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PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN DRIED DISTILLERS GRAIN WITH SOLUBLE (DDGS) PADA RANSUM BERENERGI RENDAH TERHADAP KARKAS, LEMAK ABDOMINAL, DAN HATI AYAM BROILER Indarto, Edwin; (Jamhari), Jamhari; Zahra, Fatimah; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal; (Kustantinah), Kustantinah
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The experiment was conducted to find out the effect of Dried Distillers Grain with Soluble (DDGS) with low energy diet on carcass, abdomen fat and liver of broiler throughout 35 days growing period. This experiment was conducted using 125 had of day old chick. The birds were randomly devided into five dietary treatments. Each dietary treatment was assigned to five replicate pens containing five chicks. The diets contained 0, 20, 30, 40 and 50% DDGS. At 35-days old, 25 birds were weighed and slaughtered, then the carcass, abdomen fat and liver were weighed. The data were analyzed by Oneway Anova. The Duncan`s New Multiple Range Test (DMRT) were used to analyze the differences between means. There were significant effects of DDGS level on carcass weight and percentage, abdomen fat and percentage, and liver weight. Carcass weight of broiler chicken of R 0, R 20, R 30, R 40 and R 50 were 625.40±55.38, 608.60±55.61, 568.20±123.87, 422.80±55.97, and 401.80±47.53 g, carcass percentage were 61.79±1.83, 61.70±2.78, 60.17±2.57, 57.19±2.22, and 56.68±3.61%, abdomen fat weight were 15.60±3.28, 15.00±4.00, 13.20±5.63, 5.60±3.28, and 4.20±2.86 g, abdomen fat percentage were 1.56±0.42, 1.53±0.46, 1.37±0.46, 0.77±0.47, and 0.61±0.42%, and liver weight were 22.20±2.94, 21.80±3.96, 20.80±0.89, 15.80±2.77, and 15.80±1.92 g, respectively. It is concluded that the use of DDGS up to 30% could maintain the carcass, but the use of 40% DDGS decreased carcass weight and percentage, as well as the abdomen fat and liver.(Key words: Dried Distillers Grain with Soluble, Broiler chicken, Carcass, Abdomen fat, Liver)
ANALISIS MOTIVASI BETERNAK SAPI POTONG BAGI PETERNAK LOKAL DAN TRANSMIGRAN SERTA PENGARUHNYA TERHADAP PENDAPATAN DI KECAMATAN KAIRATU, KABUPATEN SERAM BAGIAN BARAT Luanmase, Christian Manase; Nurtini, Sudi; Haryadi, F. Trisakti
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The study was conducted in Kairatu District, Seram Bagian Barat Regency district from July to September 2008. Materials used in this study were 96 respondents of local and transmigrant cattle beef farmers with questionnaires. The samples were drawn from 4 villages, consisting of 2 villages of local peoples and 2 villages of transmigrants using purposive sampling technique, while the 97 respondents consisted of 49 local and 47 transmigrant beef cattle farmers who were drawn using convenience sampling technique. The objectives of the study: 1) to find out the difference in the motivation and the characteristics of the local and the transmigrant farmers, 2) to investigate the impact of characteristics of the local and the transmigrant farmers on their motivation, 3) to investigate the impact of the characteristics of the local and the transmigrant farmers on their income, and 4) to investigate the correlation between breeding motivation and income. The variables measured in this study were breeding motivation, farmerscharacteristics and income. The data were collected and analyzed using software SPSS 17 to measure the breeding motivation level, the farmers’ characteristics and income. The results showed that the significant differences of characteristics between the local and the transmigrant farmers were age (P<0.01), education level (P<0.01), the braveness in risk taking (P<0.10), and working hours (P<0.05). The characteristics that had significant impact on the motivation were farming experience (P<0.05), number of dependants (P<0.05), width of agricultural land (P<0.10), and farmers’ dummy (P<0.01). The characteristics that had significant impact on income were age (P<0.05), educationlevel (P<0.05), farming experience (P<0.10), cattle beef ownership (P<0.05), and farmers’s dummy (P<0.05). The motivation of transmigrant farmers have positive relations to the income (P<0.10).(Key words: Breeding motivation, Farmers characteristics, Local farmers, Transmigrant farmers, Economic motif, Non-economic motif, Income)
KECERNAAN IN SACCO HIJAUAN LEGUMINOSA DAN HIJAUAN NON- LEGUMINOSA DALAM RUMEN SAPI PERANAKAN ONGOLE Hadi, Rendi Fathoni; (Kustantinah), Kustantinah; Hartadi, Hari
