacity, except fat and tenderness of meatball. The fat content of LD meatball (2.57%)was lower than BF meatball (2.66%), whereas the tenderness of LD meatball (14.95 mm) was higher than BF meatball (11.93 mm). The feed treatment significantly affected (P<0.01) water, fat, protein content and pH of meatball.Meatballs of P1, P2, and P3 groups contained moisture of 66.07, 66.36, and 68.57%, crude fat of 2.59, 2.62, and 2.63%, crude protein of 12.41, 13.48, and 13.90%, pH 6.76, 6.30, and 6.01 respectively. The statistical tests oforganoleptic quality of meatballs and feed treatment showed that there was significant different (P<0.01) of color, flavor, texture, and tenderness. LD and BF meatballs had scores of color 2.63 and 2.58, flavor 2.55 and 2.68, texture2.90, and 2.62, and tenderness 2.60 and 2.97 respectively. P1, P2, and P3 meatballs had scores of color 2.51, 2.56, and 2.73, flavor 2.94, 2.44, and 2.45, texture 3.09, 2.76, and 2.43, and tenderness 2.85, 2.77, and 2.74 respectively. It could be concluded that the feed treatment significantly affected the organoleptic quality of meatball such as color, flavor, texture, and tenderness.(Key words: PO cattle bred, Complete feed, Undegraded protein, Meatballs quality)
Penambahan Berbagai Aras Selenium untuk Menurunkan Merkuri dalam Rumput yang Ditanam pada Tanah di Sekitar Pabrik Tekstil (Selenium Addition Level to Reduce Mercury in The Grass Planted on The Soil Adjacent to Textile Factory) Sariri, Ahimsa Kandi; Soetrisno, R. Djoko; Budi, Subur Priyono Sasmito
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The study was conducted to determine the level of Se that influenced the absorption of Hg by grasses and todetermine the optimal level of Se to reduce Hg absorption. Two species of grasses namely Panicum muticum andPennisetum purpureum, and 4 levels of Se namely 0, 1, 2, and 3 ppm, with 5 replications of each treatments were usedin this study. The experimental design was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD). Parameters measured were N total(Kjeldahl method), available P (Bray II method), exchangeable K (K in water method), Hg and Se content of the soil (AAS method). Samples of the forage were analyzed the Hg, Se, digestibility and crude protein (CP) content. Results ofthe study showed that species of grasses, level of Se and its interaction significantly (P<0.01) affected Hg content of the soil, Se and crude protein content of the forages. Level of Se significantly (P<0.01) affected Hg content of the forages while Se concentration on the soil were not afftected by level of Se but affected by spesies of grasses and interaction between level Se and spesies of grasses. Hg content of the soil (12.45 ppb) decreased after Panicum muticum cultivation (3.599 ppb) and however, they were significantly (P<0.01) different with the Hg content of the soil cultivated by Pennisetum purpureum (0.52 ppb). Hg contens of the Panicum muticum and Pennisetum purpureum were not detected under 0.54 ppb. Se contents of the soil increased after Panicum muticum cultivation (1.395 ppm) and were significant (P<0.01) different with cultivated by Pennisetum purpureum (1.585 ppm) also Se contents of the forages. Highest crude protein contents of the forages at the level Se 2 ppm for Panicum muticum (6.55%) and Pennisetum purpureum (6.88%). Conclusion of the study is addition of Se influence Hg absorbtion and level Se 2 ppm can be given to get thebest forages quality.(Key words : Selenium, Mercury, Panicum muticum, Pennisetum purpureum)
Produksi Biogas dari Campuran Feses Sapi dan Ampas Tebu (Bagasse) dengan Rasio C/N yang Berbeda (Biogas Production from Mixture of Dairy Manure and Bagasse with Different C/N Ratio) Saputra, Trisno; Triatmojo, Suharjono; Pertiwiningrum, Ambar
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he experiment was conducted to determine biogas quality produced from mixture of dairy manure and bagasse with different C/N ratio level, and to know the optimal mixture ratio. There were three group treatments based on C/Nratio level : C/N ratio 22, 30, and 35 with three replications each. Nine units of 20 litre batch-feeding digesters were used during 30 days examination. The main data were BOD, COD, pH and VFA values, total biogas volume, andmethane value. C/N ratio of dairy manure and bagasse was 22, 12, and 198. Dry matter mixture was 7%. BOD value was decreased 54.33%, 27.89%, and 42.86%, COD value was decreased 35.85%, 8.29%, and 27.88% and biogas wasproduced as much as 29.42 litre, 68.51 litre, and 114.73 litre by each treatment with methane values of 24.16%, 27.5%, and 23.38%. VFA value were 27.19 ml mol, 27.86 ml mol, and 30.73 ml mol respectively during operation. BOD andCOD value decrease, pH value, biogas temperature, and total biogas volume was different among treatment. The optimal mixture was C/N ratio 30 treatment. The results indicated that bagasse could be used as material mixture in biogas production.(Key words : Biogas, Dairy manure, Bagasse, C/N ratio, Methane)
Perubahan Anti Nutrisi pada Silase Buah Semu Jambu Mete sebagai Pakan dengan menggunakan Berbagai Aras Tepung Gaplek dan Lama Pemeraman (Change of Antinutritive Value of Chestnut Fruit (Anacardium occidentale) Silage in Combination with Various Level of Koten, Bernadete Barek
