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Effects of Methionine-Cysteine Amino Acid Supplementations in the Aflatoxin B1 Contaminated Diet on Broiler Production Performance Purnamasari, Listya; Agus, Ali; Noviandi, Cuk Tri
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (219.86 KB) | DOI: 10.21059/buletinpeternak.v43i4.31150

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This research aimed to observe the interaction of methionine-cysteine amino acid supplementation to decrease the effect of aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) on diet against production performance of broiler chicken. A number of 240 mixed sex broiler chickens were treated in 9 treatments by factorial design 3 x 3 with methionine-cysteine amino acid (M+C) (75,100, dan 125%) factors and AFB1 levels (0, 200, dan 400 ppb). Variables observed were: Weight gain, feed consumption, and feed conversion ratio (FCR). The results showed that increased AFB1 content in diet from 0 to 400 ppb increased chicken body weight (P <0.05) in each age group. The high body weight was balanced with high feed consumption along with increased nutrient needs, mainly sulfuric amino acid (M+C) as the precursor of glutathione to eliminate toxic through conjugation reactions. The interaction effect was firstly occurred between M + C and AFB1 treatment (P <0.05). Meanwhile increased supplementation of M + C from 75 to 125% caused decreased feed consumption in each age group of chickens, but increased AFB1 levels further increased feed consumption (P<0.05). The interaction effect between the level of M + C and AFB1 contamination in diets on feed consumption were seen in 21-day-old chickens (P<0.05). FCR was also increased (P <0.05) with the reduction of M + C content in diet at 7 days old. The effect of AFB1 on diet and interaction between M + C and AFB1 on chicken FCR in this study was not significant in all age groups. It can be concluded from the current study that supplying methionine-cystine amino acid with 75, 100 and 125% in AFB1 contaminated diet of 0, 200 and 400 ppb improves the performance of broiler chicken production.
Effect of Cashew Nutshell Oil Supplementation as Phenol Source for Protein Protection on In Vitro Nutrient Digestibility Fitriastuti, Rahma; Yusiati, Lies Mira; Widyobroto, Budi Prasetyo; Bachruddin, Zaenal; Hanim, Chusnul
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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The current study was aimed to evaluate the ability of phenol content in cashew nutshell liquid (CNSL) in binding protein and its effect on in vitro nutrient digestibility. This research divided into three steps, there were determination of total phenol and tannins content in CNSL, optimalization binding of CNSL tannin to bovine serum albumin with the determination of protein-percipitable phenolics compound and protein content using Lowry method, after that amount of optimalization supplementation of CNSL was used for measuring on in vitro nutrient digestibility by Tilley and Terry method. The results showed that phenol and tannin content of CNSL were 148.69 g/100 ml and 28.3 g/100 ml. One gram tannin in CNSL could be bound by 65.83 g protein. Optimum tannin were used in this study was 5.85 g tannin or equivalent to 163.91 mg of CNSL. Amount of CNSL were used in various levels, there are 0, 50, 100, 150 dan 200 mg. CNSL supplementation reduced dry matter, organic matter crude protein digestibility in rumen, and didn?t reduce dry matter dan crude protein in vitro post rumen digestibility. Supplementation of CNSL increased feed efficiency on in vitro.
Semen Quality of Sentul Cock with Different Immunoglobulin Yolk Concentrations Ariyanti, Ria; Ulupi, Niken; Suryati, Tuti; Arifiantini, Raden Iis
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of different IgY concentrations on the quality of semen (macroscopic and microscopic) and testicular morphometry (weight, length and width of the testes) of Sentul cock testis and its ability to fertilize hens. This study used 4 months of 20 Sentul cocks consisting 10 high IgY concentration cocks and low IgY concentration cocks. This study used a complete randomized design (RAL) with 2 treatments namely low and high IgY concentration and10 times repetitions. Data were analyzed using t-test minitab program versions 16. Based on the result, different IgY concentrations did not affect the quality of semen and testicular morphometrics, but high IgY concentration cocks were able to fertilize more hens than the low IgY concentrations one by using dilution methods. This proves that high IgY concentration cocks are more effective and efficient cocks or stud.
