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The effect of bioplus supplementation on performance of Madura cattle in Central Kalimantan Ngadiyono, Nono; Hartadi, Hari; Winugroho, M; Siswansyah, Deddy Djauhari; Ahmad, Salfina Nurdin
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 6, No 2 (2001)
Publisher : Indonesian Animal Sciences Society

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The experiment was conducted to investigate the production performances, i.e. the growth rate, feed consumption, feed conversion and carcass percentage of Madura cattle supplemented with bioplus and palm coconut cake. Twelve (12) male Madura cattle of approximately 1.5 to 2.0 years old with an initial liveweight of 136.62+21.61 kg were used in this study, and were randomly divided into four ration treatments, namely (I) Ration composed of roughage and legume (control); (II) Roughage and legume were supplemented with bioplus; (III) Roughage and legume were supplemented with palm coconut cake; and (IV) Roughage and legume were supplemented with palm coconut cake and bioplus. Each group (unit) consisted of three cattle. The cattle were kept in feedlot system lasted in three months. The roughage and legume consisted of field grass 80%, elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) 10% and ground peanut straw 10%. Bioplus taken from Balitnak (Research Institute for Animal Production) Ciawi, Bogor was given at 0.5 kg/cattle and palm coconut cake was given at 2 kg/cattle, respectively. The variable measurements were average of daily gain (ADG), feed consumption, feed conversion, feed cost per gain, carcass percentage, and nutrient digestibility. The data were analyzed using a variance analyses (completely randomized design), followed by Duncan’s new multiple range test (DMRT) for the significant means. The result indicated that palm coconut cake and bioplus supplementation produce higher ADG. The ADG were 0.32; 0.38; 0.55; and 0.61 kg for treatment I, II, III, and IV, respectively. Supplementation with bioplus and palm coconut cake increased dry matter intake (DMI), organic matter (OM) and crude protein intake (CPI). Supplementation can also reduce feed conversion and feed cost per gain compared to without supplementation. Bioplus supplementation increases DM, OM, and CP digestibility. There were no significant effect of treatments on the dressing percentage, while the percentage of offal mainly skin, lung, kidney, and viscera fat were significantly different. Bioplus supplementation increased feed consumption, digestibility, and reduced feed cost per gain.   Key words: Madura cattle, bioplus, production performance
Penggunaan Teknik In Sacco Mobile Sebagai Estimasi Kecernaan Nutrien Hijauan Pakan Ternak di dalam Intestinum Hadi, Rendi Fathoni; Kustantinah, Kustantinah; Hartadi, Hari
Sains Peternakan: Jurnal Penelitian Ilmu Peternakan Vol 14, No 2 (2016): Sains Peternakan
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret (UNS)

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This study aims to explore the potential of forage optimally, the degradation rate of forage nutrients are usually given by the farmers at the time in the intestine of a variety of forage fodder. This study used four kinds of forage feed material: Gliricidia leaves (G), Manilkara leaves (S), Ficus leaves (B) and Cocoa leaves (C). This study was observed in intestinal digestibility. The data taken is nutrient digestibility of rumen and intestinal residues include DM, OM and CP. Samples were incubated in the intestine of cattle that canulation intestine with different time intervals, time/point of incubation: 2, 4, 8, 12, 16, 24, 36 and 48 hours. Samples were incubated in livestock that fistulation intestinal samples of rumen residue. The results showed that the digestibility of nutrients DM, OM and CP respectively forage percentage amount of intestinal digestibility value of feedstuffs in the rumen incubation time of 2-48 hours progressively decreased the percentage of nutrient digestibility. The conclusion of the study when it is time to stay forage in the rumen longer then the more nutrients are degraded by rumen microbes that escapes rumen degradation will be more and more and can be digested in the intestine will be less. Keywords: in sacco mobile, forage, intestine
EVALUASI PAKAN SUPLEMEN MINYAK IKAN LEMURU DAN HIDROLISAT DARAH TERPROTEKSI BERDASARKAN KECERNAAN BAHAN KERING DAN KECERNAAN BAHAN ORGANIK DI DALAM RUMEN DAN PASCA RUMEN Pramono, Ahmad; Kustono, Kustono; Widayati, Diah Tri; Putro, P P; Hartadi, Hari
Sains Peternakan: Jurnal Penelitian Ilmu Peternakan Vol 14, No 1 (2016): Sains Peternakan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20961/sainspet.14.1.36-42

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Increased of ruminants energy intake can be conducted by increasing the energy density of feed by using fat (oil). Protein intake can be enhanced by increasing of protected protein that escapes degradation by rumen microbes. The Aim of this research was to evaluate protected of feed supplement based on dry matter digestibility (KcBK), organic matter digestibility (KcBO) in vitro in the rumen and post-rumen. Protected feed supplement was produced from sardine fish oil and hydrolyzed blood , throught two protection methodes. It was saponification and microencapsulation. This research uses a completely randomized design with 3 treatments (feed supplements protected, soybean meal and pangola grass), which each treatment was repeated 5 times. The results in the first step (rumen) of the protected feed supplement showed that has dry matter digestibility 24.46% and organic matter digestibility 57.17%, soybean meal has dry matter digestibility 75.20% and organic matter digestibility 75.66%, and pangola grass has dry matter digestibility 50 , 81% and organic matter digestibility 59.21%. In the second step (post rumen) the digestibility of protected feed supplement has dry matter digestibility 69.04% and organic matter digestibility 66.71 72.76%, soybean meal has dry matter digestibility 90.38% and organic matter digestibility 88.23%, and the grass pangola have KcBK 63.24% and KcBO 59.21%. The results could be concluded that in the rumen protected feed supplementation is the most microbial degradation resistant compared the other and it can be degraded and digested in the abomasum to the small intestine. 
PROFIL HORMON ESTROGEN DAN PROGESTERON INDUK SAPI SILANGAN SIMMENTAL-PERANAKAN ONGOLE DENGAN SUPLEMENTASI LEGUM SEBAGAI SUMBER FITOESTROGEN M.W. Tiro, Batseba; Baliarti, Endang; Soetrisno, R. Djoko; Hartadi, Hari; Kustono, Kustono
AgriSains Vol 12, No 3 (2011)
Publisher : FAPETKAN UNTAD

