Ni Wayan Siti
Fakultas Peternakan, Universitas Udayana

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The Supplementation of Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) in The Ration To Increase Carcass Weight and Decrease Duck Meat Cholesterol Siti, Ni Wayan; Mudita, I Made
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Hasil Ternak (JITEK) Vol 4, No 2 (2009)
Publisher : Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Hasil Ternak (JITEK)

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An experiment was carried out at Kediri, Tabanan Regency and Animal Nutrition Laboratory to study the effect of the supplementation VCO in the ration to increase carcass weight and decrease duck meat cholesterol. The experiment used a completely randomized design (CRD) with five treatments and four replicates. Each of the replicate used five male Balinese ducks with the same weight. The five treatments were diets without VCO as a control (A), ration with 1% VCO (B), ration with 2% VCO (C), ration with 3% VCO (D) and ration with 4% VCO (E) respectively. Ration and water offered ad libitum. The variables measured were carcass weight, physical carcass composition and meat cholesterol. The result of this experiment showed that the carcass weight, the carcass percentage, the percentage of carcass meat in the B, C, D and E treatments were not significantly (P>0.05) higher than the control, so the percentage of fat carcass subcutan (including skin) and carcass bone percentage were not significantly (P>0.05) lower than the control. Triglyceride in treatment 3% VCO in diets (D) was significantly (P<0.05) higher than treatments B, C and E, but the HDL content in B, C, D and E the treatments were not significantly (P>0.05) higher than the control. The total cholesterol content and LDL in those four treatments were not significantly (P>0.05) lower than the control. From the result of this experiment can be concluded that the supplementation of 1-4% VCO in the ration has not increased to the carcass weight and decreased the duck meat cholesterol.   Keywords : VCO, duck, carcass weight, and  meat cholesterol
Suplementasi Urea Molasis Blok untuk Meningkatkan Penampilan Kambing Peranakan Etawah yang Diberi Pakan Hijauan Gamal Siti, Ni Wayan; Sucipta, I. G. M. A.; Mudita, I. M.; Partama, I. B. G.; Cakra, I.G.L.O.
Jurnal Agripet Vol 12, No 2 (2012): Volume 12, No. 2, Oktober 2012
Publisher : Agricultural Faculty

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The supplementation of urea molasses block for increasing performance of ettawah crossbred goats fed diet containing gliricidia spium green forage ABSTRACT. The aimed of this experiment to study the supplementation of urea molasses block for performance increased of ettawah crossbred goats fed diet containing Gliricidia spium green forage has been conducted at Tabanan regency and Animal Nutrition Laboratory. The Latin Square Design which four treatments and four replicates was used in this experiment. The four treatments were the levels of urea molasses block : 0, 50, 100 and 150g respectively. The animal access to ad libitum Gliricidia spium green forage and drink water. The animal fed twice a day urea molasses block at the morning and at the afternoon. The variables which were observed including feed consumption, nutrient digestibility, body weight gain and feed conversion ratio. The result of this experiment showed dry matter feed consumption, drink water, nutrient digestibility of the four treatments is not significantly different (P 0.05). The body weight gain at treatment C was significantly higher (P 0.05), but feed conversion ratio (FCR) was significantly lower (P 0.05) than treatments A, B and D. From the results in this experiment it can be concluded that the used of urea molasses block 100g on the effect to increased the performance of ettawah crossbred goats with basal diet Gliricidia spium green forage.
BERAT POTONG DAN BAGIAN OFFAL EXTERNAL ITIK BALI JANTAN YANG DIBERI PAKAN KOMERSIAL DISUBSTITUSI POLLAR DAN ADITIF ”DUCK MIX” Wiradhana, Agus Putu; Siti, Ni Wayan; Ariana, I Nyoman Tirta
Jurnal Peternakan Tropika Volume 1 No. 1 Tahun 2013
Publisher : Animal Science Programm Study, Faculty of Animal Husbandry, Udayana University

