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PENGARUH PEMBERIAN JAGUNG KUNING FERMENTASI DENGAN SUPLEMENTASI POLYUNSATURATED FATTY ACID (PUFA) DAN L-KARNITIN TERHADAP DAYA TETAS TELUR PUYUH Putri, Ayu Siswoyo; (Sudibya), Sudibya; Dewanti, Ratih
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The aim of the research was to evaluate the effect of feeding fermented yellow corn with polyunsaturated fatty acid and L-Karnitin supplementation on the hatchability of quail (Coturnix-coturnix japonica) egg. A number of 160 female and 40 male quails of 70 days old were used as experimental animal. The present research was designed in oneway Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with five treatments and four replication, each replication contains of eight female and two males quails. The dietary treatments were P0= basal diet, P1= P0 with 100% substitution at yellow corn by fermented yellow corn, P2= P1 + 10 ppm L-karnitin, P3= P2 + 4% tuna fish oil, P4= P2 + 4% lemuru fish oil. Suplementation of fish oil as polyunsaturated fatty acid source and L-karnitin in fermented yellow corn diet didn’t affect eggs fertility, hatchability, and hatching quality, however, it significantly (P<0.01) affected hatching weight. The best result achieved in treatment P1 because it content yellow corn fermentation which increased the weight of hatching. It can be concluded that feeding fermented yellow corn with supplementation of polyunsaturated fatty acid source and L-karnitin quail eggs, increase DOQ hatching weight of quail eggs.(Key words: Fermented yellow corn, Hatchability, L-karnitin, Polyunsaturated fatty acid, Quail)
MANFAAT PENAMBAHAN TEPUNG KUNYIT (Curcuma domestica Val) DAN TEPUNG JAHE (Zingiber officinale) TERHADAP KUALITAS BAKSO ITIK AFKIR DENGAN LAMA PENYIMPANAN YANG BERBEDA Lestarini, Indah Nur; Anggarawati, Novitasari; Nuhriawangsa, Adi Magna Patriadi; Dewanti, Ratih
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The aim of the research was to determine the advantage of tumeric flour (Curcuma domestica Val) and ginger flour (Zingiber officinale) addition on quality of culled duck meatball in different storage times. The materials were thigh duck, tumeric flour and ginger flour. The design used in experiment was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with factorial pattern 4x3 as the first factor was concentration of turmeric flour (0; 0.5; 1.0; 1.5%) and ginger flour (0; 1; 2; 3%) and the second one was storage time (0; 8; 16 hours). The result of the research showed that storage time affected (P<0.05) pH, tenderness and waterholding capacity. Concentration of tumeric flour and ginger flour affected tenderness.There was no interaction between those two factors on pH, water-holding capacity, tenderness,and total proteolitic bacteria. Concentration of turmeric flour 0,5% and ginger flour 1% with storage time during 0 hours gave the best result, with a pH value 6.49, tenderness 0.31, water-holding capacity 22.27, and a total proteolytic bacteria , 3.57x104. In conclusion, the finest result founded at 0.5% of turmeric flour and 1% of ginger flouraddition in meatball before storage.(Keywords: Culled duck, Ginger flour, Meatball, Storage time, Tumeric flour)
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN BUNGKIL INTI KELAPA SAWIT YANG DIFERMENTASI MENGGUNAKAN ISOLAT SELULOLITIK DARI BELALANG KEMBARA PADA PAKAN TERHADAP PENAMPILAN PRODUKSI PUYUH JANTAN Pranata, Arif
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This research was conducted to examine the effects of fresh and fermented palm kernel cake (BIKS) supplementation in the diets on male japanese quail performance. Two hundred and ten day-old quails were randomly devided into seven treatment diets in three replications of ten quails each. The dietary treatments were: diet without palm kernel cake (control; K), control diets supplemented with 10%, 20% , 30% BIKS (BIKS10%, BIKS20%, BIKS 30%), control diets supplemented with 10%, 20%, 30% fermented palm kernel cake (BIKSF10%, BIKSF20%, BIKSF30%). The collected data were final body weight, feed consumption, feed conversion, and carcass production. Data were statistically analyzed by ANOVA, followed by Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test for any result with significant different. The results showed that dietary supplementation did not influence the final body weight and carcass production. The final body weight of the birds were 123.55, 122.34, 118.35, 122.24, 119.24, 124.72 and 121.95 g/head/35 day, carcass percentation were 65.35, 64.68, 64.87, 65.20, 66.57, 65.36, and 64.87%. However, Japanese quails that given fermented palm kernel cake had higher feed consumption and conversion ratio, except for the birds with 10% BIKSF. It might be concluded that the additions of BIKSF in diet did not give beneficial effects on the performance of Japanese quail.(Key words: Fermentation, Palm kernel cake, Performance, Quail)
PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN MINYAK KELAPA SAWIT DAN RUMPUT LAUT DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN, SERTA KOMPOSISI KARKAS DAN NON KARKAS KELINCI Udkhiyati, Mustafidah
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The aim of this experiment was to study the effect of utilization of palm oil and seaweed in diet on abbit growth and carcass-non carcass composition. Twenty eight male Flemish Giant rabbits (the average age were 5 months) with average initial weight 1560±212 g were used in this research. All rabbits were randomly classified in four treatment in rations, they were R1 (control treatment = 0% palm oil+0% seaweed), R2 (5% palm oil+0% seaweed), R3 (0% palm oil+5% seaweed), R4 (2.5% palm oil+2.5% seaweed). Each treatment consists of seven replications. Individual cages (size 40x30x30 cm3) were used. The animals were reared during 40 days. All collected data were analyzed by One Way nova. The results showed that feed intake (gBK/rabbit/day) of all treatment groups were not significantly different. Meanwhile, the feed intake (gBK/BW) of R4 significantly lower (P<0.05) than others, they were R1 = 55.80±5.36 g, R2 = 55.20±8.04 g, R3 = 50.17±4.26 g, R4 = 46.25±2.21 g. Average daily gain of all treatment groups were not significantly different. Feed conversion ratio of all treatment groups were also not significantly different, they were R1 = 9.20±3.35, R2 = 6.40±1.67, R3 = 7.17±2.23 and R4 = 8.75±4.03. It is concluded that the utilization of palm oil and seaweed did not affect the feed consumption, average daily gain, feed conversion ratio and carcass-non carcass composition.(Key word: Average daily gain, Carcass, Feed conversion ratio, Feed intake, Palm oil, Seaweed)
FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHI MARGIN PEMASARAN SAPI POTONG DAN DAGING SAPI DI KABUPATEN ACEH BESAR Koesmara, Hendra; Nurtini, Sudi; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta
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This research identified the forms of share market, to calculate the price received by farmers and middlemen, and analyze marketing margins of beef cattle market. This research was conducted in June to August 2011, in Aceh Besar regency of Aceh province. The method used in this study was a survey method and field direct observations and interviews using questionnaires to farmers, middlemen (mugge) and meat traders respondent. The number of samples were 420 respondents, including 270 respondents of livestock farmers,105 respondents of middlemen (mugee) and 45 respondents of meat traders (final consumer)from the three districts. This study used regression analysis to determine the effect of variables simultaneously observed the marketing margin. The results showed there were 2 channel marketings, channel marketing I of farmers to the final consumer through two market participants were mugee and meat traders,while the marketing channel II from farmers to consumers through one market participants that was meat traders. In marketing channels I mugee get income share 24.89% with 10.38% share of the cost, while the meat traders got incomeshare 47.70% with 17.03% share of the cost. In marketing channels II meat tradersgot income share 83.00% with17.00% share of the cost. In marketing channels I mugee marketing margin of Rp1,026,293.10/head and the meat traders of Rp1,883,045.98/head, while the meat traders of Rp2,944,838.00/head. The coefficient ofdetermination (R2) equalto 0.337321, which means cattle marketing margin could be explained jointly by 33.73% by the marketing costs, the price at the farmer level and the number of middlemen. The test results of the marketing costs (x1) significantly (P<0.05) on the marketing margin, the price at the farmer level (x2) was highly significant (P<0.01) on the marketing margin and the number of middlemen (x3) didnot affect the marketing margin.(Keywords: Cattle, District of Aceh Besar, Market share, Marketing margin)
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN MANURE AYAM PETELUR TERFERMENTASI DALAM PAKAN YANG DITAMBAH ORGANIC DEODORANT TERHADAP PERFORMA ITIK JANTAN UMUR 7-12 MINGGU (Djuriono), Djuriono
