Aprilia Kusumastuti, Aprilia
Bagian Klinik Hewan, Fakultas Kedokteran Hewan, Universitas Udayana, Bali

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ASESSING BIOSECURITY MANAGEMENT PRACTICE ALONG LAYER CHICKEN CHAIN IN BOGOR AND SUKABUMI Kusumastuti, Aprilia; Cahyadi, Eko Ruddy; Sarma, Ma?mun; Syamsidar, Syamsidar
Jurnal Manajemen & Agribisnis Vol. 15 No. 3 (2018): JMA Vol. 15 No. 3, November 2018
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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Biosecurity is one of the government's recommended risk management to limit the exposure of disease agents, but the implementation of biosecurity in supply chain is reportedly still not optimal. This study aims to identify supply chain of layers especially live chicken chain in Bogor and Sukabumi and to analyze the level of application of biosecurity in the chicken chain. Survey method with checklist questionnaire was used to obtain the required data. The results show that the chicken chain of layer involves the farmers and selllers of layers including collectors, poultry market sellers, and butchers, and end consumers. Culled layers are distributed in the form of live birds that can increase the risk of disease due to the accommodation time and market system which are mostly not first in first out (FIFO). The application of layer farmer biosecurity is at a moderate level (score 33.4 in Bogor and 40 in Sukabumi from a maximum score of 60). In the sellers of layers, the application of biosecurity is at a low level (score 21.9 in Bogor and 25 in Sukabumi from a maximum score of 69). Differences in biosecurity practices of farmers in Bogor and Sukabumi areas lie in the protection of wild birds. The differences in the biosecurity practices of layer bird sellers in the areas of Bogor and Sukabumi lie in the action against new poultry and action on transportation equipment. Biosecurity scores that have not been optimal indicate that the implementation of biosecurity still needs to be improved at each point of the chicken chain. Increasing biosecurity in each chicken chain point will help reduce the risk of exposure to AI viruses in layer birds through the chicken chain so that losses can be minimized.Keywords: supply chain, biosecurity, disease, poultry, unggas hidup
MP-15 CHARACTERIZATION OF INFECTIOUS BURSAL DISEASE ISOLATE WITH PROPAGATION IN CHICKEN EMBRYONATED EGGS AND MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Syamsidar, .; Nurhandayani, Arini; Ong, Steffi; Kusumastuti, Aprilia; Prakoso, Ardi Budi; Kencana, Gusti Ayu Yunanti
Hemera Zoa Proceedings of the 20th FAVA & the 15th KIVNAS PDHI 2018
Publisher : Hemera Zoa

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Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD), also known as Gumboro disease is one that has an adverse economic effect. This disease is a threat to the poultry industry (Mueller, 2003). Deaths in chickens caused by IBD can even reach 100%. Outbreaks remain widespread despite vaccination programmes (Soedoedono, 2001). In Indonesia, the IBD disease is the cause of high death rates in poultry from the very virulent IBD (vvIBD) throughout the year 2014. Prevention of the disease can be done through vaccination. However, a tight vaccination programme so not ensure the safety of poultry from IBD. Therefore, there is a need for a vaccine strain to be suitable with those in the field. This can be accomplished with collecting virus isolates from the field and identifying the suitable vaccine strain. The purpose of this research is to characterize virus IBD isolates through propagation in embryonated chicken eggs. In addition, molecular methods will be used from PCR to identification with sequencing.
Strategy of Avian Influenza Vaccine Development As a Step to Control Syamsidar, Syamsidar; Munandar, Jono M; Cahyadi, Eko Ruddy; Kusumastuti, Aprilia
Indonesian Journal of Business and Entrepreneurship (IJBE) Vol 5, No 1 (2019): IJBE, Vol. 5 No. 1, January 2019
Publisher : School of Business, Bogor Agricultural University (SB-IPB)

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Avian Influenza Disease (AI) is a disease that can cause high mortality up to 100% in laying hens so it is very harmful. One of the strategic steps of AI disease control and prevention is vaccination by inducing immunity before infection with avian influenza disease. AI vaccine development strategy is needed to increase the company's market share of the organization. The purpose of this research is to analyze the development strategy of AI vaccine according to the requirement of laying chicken breeder in West Java. Data analysis uses quality function deployment (QFD). The result of the research indicates that the consumer's priority of absolute weight is the composition (5,51), laboratory service (3,78), certification (3,42) and price (3,33). Technical requirements as a step to translate customer requirements into technical steps to achieve a match between AI vaccines developed with consumer desires from absolute weight values is to make coctail compositions 89, set competitive prices (75), to vary the packaging volume (64) ) and from the relative weight value of making the coctail composition 88, setting the competing price (65), making the product innovation a viral content update based on disease progression in the field (56), making the smaller dosage pack volume (55). Managerial implications based on research results which is recommended to manufacturers to meet consumer needs is to focus on development, improvement, planning and control to the priority of the variables that are concerned with designing AI vaccine products.Keywords: avian influenza, laying hens, strategies of improving, vaccine AI, quality function deployment