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THE EFFECT OF ZEOLITE ADDITION IN RATIONS ON EGG QUALITY IN PHASE TWO OF PRODUCTION Kurtini, Tintin
Jurnal Zeolit Indonesia Vol 4, No 2 (2005)
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This research was conducted to evaluate that the effect of zeolite addition in ration on egg quality in phase two of production. This experiment was arranged in a completely randomize design with 5 zeolite levels in rations (0; 2; 4; 6 and 8%) and 4 replications. The total hens were 40 of CP 909 (60 weeks of age), and this experiment was done 4 weeks. The parameters that: feed consumption, the shell thickness, fat of yolk levels, and cholesterol of yolk levels. The data were analyse by using Analysis of Variance, and orthogonal polynom test was used , analysis were in 5% significant degree. The result of this research showed that zeolite addition in ration until 8% had significant effect (P0.05) on cholesterol of yolk levels and feed consumption.
EFFECTIVITY OF ZEOLITE ADDITION INTO RATION TO QUAIL PERFORMANCE OF 7- 14 WEEK Riyanti, Riyanti; Kurtini, Tintin
Jurnal Zeolit Indonesia Vol 6, No 2 (2007)
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The aim of this experiment was to find the effect of supplementation of zeolit and was to find the optimum level of zeolit in rations on quail performance. This experiment used 80 female Coturnix coturnix japonica of five weeks old with average body weight 145,44 ± 6,72 g (cv 4,62%). The data were analysed using Completely Randomized Design and polinomial ortogonal test. The treatments was divided to four supplementation zeolit rations treatment (0%,2%,4%,6%). Each treatment had five replication and each replication used four quails. Results of this study indicated that supplementation of zeolit (0 - 6%) in rations gave not significantly different (P ≥ 0,05) to feed consumption but gave significantly different (P < 0,05) to hen day egg production (Ŷ = 46,48 + 4,86X – 1,09 X2 ; 0≤ X ≤6 ; R2 = 0,90) and significnatly different (P < 0,05) to feed convertion (Ŷ= 4,85-0,44 + 0,10X 2 ; 0≤X≤6;R2 = 0,97). Level supplementation zeolit 2,22% was optimum to hen day egg production (51,86%) and level supplementation zeolit 2,09% was optimum to feed convertion (4,39).
PENGARUH PENAMBAHAN FEED ADITIF DALAM RANSUM DENGAN DOSIS YANG BERBEDA TERHADAP BOBOT TELUR DAN NILAI HAUGH UNIT (HU) TELUR AYAM RAS Destama Rendy Saputra; Tintin Kurtini; Erwanto .
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 4, No 3 (2016)
Publisher : DEPARTMENT OF ANIMAL HUSBANDRY, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, UNIVERSITY OF LAMPUNG

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This research aims to 1) study the effect of using feed additive on ration for egg weight and haugh unit (HU) value; 2) study optimum doses of feed additive in ration layer. This research was conducted in May - June 2016 at layer farm in Sumber Sari, Tamansari village of Gedong Tataan, Pesawaran, Analysis Laboratory Polytechnic of Lampung, Laboratory of Nutrition and Food livestock, and Laboratory Production and Reproduction of Livestock  Animal Husbandry Department, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Lampung.  This  research used completely randomized design with 4 treatments of feed additives doses (0; 0.15; 0.25; and 0.35%) added on feed with 5 replications. Each replications using four layer. The data were analyzed using ANOVA analysis with 5% significance level. Significantly different results was further tested by orthogonal polynomials. The result can be conclude that 1) Addition of feed additives with a doses of 0; 0.15; 0.25; 0.35% on feed influence insignificantly (P> 0.05) to the egg weight, but it influenced significantly (P<0.05) in the Haugh unit value (HU). 2) The optimum dose addition of feed additives in the ration was 0.24% on the value of Haugh units of eggs. Keywords: Feed Additive, Egg Weight, Haugh Unit Value, Layer
PENGARUH SEX RATIO AYAM ARAB TERHADAP FERTILITAS, DAYA TETAS, DAN BOBOT TETAS Astomo, Widi; Septinova, Dian; Kurtini, Tintin
