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Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
ISSN : 25485504     EISSN : 25483803     DOI : -
Core Subject : Health, Agriculture,
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry (CJAH) is oriented to regular publishing of research in the area of Animal Husbandry. This journal is a Blind peer Review that applies an Open Journal system (OJS). the areas include Animal production, Animal Breeding, nutrition of livestock, and farm economy, and processing of livestock product.
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Reproductive Performance of The Female Peranakan Ettawa in Tandebura Village I Made Budianto; H. Hastuti; H. Husnaeni
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 4, No 1 (2019): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry (CJAH)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (960.67 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v4i1.928

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This research aims to know the performance of the reproduction of a female Peranakan Ettawa that is held in Tandebura village. This research was conducted in October to November 2018 in Tandebura subdistrict Watubangga District Kolaka Regency. Population Data of goat's cattle Ettawa (PE) is obtained from direct observation and Resort Livestock Village The Tandebura. Subsequent data is treated descriptively using the CR and NRR formulas followed by correlation analysis.  The observed variables are the Conception Rate (CR0 and the Non-Return Rate (NRR).  The results of the study showed the success of natural wedding in Tandebura sub-district Watubangga Kolaka District is a good value of CR (76.05%) and the NRR (83.09%).  The amount of the collapse of CR-NRR + 1, can be concluded that the success of the natural Wedding Goat breeds Ettawa (PE) females with the number of goat cattle PE as much as 71 tails in the category of right according to the CR and NRR standards and have a solid coloration.
The Viability of Bali Cattle Epididymal Sperm with the Addition of Caffeine in Tris-Egg Yolk Diluents Abd Wahab Hasyim; Oktora Dwi Putranti
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 5, No 2 (2020): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v5i2.1362

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The research aimed to examine the effect of caffeine's addition on diluents on Bali cattle epididymis' survival or sperm viability to get the right amount of caffeine. The epididymis collection was taken from the Slaughterhouse of Ternate City. Analysis of sperm vitality or viability was carried out in the Biotechnology Laboratory of Universitas Khairun. The methods in this research were by preparing egg yolk Tris solution treated with caffeine P0 (0 mg/ml), P2 (2 mg/ml), P4 (4 mg/ml), and P6 (6 mg/ml) with four replications, and then the epididymal sperm was inserted into each treatment. The epididymal sperm viability was calculated by evaluating the percentage of the number of living sperm.  It compared to the dead sperm, which were observed microscopically by eosin-nigrosin staining. The data obtained were analyzed by one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) to see if there were significant differences (P0.05) or very real (P0.01), the analysis were then continued with the Tukey-W-Procedure test with SPSS 18. The results show that administration of caffeine 2 mg/ml and 4 mg/ml  (86.95% and 86.95%) have a significant effect on the sperm viability of epididymis compared with 0 mg/ml and 6 mg/ml (69.38% and 69.91%) treatments.
ANALYSIS ON DIFFERENT PHASES CYCLE IN PRODUCTION OF LAYING HENS Hastuti Arifin
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (637.357 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v1i2.185

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This study aims to determine the productivity of the eggs produced in each phase of production of laying hens. The research was conducted in the village Bende Wundulako District of Kolaka that lasted approximately one month i.e. October to November 2011. The number of chickens is kept as many as 1,577 animals, strain CP 909. The productivity of egg laying hens is very different. Where in each cycle has increased from the initial production to experience the peak of production, which then slowly decreased. Daily egg production (hen-day production) at an early stage about 18.11%, 87.45% and the peak production of the final phase of 44.75%. While the percentage of egg production average weekly Phase I (17.45%), phase 2 (87.09%) and phase 3 (45.20%), for the production of eggs early (Hen-Housed Production EEG) the initial stage 18, 03%, peak production of 89.84% and 32.17% reject rate. Ties The result shows that the peak of egg production is high both in the production of eggs daily, weekly or early egg production Hen-Housed EEG) average is above 80%. So, it can be concluded that the productivity of egg laying hens are very different. Where in each cycle has increased from the initial production to experience the peak of production, on the cusp of production the number of eggs that produced very high
Performance of Quail with Different Hatch Body Weight by Fasting Treatment Post-hatch Bahri Syamsuryadi; K. Khaeruddin
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry (CJAH)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (685.265 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v3i2.815

