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Bantara Journal of Animal Science
ISSN : 26569701     EISSN : 26571587     DOI : https://doi.org/10.32585/bjas.v2i1.645
Focus and Scope The aim of this journal is to publish original research in animal science and veterinary including livestock production, management and environment, breeding and genetics, livestock yield technology, and socio-economic livestock, wild animal, veterinary sciences, anatomy, histology, physiology, pharmacology, parasitology, microbiology, epidemiology, veterinary public health, pathology, reproduction, clinic veterinary and biotechnology
Articles 55 Documents
EFFECT OF LIQUID CHLOROPHYLL FROM ALFALFA LEAVES (Medicago sativa l) AS A SUPPORTIF SUPPLEMENT TO THE PERFORMANCE OF BROILER CHICKENS Ela Zabeta Ningrum; Lalu Faisal Fajri; Dina Oktaviana
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.223

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The purpose of this research is to determine the effect of liquid chlorophyll 8 ml can affect the weight, weight of cut, and carcass weight applied by broiler breeders in West Nusa Tenggara provision, especially Lombok. The type of the research that conducted in this research is laboratory experimental research with Randomized Post Test Design Only Control Group Design. This research uses a complete randomized design (RAL) with 4 kinds of treatment are arranged in random. The research used 24 samples of 1 day old chickens (DOC) maintained for 35 days, Liquid chlorophyll was administered through drinking water. The results of this research is using ANOVA variety using SPSS for windows 17 uji duncan stated that P0 was significantly different from P1, P2 and P3 in the weight test Body, cutting weight and carcass weight.
THE EFFECT OF CONCENTRATE SUBSTITUTION WITH FERMENTED LAMTORO LEAVES FLOUR (Leucaena glauca) IN RATION ON FEED CONSUMPTION, GROWTH AND FEED CONVERSION OF BROILER CHICKEN D Widharto; L Risyani; R Almaratu
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.224

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This study was conducted to determine the effect of concentrate substitution with fermented lamtoro leaves flour (Leucaena glauca) in rations onfeed consumption, growth and feed conversion of broiler chicken. A total of 60 day-old broiler chickens were divided into 4 treatments and these treatments were : Control treatment (T-0), group of chickens that were given feed concentrated feed without any substitution; The Treatment Group 1 ( T-1 ) , group of chickens that were given concentrated feed that was partly replaced by Fermented Lamtoro leaves flour with 5% concentration;and Treatment group 2 (T-2), group of chickens that were given concentrated feed that was partly replaced by Fermented Lamtoro leaves flour with 10% concentration; and Treatment Group 3 (T-3), group of chickens that were given concentrated feed that was partly replaced by Fermented Lamtoro leaves flour with 15% concentration. Variables observed in this studywere: feed consumption, growth, and feed conversion of broiler chickens. The data that was obtained during the study from each treatment were :  1 ) feed consumptionwere 82,79 (T-0 ); 84,24 ( T-1 ); 84,01 ( T-2 ) and 82,36 gr / chicken/day (T-3), 2 ) and 42,89 ( T-0 ) , 45,92 ( T-1 ) , 46,13 ( T-2 ) , and 42,90 gr/ (T-3) chicken/day for growth, and 3 ) 1,94 ( t0 ); 1,84 ( t1 ); 1,82 ( t2 ); and 1,92 ( t-3 ) for feed conversion. Statistical tests indicates there is no significant difference on feed consumption, growth, and feed consumption.The conclusion of the study is that the substitution of feed concentrate with lamtoro (Leucaena glauca)  leaves flour fermentation does not affect feed consumption, growth, and feed conversion of broiler chickens
EFFECTIVENESS OF GIVING MENIRAN (Phyllanthusniruri L) AND SAMBILOTO (Andrographis paniculata) EXTRACT WITH DIFFERENT COMPOSITION ON THE IMMUNE AND PERFORMANANCE RESPONSIBILITY OF BROILER CHICKEN POST TO ND VACCINATION Puji Astuti; Gebby Citra Vasthu Gumilar
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.225

