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REGROWTH ABILITY OF ARBILA (Phaseolus lunatus L.) AFTER GRASSED AT DIFFERENT DOSAGE OF RHIZOBIUM INOCULANT AND AGE OF PLANT WHEN START GRAZED AT DRY LAND Koten, Bernadete Barek; Wea, Redempta; Hadisutanto, Bambang; Salli, Maria Klara; Semang, Agustinus
Buletin Peternakan Vol 41, No 4 (2017): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 41 (4) NOVEMBER 2017
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The study was conducted to evaluate regrowth ability of arbila (Phaseolus lunatus L.) after grazed at different rhizobium inoculants dosage and age of plant to be grassed, have conducted during 6 month at Noelbaki village and Politani Kupang General Laboratory. Factorial design with 3 dose levels of rhizobium inoculants ei: I0 = without inoculant, I10 = 10 g/kg seed dan I20 = 20 g/kg seed) and 3 dose of initial grazing time ei: G20 = 20 days, G30 = 30 days, dan G40 = 40 days, and 3 replications. The variables were number of shoots (shoot, plants vitality (%), covered area (cm), space between crops (crops/ m2), and chlorophyll (mg/ml). Obtained data were tested using analysis of variance followed by Duncan test (Duncan’s new multiple range test / DMRT). Result shows that interaction between inoculant dose with crops’ age when grazed greatly influence the size of covered area (P<0.01), eventhough other variable not influence Duncan test showed, the most extensive covered area are shown by I10G30 (262 cm), I0G40 (126 cm), and I2G40 (123 cm). As single factor, inoculant dose only affect to the size covered area, which the most extensive is shown by I10, and crops’ age when grazed affect the number of shoots, vitality, size of covered area (cm) and space between crops (crops/ m2. It can be concluded, the interaction between inoculum dose  and age of plant to be grassed was affecting the ability of regrowth of arbila, rhizobium inoculum caused arbila to withstand grazing stress, and arbila which is added inoculant 20 g/kg seed and were grazed at age  40 days can regrowth post grazed. It was concluded that the interaction between inoculum dose and age of plant to be grassed was affecting the ability of regrowth of arbila, rizobium inoculum caused arbila to withstand grazing stress, and rhizobium inoculum with dose of 20 g /kg of seed and started grazing at age 40 days which was most able to guarantee the regrowth of plant arbila post-shepherd.
THE EFFECT OF MOLASSES, Lactobacillus plantarum, Trichoderma viride, AND ITS MIXTURES ADDITION ON THE QUALITY OF TOTAL MIXED FORAGE SILAGE Chalisty, Vian Dwi; Utomo, Ristianto; Bachruddin, Zaenal
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The objective of this research was to determine the effect of molasses, Lactobacillus plantarum, Trichoderma viride, and its mixtures addition on the quality of total mixed forage silage. Molasses was added 4% (w/w), L. plantarum 0,1% (v/w), and T. viride 0,1% (v/w). Each treatment was made 3 replication and then fermented for 21 days anaerobically. Variables measured were physical, chemical, and biological quality includes color, odor, texture, fungi, pH, lactic acid content, and ammonia. Data were analyzed using the analyses of variance Completely Randomized Designs. If there was significant among the treatment, it followed by a test of the average between two treatments with Duncan’s New Multiple Range Test. Test the quality of physical showed a yellowish green color, smell sour, dense texture, and the presence of the fungus little / no fungi. The addition of molasses alone or a mixture of molasses and L. plantarum/T. viride lowered pH and ammonia (P <0.05), while the lactic acid content increased (P <0.05). The addition of molasses or water-soluble carbohydrate is a must to produce good quality total mixed forage silage that shown with pH 3.60, lactic acid content 4.28% DM, ammonia content 0.43% DM.
