Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science)

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ISSN / EISSN : 2620939X / 26209403
Current Publisher: Universitas Papua (10.30862)
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Yanuartono Kaswardjono, Soedarmanto Indarjulianto, Alfarisa Nururrozi, Hary Purnamaningsih
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 67-67 –75; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.64

Abstract:Myiasis is defined as a condition in which maggots are from certain fly species that utilize living, dead, or necrotic tissue from the host as a feed source for their growth and development and attack all types of vertebrate animals that are warm-blooded including humans. myiasis is often found in domestic animals in tropical regions throughout the world, especially in developing countries such as Indonesia and is generally associated with low levels of welfare of farmers. The diagnosis of myiasis is based on a clinical examination of wound bleeding, fever, a characteristic odor, the discovery of exudates and maggots in the wound. Myiasis treatment is generally local followed by manual removal of larvae and necrotic tissue debris. Systemic treatment usually uses broad-spectrum antibiotics especially when secondary infections occur. Disease prevention can be done by providing information to farmers to pay attention to and carry out livestock sanitation, pens, the surrounding environment and control flies using various methods. Keywords: clinical examination, disease prevention, maggot, myiasis
Budi Purwo Widiarso, Wida Wahidah Mubarokah
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 76-82; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.68

Abstract:This study was conducted to determine the response of farmers to the prevention and treatment gastrointestine worm disease in goats and know factors that influencing farmer response Tools and materials used are stationery, questioner, folder, worm drug and vitamin of B complex. The respondents were 30 people. Data was taken from pre-test and post-test by conducting direct interview regarding prevention and treatment gastrointestine worm disease in goat by using questioner. Based on the regression analysis obtained by multiple linear equations as follows: Y = 28.946 + 5.084X1 - 0,215X2 + 0,171X3+ 0,548X4 + e. From model of regresion above, it can be intepreted that each increase in the vallue of X1 (education) equal to 1 % will add respon equal to 5.084, each increase in the value of X2 (age) by 1 % will reduce the respon by 0.215, each increase of value of X3 (experience of farming) by 1 % will add value of respon equal to 0.171, and each increase of value of X4 (amount of the ownership of livestock) by 1 % will add value of 0.548. This study concluded that there was an increase in knowledge aspects of 14.87 with EP 82.6% and EPP 77.36%, attitude aspects amounting to 10.47 with EP 90.88% and EPP 82.12% and skills aspects of 5.1 with EP 86.6% and EPP 79.19% and an increase in response value from aspects of knowledge, attitudes, and skills of 30.39%, namely from a low response to a high response to the prevention and treatment of gastrointestinal worm disease in goats. Education is the most significant factor that has a very significant effect of (P 1 ≤0.01) on the farmer response average. Keywords: prevention, treatment, gastrointestine worm, goat, response
Piter Asiar, Frandz Rumbiak Pawere, Johan F Koibur
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 55-61; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.69

Abstract:The research purpose to identify and investigate the carcass characteristics of bandicoot (Echymipera kalubu) in Wafmana Village Distric of Mawabuan Tambrauw Regency West Papua Province. The material used in this study were 20 head bandicoot ages ± 4 month were classified in to 2 groups consist of 10 head males bandicoot and 10 head females bandicoot. The research method was exploration. The results showed that body weight of males and females bandicoot were 1245,4 ± 484,38 g and 710,95 ± 252,27 g (P0,05). Weight cut fore quarter of males and females bandicoot were 580,86±245,72 g and 300,17±105,93 g (P0,05). Keywords: carcass characteristcs, Echymipera kalubu
Joko Daryatmo, Wida Wahidah Mubarokah, B Budiyanto
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 62-66; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.63

Abstract:This study aims to determine the effect of 4 doses of urea fertilizer on production and growth of Odot grass (Pennisetum Purpureum cv. Mott). The experimental design used was a completely randomized design (CRD) pattern in line with 4 treatments and each treatment consisted of 5 replications. The treatment used is Control (P0), urea at a dose of 100 kg/ha (P1), urea at a dose of 150 kg/ha (P2), urea at a dose of 200 kg/ha (P3). The parameters observed were number of tillers, stem length, leaf length, grass height and grass production. The results of statistical analysis showed that the treatment of urea fertilizer had no significant effect on plant height. The treatment of urea fertilizer had a significant effect (P
Mei Isnaeni, O R Faidiban, Angelina Novita Tethool
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 44-49; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.65