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 4, No 1 (2016)
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This study aimed to determine (1)  This effect of sex ratio arabic chicken on fertility, hatchibility , and doc weight and (2) to determine the best sex ratio of effect arabic chicken on fertility, hatchability, and doc weight.  This study was conducted in August 2015 at Tegalrejo village, Gadingrejo districk, Pringsewu regency.The research use 144 arabic chicken consisted of 18 males and 126 females.  This research use the complete randomized design with 3 treatments and 6 times replications.  Every treatments use 8 of the arabic chiken eggs.  The average of hatching egg weight is 42,96 ± 3,5g.  The result shown that sex ratio effect is not significant (P>0,05) to fertility, hatchability, and doc weight arabic chicken. Keywords : Sex Ratio. Arabic Chicken, Fertility, Hatchability, Hatching Weight
PENGARUH RANSUM DENGAN KADAR PROTEIN KASAR BERBEDA TERHADAP PERTUMBUHAN ITIK BETINA MOJOSARI Imawan, Muhammad Riswandha; Sutrisna, Rudy; Kurtini, Tintin
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 4, No 4 (2016)
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This study aims to determine the effect of diets with different crude protein levels on the growth of female ducks mojosari and determine the best treatment on the growth of female ducks mojosari study was conducted in September - November 2015 on cage in Integrated Field Laboratory, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Lampung. Ducks used in this study were female ducks mojosari as many as 64 individuals. This study was conducted using a randomized block design (RBD) with four treatments and four groups. The treatments were given in this study with different levels of crude protein ration is R1: 16%, R2: 18%, R3: 20%, R4: 22%. The data obtained were analyzed using ANOVA using a 5% significance level. The parameters measured were feed intake, body weight and feed conversion. Based on these results that rations with different crude protein levels did not significantly (P>0,05) affect on feed intake, body weight and feed conversion ducks trial. Keywords: Ration, Crude Protein, Growth, Mojosari Female Ducks
PENGARUH DOSIS LARUTAN VITAMIN B KOMPLEKS SEBAGAI BAHAN PENYEMPROTAN TELUR ITIK TEGAL TERHADAP FERTILITAS, SUSUT TETAS, DAYA TETAS, DAN KEMATIAN EMBRIO Maghfiroh, Fitria; Kurtini, Tintin; Nova, Khaira
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 3, No 4 (2015)
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This research aims to 1) the effect of spraying a solution of  B complex on fertility, weight loss, hatchability, and embryo mortality on eggs of tegal duck;  2) the optimal dose of solution B complex as an ingredient sprayers on fertility, weight loss, hatchability, and embryo mortality on eggs of tegal duck.  This research was conducted at duck farms in the village Bumirestu, District Palas, South Lampung regency in April--May 2015.  Completely rndomized design (CRD) with 4 treatment dose of vitamin B complex (0, 4, 6, and 8 g/l of water) used as spraying and 5 replications. Each experimental unit using  6  eggs of tegal duck. The data were analyzed using ANOVA with  the assumptions of variance at 5% significance level. Significantly different result further tested with orthogonal polynomials test.  The research showed that 1) spraying a solution of vitamin B complex 0--8 g/l of water provide no real effect (P> 0.05) on fertility, hatchability, and embryo mortality.  However, significant (P <0.05) on weight loss; 2) the optimal dose of vitamin B complex use solution 0--8 g/l of water as spraying material tegal duck hatching eggs is 3,9 g/l of water on weight loss. Keywords: vitamin B complex, duck eggs tegal, ferlility, weight loss, hatchability, and embryo mortality.
PENGARUH LARUTAN JERUK NIPIS DAN GULA PADA DOSIS BERBEDA SEBAGAI BAHAN PENYEMPROT TERHADAP DAYA TETAS TELUR ITIK TEGAL Quanta, Rahmad; Kurtini, Tintin; Riyanti, Rr.
