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Pengaruh Pakan Tambahan Berupa Ampas Tahu Dan Limbah Bioetanol Berbahan Singkong (Manihot utilissima) Terhadap Penampilan Sapi Bali (Bos sondaicus) kurnia sari, dwi dedeh
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 2 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (2) JUNI 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB) | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v40i2.9191

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This study was aimed to observe the performance of Bali cattle given additional feed of tofu waste, solid and liquid waste of bio-ethanol made from cassava. Six male Bali cattle with body weight of 190- 230 kg were used. The design of this study was a 3x3 Latinsquare with cross over pattern. The 3 treatments were included feeding DM 3% of the body weight, consist of treatment A : forage and additional feed from tofu wastes 2 kg, 200 g of solid waste and liquid wastes given 100 ml per day, treatment B : forage given daily and additional feed was given once every two days, and treatment C : only forage. The measured variables were (1) feed consumption, (2) daily weight gain (ADG), (3) feed conversion. The results are that the effect of provision of additional feed highly a real and tangible feed intake (P<0.05), ADG (P<0.01), and feed conversion (P<0.01). Average of feed consumption (kg DM-1day-1) for A, B, C were 6.97; 6.92; 6.12, respectively. Average of ADG (kg head-1day-1) for A, B, C were 0.64, 0.50, and 0.10, respectively. Average of feed conversion for treatment A, B, and C were 10.94, 14.00, and 64.00, respectively. We conclueded that additional feed can increase feed consumption, body weight and give high feed conversion. It can be suggested there should be more research on additional levels of solid waste and waste liquid bio-ethanol.
Suplementasi Hormon Gonadotropin Pada Medium Maturasi In Vitro Untuk Meningkatkan Perkembangan Embrio Stadium 4 Sel Kambing Bligon Pranatasari, Dewi; Kustono, Kustono; Widayati, Diah Tri
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 2 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (2) JUNI 2016
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The study was carried out to investigate the effect of gonadotropin hormone supplementation into in vitro maturation medium on maturation, fertilization and embryo development of Bligon goats. This research steps consist of oocyte collection, in vitro maturation, in vitro fertilization, and in vitro embryo development. At the maturation stage the oocyte that had been collected and divided into two groups based on the maturation medium, that was tissue culture medium (TCM) with supplementation of GnRH 0 IU/mL and GnRH 25 IU/mL. Oocyte and embryo morphology data were analyzed descriptively. Maturation rate and embryo development data were analyzed by using independent sample t-test. Fertilization data was analyzed descriptively. The result showed the percentages of mature oocytes from gonadotropin supplementation of 0 IU/mL and 25 IU/mL were 54.10±25.97 and 54.89±26.44%, respectively. Expansion cumulus cells surrounding the oocytes might indicated the mature oocytes. Cleavage rate of the 2 cells stage were 13,02±11,09 and 27,01±16,65%; respectively, and for the 4 cells stage were 10,16±10,01% and 16,67±14.91%. Embryos obtained from the treatment, indicated uniform of blastomeres in the size, tight, compact, intact, and round-spherical shape. It could be concluded that supplementation of gonadotropin hormone into in vitro maturation medium could not increase the rate of oocyte maturation and 4 cell embryo development, but it could increase 2 cell embryo development of Bligon goats. Hormone supplementation could improved the maturation and embryo quality.
Mutu Keju Putih Rendah Lemak Diproduksi Dengan Bahan Baku Susu Modifikasi abubakar, abubakar
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 2 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (2) JUNI 2016
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This research was conducted to investigate the quality of low-fat white cheese produced using raw material of modified milk. Five treatments applied were (A1) Using reduced fat (60%) milk, (A2) Using emulsion of corn oil in skim milk (replacing milk fat with corn oil), (A3) Using emulsion of corn oil in skim milk and addition of whey protein concentrate (replacing milk fat with corn oil and the addition of whey protein concentrate=WPC), (A4) Using skim milk and water emulsion oil in water, and (A5) replacing milk fat with corn oil and the addition of probiotic (Lactobacillus casei). Each treatment was replicated three times. The selected that skim milk in corn oil emulsion with the addition of probiotics, the results showed had cheese quality characteristics as follow: yield 12.94±0.16%, hardnes 48.07±10.12 g, softness 8.51±0.54 kg/s, moisture content 50.37±1.60%, ash content 7.38±1.75% (dry matter), fat content 41.06±6.07% (dry matter), protein content 37.85±3.25% (dry matter), phosphorus content 346.62±25.61 mg/100g (dry matter), calcium content 860.78±87.91 mg/100g (dry matter), white color, regular texture, not flavorfull, salty taste, soft texture, elastic, ordinary preference acceptance.