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This study was aimed to explore the optimum potential of forage and the degradation rate the rumen of nutrient of forage (legume and non legume) derived different forage fodder used farmers. Seven forages i.e. Gliricidia (GL),Manilkara (SW), Sesbania (TP), Ficus (BR), Calothyrsus (KL), Jackfruit (NG), and Cacao leaves (CO), were used in this experiment. Samples were incubated in the rumen of fistulated cattle with different time intervals, namely 2, 4, 8,12, 16, 24, 36, and 48 hours. The collected data were the nutrient digestibility residues in rumen, including dried matter (DM), organic matter (OM), crude protein (CP), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), and acid detergent fiber (ADF). Datawere analyzed using Completely Randomized Design (CRD). From the calculation of in sacco rumen, it was obtained the degradation theory (DT) values of DM : GL 60.06%; SW 34.78%; TP 73.96%; BR 41.40%; KL 43.80%; NG 43.67%; and CO 28.67%. From in sacco rumen calculation, it was obtained the DT values of OM : GL 59.13%; SW 32.74%; TP 73.07%; BR 42.83%; KL 44.18%; NG 45.04%; and CO 26.80%. Calculation of in sacco rumen showed the DT values of CP : GL 66.14%; SW 32.49%; TP 81.46%; BR 42.89%; KL 31.84%; NG 47.05%; and CO 29.46%. The calculation of in sacco rumen, it was obtained the DT values of NDF: GL 46.84%; SW 46.59%; TP 56.69%; BR 44.18%; KL 23.01%; NG 30.07%; and CO 55.43%. From the calculation of in sacco rumen, it was obtained the DTvalues of ADF: GL 61.27%; SW 43.95%; TP 56.53%; BR 40.11%; KL 21.08%; NG 44.66%; and CO 69.15%. There were significant differences (P<0.05) on the degradation of DM, OM, CP, NDF, and ADF. It is concluded that not all of legume has higher DT values of DM, OM, CP, NDF, and ADF fraction than non-legume. There is a tendency that the longer retention time in the rumen, the higher degradation rate.(Keywords: Legume, Non-legume, In sacco rumen)
KAJIAN STRATEGI DAN PROGRAM PERBAIKAN OPERASIONALISASI DARI MILK DISTRICT MODEL NESTLÉ DI JAWA TIMUR Nugroho, Bambang Ali
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The objective of this study was to explore the improvement of Nestle milk district model in East Java. Secondary data on dairy development in East Java was used to analyse internal and external factors. SWOT analysis method was used to evaluate existing condition of dairy development in East Java and to build a recomended strategy to improve milk district model. In simplest terms, setting up a milk district involved: a) negotiating agreements with farmers for twice-daily collection of their milk, b) installing chilling centers in the larger community and collection points in the villages or adapting existing collection infrastructure, c) arranging transportation from collection centers to the district’s factory, and d) implementing a program to improve milk quality. In reality building a milk district model is not core business or core competence of Nestle but its something absolutely necessary to be introduced. After this program have been introduced, the smallscale dairy farmers were capable to organise themselves to produce freshmilk. Nestle have introduced various insentive systems to support smallscale dairy farmers capacity to guarantee that they have self responsability in dairy farming activities have positive impacts on productivity, quality product and product safety, that all that aspects will give benefit to Nestle.(Key words: Milk district model, Dairy farmer, Dairy cooperative, Milk processing industry, Strategy, Program)
KINERJA KAMBING BLIGON YANG DIPELIHARA PETERNAK DI DESA GIRI SEKAR, PANGGANG, GUNUNGKIDUL Murdjito, Gatot; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta; (Panjono), Panjono; Ngadiyono, Nono; Baliarti, Endang
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This study was conducted to evaluate performances of Bligon goats kept by farmers at Giri Sekar village, Panggang sub-district, Gunungkidul as basic information for establising the village breeding centre program. The research was conducted for three months, starting from October to December 2010, located at Purwo Manunggal farmers’ group, Jerukan, Giri Sekar village, Panggang, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta. Twenty farmers were involved during the study to be interviewed, while their goats were measured regularly. The parameter of goat meausred in this research were pre weaning, weaning, does and buck. Interviewing the farmers was done using questionnaire. Interview, direct measurement were applied to collect all required informations. The data consisted of farmer’s background, possesion of goats and land, goats’ daily management, service per conception, litter size, post partum estrus, post partum mating, kidding intervals, and average daily gain. Qualitative data were analysed descriptively and presented as percentage, while quantitative data were analysed using Independent Sample T-test, presented as mean and its standard error. The results showed that majority of the farmers (37.9%) kept goat as main sources of income, while others were to saving (34.5%) and produce manure (27.6%). On average, the numbers of goat owned by the farmers was four heads, ranging from 1 to 7 heads. The average of service per conception (S/C), gestation period, litter size, post partum estrus, post partum mating and kidding intervals of Bligon were 1.23; 5.5 months; 1.74 head; 63.2 days; 95 days and 8.53 months, respectively. The average daily gain of male kid, young and adult Bligon goats were 0.15; 0.29and 0.27 kg/head/day, while for female Bligon gotas were 0.16; 0.26 and 0.15 kg/head/day, respectively. It is concluded that performances of Bligon goats was high in terms of litter size, post partum estrus, post partum mating, gestationperiod, kidding intervals and average daily gain.(Keywords: Performance, Bligon goats, Gunungkidul)
