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Pengaruh teat dipping menggunakan dekok daun kersen (Muntingia calabura L.) terhadap tingkat kejadian mastitis Indra Kurniawan; S. Sarwiyono; Puguh Surjowardojo
Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Peternakan (Indonesian Journal of Animal Science) Vol 23, No 3 (2013)
Publisher : Faculty of Animal Science, Universitas Brawijaya

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ABSTRACT: The study was carried out in Sidomulyo Village, Jabung, Malang Regen-cy from April 6th to May 6th, 2013. The objective of the study was to evaluate the influ-ence of Kersen leaf (Muntingia calabura L) extract to reduce mastitis incidents. The materials used in this study were 15 Friesian Holstein crossbreed lactating dairy cows, chemical antiseptic, and Kersen leaf extract. The study used experiment Randomized Block Design with 3 treatments and 5 replications. The result shows that Kersen leaf extract was significantly (p>0.05) able to reduce mastitis incidents particularly 20% of Kersen leaf extract composition. The study suggests that Kersen leaf extract can be used as an effective substance in dipping solution for dairy cows Mastitis control program.Keywords: Kersen leaf extract, mastitis, teat dipping, dairy cows
Hubungan BCS dengan Produksi dan Total Solid (TS) Kolostrum Sapi PFH di KPSP Setia Kawan Pasuruan Luluk Puji Mandharenie; Puguh Surjowardojo
Jurnal Sains Peternakan Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Jurnal Sains Peternakan
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas PGRI Kanjuruhan Malang

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The study was carried out at the Setia Kawan Nongkojajar Dairy Farm Cooperative for 3 months on August 24 – October 24, 2021. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between BCS of dairy cows with the quantity and quality of colostrum in terms of Total Solid (TS) colostrum. The material used in this study was 42 Friesian Holstein crossbred dairy cattle (9 months). The standard for measuring BCS is the standard from Kellogg (2010). The variables used were the BCS value, the quantity of colostrum production and the Total Solid (TS) of colostrum in dairy cows. The method used is a case study method and the determination of crossbred dairy cattle material using purposive sampling. The data were analyzed by simple linear regression with the BCS of dairy cattle, namely (????), colostrum production is (????1) and TS namely (????2). The results of the study obtained the equation ????1 = 3.62 + 0.14X relationship between BCS and colostrum production and the equation ????2 = 18.25 + 3.69X between the relationship between BCS and TS, the equation is used as a basis for estimating the quality of colostrum in terms of TS with (r) = 0.50 and ????2 = 0.2509% while the quantity of colostrum in terms of daily colostrum production with (r) = 0.043 and ????2 = 0.0018%. From these calculations, it can be seen that BCS is significantly related (p<0.05) on the TS of colostrum and has a positive relationship, while BCS was not significantly related (p>0.05) on the quantity of colostrum production.
Perbedaan Produksi Susu dan Tingkat Mastitis pada Puting Depan dan Puting Belakang Sapi Perah PFH di KUD Sumbermakmur Kecamatan Ngantang Kabupaten Malang Salsabila Maula Hanggara; Puguh Surjowardojo
Jurnal Sains Peternakan Vol 10 No 1 (2022): Jurnal Sains Peternakan
Publisher : Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas PGRI Kanjuruhan Malang

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The purpose of this study was to determine the difference in milk production between the front and rear teat and mastitis in FHC dairy cows in the Ngantang district. The research material was 45 FHC dairy cows with 2nd, 3rd and 4th lactation periods. The method that used was a case study by observing and collecting data at the farm by purposive sampling. The data obtained were analyzed by paired t-test. The results showed that the difference in front and rear teat milk production in FHC dairy cows in the Ngantang district was different. Front teat milk production has an average of 7.31 ± 2.71 kg/cow/day while rear teat milk production has an average of 8.91 ± 2.29 kg/cow/day. There was also a very significant difference in the mastitis score, the average mastitis score of front teat was 0.80 ± 0.92 and the mastitis score to the rear teat was 1.29 ± 1.34. Of the 180 teat tested for mastitis, there were 68 teat that were positive for subclinical mastitis, the average being the rear teat because the milk production was higher than the front teat. These results indicate that the front and rear teatmilk production is highly significant (P < 0.01).
Effect of Steaming Up on Old Pregnant Parent Weights, Calf Birth Weight and Colostrum Production in PFH Cattle in Sumber Rejeki Group, Princi, Dau, Malang District Primasatya Nugraha; Puguh Surjowardojo
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 4, No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Program Studi Peternakan, Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

