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JURNAL ILMU DAN TEKNOLOGI PETERNAKAN
Published by Universitas Hasanuddin
ISSN : 20866216     EISSN : 24769444     DOI : -
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Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan (JITP) merupakan jurnal yang mewadahi publikasi hasil penelitian/studi di bidang peternakan meliputi: Produksi Ternak, Nutrisi dan Makanan Ternak, Teknologi Hasil Ternak, dan Sosial Ekonomi Peternakan. Jurnal ini diterbitkan dua kali setahun oleh Fakultas Peternakan Universitas Hasanuddin bekerjasama dengan Pengurus Besar Ikatan Sarjana Peternakan Indonesia.
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KAJIAN PERFORMA BOBOT PRASAPIH DOMBA GARUT DI UPTD-BPPTDK MARGAWATI GARUT (STUDY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF PREWEANING WEIGHT OF GARUT SHEEP AT UPTD-BPPTDK MARGAWATI GARUT) Haya, Ayu Kamila; Anang, Asep; Heriyadi, Denie
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 8, No 1 (2020)
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The development of local genetic resources is important to meet the need of high demand of lamb meat in Indonesia, especially in West Java, through the selection of superior breeds of Garut sheep. The selection has to be initiated by studying the Garut sheep performances to determine the environmental factors affecting the preweaning performances of the sheep and involving those factors in the analysis of genetic parameters. The study was held on the Unit Pelayanan Teknis Dasar Balai Pengembangan Perbibitan Ternak Domba dan Kambing (UPTD-BPPTDK) Margawati Garut from August 21st to September 18th, 2019. The purpose of this experiment was to study the effect of sex and litter size on preweaning weight, i.e birth weight, weight on 30, 60, 90 days, and weaning weight (100 days). The traits were analyzed on 6.349 heads, 3.214 rams, and 3.135 ewes, from 2012 to 2019 using the General Linear Model (GLM) and Duncan multiple range test of SAS 9.0 software. The fixed effects used in the analysis were the sex and the birth type. The results showed that the performance of Garut Sheep based on the preweaning weight was affected significantly (P<0.05) by the sex, with the average of birth weight, 30, 60, 90 days weight and weaning weight (100 days) were 2.46 kg, 5.64 kg, 7.73 kg, 9.92 kg, 10.97 kg (rams) and 2.33 kg, 5.42 kg, 7.34 kg, 9.36 kg, and 10.28 kg (ewes). The pre-weaning weight was also significantly affected (P<0.05) by the birth type, in which  the average of birth weight, 30, 60, 90 days weight and weaning weight (100 days) were 2.96 kg, 6.49 kg, 8.98 kg, 11.29 kg, 12.52 kg (single), 2.25 kg, 5.09 kg, 6.78 kg, 8.71 kg, 9.52 kg (twin), 1.79 kg, 4.62 kg, 6.24 kg, 8.09 kg, 8.92 kg (triplet), 1.54 kg, 4.53 kg, 5.89 kg, 7.15 kg, 8.03 kg (quadruplet), and 1.51 kg, 3.84 kg, 5.23 kg, 6.58 kg, 7.15 kg (quintuplet). Based on the results, preweaning weight must be corrected by the sex and the birth type before the genetic parameters are analyzed to avoid bias of selection results.
TOTAL BAKTERI ASAM LAKTAT DAN COLIFORM USUS ITIK CIHATEUP YANG DIBERI PAKAN MENGANDUNG KOMBINASI TEPUNG KULIT MANGGIS DAN KUNYIT (TOTAL LACTIC ACID BACTERIA AND COLIFORM OF CIHATEUP DUCKS INTESTINE THAT GIVEN FEED CONTAINING THE COMBINATION OF MANGOSTEEN PEEL AND TURMERIC FLOUR) Kusmayadi, Andri; Rahayu, Novia
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 8, No 1 (2020)
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The number of beneficial microbial populations (lactic acid bacteria/LAB) and pathogens (coliform) in the digestive tract of ducks is one indicator of duck health status. Healthy ducks have a beneficial microbial population more than pathogenic bacteria. The addition of herbal ingredients such as mangosteen peel and turmeric flour is thought to improve the health of ducks by increasing the LAB population. The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of the combination of mangosteen peel flour and turmeric flour on the total lactic acid bacteria and coliform of small intestine and caecum of Cihateup duck. The study was conducted experimentally using 60 male Cihateup ducks grouped into 5 feed treatments which contains a combination of mangosteen peel and turmeric flour at different levels as follows: 0.5% (R1); 1.0% (R2); 1.5% (R3); 2.0% (R4); and 2.5% (R5), respectively. The variables studied were total lactic acid and coliform bacteria in the small intestine and caecum of Cihateup ducks. The results showed that the treatments of feed significantly (P<0.05) affected the total lactic acid bacteria (except caecum) and coliform bacteria. The population of lactic acid bacteria tended to increase along with the increasing dose of combination treatment of mangosteen peel and turmeric flour. In contrast, the total population of coliform bacteria in the small intestine and caecum of ducks showed a tendency to decrease with increasing treatment doses. The use of a combination of mangosteen peel and turmeric flour at higher levels (2.0 ? 2.5%) can increase the total LAB and decrease coliform bacteria in the small intestine and cecum of Cihateup duck.
STUDI TEMPERAMEN SAPI BALI BERTANDUK DAN TIDAK BERTANDUK (STUDY ON THE TEMPERAMENT OF POLLED AND HORNED BALI CATTLE) Qayyum, Abdul; Sudirman, Baco; zulkharnaim, zulkharnaim
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 8, No 1 (2020)
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This study was aimed to determine the nature of the differences in temperament of horned and polled Bali cattle. The research was conducted in February-March 2018 in Maiwa Ranch/Maiwa Breeding Center (MBC) Enrekang regency. The research used 25 heads of Bali Cattle, 19 heads of horned Bali cattle and 6 heads of Bali polled. Temperament test data was analyzed by descriptive and cortisol levels were analyzed using T-test statistical analysis, temperance, and cortisol level test results. Data were analyzed using covariance analysis. The results of this study indicated that according to the temperament tests parameters (pen score, chute score, chute exit velocity), Bali polled were tamer than Bali horned cattle. Cortisol levels of Bali polled also observed lower than the horned Bali cattle
HISTOLOGI LIVER BURUNG PUYUH DENGAN PEMBERIAN MINYAK ATSIRI BAWANG PUTIH (LIVER HISTOLOGIC OF QUAIL WITH ADMINISTERATION OF GARLIC VOLATILE OIL) Mushawwir, Andi; Yulianti, An An; Suwarno, Nono
Jurnal Ilmu dan Teknologi Peternakan Vol 8, No 1 (2020)
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Sixty-four of female quails, twenty-two weeks old, were used in the current study to evaluate the potential of volatile oil from garlic extract in improving the histological liver of the quails. Volatile oil isolated from garlic by using destilated technique. This study was designed according to completely randomized design, consisted of four treatment groups and six replications. Each treatment group consisted of 16 quails, with supplemental volatile oil (VO) by orally, as follow L0=without of VO; L1= VO of 75 mL; L2= VO of 100 mL and L3= VO of 125 mL. Liver tissue samples were collected using a fixative solution and the liver samples were used to determine the liver histological parameters (necrosis, apoptosis, fat degeneration, hydropic degeneration, acute inflammation, hemorrhagic) by a Mallory-asan technique dan binocular microscope. The current study showed that overall results indicated a significant treatment effect (P<0,05) for the liver histological condition. In conclusion, VO resulted in supplemented levels that significantly raised protein and lipid anabolic and induced hormone signal related growth liver tissue

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