ISSN / EISSN : 2774-6119 / 2580-2941
Published by: Wahana Peternakan (10.37090)
Total articles ≅ 55
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Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 60-65; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i2.463
This aim of study was to determined effect of red ginger flour (Zingiber Officinale Var Rubrum) as herbal feed additive in Broiler Chiken on feed comsumption, daily body weight gain and feed conversion ratio.The research was conducted on September – Oktober 2020 at Gisting Atas Village, Gisting District, Tanggamus Regency, Lampung. The experiment used 80 unisex Broiler aged 1 week. They were feed a ration with control ration + 0% red ginger flour (P0), control ration + 0,25% red ginger flour (P1), control ration + 0,5% red ginger flour (P2), control ratio + 0,75% red ginger flour (P3) during 20 days. The control ration containing 21% crude protein and 3108 kkal/kg metabolism energy. The study used a quantitative methods with completely randomized design with 4 treatments and 4 replications. The results showed that the ration had no effect (P> 0,05) on feed comsumption, daily weight gain and conversion ratio. The conclution of the research showed that the addition of level red ginger flour (Zingiber Officinale Var Rubru) until 0,75% as herbal feed additive in Broiler Chiken no effect on feed comsumption, daily body weight gain and feed conversion ratio. Keywords: Red ginger flour, Broiler, Feed Comsumption, Daily Weight Gain, Feed Conversion Ratio.
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 41-49; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i2.359
The study was purposed to find out income and profitability was achieved by a Sumber Mulya dairy farm. Research was held in July – Agust 2018 in Sumber Mulya dairy farm Kepahiang. The methods used in this research is case study method. Primary Data obtained through interviews with the respondents and recording. Data obtained for time 12 months on technical aspects and financial data covering production costs, data revenue, income data, the amount of data the data the amount of milk production and livestock lactation. Secondary data retrieved from the data contained in these farms. Data analysis used analysis formulas use income and profitability ratios. The result showed that Sumber Mulya Dairy cattle farm was net incomeaverages per month is Rp. 5,427,176,91 with the number of 7.00 averagecows lactation flat tail. Total cost per month of Rp.10,032,823.29 Profitability achieved by the company said 10,78% profitable because the value of profitability is greater than the interest rate a bank of 4.35%. Key word : income, dairy farm, profitability, dairy farm, milk production
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 50-59; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i2.461
Kulawu Tello is a stone that is believed by the community that come from inside the egg, usually this stone is used in the breeding of laying hens (layers) by breeders, especially in overcoming the problem of soft shelled egg. In this study aims to determine the effect of Kulawu Tello on the local community. The sample in this study was 78 people consisting of layer farmers who use and know about Kulawu Tello, local historians and the village head of Manisa Village. This research is descriptive, using a questionnaire to determine the level of trust of the Sidenreng Rappang community on the magical ability of Kulawu Tello in improving the performance of layers. The level of trust of each individual varies depending on how they believe in something according to what has been done. In general, people have high level of trust in the efficacy of Kulawu Tello stone because it has been used in their livestock business. It can be concluded that the level of public trust in Kulawu Tello in overcoming soft egg shells is very high, namely 52.56%, the percentage of moderate trust level is 21.38% and those who have a low level of trust are 5.13%. As for the level of public trust in Kulawu Tello in order to improving the performance of layers around 47.44%, the percentage of medium trust level around 26.49% and those who have a low level of trust around 4.27%. Keywords: belief, kulawu tello, magic, soft shelled egg.
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 66-75; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i2.478
The study aims to evaluate the use of palm decanter on storability and palatability of pellet rabbit feed. There were four treatments, P0: rabbit pellets 0% palm decanter, P1: rabbit pellets 5% palm decanter, P2: rabbit pellets 10% palm decanter, P3: rabbit pellets 15% palm decanter. Pellets are prepared based on the standard nutritional needs of rabbits. Pellets were stored in 0.5 kg plastic bags for 0, 7, 14, and 21 days. Moisture, crude fat, and organoleptic content were carried out on pellet with storage times 0, 7, 14, and 21 days. Organoleptic was carried out by 20 panelists. Palatability was carried out for a pellet with seven days of storage and given to 5 rabbits. The moisture and crude fat content of pellet in all treatments ranged from 8.63-10.17%. The higher the palm decanter content, the pellet color tends to be black with a value of 2.6-4.3. The use of 15% palm decanter can cause pellets to have a slightly rancid aroma and a characteristic solid odor. The use of 15% palm decanter did not have a significant effect on rabbit feed consumption with the consumption range 74.93-145.73 g. The study concluded that rabbit pellets containing up to 15% palm mud with a storage time of 21 days did not reduce storability. Pellets containing up to 15% palm mud with a storage time of 7 days did not reduce palatability in rabbits. Key Words: palm decanter, pellet, rancidity, feed, palatability
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 76-88; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i2.479