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The study purpose to determine the relationship between steaming up on body weight of pregnant cow, birth weight of calf and colostrum production. The research was conducted in Sumber Rejeki Group at Princi Village, Dau Sub-District, Malang Regency, East Java. The material used in this research was 30 cows. The research method used in this research was case study. The results showed that steaming up treatment did not give significant effects on body weight of pregnant cow and calf bir but it did give significant effects on colostrum production. The average weight of pregnant cow that treated with steaming up was 483.03±28.43 kg and the average weight that not treated with steaming up was 471.81±29.90 kg. The average calf birth weight that its mother treated with steaming up was 32.25±6.52 kg and the average calf birth weigh that its mother not treated with steaming up was 31.70±4.96 kg. The average of colostrum production from cow that treated with steaming up was 10.91±3.38 litre/cow/day and the average of colostrum production from cow that not treated with steaming up was 7.94±1.79 litre/cow/day. It was concluded that steaming up treatment effects on body weight of pregnant cow and calf birth weight did not differ significantly (p-value>0.05) but it had significant effects on colostrum production (p-value<0.05). It was suggested to have steaming up treatment on pregnant cow 2 until 3 weeks or 15 days before partus in order to achieve optimum production and maximum profit.
Study of Fat, Lactose, and Protein Concentrations of Holstein Friesian Cow's Milk Early Lactation Puguh Surjowardojo; Tri Eko Susilorini; Hanum Muarifa; Rifa&#039;i Rifa&#039;i; Ike Mawarni Handayani; Aditya Cahya Wardhana
Jurnal Ternak : Jurnal Ilmiah Fakultas Peternakan Universitas Islam Lamongan Vol 13, No 2 (2022): Jurnal Ternak
Publisher : UNIVERSITAS ISLAM LAMONGAN

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This study aims to determine the concentration of lactose, fat, and protein in FH cow's milk at the beginning of lactation which is intensively reared at the People's Farm of the Dairy Cattle Farming Cooperative (KPSP) located in Tutur District, Nongkojajar, Pasuruan Regency, East Java Province, Indonesia. The research material used was fresh milk from lactating dairy cows. The research method used is laboratory analysis with purposive sampling technique. FH dairy cows that were in 3rd lactation period was taken as samples on the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd milking days in the morning and evening milking times. Data were analyzed descriptively and qualitatively. The results showed that the average fat concentration of FH cow's milk in the morning milking was 4.23±0.68%, while in the afternoon milking was 4.99±0.65%. The average lactose concentration in the morning milk was 4.10±0.66%, while in the afternoon milk was 4.48±0.71%. The average protein concentration in the morning milking was 3.23±0.94%, while in the afternoon milking was 3.32 ±0.65%. This study concluded that the high concentration of fat, lactose, and protein in the afternoon milking was caused by the shorter time interval between morning and evening milking than the afternoon to morning milking time.The concentration of fat, lactose, and protein in FH cow's milk, which is higher than the SNI standard, is due to several factors including environmental, nutritional, climatological, and managerial factors. The factors are inseparable from each other in influencing milk quality.The quality of fresh milk produced by the Dairy Cow Farming Cooperative People's Farm (KPSP) located in Tutur District, Nongkojajar, Pasuruan Regency, East Java Province, Indonesia is in good condition, safe, and suitable for consumption as milk quality standards meet SNI No. 01-3141.1-2011.
Effect of Steaming Up on Old Pregnant Parent Weights, Calf Birth Weight and Colostrum Production in PFH Cattle in Sumber Rejeki Group, Princi, Dau, Malang District Primasatya Nugraha; Puguh Surjowardojo
BANTARA JOURNAL OF ANIMAL SCIENCE Vol 4 No 2 (2022)
Publisher : Universitas Veteran Bangun Nusantara

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v4i2.2825

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The study purpose to determine the relationship between steaming up on body weight of pregnant cow, birth weight of calf and colostrum production. The research was conducted in Sumber Rejeki Group at Princi Village, Dau Sub-District, Malang Regency, East Java. The material used in this research was 30 cows. The research method used in this research was case study. The results showed that steaming up treatment did not give significant effects on body weight of pregnant cow and calf bir but it did give significant effects on colostrum production. The average weight of pregnant cow that treated with steaming up was 483.03±28.43 kg and the average weight that not treated with steaming up was 471.81±29.90 kg. The average calf birth weight that its mother treated with steaming up was 32.25±6.52 kg and the average calf birth weigh that its mother not treated with steaming up was 31.70±4.96 kg. The average of colostrum production from cow that treated with steaming up was 10.91±3.38 litre/cow/day and the average of colostrum production from cow that not treated with steaming up was 7.94±1.79 litre/cow/day. It was concluded that steaming up treatment effects on body weight of pregnant cow and calf birth weight did not differ significantly (p-value>0.05) but it had significant effects on colostrum production (p-value<0.05). It was suggested to have steaming up treatment on pregnant cow 2 until 3 weeks or 15 days before partus in order to achieve optimum production and maximum profit.