Pengaruh Inokulasi Lactobacillus plantarum dan Saccharomyces cerevisiae terhadap Fermentasi dan Kecernaan In Vitro Silase Kulit Buah Kakao Zakariah, Muhammad Askari; Utomo, Ristianto; Bachruddin, Zaenal
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The objective of this study was to identify the effect of L. plantarum and S. cerevisiae mixed culture inoculation into cocoa pods silage on chemical composition and in vitro digestibility. The four treatments were: 1 kg freshly harvested cocoa pods without inoculants as control (K); K + L. plantarum (KLp); K + S. cerevisiae (KSc); and K + L. plantarum and S. cerevisiae mixture (KLp+Sc) 0.1% dry matter, Cassava meal were added in all treatments. Each treatment was replicated 3 times, and then fermented for 21 days. Parameters observed in current study were gas test production, ruminal fermentation parameter, and in vitro digestibility. The collected data were analyzed by one-way analysis of variance and followed by Duncan’s new Multiple Range Test for data with significant differences. Result showed that the mixed culture Lp+Sc inoculation increased (P<0.05) chemical quality of cocoa pods by reducing fibre fraction and increase NFE contents, increased degradation rate, degradation theory, reduced rumen pH, and propionate acid production, without affecting acetate to propionate ratio, microbial protein synthesis, and digestibility of cocoa pod silage.
Pertumbuhan Kompensasi Ayam Betina Hasil Persilangan Antara Ayam Kampung Jantan Dengan Ayam Ras Petelur Betina Yang Mendapat Level Protein Pakan Masa Starter Berbeda Trisiwi, Harimurti Februari
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 2 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (2) JUNI 2016
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The experiment was conducted to examine the effect of various dietary protein levels during starting period (0-9 weeks) on compensatory growth period (9-12 weeks) of crossbred hens between cockerel native chicken and laying hens. Thirty two day old chicks were randomly divided into four different groups. For the first 9 weeks, each groups were fed with four different treatments : P1 type with 21,13% dietary protein, P2 type with 18,71% dietary protein, P3 type with 16,58% dietary protein, and P4 type with 14,79% dietary protein. At 9 weeks of age, each treatment group were then divided into 4 replications. The all chickens were then fed with P1 type feed until the end of the experiment during compensatory growth period. The variables observed were consumption (feed, protein, energy), the final body weight, the weight gain, the feed conversion, the protein efficiency ratio, and the energy efficiency ratio. The collected data were analysed using the one-way classification of variance analysis (CRD), followed by testing the significant means using The Duncan’s Multiple Range Test (DMRT). The result showed that the various dietary protein during the starting period did not cause significant differences on feed consumption during the compensatory growth period. The consumption of the P3 type and the P4 type feed during the starting period resulted a better weight gained and feed conversion during compensatory growth period than the use of the P1 type. The highest compensatory growth was achieved by the treatment group with the P3 type feed, as there was no significant difference of the chicken’s final body weight compared to chickens being fed with higher protein percentage (21,13%). There was also no significant difference of the protein and energy consumption among the treatment groups. Protein efficiency ratio and energy efficiency ratio of chicken fed with P3 and P4 type of feed are better than those fed with a higher dietary protein level. In conclution crossbred hens fed with high protein level (more than 18.71%) did not significantly affected on the weight gain and the final body weight during 9 to 12 weeks of rearing.
Evaluation Nutritients Of Rice Bran Second Quality Fermented Using Rumen Fluid ermalia, ayu afria ulita
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 2 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (2) JUNI 2016
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Rice bran is agriculture  waste that easy to find. Means to increase biological value of rice bran can do with decrease of highly crude fiber. Treatment that to do with fermentation use rumen fluid from cows. Rumen fluid potential is easy to find in slaughterhouse, this rumen fluid much to never utilization. This purpose of the research for evaluation of rice bran nutrition value that fermentating used rumen fluid, with different levels and long time incubations for get lower crude fiber and higher crude protein content. Methods of this research used Laboratory experiments with Factorial-Random Complete Design 4x4 and 6 repetitions. First factor is rumen fluid levels (0, 30, 40, 50 %/w) and second factor is long incubations (0, 24, 48, 72 hours). This result  of ANOVA analysis to show that increment rumen fluid levels and long incubations on rice bran fermentating process can decrease Dry Matter, Organic Matter, Crude Fiber, NDF, ADF and NDR content; as well as increase Crude Protein content but not increase Crude Fat content. The best interaction between rumen fluid levels and long time incubations  is 30 %/w with 72 hours long time incubations, with 10.28±0.1 % of Crude Protein, 6.46±0.07 of Crude Fat and 22.31±0.4 of Crude Fiber content.