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The research was conducted to analyze the effect of organic deodorant supplemented fermented laying hens manure feeding on the performance of 7-12 weeks male ducks. One hundred 7 weeks old male ducks were used to study the effetct MODF supplementation on performance of male ducks. The ducks were divided into five groups with four replications consisting of five birds each. The treatment were PO = commercial feed without MODF supplementation (control), P15= commercial feed + 15% MODF, P30= commercial feed + 30% MODF, P45= commercial feed + 45% MODF, P60= commercial feed + 60% MODF. Data were analyzed with One-Way Classification of Completely Randomized Design and followed by Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test (DMRT) for significant results. Results showed that supplementation of fermented MOD gave negative effect (P<0.05) on male ducks performance. The highest consumption was in P0 (5203.50 g), followed by P45% (5130.00 g), P30% (5002.75 g), P15% (4967.75 g), P0% (4856.75 g). The highest weight gain showed in P0 (649.80 g), followed by P15 (622.10 g), P30 (579.45 g), P45 (497.50 g), P60 (409.60 g). The higest feed convertion was in P60 (12.71), followed by P45 (10.31), P30 (8.64), P15 (7.99), P0 (7.48). It could be concluded that it is useless to supplement commercial diet of with MODF even though supplementation of 30% income over feed cost (IOFC) showed better IOFC of 7-12 weeks male ducks.(Key words: Fermentated organic deodorant, Laying hens manure, Males ducks, Performance)
ELEMEN KLASTER INDUSTRI PENGOLAHAN SUSU DI DAERAH ISTIMEWA YOGYAKARTA Marufah, Nur Laili; Wisnumurti, Tri Djoko; Guntoro, Budi
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This research was conducted to study the elements and value chain of milk-processing cluster industry in Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. The respondent in this study consisted of cow and goats milk processing industry, dairy cooperative and related institution. The data consisted of primary data and secondary data. Primary data were collected through observation and interviews, while secondary data obtained from statistical data from Department of Industry, Trade and Cooperatives, Agricultural Service of Agriculture Department and LPPOM MUI DIY. Descriptive analysis were used in this study to analyzed the data. Respondent and locations were determined using purposive sampling methods lead to be analyse descriptively. The results showed that stakeholders involved as important elements of milkprocessing cluster industry were milk suppliers (farmer, dairy groups, and cooperative), core industry (small-medium scale processor of cow’s and goat milk), supporting industry (sugar, packaging and tools), supporting institution (bank, university, and government agencies), related industry (food chain, bakery, and coffee shop), and also buyers (retailer, distributor, end user or consumer). Their main products are pasteurized cow’s and goat milk, yoghurt of cow’s milk, and goat milk powder. The long chains to produce milk product since the raw milk have indicated some added values on economy and involvement of man powers leading to local economic development as well as of technology innovation or industry. It has been concluded that milk-processing cluster industry could be used as a locomotive for regional economics development.(Key words: Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Elements, Milk-processing cluster industry, Regional economic development, Value chain)
PENGARUH SUPLEMENTASI MINYAK IKAN DAN L-KARNITIN DALAM PAKAN JAGUNG KUNING TERFERMENTASI TERHADAP KECERNAAN PAKAN DAN PERFORMA PUYUH (Coturnix coturnix japonica) Sani, Sinelsa Wulandari; Heswantari, Setiana Rohmi; (Sudibya), Sudibya; Purnomo, Sutrisno Hadi; Hanifa, Aqni
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The research was aimed to determine the effect of fish oil and L-carnitine supplementation in fermented yellow corn diets on the performance of quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica). The experiment was used 160 quails aged 70 days that were divided into five treatments and four replications. Each replication consisted of eight female quails. The mean initial body weight was 156.60±9.61 g with Coefficient of Variance (CV) of 6.14%. The in-vivo digestibility study was carried out on the last week using total collection method. Two quails were chosen randomly from each cage and placed into individual raised cages. Overall this experiment used 40 quails for nutrient digestibility study. The research was carried out using a completely randomized design. The experimental diets were P0 = basal diet (ricebran, concentrates, yellow corn), P1 = ricebran, concentrate and fermented yellow corn, P2 = P1 feed+10 ppm of L-carnitine, P3 = P2 feed + 4% of tuna fish oil, and P4 = P2 feed + 4% of lemuru fish oil. The observed variables were dry matter digestibility, organic matter digestibility, extract ether digestibility, feedconsumption, HDP, egg weight and feed conversion ratio. The results of variance