The Influence of Innovation Characteristics to Farmers’ Decision in Accepting Integrated Crop-Livestock Technology in Karanganyar Region, Central Java Purnomo, Sutrisno Hadi; Handayanta, Eka; Hanifa, Aqni; Wibowo, Agung; Purnaningrum, Mela
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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Farmer?s decision in accepting integrated crop-livestock farming technology was affected by a some factors, including innovation characteristic. This research aimed to figure out the influence of innovation characteristic (relative advantage, compatibility, complexity, triability and observability) to farmer?s decision in adopting the innovation. The research was held in Ngargoyoso Subdistrict, Karanganyar Region, Central Java Province. Basic method used in this research was descriptive quantitative using purposive sampling technique to determine research location. Samples were determined using purposive sampling method with total number was 52 respondents. Data were analyzed using several analysis : data normality, validity, reliability, Oneway ANOVA, multiple linear regression and classic assumption. Oneway ANOVA test showed that farmers with different farming experience had different response in deciding to adopt the technology. Multiple linear regression test gave an equation Y = 2.379 + 0.369X1 + 0.213X2 + 0.080X3 + 0.777X4+ (-0.320X5) + e. The determination coefficient value (R2) is 0.647. The conclusion of this research was characteristic of innovation significantly influenced the farmers? decision in accepting the integrated crop-livestock technology simultaneously, but partially only variable relative advantage and triability which significantly influenced to farmers? decision in accepting the integrated crop-livestock technology innovation.
The Influence of Nano-Encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. Fruit Extract to Lipid Profile of Broiler Chicken Dani, Muhammad; Rusman, Rusman; Zuprizal, Zuprizal
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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The aim of this research was to examine the impact of nano encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract as feed additive that was given through drinking water towards lipid profile of broiler chicken. Experimental design used in this research was completely randomized design using six increment treatments of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract to the drinking water of the chicken each with five repetitions. Detail of treatment rations were as follow: T0 drinking water treatment without feed additive (negative control), T1 drinking water treatment + 0.2 mg/kg body weight simvastatin (positive control), T2 drinking water treatment + 1.5% Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract, T3 drinking water treatment + 3.0% Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract, T4 drinking water treatment + 1.5% nano encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract, T5 drinking water treatment + 3.0% nano encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract. Observed Parameters were the blood lipid profile, cholesterol of meat and crude fat of meat. The results showed that adding the nano encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract did not give significant effect (P>0.05) on blood lipid profile and crude fat of the thigh and breast of the broilers. Addition of nano encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract gives real impact (P<0.05) toward reduction of broiler?s meat cholesterol. The conclusion of this research is that giving nano encapsulation of Melastoma malabathricum L. fruit extract is able to improve lipid profile of broiler, which is in the amount of meat?s cholesterol.
Estimation of Repeatability Value of Weaning Weight and Most Probable Producing Ability (MPPA) of Saburai Doe in Tanggamus Regency Adhianto, Kusuma; Isngatirah, Tri; Sulastri, Sulastri; Hamdani, Muhammad Dima Iqbal
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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The aim of this study was to estimate the value of repeatability of weaning weight and Most Probable Producing Ability (MPPA) value of Saburai Doe in village breeding center (VBC), located in Tanggamus Regency. This research was conducted in Sumberejo and Gisting districts in January to May 2018.  Data collected in this study included the recording data of kids? birth, birth weight, weaning age, weaning weight, offspring sex from 122 doe who have given birth twice from 2015 to 2017.  The study was carried out by using survey method to know weaning weight, estimated repeatability values, and MPPA values of Saburai doe in Sumberejo and Gisting district. Results of this research shows that the average corrected weaning weight of Saburai Doe in Sumberejo and Gisting district were 16.59±3.45 and 16.93±2.90, with the repeatability value were 0.76 and 0.59 (high category), respectively. The result also shows that the average value of MPPA of Saburai Doe were 16.59±2.98 and 16.93±2.15, respectively. There were 10 doe with the highest MPPA value consisting of 5 does from Sumberejo district K2 22.07, Y3 21.95, Y4 21.80, K1 21.39, AD3 21.38 and 5 does from Gisting District D3 22.03, B1 21.09, D4 20.98, A1 20.83, D5 20.74. It is suggested to select Saburai Doe with the best MPPA to improve productivity of Saburai Doe for the next generation.