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This study aims to find out follicular development and hormone profiles post partum Simmental-Ongole cross cattle (SimPO) with legume phytoestrogen supplementation. Research was carried out since April to December 2010 at pens of Laboratory of Animal Production, Faculty of Animal Husbandry, Gadjah Mada University. A total of 15 SimPO post calving were used and distributed into three treatment groups, namely: PO treatment or control (only fed with the standard), PI : PO + 5 g phytoestrogen and PII: PO + 10 g phytoestrogen. Supplementation of phytoestrogen was derived from soy straw. The parameters were estrogen and progesterone profiles and follicle growth dynamic of post partum. The results of this study indicated that supplementation with 5 g phytoestrogen was more significant in affecting the increase in estrogen and progesterone concentrations, compared with the supplementation with 10 g phytoestrogen and control. Ovarian activity characterized by the development of follicles the SimPO began on day 4 post partum for all treatments but only PII treatments indicated that the development of follicles reached the de Graaf follicle with estrogen concentration of 17,801 pg/ml. Key words : Development, estrogen, follicle, legume, phytoestrogen, progesteron.
Pengaruh Suplementasi Lemak Terproteksi Terhadap Konsumsi dan Kecernaan Nutrien Sapi Perah Friesian Holstein Pramono, Ahmad; Yusuf, Aditya; Widyawati, Susi Dwi; Hartadi, Hari
Sains Peternakan: Jurnal Penelitian Ilmu Peternakan Vol 16, No 1 (2018): Sains Peternakan
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The research aims to evaluate protected fat supplementation to Friesian Holstein (FH) dairy cattle digestibility based on diet digestibility (dry matter and organic matter consumption; dry matter and organic matter digestibility). The reseach was conducted for 12 weeks, at the Breeding Center for Dairy Cattle (BBPTU-SP) Baturraden. The material used is 12 FH dairy cows. The experiment consists of two treatment i.e. P0: basal diet and P1: basal diet + 3% protected fat supplementation. Each treatment was repeated 6 times. Data were analyzed by independent samples t-test analysis. Result showed that fat protected supplementation had no effect on dry matter and organic matter consumption; dry matter and organic matter digestibility.
The effect of bioplus supplementation on performance of Madura cattle in Central Kalimantan Ngadiyono, Nono; Hartadi, Hari; Winugroho, M; Siswansyah, Deddy Djauhari; Ahmad, Salfina Nurdin
Indonesian Journal of Animal and Veterinary Sciences Vol 6, No 2 (2001): JUNE 2001
Publisher : Indonesian Center for Animal Research and Development (ICARD)

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (137.397 KB) | DOI: 10.14334/jitv.v6i2.221

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The experiment was conducted to investigate the production performances, i.e. the growth rate, feed consumption, feed conversion and carcass percentage of Madura cattle supplemented with bioplus and palm coconut cake. Twelve (12) male Madura cattle of approximately 1.5 to 2.0 years old with an initial liveweight of 136.62+21.61 kg were used in this study, and were randomly divided into four ration treatments, namely (I) Ration composed of roughage and legume (control); (II) Roughage and legume were supplemented with bioplus; (III) Roughage and legume were supplemented with palm coconut cake; and (IV) Roughage and legume were supplemented with palm coconut cake and bioplus. Each group (unit) consisted of three cattle. The cattle were kept in feedlot system lasted in three months. The roughage and legume consisted of field grass 80%, elephant grass (Pennisetum purpureum) 10% and ground peanut straw 10%. Bioplus taken from Balitnak (Research Institute for Animal Production) Ciawi, Bogor was given at 0.5 kg/cattle and palm coconut cake was given at 2 kg/cattle, respectively. The variable measurements were average of daily gain (ADG), feed consumption, feed conversion, feed cost per gain, carcass percentage, and nutrient digestibility. The data were analyzed using a variance analyses (completely randomized design), followed by Duncan?s new multiple range test (DMRT) for the significant means. The result indicated that palm coconut cake and bioplus supplementation produce higher ADG. The ADG were 0.32; 0.38; 0.55; and 0.61 kg for treatment I, II, III, and IV, respectively. Supplementation with bioplus and palm coconut cake increased dry matter intake (DMI), organic matter (OM) and crude protein intake (CPI). Supplementation can also reduce feed conversion and feed cost per gain compared to without supplementation. Bioplus supplementation increases DM, OM, and CP digestibility. There were no significant effect of treatments on the dressing percentage, while the percentage of offal mainly skin, lung, kidney, and viscera fat were significantly different. Bioplus supplementation increased feed consumption, digestibility, and reduced feed cost per gain.   Key words: Madura cattle, bioplus, production performance