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This research aims to determine the effect of differences in the composition of Meniran and Sambiloto on immune and performance responsibility of broiler chickens. The research was conducted at UPT Akademi Peternakan Karanganyar. The research used as many as 60 broiler chickens that is devided into 4 groups of treatments and 3 replication. The treatment is applied the administration of Meniran  and Sambiloto extract in the water, that  is including of:T0 (Control): water without feed additive, T1: addition of Meniran and Sambiloto extract with a composition of 75 : 25%, T2: addition of Meniran and  Sambiloto extract with the composition 50 : 50%, T3: the addition of Menirani and Sambiloto extract with a composition of 25: 75%. The addition of Meniran and Sambiloto extract as much as 300 mg/liter of drinking water. The design is used a completely randomized design. The parameters were observed the  performance including of feed consumption, body weight gain, and feed conversions. The data of immune responsiveness were analyzed descriptively and the data of performance were analyzed by using variannce analysis. Based on the results of the variance analysis that is Meniran and Sambiloto extracts with a ratio of 25% : 75% can increasing the chicken appetite compared with the treatment control but it have not effect on the body weight gain, and feed conversion. The data of ND titer shows there is a protective titer achievement of ND (log23-log25). Lymphocyte data shows the protective numbers. It was concluded that the differences in composition of Meniran and Sambiloto extracts did not show the performance differences, but were able to improve the immune response of broilers.
THE USE OF CALCIUM IN QUAILS DURING EGG HATCHING PHASE BY ADDING YACON LEAF POWDER (Smallanthus sonchifolius) Emerson Umbu Hemur Patangara; Vitus Dwi Yunianto; Bambang Sukamto; Lilik Krismiyanto
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.226

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The goal of this research is to find out the use of calcium in quails during egg hatching phase by adding yacon leaf powder (Smallanthus sonchifolius). The subject used were 160 quail birds that are in the phase of hatching eggs at the age of 5 weeks, weighing 135,81 ± 3,25 gr. The method of this research was Completely Randomized Design (CRD) with 5 treatments and 4 replication, every tested units consist of 8 birds. The treatment applied consist of T0 = basal ration, T1 = basal ration+ 1% yacon leaf powder, T2 = basal ration+ 2% yacon leaf powder, T3 = basal ration+ 3% yacon leaf powder and T4 = basal ration + 4% yacon leaf powder. The parameter being measured includes the consumption of calcium, calcium's retention, weight of the shell, thickness of the shell and the production of the eggs. The data was analyzed by using Analysis of Variants (ANOVA) with a significance level of 5% and if significantly affected it will continue with Duncan's Multiple Distance Test. The result shows that the significant effect of adding yacon leaf powder (P<0.05) on calcium’s retention and the production of the eggs, but it did not affect (P>0.05) on the consumption of calcium, the weight of the shell and the thickness of the shell. In summary, by adding the yacon leaf powder until level 4% in ration, it may increase the use of egg calcium in quailduring egg hatching phase.
THE EFFECT OF AGE AND SLAUGHTER WEIGHT ON CARCASS AND NON CARCASS OF LOCAL FEMALE SHEEP Siti Muyasaroh
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.227

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The study was conducted to determine the effect of age and slaughter weight on carcass and non carcass (head, skin, legs, heart, liver, lugs and digestive tract) of local female sheep. The study was conducted on sixty local female sheep consisted thirty local female sheep with slaughter weight of 10-14.99 kg and thirty local female sheep with slaughter weight of 15-20 kg, are less than one year, 1-1.5 years, and 1.5-2 years. Data collected including age, slaughter weight, carcass weight, non carcass weight (head, skin, legs, hear, liver, lungs and digestive tract), carcass percentage and non carcass percentage. The method used was factorial pattern. The analysis shows that the slaughter weight gives very significant effect on carcass, skin, lung, liver, heart Data was analysed by analysis of variance of factorial pattern. The statistic result showed that slaughter weight significantly (P<0.05) affected carcass and non carcass percentage. Age significantly (P<0.05) affected carcass percentage, skin percentage, lung percentage, heart percentage, liver percentage, lungs percentage and digestive tract percentage. In this study it can be concluded that there is a significant effect between the slaughter weight to carcass and non carcass percentage, except head percentage. There is no connection between age and slaugher weight on carcass and non carcass percentage of local female sheep. Therefore it could be concluded that slaughter weight significantly affects carcass and non carcass, and in particular, age significantly affected carcass and non carcass percentage, except head percentage. There was no interaction between age and slaughter weight on the carcass percentage.
THE EFFECT OF ORGANIC FERTILIZER WITH MATERIALS MIXED BY THE SIDE OF PALM OIL MILL AND BALI CATTLE MANURE AGAINST GROWTH SWEET CORN (Zea mays) Ida Ketut Mudhita; Saprudin Saprudin
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.228

