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The Effect of Various Decomposers on Quality of Cattle Dung Compost Alfadlli, Nur Shoodiq; Noor, Safuan; Hertanto, Bayu Setya; Cahyadi, Muhammad
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.25865

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The aim of this study was to compare the utilization of decomposer from bioethanol waste (DLB) with various commercial decomposers on quality of compost made from cattle dung. This study used completely randomized design (one-way ANOVA) with four treatments and five replications. Materials used in this study were cattle dung, water, molasses, DLB and various commercial decomposers (A, B, and C). The treatments in this study were cattle dung + BLB 0.5% (P0), cattle dung + decomposer A 0.5% (P1), cattle dung + decomposer B 0.5% (P2) and cattle dung + decomposer C 0.5% (P3). Then, the mixtures were aerobically ripened until four weeks. During composting, compost was stirred weekly. Furthermore, mature compost was analyzed to evaluate the amount of C Organic, total N, total P, total K, total Ca, total Mg, C/N ratio and pH value. The analysis of variance showed that there was no difference of the quality and pH value of compost made from cattle dung with utilization of DLB and commercial decomposers. It could be concluded that utilization of DLB in composting of cattle dung had identically quality and pH value of compost with utilization of commercial decomposers, therefore, this technology could be an alternative to process waste from home industry of bioethanol.
Relationship Between Farmer’s Characteristics with the Motivation of Goat Milking in the Girikerto Village Turi District Sleman Regency Andarwati, Siti; Haryadi, Trisakti; Guntoro, Budi; Sulastri, Endang; Putra, R. Ahmad Romadhoni Surya; Gunawan, Gunawan
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.32771

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This research aimed to determine the relationship between farmer characteristics including age, education level, farming experience, side income, number of dependent family member, and farmers business scale with the motivation of goat milking in Girikerto Village, Turi District, Sleman Regency. The type of this research was quantitative explanatory, that was the type of research explaining the nature of the relationship and examining the relationship between farmer characteristics with milking motivation. The research method used a household survey of farmers with the help of questionnaires. The number of respondent’s sample used was 56 goat farmers with provisions using the Slovin formula. Sampling technique used Simple Random Sampling. Data were analyzed by Product Moment correlation. The results showed that the variables of age, farming experience, and business scale had a significant relationship with the motivation of goat milking, while the variables of education, side job and a number of dependents had no significant relationship with the motivation of milking. Farmer’s motivation to milk goats could be increased in line with increasing the age and experience of farmers. The motivation of milking goats could also be increased by increasing the number of livestock ownership, especially the ownership of lactating goats.
The Effect of Traditional Transportation Using Cool Box on Quality of Fresh Milk and Frozen Milk from Peternakan Sapi Terpadu Sangatta to Samarinda East Kalimantan Ismanto, Arif; Ardhani, Fikri; Marhamah, Marhamah
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.31559

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This study was aimed to determine the quality of milk before and after through the transportation process as far as ± 180 km for ± 4 hours from Peternakan Sapi Terpadu, North Sangata to Samarinda. This research used 2 treatments: frozen and fresh milk. Preliminary tests carried out before the transport process, while the final tests carried out after transportation including parameters of chemical composition, physical quality and organoleptic quality. Data were analyzed by statistic t-test. The results showed that the physical, chemical and organoleptic attributes (except viscosity) of frozen and fresh milk were not significantly different before and after transportation. The viscosity of frozen milk before and after transportation were 1.0212 and 1.0277 g/cm3 respectively, while on fresh milk were 1.0265 and 1.0272 g/cm3, respectively. The freezing point of milk before and after transportation was -0.445 to -0.527ºC for frozen milk and -0.480 ºC to 0.490ºC for fresh milk. Protein content before and after transportation was 2.52% to2.78% for frozen milk and from 2.78 % to 2.87% for fresh milk. The fat content before and after transportation was 6.78% to 5.04% for frozen milk and from 3.73% to 4.04% for fresh milk. The lactose content before and after transportation that is from 13.66% become 13.21% for frozen milk and 11.33% to 11.88% for fresh milk. The total solid content before and after transportation was 13.66 % and 13.21% for frozen milk and 11.33% to 11.88% for fresh milk. The SNF content before and after transportation was 6.88 % to 8.17 % for frozen milk and from 7.60% to 7.84% for fresh milk. It can be concluded that traditional transportation of milk from Peternakan Sapi Terpadu to Samarinda did not affect the organoleptic, physical, and chemical except viscosity of milk.
Direct Stimulation by Methanol Addition on the Cultured Medium for Methanol Dehydrogenase Protein Purification from Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110 Kurniawati, Novita; Pertiwiningrum, Ambar; Erwanto, Yuny; Fitriyanto, Nanung Agus; Abidin, Mohammad Zainal
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.28155