Abstract:Red fruit oil is a red fruit extraction product (Pandanus conoideus Lam) containing a lot of antioxidants such as carotenoids, tocopherols as well as unsaturated fatty acids such as oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic acid and decanoic acid which is potential to be used as an additive for semen chicken diluents. This study aims to obtain an information about the effectiveness of adding red fruit oil as a cement diluent derived from male native chickens. The treatment consisted of 0.9 ml ringer laktat + 0.1 ml semen (Pl), ringer laktat 0.98 ml + 0.1 ml semen + 0.02 ml red fruit oil (P2), ringer laktat 0.96 ml + 0.1 ml semen + 0.04 ml red fruit oil (P3), ringer laktat 0.94 ml + 0.1 ml cement + 0.06 ml red fruit oil (P4). The results showed the sperm motility ranged from 48.17 ± 7.86% to 84.67 ± 2.42%. Treatment P1 and P2 have a very significant difference (P 0.05), nor did among treatments P2, P3 and P4. However, treatment P1 has a significant difference on spermatozoa concentration with P3 and P4. (P
Wida Wahidah Mubarokah, Joko Daryatmo, Budi Purwo Widiarso, Priyo Sambodo
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 50-54; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.66

Abstract:Ascaridia galli (A. galli) is a parasitic nematode that is often found in chickens which causes weight depression and retarded growth, reduced egg production and decreased egg quality. This study aims to determine the morphology of A. galli eggs and larvae 2 (L2) in domestic chickens. Worm eggs are obtained from adult worms that infect domestic chickens naturally. Larvae were obtained from culturing worm eggs in vitro at room temperature for 25 days. A total of 100 worm eggs and 10 L2 were used in this study. Egg measurements included length and width, while larvae included the total length of the larvae carried out with the Axiovision LE software from photographs taken using a light microscope. Data is processed using Microsoft Excel and is presented in the form of mean ± standard deviation and percent. Results obtained: egg length in this study was shorter than the results of previous studies and the morphology of larvae was the same as previous researchers. Keywords: Ascaidia galli, morphology, eggs, larvae, domestic chickens
Risang Aji Dewandaru, Soedarmanto Indarjulianto, Yanuartono, Alfarisa Nururrozi, Hary Purnamaningsih, Rusmi Hayati
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 9, pp 38-38 – 43; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v9i2.22

Abstract:Diarrhea is a symptom of a disease that often occurs in dogs, but the diagnosis and therapy usually only based on clinical symptoms. The purpose of this case report is to examine, diagnose and treat a dog with diarrhea. The material of this report is a 4 moths old of female mixbreed dog. The dog examinated including physical, faecal and profile blood examination. Examination of faecal samples includes gastrointestinal parasitic and bacteria identifications. The results of the anamnese and physical examination was found that the dog did not has appetite, vomited, weak, bloody diarrhea and body temperature 40.1℃. The results of faecal examinationcould be isolated Escherichia coli which was sensitive to ampicillin, and blood examination showed neutrophilia and lymphocytopenia. The dog was diagnosed suffered diahrrea caused by E. coli and was treated intra-muscularly for 5 days with 5 mg/kg body weight of ampicillin, twice a day, and 1 time 1 ml vitamin K and 0.37 ml vitamin B-complex. The results of the therapy showed a development of healing gradually and the dog was declared cured on the 7th day of treatment.
Kasmiati, Sintje Lumatauw, Iriani Sumpe
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 8; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v8i1.28

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Ludfia Windyasmara, Ambar Pertiwiningrum
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 8; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v8i2.19

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Yohosua Kocu, Bambang Tj. Hariadi, Sientje D. Rumetor
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan dan Veteriner Tropis (Journal of Tropical Animal and Veterinary Science), Volume 8; doi:10.30862/jipvet.v8i2.18

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