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Analisis Ekonomi Usaha Tanaman Pangan dan Kambing Kosta di Kecamatan Carita Kabupaten Pandeglang, Banten Rusdiana, Supardi; Sutedi, Endang
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 3 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (3) OKTOBER 2016
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB) | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v40i3.12815

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The purpose of this research was to determine the economic analysis of crop and livestock enterprises Costa goat. The experiment was conducted in the village of Sukarame District of Pandeglang Banten Carita. Interviews to 20 farmers the agro-ecosystem crops and livestock farmer Costa goat using questionnaires. Primary data obtained from interviews at the household unit farmers. While the secondary data obtained from the relevant authorities. Data analysis processed by descriptive qualitative, quantitative and economic analysis. The results showed that the corn plants net income around IDR.559.450,-/harvest with B/C ratio of about 1.2, whereas the results of raising of Costa goat net income approximately IDR.1.810.950,-/year, or equivalent of IDR.248.550,-/month with B/C ratio of about 1.1. The amount of man power corn farming around 131.12 HOK or equivalent of IDR.1.966.800,-/year, lot of time incurred by maize farmers are turning the land and mowing, while the man power Costa goat  around 2.57 HOK or equivalent of IDR 38.550,-/year, the time used by farmers to shepherd. Agricultural of waste crops on the research site such as corn waste can be used as feed for Costa goat.
Pengaruh Beberapa Jenis Pakan Komersial terhadap Kinerja Produksi Kuantitatif dan Kualitatif Ayam Pedaging sitompul, septiani anggitasari; Sjofjan, Osfar; Djunaidi, Irfan Hadji
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The study was aimed to investigate the effects of some kinds of commercial feed on quantitative and qualitative production performance of broiler chicken include feed intake, weight gain, feed conversion ratio, mortality, index of production (IP), income over feed cost (IOFC), percentage of carcasses, deposition of breast meat, meat cholesterol, and antibiotic residues. This study used 200 unsexed day old broiler chick which were allocated in Completely Randomized Design and analyzed using one way analysis of variance (ANOVA) with 4 treatments and 5 replications. The birds were fed some of the commercial diets produced by PT. P, PT. M, PT. C, or PT. W from 35 days rearing period. Analysis in the laboratory revealed that different commercial diets did not contain different chemical composition, including: dry matter, crude protein, crude fiber, ether extract, gross energy, calcium, phosphorus and antibiotic residues. Different commercial broiler feeds did not affect feed consumption, but affect (P<0.05) body weight gain, carcass percentage, income over feed cost, and high significantly affect (P<0.01) feed conversion, breast meat deposition, production index, and cholesterol deposition. Oxytetracycline  residues in chicken meat from all treatment diets were <30 ppb. Effect of some kinds of commercial feed showed different results on feed consumption, body weight gain, feed conversion, carcass percentage, breast  meat  deposition,  production index,  and  IOFC, meat cholesterol and antibiotic residue. However, feed from PT. M showed better results, as it gave production index and IOFC values than that of other commercial feeds.
Dinamika Ovarium pada Kuda Hasil Persilangan Pejantan Thoroughbred dengan Induk Lokal Indonesia Yulianto, Muhammad Danang Eko; Purwantara, Bambang; Amrozi, Amrozi
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The development of horse breeding industry in Indonesia was commenced through horse racing events held all over the country. It were accelerated by the development of Thoroughbred-Indonesian local Crossbred horses. There are many broodmares injured during their racing time and retired from the racetracks. They may still has a reproductive vigor to continue on producing offsprings. Very little information has been reported on the monitoring the reproductive capacity of the mares. The objective of this study was to explore ultrasonography imaging of the ovarian dynamics, correlated with the estrus behavior of the Thoroughbred-Indonesian local crossbred mares. Three Thoroughbred-Indonesian local crossbred mares with 6.25-12.5% of local genetics aged 12-20 years old were used in this study. Estrus and ovulation were synchronized by 10 mg PGF2α i.m. at luteal phase and 1,500 IU hCG i.m. injection when the dominant follicle reach ≥30 mm in diameter. Ultrasonography examination was done every morning at approximately at the same time. Estrus behavior was observed by using teaser stallions following a standard method. Results of the experiment indicated that onset of the estrus was reached 1.33±0.58 days after the hCG injection, with the average duration of 4.00±1.00 days. The ovulations were done at 5.33±1.15 days after PGF2α treatment and 66.67±10.07 hours after hCG treatment. Maximum follicle diameter was identified to reach 4.50±0.52 cm at one day before ovulation. The mares performed 25.4±3.38 days length of estrus cycle with 2-3 follicular  waves. It had been identified that the estrus duration  was  6.8±1.92  days  in mares with the age of 12-20 years. The average of maximum diameter of the largest follicle before ovulation was 4.2±1.24 cm. In conclusion, to improve the efficiency of breeding, several information are needed i.e. the optimal time of ovulation, relevan parameters related to follicular development. 