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 4, No 2 (2016)
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The aim of this research was to: (1) investigate the effect of lime and sugar solution at 5% and 10% dosage as sprayer substance of tegal duck eggs on pipping time and hatchability, (2) find out the best effect of kind and dosage solution sprayer to tegal duck eggs pipping time and hatchability.  The research was conducted from 11th December 2015--9th January 2016 at Beruang St, 12 Kedaton, Bandar Lampung.  Research using a completely randomized design (CRD) with 2x2 of nested model.  The main block is the kind solution (Lime and Sugar) and the partial block is dosage solution (5% and 10%) with 5 replications.  Every unit experimental consist of 3 eggs with average weight at 72±1,8 g/egg with coefficient variation ± 2,45%.  The parameter measured were pipping time and hatchability.  Research data were analyzed by using Anova assumption at level 5%.  The result shows that: (1) lime and sugar solution at 5% and 10% dosage give no significant effect (P>0,05) on tegal duck eggs pipping time and hatchability, (2) the treatment kind solution (lime and sugar) with dosage solution 5% and 10% not to give contribution yet on the tegal duck eggs pipping time and hatchability. Key words: Dosage, Hatchability of Tegal Duck Eggs,Llime, Pipping Time, Sugar
PERBEDAAN KARAKTERISTIK TUBUH MERPATI TINGGI JANTAN DAN MERPATI BALAP JANTAN LOKAL Zebua, Fery Efata; Riyanti, Rr.; Kurtini, Tintin
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 4, No 3 (2016)
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This study aims to 1) describe the different characteristics of racing pigeons and doves male high (eye color, fur color, head shape, and the shape of the body). 2) identifying differences in the characteristics of high male pigeons and racing pigeons male). The research was conducted in December 2015 in captivity and pigeon racing pigeons high on the road abdinegara number 43 Sumur Batu, Teluk Betung and Pagar Alam road number 49, Tanjung Karang Barat, Bandar Lampung. This study used survey method with the observation of qualitative and quantitative characteristics. The results showed qualitative characteristics at high male pigeons dominated by the color of the yellow, the color of feathers tritis, rounded head shape and body shape banana. As for the male pigeon racing is dominated by the color of the iris yellow, Prumpung coat color, head shape turtledove, and body shape banana. High pigeon males have an average length of beak 2,53 ± 0,50  cm longer and shorter body weight ie 331,32 ± 15,36 gr compared to males racing pigeons which have a longer half-life 2.46 ± 0,50 cm and weight 444,03 ± 55,31 gr and wide flutter higher saayap namely 28,93 ± 1,08 cm compared to the racing pigeons 25.16 ± 0,79 cm and length leg lower 8,46 ± 1,30 cm than racing pigeons cm 14.93 ± 0,86 cm. Keywords: Characteristics, Qualitative and Quantitative, Columba Livia Local Male
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN TEPUNG TEMULAWAK DAN KUNYIT TERHADAP COOKING LOSS, DRIP LOSS DAN UJI KEBUSUKAN DAGING PUYUH JANTAN Veronica Wanniatie; Dian Septinova; Tintin Kurtini; Nining Purwaningsih
JURNAL ILMIAH PETERNAKAN TERPADU Vol 2, No 3 (2014)
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The use of curcuma and turmeric into rations as additives is expected to increase uprationsefficiencywith the resultthat increasing the growth rate of the quail. The use of curcuma andturmeric to the rations in the hope to improve the quality quail meat. This research used CompletelyRandomized Design (CRD) with 3 treatments and 6 replications. Each repeat consists of 5 pieces ofquail as a test unit. Treatment given in the form of a commercial ration (HI - PRO) added readyproducts of curcuma, turmeric, vitamins, minerals, and amino acids mixture. Treatments consisted ofconduct P1 (Rations = commercial rations + 0.0 %of curcuma and turmeric powder), P2 = commercialrations+ 1.0 % thecurcuma and turmericpowder) and P3 = commercial rations+ 2.0 % the curcumaand turmericpowder). Data was analyzed on the variance of the 5 % significantly, when there aresignificant differences, stated by orthogonal polynomial test. Variables observed are cooking loss, driploss and meat rotting test.The results showed that the granting of curcuma and turmeric in level 0.0; 0.1; and 2.0 % inthe commercial rations no significant (P > 0.05) for cooking loss and drip loss male quail meat.Conditions quail meat after 12 hourscutting all in a state of decay.
PENGARUH PEMBERIAN JAMU TRADISIONAL TERHADAP BOBOT HIDUP, BOBOT KARKAS, BOBOT GIBLET DAN LEMAK ABDOMINAL BROILER Tama, Cheldra Aji; Septinova, Dian; Kurtini, Tintin
Jurnal Riset dan Inovasi Peternakan Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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This study aims to determine the effect of traditional on herbal on live weight, carcass weight, giblet and abdominal fat weight of broiler. This study uses a completely randomized design (CRD) with three treatments and six replications. The treatments were water (P0), juice of turmeric water (P1), and boiled guava leaves and betel leaf (P2). One broiler is taken from each experimental unit for carcas. The observed variables were live weight, carcass weight, giblet weight and abdominal fat weight of Broiler. Each treatment was applied to 14-28 days age broiler.The results showed that the traditional herbal medicine no significant effect (P> 0.05) on live weight, carcass weight, giblet weight and abdominal fat weigh of broiler. Keywords: Traditional Herbal Medicine, Live Weight, Carcass Weight, Giblet Weights, and Abdominal Fat weight of Broilers