PERILAKU KONSUMEN DALAM PEMBELIAN BAKSO DI MALANG Hartono, Budi; Ningsih, Umi Wisapti; Septiarini, Nila Fithria
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The objective of this research were to analyzed the characteristics and the factors influencing the purchasing of meatballs in Malang. The research was conducted in Malang, East Java in March 2011. One hundred and twenty consumers were chosen as respondents by Accidental Sampling method. Data were analyzed by descriptive and factor analyses. The results showed that most customers were women, student status, with the age below 35 years old, and incomes level of IDR 1.000.000,00 into IDR 2.000.000,00 per month. The meatball`s price was affordable by the consumers. The meatball`s purchasing patterns showed that the meatball was consumed not as a main meal but only for culinary, hobby and also as snacks. The eight factors considered by consumers of meatball purchasing consecutively were price, social class, accessibility, parking, display presentation, satisfaction, income and demographics, respectively.(Key words: Consumer`s behavior, Considerance factor, Meatball)
PENGARUH KEMASAN TERHADAP KUALITAS DADIH SUSU SAPI (Miskiyah), Miskiyah; Broto, Wisnu
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Dadih is a traditional dairy product obtained from a fermentation of buffalo milk and usually packed using bamboo. The usage of bamboo for dadih packaging has limitation in transportation and storage life. This study aimed to examine the effect of packaging material to dadih quality produced from cow milk during storage. Experimental design used at this study was Completely Randomized Design with Factorial pattern (7 x 7). The first factor is packaging material that are bamboo; cup plastic pp; flexypack packaging; clay; flexypack packaging (with evacuation from bamboo); clay (with evacuation from bamboo); cup plastic pp (with evacuation from bamboo). The second factor is storage time (0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, and 24 days). Result showed that best packaging to cow milk dadih is flexypack and cup plastic pp. Cow milk dadih that was packed in flexypack and cup plastic pp had storage life up to 24 days at cold temperature (refrigerator). From the perspective of economic, cup plastic pp packaging showed most efficientpackaging. Characteristic of cow milk dadih packaged in cup plastic pp were total of titratable acid 1,60%; pH 3,88; viscocity 351,43 cPs; total solid 14,75%; water content 85,25%; ash content 0,90%; protein content 2,43%; fat content3,68%; total of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) at 8 x 1011 CFUs/g. Total LAB at dadih packaged in other kinds of packaging were >108 CFUs/ml. Organoleptic test showed that cup plastic pp packaging had excellence in tidiness attribute andconsumption amenity. Meanwhile, curd of dadih packaged in bamboo and flexypack had excellent at color and aroma. Clay packaging had excellence in mouthfell and texture. In general, the first priority of dadih choosen by panelist was cow milk dadih packed in clay packaging, bamboo treatment to flexypack packaging, and bamboo treatment to cup plastic pp.(Keyword: Dadih, Packaging, Quality)
PENILAIAN PELAKSANAAN PROGRAM PENGEMBANGAN AGRIBISNIS PETERNAKAN SAPI POTONG DI KABUPATEN SEKADAU, KALIMANTAN BARAT Wibowo, Mikael Heri Setiyo; Guntoro, Budi; Sulastri, Endang
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bjectives of this research were to analyze the characteristic of social demography of farmer’s participated in program and to carryout assessment. The implementation of agribusiness development program of beef cattle farmingin Sekadau Regency. This research was conducted from August until October 2009. One hundred and eight farmers participated in the program as respondents, selected by proportionate random sampling method, from five villages,locations of the program of livestock grant. Data of increasing population, number of investor, social demography characteristic of respondents and income contribution from beef cattle farming were analyzed by quantitative descriptive. Data of program implementation process, input and program implementation were analyzed by qualitative descriptive. Result showed that the beef cattle population increased about 152 heads and the investor increased about58 investors, respondent characteristics were age was 42.30±5.87 years old, majority of education level was on elementary school 43.52%, length of farming experience was 1.61±1,20 years, averages of cattle owning 1.88±1.05Livestock Unit (LU), the number of family support 