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Utilization of Jack Bean (Canavalia ensiformis) Meal as a Substitute for Soybean Meal in Diet for Broiler Reared for 35 Days Sudarman, Asep; Jayanti, Anggun Marsiz; Mutia, Rita
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 1 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (1) FEBRUARY 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (285.497 KB) | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i1.24772

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This study was aimed to evaluate the utilization of jack bean meal as a substitution of soybean meal in the diets and the effect on broiler performance. A total number of two hundred Lohmann MB 202 Platinum broiler chickens were kept in five weeks rearing period, consisted of three weeks of starter phase (0-3 weeks) and two weeks of finisher phase (3-5 weeks). This study used a completely randomized design with four treatments and five replicates. The dietary treatments were: JB0-0 (control ration: basal diet without jack bean meal substitution in starter and in finisher phase), JB50-0 (basal diet with jack bean meal substitution in starter phase only), JB50-50 (basal diet with jack  bean meal substitution in starter and in finisher phase), JB0-50 (basal diet with jack  bean meal substitution in the finisher phase only). The data obtained were statistically analyzed using analysis of variance and followed with Duncans multiple-range test for the data with significant difference. The variables measured were: growth performance, carcase yield, visceral organ weight and immune organ. Results showed that the dietary treatment had no effect on performance, carcass yield and commercial cut, visceral organ or immune organs of 35 days old broiler chickens, except for the thymus (P<0.05). It can be concluded that as a source of protein, soybean meal can be replaced by jack bean meal up to 50%.  Jack bean meal can be given either in starter phase only, in finisher phase only, or in both starter and in finisher phase.
The Type of Honeybees Forages in District of Pakem Sleman and Nglipar Gunungkidul Yogyakarta Agussalim, Agussalim; Agus, Ali; Umami, Nafiatul; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 1 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (1) FEBRUARY 2018
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This research aimed to investigate the type of plants for honeybees forages in Pakem Sleman and Nglipar Gunungkidul. This research was conducted from 16 March to 12 May 2016. The method used was direct observation in the plantations, fields, and forests. The type of plants observed were dominant plants, so can be developed beekeeping, honey. To determine the type of plants that produce nectar and pollen, one or two samples of flower in each plant were taken, then the availability of nectar and pollen was checked. The data of honeybees forage types were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the type of honeybees forages in Pakem Sleman consisted of coconut, coffee, banana, calliandra, avocado, rice, albizia, chili, tomato, long beans, mustard green, maize, cucumber, melinjo, mahogany, cassava, and cherry. Honeybees forages in Nglipar Gunungkidul consisted of coconut, albizia, acacia, banana, peanuts, tamarind, eucalyptus, rambutan, sorghum, cacao, soybeans, cassava, maize, rice, rose wood, mahogany, and cherry. Thus, Pakem Sleman and Nglipar Gunungkidul have great potential for development of beekeeping honey.
The Use of Lactic Acid Bacteria as Ruminant Probiotic Candidates Based on In Vitro Rumen Fermentation Characteristics Ridwan, Roni; Bungsu, Win Ariga; Astuti, Wulansih Dwi; Rohmatussolihat, Rohmatussolihat; Sari, Nurul Fitri; Fidriyanto, Rusli; Jayanegara, Anuraga; Wijayanti, Indah; Widyastuti, Yantyati
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 1 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (1) FEBRUARY 2018
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This research was conducted to select, to identify LAB isolates and to investigate the effects of the LAB as probiotics candidate in the rumen fermentation. Nine isolates exhibited the potency as candidate probiotics for cattle. The experiment was arranged in randomized block design with ten treatments and three different times of in vitro as a block. The substrate consisted of 70% forage and 30% concentrate proportion. The substrate was incubated at 39oC using serum bottle of 100 ml capacity for fermentation. Approximately 0.75 g of substrates was put inside the serum bottle glass and filled with 73 ml of buffered rumen fluid and 2 ml of LAB inoculant. Gas production was measured every 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 24, 48 and 72 h of the incubation period. Gas production kinetic was estimated by the Ørskov’s equation. The LAB with the highest gas production, as probiotics candidate, were identified using partial 16S rDNA sequence. The results of this research indicated that nine LAB produced high gas production in the range of 193-198 ml compare to that of control (173 ml). The addition of LAB in rumen fermentation resulted in digestibility 65-75%, organic matter digestibility 51-73%, and 6.67-6.68 pH. Based on the molecular identification, 8 isolates are Lactobacillus plantarum and 1 of uncultured bacteria. The LAB strain 32 L. plantarum showed the best for a ruminant probiotic candidate based on the in vitro rumen fermentation characteristic.