THE EFFECT OF ALPHA LIPOIC ACID ON BLASTOCYST EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT IN VIVO IN MICE (Mus musculus) EXPOSED CIGARETTE SMOKE Said, Syahruddin; Prianto, Adi Setyawan; Pramadipta, Senri Utama
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This study was conducted to find out effect of alpha lipoic acid (ALA) on the development of in vivo blastocyst embryo in mice (Mus musculus) exposed in cigarettes smoke. This study used 30 mice divided into 6 treatment groups factorial 2x3. Factor A is treatment of ALA (0; 16.5 μM; 49.5 μM) per orally. Factor B is the treatment of cigarette smoke (with and without cigarette smoke). Giving cigarette smoke was done by covering the cage with plastic having two holes for cigarette smoke and airflow. The data obtained were analyzed using a complete randomized design (RAL) 2x3, followed by parametric Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and independent sample T-Test, and Post Hoc Duncan test. The development of embryo of mice reaching blastocyst stage at ALA with dose 16,5 μM (16.00±7.12) were significantly higher (p<0.05) than negative control (13.50±1.73), but no significant effect with ALA dose 49.5 μM (19.25±4.03). The development of mice blastocyst embryos exposed to cigarette smoke (7.25±2.99) were significantly lower (p<0.05) compared with negative control. When the mice exposed to cigarette smoke were given ALA, the development of the blastocyst embryo returned to normal as in control, where the doses of 16.5 μM and 49.5 μM were not significantly different. It can be concluded that (1) ALA dose 16.5 μM and 49.5 μM have positive effect on blastocyst development in vivo, (2) cigarette smoke have negative effect on blastocyst development, (3) ALA 16.5 μM and 49.5 μM per orally capable counteract the oxidative stress caused by exposure to cigarette smoke.
AMMONIATION OF RICE STRAW AND SUPPLEMENTATION OF Paraserianthes falcataria AND Sapindus rarak ON IN VITRO RUMEN FERMENTATION AND METHANE PRODUCTION Jayanegara, Anuraga; Krisnawan, Nanang; Widyawati, Yeni; Sudarman, Asep
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This study aimed to observe the effects of rice straw ammoniation and supplementation of Paraserianthes falcataria and Sapindus rarak on rumen fermentation and methane production in vitro. Rice straw was ammoniated by adding 2% urea. Rice straw, ammoniated rice straw, P. falcataria leaves and S. rarak fruits were oven-dried and finely ground. Experimental treatments were arranged as follow: rice straw (T1), ammoniated rice straw (T2), T2 80% + P. falcataria 20% (T3), T2 60% + P. falcataria 40% (T4), T2 80% + P. falcataria 10% + S. rarak 10% (T5), and T2 60% + P. falcataria 20% + S. rarak 20% (T6). An amount of 1 g sample from each treatment was added with 100 ml rumen fluid and buffer mixture (1:2 v/v), and incubated in a water bath at 39 ºC for 48 h. The incubation was performed in four replicates and each replicate was represented by four incubation bottles. Results showed that urea treatment increased gas production of rice straw at 24 and 48 h, higher ammonia production, higher IVDMD, and lower methane production as compared to the untreated rice straw (P<0.05). Addition of P. falcataria or S. rarak at lower level produced similar ammonia concentration as ammoniated rice straw whereas their addition at higher level decreased ammonia concentration (P<0.05). Paraserianthes falcataria addition to ammoniated rice straw decreased protozoa population (P<0.05) and S. rarak further decreased the fauna population (P<0.05) as well. Inclusion of S. rarak at 20% DM (T6) produced the lowest methane production both at 24 and 48 h after incubation and lowest methane production per unit of DM degraded. It was concluded that ammoniation of rice straw improved its nutritional quality with lower methane production, and its mixture with P. falcataria and S. rarak further increased the quality and lower the production of methane, respectively.        
THE COMPARISON OF TECHNICAL EFFICIENCY ON CATTLE BREEDING BUSINESS BETWEEN SHARE-BEEF CATTLE MODEL AND FARMER-OWN BEEF CATTLE MODEL AT MUARO JAMBI REGENCY, JAMBI PROVINCE Pramusintho, Bagus; Hartono, Slamet; Darwanto, Dwidjono Hadi; Suryantini, Any
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The lack of capital for investment and limited access for small beef cattle farming to obtain credit from financial institution have contributed to the occurrence of share-beef cattle in rural areas. Through share-beef cattle pattern, the farmers (tenant) can rent livestock from other parties (individual nor government) within a share-beef cattle contract agreement. The purposes of this study were to determine the technical efficiency and the factors which influence the inefficiency from 108 small beef cattlebreeding, which consists of 59 farming operated by owner and 49 operated by tenant.  The unit samples were selected by snowball sampling method and analysed by Stochastic Frontier Production. Our study showed that the average technical efficiency of beef cattle breeding operated by owner was at 0.73, otherwise operated by tenant was at 0.790. The inefficiency of beef cattle breeding operated by owner has negatively corresponded to the number of cows, the farmer age, the age of cow and the application of artificial insemination (IA), but positively corresponded to allocation of family labour and level of farmer education. The inefficiency of beef cattle breeding operated by a tenant has negatively corresponded to the application of artificial insemination (AI). Specific conclusion of the study was the technical efficiency level of small beef cattle breeding was not only affected by the ownership of beef cattle but also by the pattern of share-beef cattle.  The share-beef cattle based on share income(50:50) may improve the value of technical efficiency compared to share-beef cattle based on share in-kind (share-beef cattle revolving cow or share-beef cattle revolving calf).