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This research aim are to examine the effect of the treatment of organic fertilizer from waste palm oil mill and cow manure on the growth of Zea mays and determine the optimum dose of organic fertilizer. This research was conducted in Kapitan Village, Kumai District, West Kotawarigin Regency, Central Kalimantan. There were 4 treatments of the research: organic fertilizer with a dose of 0 tons/ha (P0), 5 tons/ha (P5), 10 tons/ha (P10) and 15 tons/ha (P15) with 3 replications. All treatments were given NPK Mutiara fertilizer at a dose of 200 kg/ha as a basic fertilizer. Zea mays planted in 4 plots 4 treatments with 3 plots of repetition, a total of 12 plots. The spacing was 50x40 cm, the number of corn plants is 56/plot, a total of 672 plants for 12 plots. NPK fertilizer was given 240 g plot. Organic fertilizer P0: 0 kg/plot, P5: 6 kg/plot total 3 plots 18 kg, P10: 12 kg total 36 kg, P15: 18 kg total 54 kg. Parameters observed were plant height, leaf area, fresh weight, dry weight and plant growth rate at 21, 28, 35, 42 and 49 days after planting. The design of the research used a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) in a directional pattern, performed a duncant test if there were differences. The results showed that at the age of 49 days: plant height increased 18% (P5), 20% (P10) and 38% (P15); leaf area increased 42% (P5), 71% (P10), 106% (P15); fresh weight increased by 16% (P0), 86% (P10), 96%: plant growth rate increased by 40% (P5), 248% (P10), 272% (P15) compared to P0. The conclusion is that the higher the dose of organic fertilizer given results in higher plant growth as well, with the optimal dose of organic fertilizer giving a dose of 10 tons/ha.
NUTRIENT CONTENT OF COCOA POD (Theobroma cocoa) FERMENTATION WITH Aspergilllus niger ADDITION Engkus Ainul Yakin; Ahimsa Kandi Sariri
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i1.229

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The study was conducted to determine the increase in nutrient content and decrease in the lignin content of cocoa pod fermented with Aspergillus niger. The research method used three treatments and four replications. T0 = cocoa pod fermented without the addition of Aspergillus niger, T1 = cocoa pod fermented with the addition of 1% Aspergillus niger, and T2 = cocoa pod fermented with the addition of 2% Aspergillus niger. Fresh cocoa pod was chopped in 1-2 cm size. Cocoa pod chopped and dried, some added with Aspergillus niger. The mixture is put into an aerobic container for 7 days. The variables observed included dry matter, crude protein, crude fiber, and crude fat. This study was designed using a complete randomized design research design with one-way ANOVA analysis. Significant variables were followed by Duncan's multiple range test (Duncan multiple range test / DMRT). The results of the study showed significantly different results in all treatments. It was concluded that the fermentation with addition Aspergillus niger until 2% decrease crude protein, crude fiber, and crude fat on cocoa pod fermentation.
Effect of The Addition of Casava Peel and Lactid Acid Bacteria As Feed Additives on The Chemical Profile of Broiler Chicken Meat Arindya Ayu Perwitarini; Edjeng Suprijatna; Rina Muryani
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i2.394