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The objective of this experiment was to evaluate antinutritive value of chestnut fruit silage in combination with various level of cassava meal addition and time of fermentation. The study was conducted for 8 month at Ratulodongcountryside, district of Tanjung Bunga and at Nutrition and Fodder Laboratory. This experiment was conducted in 2 treatment factors with 3 replication. The first factor was various level of cassava meal e.i. 0, 3, 6, and 9%, and thesecond factor was time of fermentation e.i. 20, 40, and 60 days. The result showed that silage technonogy with various cassava meal level and fermentation time significantly (P<0.01) decreased antinutritive value of chestnut fruit. Tannincontent decreased in line with increasing level of cassava meal and time of fermentation. Higher tannin at 0% cassava meal with fermentation time of 20 days (0.35%), and lower at 3% cassava meal with fermentation time of 40 days(0.06%). The highest phytic acid content at 9% cassava meal with fermentation time of 40 days (5.48%), and the lowest at 6% cassava meal with fermentation time of 20 days (2.38%). Tannin and phytic acid content were decreased duringfermentation process and lower than fresh fruit chestnut. It could be concluded that silage technonogy could be applied at chestnut fruit. This technology increased the benefit of chestnut fruit as feed ingredient because it decreasedantinutritive value. The lowest antinutritive value at 0% cassava meal with fermentation time of 60 days.(Key words: Silage, Chestnut fruit, Cassava meal, Fermentation time, Tannin, Phytic acid)
Analisis Faktor - Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Konsumen dalam Membeli Produk Susu Pasteurisasi Kabupaten Kudus (Analysis of Factors Influence Consumer’s Purchasing of Pasteurization of Milk at District Kudus) Hartono, Budi; Utami, Hari Dwi; Amanatullaili, Nova
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The objectives of this study was to investigate factors influence consumer decision making in purchasing pasteurized milks and to examine factors that influence consumer decision to buy its. The study was conducted at Kota subdistrict, Kudus district with consumer`s of milk pasteurization as respondents. This study was carried out in January 2010. One hundred buyers were chosen as respondent by accidental sampling method. Data were analyzed using canonical correlation. The results showed that respondents had in complex decision making and brand loyalty types. The result also indicated that factors such as demography consumer`s, motivation of needs and desired, culture, factor of group, factor of quality facility and promotion had influence the consumer`s purchasing of pasteurized milk.(Key word: Consumer purchase decision, Canonical correlation analysis, Milk pasteurization)
Performans Induk Sapi Silangan Simmental – Peranakan Ongole dan Induk Sapi Peranakan Ongole dengan Pakan Hijauan dan Konsentrat (Performance of Simmental – Ongole Crossbred Cow and Ongole Crossbred Cow Fed with Forage and Concentrate Feed) Endrawati, Eny; Baliarti, Endang; Budi, Subur Priyono Sasmito
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The purposed of the study was to identify performances of Simmental – Ongole Crossbred (SIMPO) cow and Ongole Crossbred (PO) cow fed with forage and concentrate feed. This experiment was carried out at Laboratory ofMeat, Draught, and Companion Animals, Faculty of Animal Science, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta on May 16th to July 24th 2009. Six SIMPO cows with initial body weight of 352±47 kg and ten PO cows with initial body weightof 295±60 kg aged 3-4 years was used in the experiments. They were fed with elephant grasses and concentrate feds (60:40/DM basis) as much as 3% of body weight (DM basis). Data collected were dry matter, organic matter, crudeprotein and total digestible nutrients intakes, dry matter, organic matter, and crude protein digestibilities, body condition score and estrus cycles. Experimental design used was Completely Randomized Design (CRD). The dataoptained showed that feed intake of dry matter, organic matter, crude protein, and TDN on SIMPO were higher (P<0.01) than PO (13.99±2.64 kg/head/day vs 10.95±1.03 kg/head/day; 11.74±2.21 kg/head/day vs 9.17±0.87kg/head/day; 1.63±0.29 kg/head/day vs 1.28±0.11 kg/head/day; 7.53±1.41 kg/head/day vs 6.17±0.60 kg/head/day respectively), whereas there were no significant differences on the nutrient intake expressed in metabolic body weight(0.16±0.02 kgMBW vs 0.14±0.02 kgMBW; 0.13±0.02 kgMBW vs 0.12±0.02 kgMBW; 0.018±0.002 kgMBW vs 0.02±0.002 kgMBW; 0.09±0.01 kgMBW vs 0.08±0.01 kgMBW) respectively. There were no difference both on drymatter, organic matter, crude protein digestibility (70.83±3.26% vs 65.36±2.19%; 72.38±3.08% vs 67.10±2.15%; 79.48±2.29% vs 75.79±2.17%), and so were in the case of BCS, and estrus cycles in SIMPO and PO cow. It is concluded that based on the metabolic body weight and feed digestibility, between SIMPO and PO cows were similar.(Key words: Performance, Cow, Simmental – Ongole Crossbred cow, Ongole Crossbred cow, Forage, Concentrate)

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