REPRODUCTIVE PERFORMANCES OF SUMBA ONGOLE COWS INSEMINATED WITH FROZEN BELGIAN BLUE SEMEN Aji, Riyan Nugroho; Panjono, Panjono; Agus, Ali; Widyobroto, Budi Prasetyo; Hartatik, Tety; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta; Ismaya, Ismaya; Bintara, Sigit
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The purpose of this study was to observe the reproductive performances of Sumba Ongole (SO) cows inseminated with frozen Belgian Blue (BB) semen. This research was expected to be used as a reference in the cow’s maintenance, especially in the implementation of Artificial Insemination (AI), as well as for subsequent studies. Parameter of this study includes the signs of estrus symptoms, S/C ratio, CR, NRR, and pregnancy time. The results showed a large value of S/C for cow SO 2.60±1.81, great value for cattle CR SO was 40%, the value of NRR was 60%, and the pregnancy time SO was 273.80±4.08. It is concluded that reproductive performance of SO cows are good, using SO cows to cross with BB cow is possible to do. 
IN VITRO DIGESTIBILITY OF RICE STRAW-BASED RATIONS OF DAIRY COWS CONTAINING FERMENTED CONCENTRATE BY Saccharomyces cerevisiae AND Effective Microorganisms-4 (EM-4) Hernaman, Iman; Tarmidi, Ana Rochana; Dhalika, Tidi
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Concentrate was used to improve rice straw-based rations of dairy cows. Rejected foods can be used to formulate concentrate but it can contain unwanted materials. This research aimed to know the best of fermentation time and rations formulation. Research phase 1 was  to observe nutrient and energy contents of concentrate fermented by Saccharomyces cerevisiae and  EM-4 at 0, 3, and 6 days. Phase 2 was to evaluate the use of the best fermented concentrate of  the phase 1 to be used in the ration on in vitro rumen degradability using treatments as follows: 1) 50%  rice straws + 50% concentrate, 2) 50% rice straws + 25 concentrate + 25% fermented concentrate, 3) 50% rice straws + 50% fermented concentrate. This study used completely randomized design and the collected data were analyzed by Contrast Orthogonal test. The results showed that crude protein (CP) increased but crude fiber (CF) and bruto energy decreased due to concentrate fermentation. A 3 day fermentation resulted in the highest (P<0.05) CP (14.48%) and the lowest CF (17.01%). The use of fermented concentrate at 50% in the ration resulted in the highest (P<0.05) digestibility of dry matter (63.68%) and organic matter (58.70%). It can be concluded that concentrate fermentation at 3 days by Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Effective Microorganisms-4 (EM-4) was the best treatments. Its use in rice straws-based rations of dairy cows at 50% and result in the highest digestibility of dry matter and organic matter.
THE EVALUATION OF SILICA+ SUPPLEMENTATION IN DIFFERENT TYPE OF DIET ON PERFORMANCE, NUTRIENT RETENTION AND THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF BROILERS DIET Anshory, Irfan; Sumiati, Sumiati; Wijayanti, Indah
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This study aimed to evaluate the effect of silica+ supplementation (Si) in different types of diet on performance, nutrient retention (energy, protein, fat), and the economic value of broiler diet. The treatment diets are 1. HN (high nutrient), 2. HN+Si, 3. LN (low nutrient), 4. LN+Si, 5. HNRB (high nutrient contained rice bran) and 6. HNRB+Si. A number of 1440 unsexed day old chicks (CP707 strains) were arranged in a com­pletely randomized design consisted of 6 treatments and each treatment was replicated six times.  The results showed that silica+ supplementation in HNRB and LN diets did not affect the performance and nutrient retention. The HNRB diet produced low fat retention, high FCR during starter period, and lower body weight during starter and grower period (P<0.05). The LN diet resulted high FCR during starter period (P<0.05), however it had no effects on the body weight. Silica+ supplementation on HN diet decreased the FCR by 8.09% during the grower period (P<0.05). Besides, it increased the fat retention and true metabolizable energy corrected by nitrogen (TMEn) by 1.30% and 4.41%, respectively. In general, silica+ supplementation was applied on the high nutrient diet during the grower period (22 to 35 days of ages) was effective. HN+Si produced the highest economic value diet in terms of income over feed and chick cost (IOFCC) increasing by 11.07% and relative feed cost (RFC) decreasing by 4.16%.