Kajian Produksi Aflatoksin B1 Kasar dari Isolat Kapang Aspergillus Flavus Lokal pada Media Jagung dan Jagung+Kacang Tanah purnamasari, listya; Agus, Ali; Noviandi, Cuk Tri
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Aflatoxin, which known as toxigenic compound, is a secondary metabolite produced by Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus. Aflatoxin is found in both food and feed stuffs, such as: corn and peanut. Aflatoxin standard is needed in every research of aflatoxin contamination. But it is rather difficult to get. It is imported, high costs, and take times. The aim of the research is to assess the potential local isolate of A. flavus to producing aflatoxin that can be used to be the alternative aflatoxin standard. Local mold of A. flavus FNCC 6122 and FNCC 6109 are got from PAU University of Gadjah Mada. Isolate was enriched on PDA medium for 5 days and move to corn medium of corn+peanut combine medium for 10-15 day at 25ºC. The variables was the content of AFB1 by ELISA test. The result is shown that isolat FNCC 6122 produced higher AFB1 than isolate FNCC 6109. The combine of corn and peanut medium stimulated FNCC 6122 to produce higher AFB1 and has potency to be the candidate of standard aflatoxin. In conclusion, the peanut addition on the medium would initiate increasing of the aflatoksin B1 level.
Pengaruh Suplementasi Probiotik Bakteri Asam Laktat Terhadap Histomorfologi Usus Dan Performan Puyuh Jantan Hidayat, Sapta Chandra Marnadi; Harimurti, Sri; yusiati, Lies Mira
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The present study was conducted to investigate the effects of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) probiotics supplementation on intestinal histomorpholgy and performance of male quail. The LAB probiotics supplement contained of three strains, those are Lactobacillus murinus, Streptococcus thermophilus, and Pediococcus acidilactici. A total of 96 day-old  male quails (DOQ) were randomly divided into four groups of LAB probiotic supplementation reared for 42 days. Oral supplementation of LAB probiotic were 0 (P0), 107(P1), 108 (P2), and 109(P3)CFU/mL/bird/day. Data were analyzed by analysis of variance CRD One-Way Anova continued with Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test (DMRT). The results showed that LAB probiotic treatment affected on the intestinal morphology, body weight gain, and feed conversion of male quail (P <0.05). Height of intestinal villi were 288.45±8.18, 322.72±1.84, 324.82±2.06, and 390.80±13.24 (µm) respectively. Width of intestinal villi were 112.82±2.35, 138.62±2.35, 162.57±17.15 and 130.72±13.45 (µm) respectively. Depth of intestinal crypts were 61.25±1.49, 72.50±6.25, 69.85±4.55, and 69.05±4.57 (µm) respectively. Feed intake were not different, but resulted difference body weight gain, which were 102.85±4.72, 109.20±4.13, 115.07±7.61, and 118.75±2.54 (g), respectively. Feed conversion were 4.30±0.43, 4.26±0.17, 3.91±0.30, and 3.79±0.27, respectively. This study indicated that supplementation of 109 CFU/mL/bird/day of LAB probiotics showed the best result.
Suplemetasi Vitamin E dalam Cairan Rumen In Vitro: Analisis Parameter Fermentasi Nasiu, Firman
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The aim of this study was to examine the effect of vitamin E on fermentation parameters by using an in vitro fermentation system with ruminal fluid from male Bligon goats. Substrats used in fermentation process comprised of 65% of king grass, 20% of rice bran, and 15% of soybean meal, with additional 3% of capsulated crude palm oil (CCPO). Treatments of an in vitro fermentation were divided into 3 groups, those are group without vitamin E supplementation (R0), group with 200 mg per kg DM vitamin E supplementation (R1), and 400 mg vitamin E supplementation (R2). All groups were incubated for 48 hours according to Menke and Steingass method. Results showed that vitamin E supplementation at the level of 400 mg did not affect fermentation parameters (VFA, NH3, and pH) on ruminal fluid.

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