The Effect of 12 and 24-Hour Blue Lighting on Performance and Feeding Behaviour of Broiler Chickens Asih, Diah Reni; Harimurti, Sri; Wihandoyo, Wihandoyo
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 1 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (1) FEBRUARY 2018
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This study was conducted to assess the effects of the 12 and 24 hours blue lighting on the performance of broiler chickens. This study used 2,700 broiler chickens that were divided into three treatments which are: control lighting (K) with conventional light used by farmers, 12-hours blue lighting (B12), and 24-hours  blue lighting (B24). Each treatment was repeated three times and consisted of 300 broiler chickens each. The parameters observed were feeding behaviour including the feeding duration, feeding frequency, and broiler chickens performance. The results showed that broilers treated with the B24 and B12 lighting have longer feeding duration (P<0.05), lower feeding frequency (P<0.05), higher body weight gained (P<0.05), and lower feed conversion (P<0.05) when compared to those of chickens with K lighting. The conclusion of this study showed that continuous 24-hours blue lighting (B24) caused longer feeding duration  and lower feeding frequency and the treatment of B24 and B12 lighting gave better benefits than control lighting. 
Modeling How the Leader Power Affecting Performances of the Smallholder Beef Farming Setianto, Novie Andri; Hidayat, Nunung Noor; Yuwono, Pambudi
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 1 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (1) FEBRUARY 2018
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This study aimed to explore how the leader power is affecting the performance of beef farmer group. The research was undertaken in two farmers group in Kabupaten Banjarnegara, Central Java Province involving 35 farmers and two beef traders. Systems thinking the approach was chosen about its capability to capture the complexity of the beef farming systems. A combination of semi-structured interviews, in-depth interviews, and workshop have been conducted to finalize this study. The discussion were focused on three aspects; (1) daily activities; (2) resources used and affected by those activities; and (3) pressures that are directly affected the resources and activities. The result was presented in a Causal Loop Diagram (CLD) which generated using Vensim® software. The CLD showed that leader power affects the group performance in two reinforcing loops. Firstly, leader power positively linked to the decision for allocating profit to group reinvestment. Secondly, for allocating proportion for breeding. Farmer’s actual income become the leverage of the power dimension. Income will enforce the power thus makes the loop virtuous, whereas a loss will reduce power and makes the power loop vicious. 
Farmer’s Individual Potential in Different Farm Sizes of Local Beef Cattle Farming in Kebumen Regency, Indonesia Sugiarto, Mochamad; Nur, Syarifuddin; Jatmiko, Oentoeng Edy; Wahyu, Marti Ike
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This study aims (1) identify the farmer’s individual potential in different farm sizes and (2) analyze the relationship of basic potential, availability of man power potential, provision of production input potential, and technological mastery potential with the increasing farm size of PO Kebumen cattle. 100 respondents (breeding farmers) from 6 sub-districts known as PO Kebumen beef cattle development centers are selected using a multistage sampling method. The results of Kruskal Wallis Test explain that farmer’s individual potential of PO Kebumen beef cattle farming showed significant difference at different farm size (P<0.01). Based on the Spearman rank correlation test, the availability of technological potential and the provision of production input potential are considered as the important elements regarding to the increasing farm size of PO Kebumen beef cattle (P <0.01). The mastery of technology and the provision of production inputs are the driving factors for increasing the farm size of PO Kebumen cattle.
Improvement Nutrient Digestibility and Production Performance of Cattle Through Restricted Amino Acid and Organic Minerals Addition on Fermented Palm Oil Waste-Based Feed Adhianto, Kusuma; muhtarudin, Muhtarudin; Liman, Liman; Haryanto, Agus
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The objective of this research was to evaluate the effect of branched-chain amino acid and organic mineral addition on fermented palm oil waste based-feed to the nutrients digestibility and cattle performance. The research was done using nine Ongole crossbred cattle by applying randomized block design with three treatments and three replications. The first treatment (R0) was fermented palm oil waste-based feed; and the second treatment (R1) was R0 with 13% cassava leaves addition; and the third treatment (R2) was R1 with organic minerals (40 ppm Zn; 10 ppm Cu; 0.1 ppm Se; and 0.3 ppm Cr) addition. The result showed that R2 gave a significant effect (P<0.05) on crude protein, crude fiber, and ether extract digestibility, but showed no significant effect on dry matter and organic matter digestibility and cattle production parameters. The research concluded that fermented palm oil waste-based feed with 13% cassava leaves and organic minerals addition gave the best result based on the digestibility and cattle production parameters.