ADDITION OF CASSAVA IN THE BASAL FEED BASED ON RICE STRAW FERMENTATION TO IMPROVE THE DIGESTIBILITY IN VITRO ON THE BALI CATTLE Christofel, John Bernhard Sendow; Noviandi, Cuk Tri; Utomo, Ristianto
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INTISARI Tujuan penelitian untuk mengetahui daya cerna sapi Bali secara in vitro terhadap penambahan ubi kayu pada waktu yang berbeda terhadap pakan basal jerami padi fermentasi. Penelitian ini selama 4 bulandan dilaksanakan di Laboratorium Teknologi Makanan Ternak, Biokimia Nutrisi, Uji Teknologi Pangan dan Hasil, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta. Persiapan alat dan bahan yakni sapi Bali berfistula rumen, jerami padi fermentasi, ubi kayu, seperangkat bahan dan alat laboratorium untuk analisis proksimat in vitro.Uji in vitro tahap pertama untuk mengetahui kecernaan bahan kering (BK), bahan organik (BO), konsentrasi NH3, protein mikrobia dan VFA, penelitian menggunakan metodein vitroTilley dan Terry dengan memodifikasi pada bagian tutup tabung reaksi. Data dianalisis dengan menggunakan analisis variansi completely randomized design (CRD) one-way ANOVA dengan bantuan XLSTAT. Analisis dilanjutkan menggunakan Duncan’s new multiple range test (DMRT) jika terdapat perbedaan. Hasil uji in vitro menunjukkan perbedaan nyata (P<0,05) dengan perlakuannya yaknitanpa penambahan 10% (0 jam) danpenambahan 10%ubi kayu kering pada jam ke 2, 4, dan 6sebagai berikut BK(35,35%, 46,01%, 45,27%,41,52%). BO (44,74%, 53,57%, 50,49%, 51,04%),NH3 (6,77 mg/100 ml, 4,85 mg/100 ml, 5,66 mg/100 ml, 5,39 mg/100 ml), protein mikrobia (0,17 mMol/ml/g, 0,15 mMol/ml/g, 0,14 mMol/ml/g, 0,14 mMol/ml/g), VFA : asetat, (22,98 mM, 20,18 mM, 30,70 mM, 35,21 mM), propionat (5,51 mM, 4,87 mM, 5,40 mM, 7,46 mM), butirat (1,38 mM, 2,51 mM, 3,23 mM, 3,42 mM). Kesimpulannya yakni penambahan ubi kayu pada waktu berbeda setelah diberi pakan basal jerami padi fermentasi dapat meningkatkan kecernaan sapi Bali secara in vitro.  (Kata Kunci :  In Vitro, Jerami Padi Fermentasi, Sapi Bali, Ubi Kayu).
INVESTMENT ANALYSIS FOR SMALL SCALE LAYER CHICKEN BUSINESS (Case Study in Triwidadi Village Pajangan Sub District Bantul Yogyakarta) Widiati, Rini; Nurtini, Sudi; Syahlani, Suci Paramitasari; Ariyadi, Bambang
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Chicken eggs are the most popular and nutritious food in human dietary.The production activities require investments that should create benefit for the business holder, especially for small-scale entrepreneurs with capital constraint and risks. The purpose of this study was to determine investment feasibility and to set alternatives in dealing with the risks on the small scale layer business. Survey method was implemented using 73 respondents selected purposively of small scale layer chicken business in Triwidadi village of Bantul district, Yogyakarta as the sample. Data were collected by direct interview to respondents using questionnaires that related to the research problem. Analysis of investment financial feasibility criteria’s using Net Present Value, Benefit Cost Ratio and Internal Rate of Return, followed by sensitivity analysis in facing business risk.  The result revealed that the average number of birds raised was 1572 birds. The NPV was IDR 37,377,383 per 5 years of investment, B / C ratio more than 1 and IRR was 20.58%. Based on the existing production management, layer chicken investment by small-scale farmers was profitable, but farmers faced on the risk of losses due to increasing feed prices, decreasing egg prices, and increased mortality. In anticipating the risks, farmers should improve productivity so that the Hen Day Average of egg production at least was 77%, on the increase in feed prices and decrease in egg prices of 5%. Small scale layer businesses could provide employment and welfare for society of lower classes.

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