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Methanol dehydrogenase (MDH) enzyme was purified from Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110 cell-free extract. The bacteria were grown in a culture medium with direct 0.5% methanol addition aimed to stimulates the MDH catalytic enzyme activation. Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110 MDH enzyme was purified by using 25 mM 2-(N-morpholine) ethanesulfonic acid/MES pH 5.5 buffer and 1 M sodium chloride/NaCl which separated into three columns, the first column was PD-10 for buffer exchange; the second column was HiTrap Sepharose HP to obtain unbonded fraction in the column; and the third column was Mono S 5/50 GL integrated with two pumps HPLC (high-performance liquid chromatography) to obtain pure MDH enzyme for serial changing of 1 M NaCl-25mM MES pH 5.5 with the flow rate at 1 ml/min. The protein concentration and MDH catalytic enzyme activity were observed on each purification process starting from the cell-free extract to pure MDH enzyme. The pure MDH enzyme was obtained by Mono S 5/50 GL-HPLC purification which showed a single band on SDS PAGE (sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis). The MDH enzyme purification from Bradyrhizobium japonicum USDA110 showed 90-fold purification, a sub-molecular weight of 63 kDa, specific activity at 2.69 U/mg, and optimum activity at a 35oC temperature and pH 9.     
Identification of a Differentiation Factor of Indonesian Ongole Cattle Breeds Based on Microsatellite Markers and Mitochondrial DNA Agung, Paskah Partogi; Hermansyah, Alfandy
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.33724

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This study was conducted to identify the differentiation factor of Indonesian Ongole cattle breeds (Sumba Ongole and Ongole Grade) based on the 12 microsatellite markers and Cyt b gene polymorphism. A total of 50 blood samples (25 samples for each cattle breed) were used in this study. The multiplex DNA fragment analysis was conducted for allele identification based on the microsatellite markers. The haplotype identification (based on the mitochondrial DNA) was conducted using restriction fragment length polymorphism (RFLP) analysis with three restriction enzymes i.e. HinfI, HaeIII, and XbaI. Twelve microsatellite loci in this study revealed high polymorphism. A total of 82 alleles were detected in the SO cattle and 117 alleles were detected in the PO cattle. The TGLA227 and ETH225 were specific locus candidates which are different in the size and the number of alleles in the SO and PO cattle breeds. The B (HinfI), D (HaeIII), and Y (XbaI) haplotypes were found only in the PO cattle breed samples. The X haplotype was found in all samples of the SO cattle breed but was not found in all samples of the PO cattle breed. The Y haplotype was found in all samples of the PO cattle breed but was not found in all samples of the SO cattle breed. It can be concluded that the TGLA227 and ETH225 (based on microsatellite markers) and the B, D, X, and Y haplotypes (based on the mitochondrial DNA) can be considered as the differentiation factors between the SO and PO cattle breeds.
Low Irradiation Dose for Sorghum Seed Sterilization: Hydroponic Fodder System and In Vitro Study Wahyono, Teguh; Wahyu Hardani, Shintia Nugrahini; Sugoro, Irawans
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.30888

