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Identifikasi Keragaman Jenis Parasit Cacing pada Ternak Ayam Kampung di Kabupaten Jember Satria Budi Kusuma; Suluh Nusantoro; Aan Awaludin; Yendri Junaidi; Tutik Lusyta Aulyani
Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan Terapan Vol 4 No 2 (2021): Jurnal Ilmu Peternakan Terapan
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Jember

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Parasitic worms (Helminths) are the one of health problems related to the parasites investment that is often found in native chickens. This study aimed to identify the diversity of worm parasites found in native chickens in Jember Regency. The sampling procedure for native chicken excreta was carried out randomly. The excreta samples taken were 150 samples around Jember Regency. Identification of the diversity of worm species was carried out by examining worm eggs in excreta samples using the sedimentation method at BBVet (Balai Besar Veterinary) Wates, Yogyakarta. The parasitic worms identified in the excreta samples of native chickens were worms from the Nematode class consisting of Capillaria sp. (24.67%); Heterakis sp. (10.67%); Strongyloides sp. (3.33%); and Ascaridia sp. (2.67%).
Analysis of Consumer Preferences in Buying Chicken Carcass in Sumbersari District, Jember Regency Satria Budi Kusuma; Hariadi Subagja; Shokhirul Imam
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Tropis Vol 9, No 2 (2022): JITRO, May 2022
Publisher : Universitas Halu Oleo

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This study aims to analyze differences in consumer preferences for buying chicken carcasses in Sumbersari District, Jember Regency, East Java. The research method uses a survey method with interviews based on a list of questions on the questionnaire. The sample was determined by the accidental sampling method with 49 samples. Sources of data used are primary and secondary data with descriptive analysis. The results of the analysis show that the largest consumer age group for chicken meat is 17-27 years old (68%), the consumer profession is dominated by students (61%), and the frequency of consumption of chicken meat is once a week (43%), the desired price of chicken is Rp18,000 - Rp20,000/kg (61%), the most preferred part of the chicken is the breast (29%), the method of ordering chicken meat is through online media (65%), the most popular side dish for chicken is poultry eggs (39%), and the most popular method of cooking chicken is by frying (76%). From the results of the study, it can be concluded that the majority of consumers are millennials who are technology literate, wanting practicality in obtaining chicken carcasses at more affordable prices.Keywords:  chicken carcass, consumer, preference
Budidaya Ternak Cacing Tanah (Lumbricus Rubellus) Sebagai Implementasi System Zero Waste di Lingkungan Peternak Ruminansia Desa Bagorejo Jember Gayuh Syaikhullah; M Adhyatma; Satria Budi Kusuma
J-Dinamika : Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Vol 6 No 1 (2021): June
Publisher : Politeknik Negeri Jember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25047/j-dinamika.v6i1.2564


Ruminant livestock groups in Jember Regency, especially in Bagorejo Village, have several problems that need to be resolved. A large livestock population makes breeders need a solution related to livestock waste, currently not being fully utilized. Several breeders have tried to use livestock waste as biogas and organic fertilizer. However, biogas' efficiency is still at a minimum level, and organic fertilizers' production is deemed less profitable from breeders' perspective. Ruminant breeders in Bagorejo Village expect a solution to utilizing their livestock waste which can be converted into a good side business. The community service team from the Jember State Polytechnic Animal Husbandry Department came with the results of research related to the use of Azotobacter sp bacteria in utilizing livestock waste. The utilization of these bacteria can convert livestock waste into optimal media for earthworms (Lumbricus rubellus). In the process of dissemination to farmers in Bagorejo village, the results were satisfactory. In addition to training and education, we also conduct mini-research in the breeder environment to convince farmers that the optimization of earthworm livestock can be helped by using the bacterial culture of Azotobacter sp. In this mini-research, we made three treatments for earthworm media, (P1) media without any addition, (P2) media with the addition of Azotobacter sp culture, and (P3) media with the addition of EM4. Each medium is sown with 500 grams of worm seeds. After that, maintenance is carried out for four weeks, and the final results of raising the earthworms are weighed. After weighing, P1 gets a final weight of 1.3kg, P2 receives a final weight of 2.4kg, and P3 gets a final weight of 1.8kg. From the results of the mini-research conducted by the team and breeders, the hope is that it will provide solutions to farmers that the use of livestock waste can be a medium for worm livestock. And with the addition of Azotobacter sp culture, it can make raising earthworms more optimal and can be a sustainable and profitable side business.
Case Study on Genesis Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) on Broiler chickens at PT. Aretha Nusantara Farm Bandung Miftakhul Zannah; Aan Awaludin; Dyah Laksito Rukmi; Suluh Nusantoro; Satria Budi Kusuma
Journal of Livestock Science and Production Vol 4, No 1 (2020): Journal of Livestock Science and Production
Publisher : Universitas Tidar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31002/jalspro.v4i1.1944


Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) known as Gumboro is a high frequently found virus that has an acute trait. It occurs on broiler chickens and easily transmitted among them especially during the maintenance period. The targets of this virus are the cell in the bursa of fabricius and various lymphoid organs. Therefore, the IBD virus infection causes interference to the immune system. Moreover, the observation of clinical symptoms showed that in the Arjasari 2 stall found the changes in clinical symptoms on broiler chickens. It covers weakness and lethargy, decreased appetite, hanging wings, whitish watery diarrhea, and dirty cloaca. Besides, during the maintenance period found a high mortality rate. Based on the results of a necropsy, several organs have changed in broiler chickens aged 17-33 days. Changes in the bursa of fabricius experiencing organ hemorrhage air sacs that become inflamed (airsacculitis), and hemorrhages on the heart, thus space indicating an IBD. Results from the study showed that the field methods for diagnosis with a view of the clinical symptoms, the mortality rate, and a necropsy can be used as a method for the field diagnosis of IBD. Changes in the post mortem organ can be used as reinforcement to the clinical diagnosis of IBD, especially changes or damage to the bursa of fabricius.
Pelatihan Manajemen Pemeliharaan Ayam Jantan Petelur pada Kelompok Ternak Nawawi Farm Jember M. Adhyatma; Gayuh Syaikhullah; Rizki Amalia Nurfitriani; Nur Muhamad; Satria Budi Kusuma
Journal of Community Development Vol. 1 No. 1 (2020): October
Publisher : Indonesian Journal Publisher

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"Nawawi Farm" Breeder Group of Nogosari Village is one of the breeder's groups community in Jember Regency which has a focus on layer rooster’s commodity business. Members of this group are approximately 100 breeders. Production of laying hens has a final weight of around 800 g. Meanwhile, feeding during maintenance requires quite a lot of cost. The existence of expenditures made and income generated is unbalanced, of course, become quite serious problems in the world of the livestock business. This is due to the lack of understanding of the Nawawi Farm livestock group regarding the maintenance management of Laying Roosters. Therefore, training and educations are needed regarding the maintenance management of laying hens. The service of the community dedication stage begins with analyzing community needs, training in the management of laying hens, to guiding the maintenance of laying hens in the Nawawi Farm Livestock Group. The main results of the implementation of this service carried out is that all Nawawi Farm breeders can understand the maintenance management of Laying Hens properly and correctly. The service activities that have been carried out can be carried out properly and run smoothly in accordance with the planned activities that have been prepared. This community service activity was well-received by all apparatus of the Nawawi Farm breeder group. The suggestion of this activity is a follow-up activity in the form of training on making rations with the use of local feed ingredients, especially in the face of the new normal era now to maintain the economic stability of the Nawawi Farm livestock group.