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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship of broiler quail’s initial body weight which is fastened at post-hatch to growth and attainment the last body weight. One hundred thirty-five quails aged 12 post-hatch had kept in a cage plot which had prepared based on a completely randomized design with 3x3 factorial pattern and three replications which each replication consisted of 5 quails. The first factor is body weight post-hatch (B) consist of B1 = 5.1 – 6.0 g (light), B2 = 6.1 – 7.0 g (medium) and B3 = 7.1 – 8.0 g (heavy), the second factor is the duration of fasting post-hatch (P) consist of P1 = 24 hours, P2 = 36 hours and P3 = 48 hours. The observed parameters to fasting were feed consumption, body weight, and feed conversion. The result of this study is the quail with light early body weight (5.1-6 g) post hatch showed that the lightest last body weight is related to the value of feed conversion. Accession good performance of quail can be reached by access feed approximately 24 hours.
BLOOD CHOLESTEROL, LDL AND HDL IN CROSSBRED LOCAL CHICKEN FEED INULIN OF DAHLIA TUBERS AS A PREBIOTIC Nurul Fajrih
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (824.172 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v1i2.159

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The feeding inulin of dahlia tubers as a prebiotic related to the quality of the resulting product is a product low cholesterol. The research was aimed to examine the role of inulin as a prebiotic derived from dahlia flower tuber in the form of powder and extract on blood cholesterol, low density lipoprotein (LDL) and high density lipoprotein (HDL) of crossbred local chicken. The research was assigned in a completely randomized design with 7 treatments and 4 replications (10 birds each), treatments applied were T0: basal ration, T1: ration + 0.4% powder of dahlia tuber, T2: ration + 0.8% powder of dahlia tuber, T3: ration + 1.2% powder of dahlia tuber, T4: ration + 0.39% extract of dahlia tuber, T5: ration + 0.78% extract of dahlia tuber, T6: ration + 1.17% extract of dahlia tuber. The birds were reared for conditioning from day 1 until 3 week, and dietary treatment was given thereafter until 11 week of age. Parameters observed were blood cholesterol, LDL and HDL. The data were statistically analyzed according to ANOVA and continued to Duncan test at the level of 5% probability. The results showed that feeding inulin in the form of powder or extract significantly (P0,05) decreased LDL and HDL, but not on blood cholesterol. In conclusion, feeding inulin in the form of powder in 1.2% (T3) and extract in 1.17% (T6), able to reduce levels of LDL and HDL but not yet capable of lowering blood cholesterol of crossbred local chicken.
Performance of Bali Cattle on Substitution Feeding Fermented Straw M. Musdalifa; Bahri Syamsuryadi; Abdul Hakim Fattah
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 3, No 1 (2018): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry (CJAH)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (142.987 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v3i1.527

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The purpose of this research is to know the increase of body weight, feed consumption, feed efficiency and conversion of Bali cattle feed given fermented straw as substitution of Elephant Grass. The method used in this Experimental study Method with Randomized Block Design with four treatments and three replications. P2: Elephant Grass 100% (control) P1: Elephant Grass 75% + 25% fermented straw, P2 treatment: Elephant Grass 50% + 50% fermentation straw and P3 Treatment: 25% Grass + Finger straw 75 %. The observed changes were weight gain (kg/day), feed consumption (kg/day), feed efficiency and feed conversion in Bali cattle. The data obtained were analyzed in various ways with Duncan. The result of this research showed that by giving substitution of fermented straw to determine the performance of bovine cow have a real effect (P ≤.05) to the value of body weight gain, feed consumption, feed conversion and efficiency of feed. It shows that with the difference of feeding substitution of fermented straw can give the real effect on the increase of body weight of Bali cattle with feeding of forage grass 50% elephant + 50% fermented straw.
The Quality of Kampung Broiler (KB) Chicken Frozen Semen with DMA Concentrations on Yolk Lactate Ringer Diluent J. Junaedi; Raden Iis Arifiantini; Cece Sumantri
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (819.231 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v2i2.292

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Chicken Kampung Broiler (KB) is the result of a cross between a local chicken (chicken) with broiler imported chicken (broiler chicken). Testing the quality of frozen chicken semen from crossing needs to be done to get high productivity. This study aims to obtain a concentration of cryoprotectant Dimethyl Acetamide (DMA) the best of the concentration of 5%, 7% and 9% in chicken semen freezing KB. The semen used in this study came from three chickens of KB and repeated as many as nine times. Semen is collected by the method of message three times a week. Semen is evaluated macroscopically and microscopically. Subsequently spermatozoa were diluted with yolk diluent and the addition of three DMA cryoprotectant concentrations (5%, 7%, and 9%). Semen diluted 0:25 ml is packed into straw. Then equilibrated at a temperature of 5 ° C for two hours.  After equilibration evaluation of motility and viability of spermatozoa. It is then frozen on liquid nitrogen vapor for 10 minutes. Frozen semen is then stored in liquid nitrogen containers at a temperature of -196 ° C. After 24 hours, the thawing semen in 37 ° C for 30 seconds. The results showed that the addition of DMA 9% in Ringer's lactate diluent yolk produces a percentage motility and viability after thawing is greater than 5% and DMA 7%. Neither the addition of DMA 9% concentration can increase recovery rate after thawing
DRY MATTER DIGESTIBILITY AND NATURAL ORGANIC MATTER MULBERRY FEED GAMAL LEAVES ON MALE GOAT CROSSBREED ETTAWA Hasmawati Hasmawati; Husnaeni Husnaeni
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v1i2.182

