Musamus Journal of Livestock Science

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ISSN / EISSN : 2685-3981 / 2685-3558
Published by: Universitas Musamus Merauke (10.35724)
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Imran Kahol, Henny V Saiya, Dance Fanggindae
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 53-59; doi:10.35724/mjls.v1i2.1758

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This study revealed the type of parasitic worm disease in Ongole Peranakan (PO) cattle in Semanga District of Merauke Regency with a period of 1 month starting from February to March 2015. Study of Trichostrongylus Sp Worm Disease in Cow Ongole Breeds (PO) is very high in the District Semangga. The samples taken in this study were 200 Ongole Breeds (PO) consisting of productive males and females. The fecal examination method uses the Original and Centrifuge methods. The results of the study showed that in Semangga District nematode worm infection results (Trichostrongylus sp) The number of worm cases in bulls was 85 (42%) and in females as many as 87 tails (43.5%) Keywords: Merauke; Ongole Cross Breeds (PO); Trichostrongylus sp
Iyoseina Maranatha, A. Tenny Damayanti Indriastuti, Henny V Saiya
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 45-48; doi:10.35724/mjls.v1i2.1756

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This study aims to determine the baking method effect the to shelf life of meat sep sago deer (Cervus timorensis). This research was conducted in the laboratory of Animal Husbandry Musamus Merauke.. The perameters observed in this study is the physical testing of the storage time (flavor, color, texture, slimy) with storage treatment for 1 day, 2days, and 3 days and test bacteria (Coliform and Escherechia coli). The results of physical testing of the shelf life showed the physical quality of sago sep after 1 day storage changed into slimy, rancid, the color begins to changed, and moldy. Key words : deer meat; sago sep; shelf
Mulyani Puji Rahayu, A. Tenny Damayanti Indriastuti, Henny V Saiya
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 49-52; doi:10.35724/mjls.v1i2.1757

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Sago waste is a by-product of sago palm processing. It is rich of carbohidrate and other organic materials. Sago waste high potensial as animal feed.The aims of this research were to determine of effect sago waste to carcass percentage. The experiment was run in completely randomized design wich consisted of 4 feed treatments and 3 replications. The result showed that all variables observed were affected by percentage of sago waste (0%, 5%, 10%, and 15%). The good carcass percentage and cooking loss were found in 5 % treatments. Key Words : sago waste; chicken meat; carcass persentage;karkas
Wisnu Barata, Henny V Saiya, A. Tenny Damayanti Indriastuti
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 60-66; doi:10.35724/mjls.v1i2.1759

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This study aims to provide information on the suitability of measuring tape with the Djagra formula on the body weight of Bali cattle in abattoir (RPH) of Merauke Regency. This research had been conducted for 2 months, starting from August to October 2017. The methods used in this research are descriptive and direct survey on the male cattle. The parameter measured includes body weight, body length, and chest circumference on male Bali cattle. The Assessment of body weight of Bali males made using several measuring components such as measuring tape, scales and Djagra formula. Variable of measurement approaches the real weight that used the measuring tape. Based on result that the using of measuring tape has potential value closer to the real scale than the value of measurement using the Djagra formula. The Djagra formula is not suitable for measuring male Bali cattle. Keywords: Djagra formula; measuring tape; Bali cattle
Sujarwo Sujarwo, Irine Ike Praptiwi, Dirwan Muchlis
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 39-44; doi:10.35724/mjls.v1i2.1755

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This research aims to know the influence of the concentration of organic fertilizer of soil on the production of King grass (Pennisetumpurpuroides). This research using methods of randomized block design 3x2 treatment with 3 replicates. Treatment of I = K1L1 (clay fertilizer dose is 6 kg/plot), II treatment = K1L2 (clay fertilizer dose is 12 kg/plot), treatment of the III = K1L3 (clay fertilizer dose 18 kg/plot). The parameters observed were brangkas wet weight (height of plants, number of stem per block, number of leaves, stem diameter, heavy wet per block), heavy wet leaves and dry weight of leaves. The results of the study increased the wet weight and dry weight of K1L3 with an average weight of 3,200 grams and dry weight. 440.1 grams. Key Word : Organicfertilizer; soil type; production; king grass
Siti Choiriyah, Irene Ike Praptiwi, Dirwan Muchlis
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 27-32; doi:10.35724/mjls.v0i0.1637