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The purpose of this study was to to evaluate the influence of low gamma irradiation dose on growth performance, in vitro gas production and rumen fermentation product of sorghum hydroponic fodder (SHF) to utilize them in ruminant diets. Three polyethylene packages of Samurai 2 sorghum seeds were exposed at 25oC gamma irradiation in gamma cell (Co-60) at doses of 100, 200 and 300 Gy in the presence of air. Samples were then referigated (< 5oC) before planting. All seeds were planted in nutrient film technique hydroponic system. This study used Completely Randomized Design with four replications The observed parameters were total fresh yield, plant height and coversion ratio from seeds to SHF. In vitro gas test evaluation was done to compare all treatments with sorghum straw. The observed parameters were total gas production, kinetics gas, CH4 concentration, CO2 concentration and rumen fermentation products. Results showed that lower irradiation dose for seeds sterilization decreased plant height and total fresh yield on SHF production. In vitro total gas production of all SHF treatment was higher (p<0.05) than sorghum straw (control) at 2-48 h time of incubation. Gamma irradiation dose of 200 and 300 Gy on SHF seeds sterilization decreased (p<0.05) in vitro CH4 concentration for 19.51 and 15.43% respectively compared to SHF control (hypochlorite sterilization). In the same dose, seeds sterilization with gamma irradiation increased (p<0.05) CO2:CH4 ratio by 23.46 and 20.73% respectively compared to SHF control. The treatment of 100 Gy gamma irradiation for seed sterilization also increased (p<0.05) TVFA by 30.63% compared to sorghum straw. It was concluded that lower irradiation dose for seeds sterilization decreased growth performance of SHF. However, 100 Gy gamma irradiation increased in vitro total gas production.
The Effect of Season on the Feed Quantity and Quality and Growth Performance of Male Bali Cattle Fattened in Smallholder Farms Tahuk, Paulus Klau; Baliarti, Endang; Budhi, Subur Priyono Sasmito; Panjono, Panjono
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.33058

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The research was aimed to determine the effect of season on feed quantity and quality, and growth performance of male Bali cattle fattened in smallholder farms. Observation from January to March for rainy season and June to August for dry season. Feed quantity and quality were observed covering all feedstuff used farmers in fattening. Cattle used for rainy season was 50 heads aged 1.5 – 4.0 years with initial body weight (BW) 188.03±31.85 kg. In dry season, observation was continued for the same cattle as many as 35 heads aged 2.0 – 4.5 years and initial BW was 261.80±38.46 kg. Data were analyzed by quantitative descriptiption for feed quantity and quality, while growth performance were analyzed by independent T-Test. Results of study showed the dominant type of feedstuff used during rainy and dry season were L.leucocephala (56.00 vs 33.14%), Zea mays fresh straw 18.44% (rainy season), natural grass (13.00 vs 22.25%), P.purpuroides (3.68 vs 3.99%) and G.sepium (1.36 vs 29.69%). Crude protein (CP) of L.leucocephala and G.sepium higher during the dry season, while S. grandiflora, natural grass, and P.purpuroides higher in rainy season. The DMD (%) of L. leucocephala and S. grandiflora in rainy and dry seasons were almost the same, but G.sepium had DMD higher in dry season. The OMD L.leucocephala and G. sepium higher during the dry season, while the S.grandiflora had higher during the rainy season. Natural grass and P.purpuroides had DMD and OMD higher during the rainy season. Dry matter intake (kg/head/day) of cattle during dry season was higher (P<0.01), but rainy season ADG and FCR was higher (P<0.01). It can be concluded the feed used by farmers during the rainy season was more varied, with better quality. As a result, the performance of Bali cattle fattened was higher in the rainy season than in the dry season.
The Use 3 of Banana Peel Meal (Musa paradisiaca) as Substitution of Corn in the Diets on Performance and Carcass Production of Hybrid Ducks Fitroh, Bagus Andika; Wihandoyo, Wihandoyo; Supadmo, Supadmo
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.31998