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This study aimed to test the level of dry matter and organic matter mulberry natural food and Gliricidia at Ettawa goat crossbreed (PE) males. This research was conducted in March and April 2016 in the village Ranomentaa Toari District of Kolaka. The material used is 12 PE male goats aged 4-6 months with a body weight of 10.44 ± 1.13 kg. Research compiled by complete randomized design (CRD) 3 treatments and 4 replications, P1 (100% mulberry), P2 (50% and 50% mulberry Gliricidia), P3 (100% Gliricidia). The parameters observed were dry matter intake (DMI), organic matter intake (OMI), dry matter digestibility (DMD) and organic matter digestibility (OMD). The data obtained were analyzed using ANOVA with F test (P 0.01 and P 0.05), when there is a continued effect with least significant difference test (BNT). Dry matter consumption and OMI highly significant (P 0.01), while DMD and OMD not significant (P 0.05) as a result of treatment. DMI highest average at P3 (295.41 grams), in line with the highest OMI on P3 (271.21 grams). While the percentage DMD and OMD each ranging between 39.82 to 41.23% and from 40.55 to 43.87%. The absence of the effect of treatment on DMD and OMD caused by the degradation rate of the different natural feed caused by the content of crude fiber (CF) and lignin as well as anti-nutritive substances in the forage. Based on the results of the study concluded that the DMI and the best OMI on Gliricidia, but had no effect on DMD and OMD
Characteristics of Quality Semen, Hatching Arabic Chicken Eggs and Growth of Chicks from Crosses Rin Orin Ningrum; Takdir Saili; la Ode Baa
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry (CJAH)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (712.441 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v3i2.871

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This study aims to evaluate and analyze the characteristics of the quality of semen, and hatching of Arab chicken eggs and the growth of crosses from chicks. This research was conducted at the Permata Farmer Group business, Wua-wua Village, Wua-wua District Kendari, Southeast Sulawesi for three months. This study uses a Completely Randomized Design which is three treatments and six replications. The parameters measured were semen quality, egg weight, egg index, fertility, DOC weight gain, feed consumption, and feed conversion. The data analysis used is Analysis of Variance. The results of this study indicate that the consequences of crossing three males did not have a significant effect (P 0.05) on the measured parameters. It can be seen in the research process which gives results that are not much different from the results of the crossing of three different males using the Arabic parent in the initial phase of production.
USE OF GLYCEROL AS CRYOPROTECTANTS IN FREEZING SENTUL CHICKEN SEMEN J. Junaedi; Raden Iis Arifiantini; Cece Sumantri; Asep Gunawan
Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry Vol 1, No 2 (2016): Chalaza Journal of Animal Husbandry
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (860.524 KB) | DOI: 10.31327/chalaza.v1i2.165

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On the freezing semen chicken cryoprotectants required to overcome the damage of spermatozoa due to cold shock. This study aims to get the best concentrations of cryoprotectants glycerol concentration of 5%, 7% and 9% in freezing Sentul chicken semen. The semen used in this study came from three chickens Sentul and be repeated nine times. Semen was collected by  messase methods for three times a week. Semen was evaluated macroscopic and microscopic. Furthermore spermatozoa diluted with egg yolk and the addition of three concentrations of cryoprotectants glycerol (5%, 7% and 9%). Semen diluted 0:25 ml is packed into straw. Then equilibrated at a temperature of 5°C for two hours. After equilibration to evaluate the motility and viability of spermatozoa. Furthermore, frozen in liquid nitrogen vapor for 10 minutes. Frozen semen is then stored in liquid nitrogen containers with temperature -196°C. After 24 hours, semen is thawed at 37°C for 30 seconds. The results showed that the percentage of sperm motility and viability of frozen semen cock Sentul using glycerol cryoprotectants 5% better P (0.05) compared with the use of glycerol 7% and 9%. The use of glycerol 5% at this stage of equilibration and storage can reduce the damage of spermatozoa in the semen of chicken Sentul. Neither glycerol 5% could increase recovery rate after thawing