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Availability of forage in the dry season is less than the rainy season, one of the local grasses that has heat resistance, namely clumps of palungpung (Phragmites karka). This grass is hard textured so ammonia technology is carried out. This study was to determine the right concentration of urea in ammonia of palungpung grass (Phragmites karka), and to increase the nutritional value of palungpung grass (Phragmites karka) after ammoniation. The design in this study used a Completely Randomized Design (CRD). In this design there are four (4) treatments and three (3) replications. Treatment P1 = Palungpung Grass (Phragmites karka) + Urea 0%, P2 = Palungpung Grass (Phragmites karka + Urea 4%, P3 = Palungpung Grass (Phragmites karka) + Urea 8%, P4 = Palungpung Grass (Phragmites karka) + Urea 12 %. The parameters observed were crude fiber (SK), crude protein (PK), crude fat (LK). The results of variance analysis showed that the effect of urea level on ammoniation of palumpung grass (Phragmites karka) was not significantly different (P> 0.05 ) on crude fiber and crude fat content, while significantly affecting crude protein at 12% level of 17.10%.
Suartini Suartini, A. Tenny Damayanti Indriastuti, Heny V Saiya
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 33-38; doi:10.35724/mjls.v0i0.1638

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The objective of this study was to the effect as filler of chicken nugget on organoleptik or hedonik test. This research was conducted in the laboratory of animal sains in MusamusUniversity, Merauke. This study used a Randomized Complete Design Method (RAL) by using the 3 treatments and 3 replicates. The treatment combit A1 (10,5% wheat flour : 4,5% taro flour), A2 (7,5% wheat flour : 7,5% taro flour), A3 (4,5% wheat flour : 10,5% taro flour). The parameters were observed in this study consists colour, aroma, texture, flavour. The result showed that treatment A1 more preferable onflavour and texture.
Gardis Andari, Endang Nurcahyani
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 17-27; doi:10.35724/mjls.v0i0.1635

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Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum (Fo) is an important disease which is one of the obstacles in the quality and production of orchid plants (Palmer, 2011). The loss due to this disease is very high, which can cause plant death by 50% or even 80% (Hadisutrisno, 2001). The use of S. plicata cultivar which is resistant to Fo is expected to be an alternative in controlling the disease. Research to compensate for resistance of soil orchids resistant to Fo has been carried out in vitro on a solid Vacin & Went (VW) medium which was added with fusaric acid at concentrations of 10 ppm, 20 ppm, 30 ppm and 40 ppm compared to controls (0 ppm). Orchid S. plicata from the selection of fusaric acid was then inoculated with Fo. This study aims to analyze the total chlorophyll content in leaves of the S. plicata plantlets as a result of induce resistance to Fo. The research was conducted at the Network Culture Laboratory, Department of Biology, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Lampung. The study used a completely randomized design. Data were analyzed for variance (ANOVA) and if significantly different continued with the LSD test a real level of 5%. The results showed that the higher the concentration of fusaric acid, the higher the total chlorophyll content of soil-resistant orchid plantlets was increased. At a concentration of 40 ppm, the highest total chlorophyll content is 9.592 ± 2.226x10-1e
Bonita Praptiwi Dewi, Dirwan Muchlis, Irine Ike Ike, Maria M Nay Nadu Lesik
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 1-9; doi:10.35724/mjls.v0i0.1632

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The purpose of this to determine the cooking loss and organoleptic test of deer meat sago sep (Cervus timorensis) with different of cooking time. This research used a complete randomized design (RAK) which consists, 3 treatment and 3 replication. The treatment were I- C1 (cooking time for 40 minutes), treatment II-C2 (cooking time for 60 minutes) and treatment III-C3 (cooking time for 80 minutes). The parameters measured were cooking loss and organoleptic test on the aroma, color, flavor, texture and receptivity. The result of this research is cooking loss of steaming and baking on treatment C1 is better average 13,11 and 5,65 ,however based on organoleptic test, the treatment C3 preferred by panelis. The cooking time on steaming and baking give a aroma, color, flavor, texture and acceptance significant effect (P
Junaedi Junaedi, Nurcholis Nurcholis
Musamus Journal of Livestock Science pp 10-16; doi:10.35724/mjls.v0i0.1634

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This study aims to compare fertility and fertile periods between Pelung chickens and Bangkok chickens. The tools used in the study included semen collection equipment and hatchery equipment. The materials used in the study were infusion solution (Ringer Lactate), 4 Pelung male chickens and 4 Bangkok chicken studs. Semen is collected from 4 pelung chicken hens and 4 Bangkok chicken males. The collected semen is then diluted with 1: 3 ringer lactate. The semen that has been diluted with ringer lactate is inseminated in laying hens. Analysis of the data used is the T Test to compare fertility and fertile periods of Pelung chicken with Bangkok chickens. Spermatozoa fertility from artificial insemination (IB) Bangkok chicken 92.23 ± 2.5% and Pelung chicken 85.45 ± 3.8%. The fertile period average yield of IB Pelung chicken is 15.65 ± 1.5 days and Bangkok chicken is 13.67 ± 1.2 days. Spermatozoa fertility produced by artificial insemination (IB) of Bangkok chickens is higher than that of Pelung chicken spermatozoa. The fertile period average yield of IB Pelung chicken is higher than that of Bangkok chicken.
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