Carcass Quality, Non-Carcass Component and Meat Cholesterol of Kacang Goat Fed with Fermented Cocoa Shell Suryanto, Edi; Bulkaini, Bulkaini; Soeparno, Soeparno; Mastur, Mastur
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The experiment was conducted to investigate carcass quality, non-carcass component and meat cholesterol content of Kacang goat fed with fermented cocoa shell (FCS). Materials used in the experiment consisted of 9 male Kacang goat (6 - 9 months of age and ± 18,67 kg of body weight), corn straw, rice bran and FCS using three types of starters. The goat was divided into 3 groups of FCS fermentation of cocoa shell were carried out using 3 types of starters, i.e. cocoa shell fermentation 1) without additional starter (WAS FCS), 2) with Bioplus (Bioplus FCS, 3) with burger feed sauce (BFS FCS). All goats were fed corn straw and rice bran amounting to 70% and FCS amounting to 30% for 2 months. They were then slaughtered at Majeluk Slaughterhouse, Lombok. The data of carcass quality, non-carcass component, cholesterol content, and marbling were collected. The results showed that the carcass quality and non carcass component of Kacang goat were not significantly different among the feed treatments. However, the cholesterol content of meat was significantly different among the feed treatments (P<0.05). The average of carcass percentage, backfat thickness, rib eye area, fleshing index, cholesterol content and marbling of Kacang goat fed WAS FCS were 47.69%, 1.68 mm, 29.01cm2, 0.85%, 30.13 mg/100g, and 0.16%; fed Bioplus FCS were 48.67%, 1.80 mm, 30.79 cm2, 0.91%, 34.96 mg/100g and 0.05%; fed BFS FCS were 48.02%, 1.74 mm, 29.90 cm2, 0.77%, 31.88 mg/100g, and 0.11%, respectively. Non-carcass component of Kacang goat was not significantly different among the feed treatments, it was 42.41±0.064% in average. Cholesterol content of meat of Kacang goat differed among the feed treatments (P<0.05). Kacang goat fed WAS FCS had the lowest cholesterol content (30.13 mg/100 g). It could be concluded that Kacang goat fed ration containing fermented cocoa shell with several starters produced similar carcass quality and non carcass component. However, FCS without additional starter resulted in lower cholesterol content of meat.
Analysis of Business Efficiency Level of Beef Cattle in Banggai District of Central Sulawesi Rusdiana, Supardi; Soeharsono, Soeharsono
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 1 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (1) FEBRUARY 2018
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This study aims to determine the level of efficiency analysis of beef cattle business in breeders. The research was conducted in Batui Sub-district, Banggai Regency, Central Sulawesi in 2015, using completely randomized design (CRD), with control I, treatment II = 1 + supplemented feed 1.00% of body weight, treatment III = 1 + supplement feed 1,50% of body weight and treatment IV = 1 + supplemented feed 2.00% of body weight, according to the weight of the livestock. Primary data obtained from interviews on business units of beef cattle farmers, while secondary data obtained from the relevant agencies. The collected data were analyzed descriptively, qualitatively and economic analysis. The results showed that income on the implementation of supplemented feed of the highest concentrate feed was achieved at 2.00% supplementation level. The gain in control I is IDR13,680,-/head, R/C ratio 1.50 and B/C ratio 0.56, treatment II IDR19,380,-/head, R/C 2.15 and B/C 1.15, treatment III of IDR25,080,-/head, R/C ratio 2.26 and B/C ratio 1.26 and treatment IV of IDR28,500,-/head, R/C 2.44 and B/C 1.44. Financially, beef cattle business is profitable and shows the feasibility of cattle business deserve to be developed.
Application of Multiplex PCR Assay for Campylobacter fetus Sub sp. Detection and Differentiation in Bovine Preputial Wash Agistiana, Seruni; Setiyaningsih, Surachmi; Indrawati, Agustin
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The aim of this research was to evaluate the detection and differentiation of C. fetus subspecies through multiplex PCR (mPCR) method from the bovine preputial wash. The evaluation was done by comparing 2 extraction methods, which was by commercial kit extraction and boiling method, and also by measuring the effect of Transport Enrichment Media (TEM) addition as bacterial enrichment. Spiked bovine preputial washes with 2 extraction methods (commercial kit and boiling), with and without TEM addition were used as a sample. The results showed that the highest sensitivity/specificity was by boiling extraction without TEM addition, which reached 83.3%/100% for all or grouped sample. The results also supported by Poisson regression analysis which showed the comparison between sample with and without TEM addition which had 1.3 Incidence Rate Ratio (IRR). The obtained IRR score indicated that sample without TEM addition had 30% better result compared to the sample with TEM addition. Furthermore, a comparison between commercial kit and boiling extraction showed no significant difference (1.029 IRR). The research concluded that boiling extraction without TEM addition is the most accurate, fast and economical extraction method regarding its high sensitivity and specificity value, with less than 24 hours testing time and without any commercial kit requirements. However, a validation and verification with field sample were still needed before applied in the laboratory.

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