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The purpose of this research is to evaluate the effect of feed additives in the form of a combination of cassava peel and BAL on the chemical profile of broiler chicken meat in the form of protein, cholesterol, LDL and HDL broiler chicken meat. The material used was 144 broiler day old chicken (DOC), feed (containing 18.9% protein; 7.3% fat; 7.5% crude fiber; calcium 0.8%; Phosphorus 0.7%; energy metabolic (3044.9 kcal). This research used a completely randomized design with 4 treatments and 6 replications. T0 is a basal ration without the addition of feed additives (control); T1 is a basal ration + 50 ml / kg of feed additive; T2 is a basal ration + 100 ml / kg of feed additives and T3 is a basal ration + 150 ml / kg of feed additives. The results of the analysis of variance showed that the treatment of cassava peel and lactic acid bacteria affected the levels of meat protein and meat cholesterol but did not affect the levels of Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL) and High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) (P <0.05). Meat protein levels T0, T1, T2 and T3 respectively were 18.42%; 18.35%; 18.46% and 17.13%. Cholesterol levels of meat T0, T1, T2 and T3 were 1.49 mg / g; 1.43 mg / g; 1.08 mg / g and 1.05 mg / g. LDL levels of meat T0, T1, T2 and T3 were 0.32 mg / g; 0.35 mg / g; 0.37 mg / g and 0.37 mg / g. HDL levels of meat T0, T1, T2 and T3 were 0.18 mg / g; 0.16 mg / g; 0.15 mg / g and 0.19 mg / g. This study can be concluded that the addition of cassava peel can improve protein levels and reduce cholesterol levels but have not been able to improve LDL and HDL levels of broiler chicken meat.
Brebes Sheep Skin That is Hydrolyzed With Excess Acid Solution (CH3COOH) and Sitrate Acid (C6H8O7) Became Gelatin Muhamad Hasdar; Wadli Wadli; Daryono Daryono
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i2.395

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Local resources from Brebes Regency that have not been maximized properly are sheep skin. Brebes sheep skin can be converted into gelatin. This study aims to determine the quality of the yield and gelatin protein of sheep skin hydrolyzed using weak acids. The main ingredient of this research is sheep skin from Brebes Regency, which is 1-2 years old. The research method uses a completely randomized design (CRD) 2 x 3 factorial pattern where the first factor is the soaking material (CH3COOH 2% v / v and C6H8O7 2% v / v) and the second factor is the immersion time (2 hours, 3 hours and 4 hour), then proceed with the Real Difference test using the Duncan Multiple Range Test (DMRT). The yield measurement results showed the percentage of sheep skin gelatin is 10,12-10,77%, and the measurement of sheep skin gelatin protein showed a percentage of 70,96-72,87%. The ability of CH3COOH 2% in hydrolyzing sheep skin collagen is better than C6H8O7 2%. The highest percentage of yield and protein is at 4 hours soaking time for each type of solution.Keywords: Gelatin, Low Acid, protein, sheep skin, rendement
Protein Digestibility, Calcium and Phosphorus Retention in Rations using Gamal Leaf Flour and Cekuti Leaf Flour for Turkey Grower Poultry Fadlu Muhammad Amrulloh; Istna Mangisah; Bambang Sukamto
Bantara Journal of Animal Science Vol 1, No 2 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32585/bjas.v1i2.396

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This study aimed to determine the digestibility of crude protein, calcium and phosphorus retention in rations using gamal leaf and cekuti leaf flour on grower turkey poults. Animals used were 8 weeks old turkey, totaling 100 unsex. The study used a randomized block design (RBD) using 5 treatments and 4 groups. Grouping was based on body weights; group 1 has a weight of 725 - 849 grams, group 2 has a weight of 850 - 974 grams, group 3 has a weight of 975 - 1099 grams, group 4 has a weight of 1100 - 1224 grams, each group consisting of 25 turkeys. The treatments given include T0 = without any gamal and cekuti given, TI = giving rations with 5% gamal, T2 = giving rations with 10% gamal, T3 = giving ration with 5% of cekuti and T4 = givingration with 10% of cekuti. The data obtained were carried out by the F test and Duncan's multiple range with a level of 5%. The results showed that the use of gamal leaf flour and scruff on the ration for grower turkey had a significant effect (P˂0.05) on crude protein digestibility, calcium and phosphorus retention and in grower turkey. The conclusion is that as much of 5% gamal leaf flour can be used in turkey rations.