Respon Pemberian Tepung Daun Kelor (Moringa oleifera) pada Pakan Ayam Petelur terhadap Penampilan Produksi dan Kualitas Telur Satria, Edi Wahyu; Sjofjan, Osfar; Djunaidi, Irfan Hadji
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of Moringa leaf meal (Moringa oleifera) in feed on production performance and egg quality of laying hens. The materials used 120 laying hens of Isa Brown breed in 38 to 42 weeks age. The method used an experimental trial by Moringa oleifera addition in the basal feed. The experiment were devided into four groups i.e. without Moringa oleifera as control (P0), with Moringa oleifera 0.5% (P1), 1% (P2), 1.5% (P3) and 2% (P4). Variables observed were the appearance of egg production and quality. The data was analyzed by Completely Randomized one way design. The mean differences were calculated by the Duncan Multiple Range Test. The results showed that administration of Moringa leaf powder can increase the production and quality of eggs in laying hens. Addition of 2% Moringa leaf powder in the feed gives the best effect on the appearance and quality of production and egg. This research suggested the addition of 2% Moringa leaf powder was recommended in order to obtain the finest appearance and quality of production.
Effect of Phosphate Fertilizer and Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on The Nutrient, Phosphateuptake and in Vitro Digestibility of Alfalfa Suwignyo, Bambang; Putra, Bela; Umami, Nafiatul; Wulandari, Cahyo; Utomo, Ristianto
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This study aimed to determine the effect of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) and phosphate (P) fertilizer on the nutrient content, phosphate uptake and in vitro digestibility of alfalfa (Medicago sativa L.).The research was conducted at green house of Forage and Pastures Science Laboratory, Faculty of Animal Science Universitas Gadjah Mada. The experiment was arranged in Completely Randomized Design using 3x4 factorial patterns with four replications. The first factor was dosage of phosphate fertilizer SP 36 (0, 60, and 120 kg/ha). Second factor was the dosage of AMF (0, 0.8, 1.6, and 2.4kg/ha). The variable measured was nutrient contents (crude protein, dry matter, and organic matter), total P uptake and dry matter and organic matter in vitro digestibility. The results showed that the interaction of AMF and P fertilizer had no significant effect on crude protein and total P uptake, but highly significant effect on the parameters of dry matter, organic matter and dry matter and organic matter in vitro digestibility. 
Penurunan Total Tanin Silase Semak Bunga Putih (Chromolaena odorata) dengan Aditif Tepung Putak (Coryphaelata robx) dan Isi Rumen Sapi ridla, muhammad; Mulik, Yelly Magdalena; Prihantoro, Iwan; Mullik, Marthen Luther
Buletin Peternakan Vol 40, No 3 (2016): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 40 (3) OKTOBER 2016
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This study was aimed to assess the effect of the addition of putak  meal (as a source of carbohydrates) and rumen content (as a source of enzymes) in the making of C. odorata silage to the total content of tannins and nutrient content of C. odorata silage. The treatments were: CO (C. odorata), COP (C. odorata + 10% of putak meal), COPR5 (C. odorata + 10% of putak meal + 5% of rumen content), and COPR10 (C. odorata + 10% of putak meal + 10% of rumen content). The experimental design used was Completely Randomized Design, with 4 x 2 factorial patterns. The first factor was the treatment (CO, COP, COPR4, COPR10) and the second factor is the silage fermentation time (0 days and 21 days). Each treatment was replicated 4 times. The variables measured were concentration of total tannin content and nutrient content. The results showed that the addition of (10% of putak meal and 10% of rumen content) decrease total tannins of the silage by 15.50%. The nutrient content (OM and OP) increased by 3.45% and 41.81% respectively as well as a decline in crude fiber 3% when compared to the silage without additives. Fermentation time of C. odorata silage for 21 days produced the best quality silage fermentation time compared to 0 days.
Kebutuhan Kalsium Ayam Broiler Fase Starter dengan Penambahan Enzim Fitase Sholikhatin, Eny; Poernama, Ferry; Dono, Nanung Danar; ., Zuprizal
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The aim of this study was to determine the calcium requirements of broiler chickens in starter phase with the addition of phytase enzyme. This experiment used 1,200 broiler chickens (mixed sex) for 21 days rearing period in a closed house. The basal diets was corn and soybean meal which contained 0.097% Ca and 0.123% P-av. The treatments consisted of 6 diets treatment: P1 (basal diet with the addition of 0.42% non-phytate phosphorus (NPP), and then P2 to P6 were basal diet with the addition of 0.22% NPP and 1,000 FTU/kg phytase and the addition of calcium (Ca) at different levels: 0.82% (P2); 0.74% (P3); 0.66% (P4); 0.58% (P5) and 0.50% (P6). The growth performance, feed efficiency, and bone mineralization parameters were studied using Oneway ANOVA in a Completely Randomized Design. Duncans new Multiple Ranges Test was used to separate means with significant differences. Results showed that 0.90% Ca supplementation without phytase and the reduction levels of Ca from 0.82% to 0.50% increased the amount of feed consumed by birds in all growth phases (P<0.05). The addition of phytase had beneficial effects on increasing body weight (P<0.05) and average of body weight gain (P<0.05), and decreased the value of FCR in 11 - 21 days and 1 - 21 days. The addition of phytase increased protein and energy consumption, followed by increased in the value of PER and  EER (P<0.05). When phytase was added in the diets, reduction levels of Ca in the diets up to 0.50% did not give any adverse effect on the tibia bone ash. It can be concluded that feeding with phytase can sustain growth performance, feed efficiency, and bone mineralization.