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This study was aimed to evaluate the utilization of banana peel meal as alternatives to substitution of corn in the diets based on the performance, carcass production, intestinal villi, the best type and utilization level of banana peel meal as corn substitution. A total of 105 male day old duck used in a completely randomized design (CRD), i.e. half of it (25%) and all of it (50%) replacing corn with banana peel meal PB= basal feed without banana peel meal; K25 and K50 = basal feed with Kepok banana peel meal; T25 dan T50 = basal feed with Tanduk banana peel meal; R25 dan R50 = basal feed with Raja banana pel meal. each treatment was done through 3 replications, with each replication consisted of 5 hybrid ducks. The data with significant differences were analyzed using orthogonal contrast. The paramater collected include performance (feed consumption, body weight gain, final weight, and feed conversion), carcass and abdominal percentage (carcass weight and carcass percentage). The results of the study showed that the utilization of banana peel meal on ducks had lower yields (P<0.05) in body weight gain, body weight, carcass weight, abdominal fat weight, but had higher feed conversion rather than basal feed treatment. It could be concluded that banana peel meal can not be used as substitution of corn in diets, because it can decrease the performance and carcass production of ducks, banana peel meal Kepok and Tanduk with level of 25% gives best performance and carcass weight when used as substitution of corn.
SRY Gene Marker Differences in Native and Crossbreed Cattle Hartatik, Tety; Priyadi, Dwi Ahmad; Agus, Ali; Bintara, Sigit; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta; Panjono, Panjono; Widyobroto, Budi Prasetyo; Adinata, Yudi
Buletin Peternakan Vol 42, No 3 (2018): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 42 (3) AUGUST 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.29940

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This study focused on the promoter region of the SRY gene with 1,281 bp DNA fragments, including 5UTR, CAAT signal, and TATA box. Genomic samples of 19 cattle were obtained from Wagyu-BX (n = 2), BX (n = 5), Simmental (n = 2), Limousin (n = 2), Ongole (n = 2), Madura (n = 2), Bali (n = 2), Nellore (n = 1), and Hereford (n = 1). Two flanking primers (forward and reverse) were used for polymerase chain reaction (PCR). The PCR products were then sequenced by using a two-way primer. The obtained sequences were aligned with clustalW software to determine the differences in the nucleotide base arrangement which compiled the promoter region of the SRY gene. The cattle crossbreeding was done as an effort to improve the genetic variations and qualities. The SRY gene is a marker gene inherited from the male side (bull), so the SRY gene is expected to be used as a marker to monitor the crossbreeding. The monitoring of the crossbreed cattle is an initial effort to increase the genetic variations and enhance the genetic qualities without threatening the germplasm purity. The results of this study showed that the overall sample is monomorphic, except for Bali and Nellore cattle. Further research is needed by expanding the analysis area of the SRY gene and increasing the number of samples.
The Differences of Feed Quality and Egg Production Performance of Tegal and Magelang Ducks on Farming in Central Java Ismoyowati, Ismoyowati; Indrasanti, Diana; Sulistyawan, Ibnu Hari
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v42i3.34465

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This study was conducted to compare the environmental conditions around farms which was located in Tegal for Tegal ducks and Magelang for Magelang ducks. This study was also aimed to compare the composition of both feed nutrient content and the egg production. The research was conducted by survey method with purposive random sampling based on duck populations and age (8-15 months) provided by the farmer. Each area was provided 10 farmers for every farm and the data were collected in July-September, 2017. Environmental condition measurement were the temperature of the duck housing, and the composition and nutrient content of feed and the egg production of ducks. The results showed that all farmers’ ducks on a dry system rearing (without water pool) with average temperature in Tegal area 30.53±1.38oC and Magelang 28.32±1.00oC. Feed compositions given for Tegal duck consist of: dried rice, rice bran, concentrate, trash fish, golden snail, vermicelli waste and shrimp waste. The average nutrient content was crude protein 19.25%, energy 2,913 kcal/kg, crude fiber 5.82%, crude fat 6.87%, Ca 3.06% and P 1.40%. Feed composition for Magelang ducks consisted of rice (nasi aking), rice bran and concentrate, with crude protein content of 17.99%, 2,801 kcal/kg, crude fiber 8.14%, crude fat 6.10%, Ca 2.29% and P 1.04%. Tegal duck egg production was lower than Magelang ducks (64.89 vs 75.44%), but the egg weight was relatively the same. It could be concluded that the temperature of Tegal duck housing in Tegal region was hotter than Magelang region. Although the food quality of Tegal ducks was better than that of Magelang ducks, Tegal duck had a lower egg production because of the high environmental temperature.

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