analysis showed that substitution of yellow corn with fermented yellow corn increased dry matter digestibility, organic matter digestibility, extract ether digestibility, feed intake and egg weight, whereas the addition of L-carnitine inthe diet of fermented yellow corn increased the value of the HDP and improved feed conversion. Substitution of yellow corn with fermented yellow corn in the feed increased dry matter digestibility, organic matter digestibility, extract ether digestibility, egg weight, whereas the addition of L-carnitine 10 ppm in the feed of fermented yellow corn improved the HDP. Suplementation of tuna fish oil 4% in the diets increased egg weight. Suplementation of tuna fish oil and lemuru fish oil in the yellow corn supplemented diets improved feed conversion of quail at production phase.(Key words: Fermented yellow corn, Fish oil, L-carnitine, Growth performance, Japanese quail)
PENGARUH INOKULUM CAMPURAN Lactobacillus plantarum DAN Saccharomyces cerevisiae TERHADAP KUALITAS ORGANOLEPTIK, FISIK, DAN KIMIA SILASE KULIT BUAH KAKAO Zakariah, Muhammad Askari; Utomo, Ristanto; Bacruddin, Zaenal
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This research was done to determine the effect of L. plantarum and S. cerevisiae innoculated into cocoa pod silage on organoleptic, physical and chemical quality. This experiment consist of four treatments namely silage of fresh harvested cocoa pods without inoculant as control (K); inoculated with L. plantarum (KLp); innoculated with S. cerevisiae (KSc); and innoculated with both L. plantarum and S. cerevisiae mixture (KLp+Sc) was cassava meal added as supplement. Each treatment was replicated 3 time. Ensilage was done for 21 days. Variables observed were properties of organoleptic (i.e. color, odor, texture and existence of fungal), physical (pH), and chemical (i.e. lactic acid content, content of dry matter (DM), organic matter (OM), crude protein (CP), ether extract (EE), crude fiber (CF) and nitrogen free extract (NFE)). Collected data of organoleptic characteristic were analyzed by non-parametric test (Hedonic KruskalWallis), whereas physical and chemical data analyzed by one-way analysis of variance and followed by Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test for significant difference. Result showed the inoculum have effect (P<0.05) on characteristic of organoleptic (color and avaibility fungus) and chemical (dry matter, organic matter, extract ether, and nitrogen free extract content). Silage with inoculation Lp+Sc on silage significantly (P<0.05) had higher DM and OM concentration (22.66% vs 20.38% and 94.43% vs 93.72%), higher NFE (75.46% vs 70.51%) and lower EE (0.15% vs 0.87%, respectively), compared to control. Based on result, it can be concluded that silage with L. plantarum and S. cerevisiae mixture have better quality.(Key words: Cocoa pod, Lactobacillus plantarum, Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Silage)
PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN MINYAK KELAPA SAWIT DAN RUMPUT LAUT DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN, SERTA KOMPOSISI KARKAS DAN NON KARKAS KELINCI Udkhiyati, Mustafidah
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The aim of this experiment was to study the effect of utilization of palm oil and seaweed in diet on abbit growth and carcass-non carcass composition. Twenty eight male Flemish Giant rabbits (the average age were 5 months) with average initial weight 1560±212 g were used in this research. All rabbits were randomly classified in four treatment in rations, they were R1 (control treatment = 0% palm oil+0% seaweed), R2 (5% palm oil+0% seaweed), R3 (0% palm oil+5% seaweed), R4 (2.5% palm oil+2.5% seaweed). Each treatment consists of seven replications. Individual cages (size 40x30x30 cm3) were used. The animals were reared during 40 days. All collected data were analyzed by One Way nova. The results showed that feed intake (gBK/rabbit/day) of all treatment groups were not significantly different. Meanwhile, the feed intake (gBK/BW) of R4 significantly lower (P<0.05) than others, they were R1 = 55.80±5.36 g, R2 = 55.20±8.04 g, R3 = 50.17±4.26 g, R4 = 46.25±2.21 g. Average daily gain of all treatment groups were not significantly different. Feed conversion ratio of all treatment groups were also not significantly different, they were R1 = 9.20±3.35, R2 = 6.40±1.67, R3 = 7.17±2.23 and R4 = 8.75±4.03. It is concluded that the utilization of palm oil and seaweed did not affect the feed consumption, average daily gain, feed conversion ratio and carcass-non carcass composition.(Key word: Average daily gain, Carcass, Feed conversion ratio, Feed intake, Palm oil, Seaweed)

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