3.36±1.15 head, and averages of time allocation of farming 0.078±0.082 HOK/LU/day, average income contribution from beef cattle farming was rangery from 8.21-24.09%.Program’s socialization in Sekadau Regency was not effective because many of the farmers had not fully understood about the objective and the implementation of the program, there was a distortion on the selection of farmers whoreceived livestock grant, farmer groups were not established based on the rule, were not involved members the arrangement of group business plan, breed determination and cattle specification, cattle’s specifications were not suitable with the condition. On the implementation step, there was a distortion of the fund, cattle specification and cost burden to the member, difference on mechanism of livestock grant revolving in each village. The increase of beefcattle population had not reached the determined target. It could be concluded that the implementation of agribusiness development program in Sekadau Regency has not been optimal.(Keywords: Social demography characteristic, Program implementation, Beef cattle)
KUALITAS EGGURT KERING DENGAN BAHAN DASAR SUSU DAN BERBAGAI MACAM BIJI-BIJIAN (Indratiningsih), Indratiningsih; (Nurliyani), Nurliyani; (Rihastuti), Rihastuti; Wahyuni, Endang; (Widodo), Widodo
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This study aimed to determine the chemical, sensory, and microbiological quality of eggurt that was mixed with various grains of sesame, green bean, and black soybean. The addition of grains starch was intended to improve thechemical and sensory quality, as well as to maintain the viability of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) during drying. Eggurt was prepared by fermented milk and albumen inoculated with 5% Lactobacillus bulgaricus and Streptococcusthermophillus (1:1) and incubated at 42°C to form a curd or the pH reached 4.5. Milk and albumen were pasteurized separately. Milk was pasteurized at temperature of 85°C for 30 minutes, while the albumen was pasteurized attemperature of 63°C for 5 minutes. Dried eggurt was produced by mixing of eggurt and blended grain with a ratio of 2:1, and then dried at 50oC for 16 hours. After dried, the eggurt products were then sampled for chemical, sensory andmicrobiological analysis. The results showed that eggurt mixed with sesame seeds had a highest score on texture (47.50), aceptability (43.06) and total lactic acid bacteria (5.67 log CFU/g) than eggurt mixed with black soybeans andgreen beans, while eggurt mixed with black soybean had a highest score (P<0.01) on acidity (43.85), fat (9.13%) and protein content (33.06%). There was no different effect between grain sources on degree of sweetness, lactoseconcentration, pH and acidity levels. It can be concluded that eggurt-sesame has the best sensory and microbiological quality, while the best chemical quality was obtained from eggurt-black soybeans.(Keywords: Quality, Dried eggurt, Milk, Sesame, Green beans, Black soybeans)
PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN DRIED DISTILLERS GRAIN WITH SOLUBLE (DDGS) PADA RANSUM BERENERGI RENDAH TERHADAP KARKAS, LEMAK ABDOMINAL, DAN HATI AYAM BROILER Indarto, Edwin; (Jamhari), Jamhari; Zahra, Fatimah; (Zuprizal), Zuprizal; (Kustantinah), Kustantinah
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The experiment was conducted to find out the effect of Dried Distillers Grain with Soluble (DDGS) with low energy diet on carcass, abdomen fat and liver of broiler throughout 35 days growing period. This experiment was conducted using 125 had of day old chick. The birds were randomly devided into five dietary treatments. Each dietary treatment was assigned to five replicate pens containing five chicks. The diets contained 0, 20, 30, 40 and 50% DDGS. At 35-days old, 25 birds were weighed and slaughtered, then the carcass, abdomen fat and liver were weighed. The data were analyzed by Oneway Anova. The Duncan`s New Multiple Range Test (DMRT) were used to analyze the differences between means. There were significant effects of DDGS level on carcass weight and percentage, abdomen fat and percentage, and liver weight. Carcass weight of broiler chicken of R 0, R 20, R 30, R 40 and R 50 were 625.40±55.38, 608.60±55.61, 568.20±123.87, 422.80±55.97, and 401.80±47.53 g, carcass percentage were 61.79±1.83, 61.70±2.78, 60.17±2.57, 57.19±2.22, and 56.68±3.61%, abdomen fat weight were 15.60±3.28, 15.00±4.00, 13.20±5.63, 5.60±3.28, and 4.20±2.86 g, abdomen fat percentage were 1.56±0.42, 1.53±0.46, 1.37±0.46, 0.77±0.47, and 0.61±0.42%, and liver weight were 22.20±2.94, 21.80±3.96, 20.80±0.89, 15.80±2.77, and 15.80±1.92 g, respectively. It is concluded that the use of DDGS up to 30% could maintain the carcass, but the use of 40% DDGS decreased carcass weight and percentage, as well as the abdomen fat and liver.(Key words: Dried Distillers Grain with Soluble, Broiler chicken, Carcass, Abdomen fat, Liver)

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