Diet with Concentrate Containing Durio zibethinus Murr Seed Meal: Nutrient Contents, Fatty Acid Profiles, In Vitro Characteristics, and Nutrient Digestibility in Dairy Cows Sulistyowati, Endang; Badarina, Irma; Mujiharjo, Sigit; Simbolon, Tamrin; Purba, Idop Rohani
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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This research was to evaluate concentrate diet containing Durio zibethinus seed meal (DSM) on nutrient contents, fatty acid profiles, in vitro characteristics, and nutrients digestibility in dairy cows. The experiment was arranged in Latin Square 4 x 4 design with 4 lactating dairy cows in 4 periods in 2 weeks for each period. The treatments were diets with concentrate containing ratios of rice bran and DSM,  DC 35/12.5 (35% of Rice bran+ 12.5% of DSM), DC 27.5/20 (27.5% of Rice bran+ 20% of DSM), DC 20/27.5 (20% of Rice bran+ 27.5% of DSM) and DC 12.5/35 (12.5% of Rice bran+ 35% of DSM). Data were analyzed using analysis of variance (Anova), if any significant difference among treatment means were found, will be further analyzed using Duncan Multiple Range Test (DMRT). Results showed that 20% of  DSM supplemented in concentrate improved nutrient contents of crude protein, ether extract, medium chain fatty acid (MCFA), long chain fatty acid (LCFA), polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA), unsaturated fatty acid (UFA), and n6/n3. In vitro dry matter digestibility, organic matter digestibility, N-NH3, and total VFA were high in concentrate containing 35% DSM. However, in vivo digestibility evaluation showed nutrient intakes were no differences among treatments. Nutrient digestibility were found higher in diet with concentrate containing 27.5% of DSM. There were three different optimal levels could be suggested, 20% of DSM (for nutrient and fatty acid content), 27.5% of DSM (for nutrient digestibility), and 35% of DSM (for in vitro characteristics).  Supported by previous milk production, it was concluded that the 27.5% of DSM was suggested to be applied in concentrate for dairy cows.
Household Behavior and Response to the Participative Institutional Model for the Program of Handling Drainage of Productive Cows Novra, Ardi; Pramusintho, Bagus
Buletin Peternakan Vol 43, No 4 (2019): BULETIN PETERNAKAN VOL. 43 (4) NOVEMBER 2019
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The research survey aimed to observe the households behavior and response to the participatory institution model of the preventing of the productive cows exploitation. The sample technique to select of the domestic cattle farmer (DCF) as the unit of analysis using the multiple stages cluster sampling and then sample allocation was equal for three districts. Structural equation model consisted of 5 behavior equations drawn up from the 5 endogenous and 13 exogenous variables. The research results showed that the rate of release of productive cows about 19.23 percent. The institutional model to handling of the drain at least productive cows have four major components, were members (DCFs), the management, micro-finance institutions (MFIs) and buffer-stock. The household motivation to develop the business scale and maintain the productive heifer shaped by land ownership and livestock scale expected factors. Then both types of motivation were not significantly associated with DCF's motivation to engage in institutional, as the more dominant individual as shaped by the farmer age. The other hand, the confidence level of participatory institutional effectiveness significantly shaped by the perception of institutional and potential release of productive heifer compared the potential release of motivation factors and correlated positively with the economic conditions.
Effect of Different Beehives Size and Daily Activity of Stingless Bee Tetragonula Laeviceps on Bee-Pollen Production Agus, Ali; Agussalim, Agussalim; Umami, Nafiatul; Budisatria, I Gede Suparta
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Bee activities and colony may affect the production of bee products. Bee-pollen is one of the important products of honeybees, besides of honey. Tetragonula laeviceps is a group member of stingless bees found in tropical region. In Indonesia, Tetragonula laeviceps mostly create a nest in bamboos that make unfortunately difficult for harvesting of its products. The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of different beehives size and the daily activity (morning vs. afternoon) of stingless bee Tetragonula laeviceps on bee-pollen production. This study was conducted in Ngrandu, Katongan Village, Sub-district of Nglipar, Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta. Forty colonies of Tetragonula laeviceps were obtained from bamboos (similar in diameter and length) were transferred into four different group of beehives size (BS) made from dried wood, respectively: 35x17.5x13.5 (BS1); 35x20x17.5 (BS2); 37.5x20x20 (BS3) and 40x20x20 cm (BS4). Each group of beehives size had ten colonies/beehives as replicates. The colonies consisted of a queen bee, eggs, worker bees, and drones were transferred into wood beehives, and they were kept for two months for the study. The bee-pollen was harvested from beehives, separated from the propolis then weighed. The production of bee-pollen in the four different beehives size (BS1: 2.34±2.48 g/colony; BS2: 4.56±3.94 g/colony; BS3: 1.30±1.22 g/colony, BS4: 1.02±0.63 g/colony) was not different (ns) among the groups. The daily activity of bee bring the pollen to the nest in the morning (07.00 to 11.00) was significantly different (P<0.05) among the groups, but not significant (ns) different in the afternoon (14.00 to 17.00). The frequency of bringing in pollen into the hives at the morning is higher than at the afternoon (21.75 vs. 12.43 times/5 minutes). It could be concluded that the colony in beehive size of BS2 (35x20x17.5 cm) has higher daily activities and thus higher bee-pollen production, compared to the other beehives groups.

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