Pengaruh Tepung Daun Sirsak (Announa Muricata L) terhadap Karakteristik Lemak Darah dan Daging Itik Tegal Jantan Tugiyanti, Elly; Heriyanto, Soegeng; Syamsi, Afduha Nurus
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The purpose of this experiment was to evaluate the effect of soursop leaf meal on characteristics of  blood and meat  fat of male Tegal ducks. This study used completely randomized design. The study consisted of four treatments, namely: feed without supplementation of soursop leaf meal, feed with 5% soursop leaf meal, feed with 10% soursop leaves meal, and feed with 15% soursop leaf meal. Each treatment was 5 replications and each replication consisted of five ducks. The treatment given to duck for 5 weeks started from 4 to 10 weeks of age. Data were analyzed by Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) continued by orthogonal polynomial test. The results showed that soursop leaf meal supplementation in feed had no significant effect on levels of blood triglycerides, cholesterol, and LDL as well as meat triglycerides and cholesterol, but it affected levels of HDL significant (P<0.01), ie increase HDL levels. It can be concluded that soursop leaf meal supplementation in male Tegal duck feed by 8.36% showed the highest blood HDL levels (99.89 mg/dl), however soursop leaf meal supplementation up to 15% did not affect levels of blood triglycerides, cholesterol, and LDL as well as levels of meat triglycerides and cholesterol of 9 weeks male tegal duck.   
Estimasi Sintesis Protein Mikrobia Rumen Menggunakan Ekskresi Derivat Purin dalam Urin dengan Teknik Spot Sampling pada Kambing Bligon dan Kambing Kejobong Putra, Dianestu; Yusiati, Lies Mira; Utomo, Ristianto
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This study were aimed to determine the correlation between concentration of purine derivatives (PD) in spot sample with PD total excretion in Bligon and Kejobong goats and determine the appropriate sampling time, in order to predicting microbial protein synthesis in both breeds. Six male Bligon goats and six male Kejobong goats with age range from 8 to 14 months and body weight from 16 to 21 kg were placed in metabolism cages. Peanut straw and water were given to both groups of goats through ad libitum feeding and drinking. The study was done in 14 days for adaptation, 3 days for collection. Sample of feeds, feed residues, and feces were collected and then analyzed to determine dry matter and organic matter content. Spot urine and the total daily urine samples were also collected. Samples collection of spot sampling technique was run by taking the urine periodically with 3 hours intervals at 24 hours. Urine samples were analyzed for the content of creatinine and PD which includes allantoin, uric acid, xanthine, and hypoxanthine. Data were tested for the correlation between concentration of PD spot urine sample with total PD daily excretion. It is known that the concentration of PD and creatinine (µmol/L) for Bligon were 1,418.40 and 202.85 respectively, while for Kejobong were 1,547.40 and 219.68 respectively. Total excretion of PD, allantoin, uric acid, xanthyne and hypoxanthine and creatinine (µmol/W0,75/day) for Bligon were 114.14, 95.86, 17.31, 0.97, and 16.40 respectively, with microbial protein synthesis efficiency was 4.61 g N/kg degraded of organic matter in rumen (DOMR). Total excretion of PD allantoin, uric acid, xanthyne and hypoxanthine and creatinine (µmol/W0,75/day) for Kejobong were 180.18, 158.17, 20.60, 1.40, and 24.87 respectively, with microbial protein synthesis efficiency was 6.90 g N/kg DOMR. Based on this study also known that the best time for spot sampling to determine the total excretion of PD in Bligon was in the range time of 11.00 am to 2.00 pm, with equation Y=1.474X+48.81, while Kejobong goat in the range of 2.00 to 5.00 pm, with equation Y=2.678X+5.692.
Strategi Peningkatan Adopsi Inovasi pada Peternakan Sapi Perah Rakyat di Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Jawa Tengah, dan Jawa Timur Mulatmi, Septi Nur Wulan; Guntoro, Budi; Widyobroto, Budi Prasetyo; Nurtini, Sudi; Pertiwiningrum, Ambar
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This study was aimed to formulate strategies for increasing adoption innovation in the smallholder dairy farms. The study was conducted in May to July 2015. The research was conducted using survey method. The selection of respondents was conducted using multi-stage sampling to 270 dairy smallholder farmers in Yogyakarta Region, Central, and East Java Provinces. The method used was descriptive qualitative by using SWOT analysis (strength, weakness, opportunity and threat). The results of the research which is to optimize resources; provide a clear and continuous information about innovation; facilitate access to information by extending the dissemination of information; provide mentoring programs, counseling, and training with a demonstration of the innovation; increase the participation of dairy farmers; strengthen institutional dairy farmers; seek a tool to support innovation together; improve the quality of extension, media, and the delivery of information; and optimize government and NGO aid.

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