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This study to determine the effect of substitution and addition pollard duck mix in the commercial ration, the weight cut and the external offal of ducks Bali age of ten weeks. Ducks fed 100% commercial as treatment A (control), ducks fed commercial pollard 85% + 15% + 0.3% duck mix as treatment B, ducks fed a commercial 70% + 30% + pollard "Duck Mix "0.3% as treatment C, and the ducks are fed a commercial 55% + 45% + pollard" Duck Mix '0.3% as treatment D. The results weight cut duck who gives 100% commercial ration as control 1558.60 tail, whereas treatment B, C, D has a 2.09% cut weight, 5.09%, 5.08% was not significant (P> 0, 05) lower than the control. Heavy duck head on the perpetrator A 5.30%, while B 5.28% C 2.45% D 2.45%, 1.70% D unreal, lower than the control. Heavy neck duck on treatment A 8,, 09% while B 4.57%, C 10.26%, 0.37% D unreal, higher than the control. Heavy duck leg on treatment A 2.49%, 6.83%, while B, C 10.04% D 12.45% is not real, lower than the control. Treatment duck feather weight at a 6.71%, while 6.71% B, while B 0.60%, 7.30% and D is not significantly higher and 1.04% C handles not significant lower than the control. Based on the results of the study concluded that administration pollard 15%, 30% and 45% as a substitute as feed additives commercial with "Duck Mix" produce weight cut and the external offal Bali male ducks were not different from control.   Key words :  Weight Cut, Ducks, Offal External, Pollard, Ration
BLOOD AND MEAT CHOLESTEROL LEVELS OF MALE BALI DUCK WHICH GIVEN COMMERCIAL RATION SUPPLEMENTED WITH PAPAYA LEAF ( Carica papaya L ) MEAL Siti, Ni wayan; Sudana, I.B.; Budaarsa, Komang; Gaga Partama, I.B.
E-Journal Of Animal Science Udayana University Vol 3, No 1, Tahun 2014
Publisher : E-Journal of Animal Science Udayana University

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An experiment was carried out to study the  levels of blood and meat cholesterol of male bali duck fed commercial diets supplemented papaya leaf (Carica papaya L) meal, in the Bali Provincial Laboratory. The design was completely randomized design (CRD) with 4 treatments and 5 replications. The fourth treatment were100 % commercial ration without papaya leaf meal (A) ; 98% commercial ration supplemented 2% papaya leaf meal ( B ) ;  96% commercial ration  supplemented 4 % papaya leaf meal (C) and 94 % commercial ration supplemented 6 % papaya leaf meal (D). The variables measured were total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL and HDL blood and meat of male bali duck. The results showed that papaya leaf meal supplemented in the commercial ration from 2-6 % can significantly reduced total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL, and increased HDL blood and meat of male bali duck. From the results of this study it be concluded that papaya leaf meal supplemented in commercial ration 2-6 % can reduced total cholesterol, triglycerides and LDL, and increased HDL blood and meat of male bali duck.
Penggantian Sebagian Ransum Komersial dengan Polar dan Aditif Duck mix terhadap Komposisi Fisik Karkas Itik Siti, Ni Wayan; Cakra, I.G.L.O.; Wiyana, K. A.; Umiarti, A.T.
Jurnal Agripet Vol 9, No 2 (2009): Volume 9, No. 2, Oktober 2009
Publisher : Agricultural Faculty

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The substitution a part of commercial feed with pollard and duck mix additive on duck carcass physic compositionABSTRACT. The aim of this experiment was to study pollard optimum levels with additive complex mineral vitamin on the carcass physic composition Balinese male duck age 10 weeks, was carried out at Jl. Binginambe, Kediri village, Tabanan Regency. The design which used in this experiment a completely randomized design Those four treatments were ration contain 100% commercial feed (A); ration with 85% commercial feed + 15% pollard + 0,3% duck mix (B); ration with 70% commercial feed + 30% pollard + 0,3% duck mix (C); ration with 55% commercial feed + 45% pollard + 0,3% duck mix (D), respectively. The variables which measured were carcass weight, carcass percent, and carcass physic composition. The result of this experiment showed that the substitution commercial feed with pollard from 15-45% and duck mix were not significant (P 0.05) decrease carcass percent, carcass bone percent than treatment A. Meat percent on treatment B 1.81% non significant (P 0.05) increase than treatment A, but C and D treatments 2.63% and 4.87% significantly increase than treatment A. Subcutan fat on C and D treatments 6.72% and 6.67% significant lower (P 0.05) than treatment A, and D treatment 4.91% significant lower than treatment B. From the result of this experiment can be concluded that substitution pollard from 15%-45% with additive 0.3% duck mix were decrease carcass percent and bone carcass percent, but substitution pollard 30% and 45% can increase meat carcass percent and decrease fat Balinese male duck age 10 weeks.