This study aimed to determine the effect of soaking broiler eggs into boiled water of melinjo (Gnetum gnemon L.) leaves with different concentrations on the total microbial shell and Specific Gravity of broiler eggs. This research was conducted at the Laboratory of Animal Husbandry, Department of Animal Husbandry, University of Bengkulu and UPTD Laboratory of Veterinary Public Health at the Department of Animal Husbandry and Animal Health Bengkulu Province. The research used was a completely randomized design (CRD) with 4 treatments and each design consisted of 4 replications. P0: Control chicken eggs without soaking in boiled water of melinjo leaves (ARDM). P1: (ARDM) 15%. P2: (ARDM) 30%. P3: (ARDM) 45%. The variables observed in this study were the percentage change in egg weight, the percentage of egg shell weight, specific gravity and TPC (Total Plate Count) of broiler eggs. The results showed that broiler eggs soaked with boiled water from melinjo leaves at a concentration of 15% - 45% had a significant effect (P0.05) on the proportion of shell weight, specific gravity and TPC (Total Plate Count) of broiler eggshells. Immersion of broiler eggs using boiled water of melinjo leaves was not able to reduce the number of egg shells, but was able to distinguish differences in egg weight, shell weight and could produce 21 days of storage compared to eggs without air soaking boiled melinjo leaves (control). Keywords: broiler eggs, melinjo leaves, Specific gravity, TPC (Total Plate Count)
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 32-40; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i1.264
Herbal plants can be used as feed additive, on of which is the papaya plant (Carrica papaya L). The reseach was conducted on 11-27 September 2020 at street Wolter Monginsidi alley Nuri number 55, Teluk Betung North District, Bandar Lampung. This study aims to determine the effect of adding papaya leaf juice in drinking water to the performance broiler chickens. The material used was 96 broiler chickens ranging from 5-21 days of age. The method used was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 4 treatments and 4 replications. The treatments given was control drinking water without additional (P0), control drinking water + 5 ml papaya leaf juice/liter of water (P1), control drinking water + 10 ml papaya leaf juice/liter of water (P2), control drinking water + 15 ml papaya leaf juice/liter of water (P3). The result showed that the addition of papaya leaf juice up to level 1,5% did not have a significant effect on the performance of broiler chickens at weeks 1, 2, and 3. Based on the reseach result it can be concluded that the addition of papaya leaf juce in drinking water up to level 1.5% has not had a significant effect (P>0,05) on performance broiler chicken. Keywords : Broiler Chicken, Papaya Leaf Juice, Drinking Water, Broiler Performance
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 15-24; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i1.279
Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengevaluasi manajemen pemeliharaan sapi bali (Bos sondaicus) pada Peternakan Rakyat di Kecamatan Kabawetan Kabupaten Kepahiang Provinsi Bengkulu. Metode yang digunakan adalah sensus dengan sampel 97 orang peternak sebagai responden. Hasil penelitian ini disajikan ke dalam bentuk tabel, selanjutnya dianalisis secara deskriptif anallist. Dari penelitian yang telah dilakukan dapat disimpulkan bahwa Manajemen Pemeliharaan Ternak Sapi Bali (Bos sondaicus) pada Peternakan Rakyat di Kecamatan Kabawetan, Kabupaten Kepahiang Provinsi Bengkulu tergolong baik, dilihat dari pola pemeliaraan yang mereka pilih. Kata kunci : Manajemen, Pemeliharaan, Sapi Bali
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 1-4; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i1.248
This study aims to analyze the relationship between the amount of forage and the amount of drinking water given to the age at first birth so that it can be used as material for improvement in management of PO cattle breeding. The research method was in the form of a survey, the data variables were the amount of forage, the amount of drinking water, and the first calving age and the data analysis was descriptive, regression and correlation. The results of the study, the first calving age 3.36 ± 0.50 years was classified as slower. The amount of forage and the amount of drinking water had a very significant effect and was negatively associated with the calving first age. The closeness level of the amount of forage and the amount of drinking water given to the age at first birth was classified as moderate. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that, the first calving age is 3.36 ± 0.50. The amount of forage and the amount of drinking water had a very significant effect and was negatively associated with the first calving age. The level of relationship between the amount of forage and the amount of drinking water for the first calving age is moderate. Key words: The amount of drinking water, the amount of forage, the first calving age, PO cattle.
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 25-31; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i1.275
This study aims to determine the need for eggs of herbal medicine sellers in Bengkulu City. This research was conducted in July 2018, the research method used is a survey method where data collection uses a questionnaire. The variables observed in this study include age, gender, formal education and length of business. Data were analyzed descriptively. The results showed that the overall respondents of herbal medicine sellers in Bengkulu City were male (100%), respondents aged 24-34 were more dominant in selling jamu (40%), had high school education (53.3%), with a length of business of 1 -14 years (46.7%). The eggs needed are 4,860 eggs / week, 19,320 eggs / month and 231,840 eggs / year. Keywords: Needs, Eggs, Herbal Medicine
Wahana Peternakan, Volume 5, pp 5-14; https://doi.org/10.37090/jwputb.v5i1.165
One alternative that can be used for poultry feed is cassava flour (Manihot esculenta) which can be made into pellets. The purpose of this research was to know the physical quality of water content (KA), specific gravity (BJ), stack angle (ST), stack density (KT), stack compaction density (KPT), and impact resistance (KB) of pellet product with utilization of flour cassava (Manihot esculenta). This research using Completely Randomized Design (RAL) Factorial. Factor A consisting of 3 treatments, that were A0: without adding cassava leaf flour, A1: 5% and A2: 10% in ration formulation and Factor B consisting of 3 treatments binders, that were B0 : basal ration not binders, B1: tapioca starch and B2: wheat flour. The results showed that the interaction between the addition of cassava leaf flour and binders with different levels can be seen from water content, stack angle and stack compaction density, but on specific gravity, stack density and impact resistance did not occur interaction. It can be concluded that the addition of 10% cassava flour with tapioca flour binders gives the best quality of pellet physical properties to moisture content and stack angle, while other treatment combinations have not been able to improve pellet quality based on specific gravity, stack density, stack compaction density and impact resistance. Keywords: Pellet, Cassava Leaf, Flour, Binders