PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN AMPAS TEMPE DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP KECERNAAN NUTRIEN DOMBA LOKAL JANTAN

Sulastri, Siti (2008) PENGARUH PENGGUNAAN AMPAS TEMPE DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP KECERNAAN NUTRIEN DOMBA LOKAL JANTAN. Other thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Abstract

    The need of food for Indonesian people increase along with the improve of awareness toward the important of animal protein for growth and health of body. The protein source can be producted from livestock product; one of them is the sheep meat. A ration supply management is needed, iIn order to manifest a successfully sheep farm. In the principle sheep ration consist of forage and concentrate. Concentrate acts to complete the lack of nutrient which is not found in forage but its price is relatively expensive, so that people need to use an alternative concentrate material, which is more economic, have continuous supply, and contain high quality nutrient. Tempeh waste is an industrial waste from tempeh production in the form of abdomen skin of soybean containing nutrient contents relatively the same with concentrate, so that expected can used as the substitute of concentrate in ration. Anything to know the tempeh waste potency as concentrate substitute can see from the digestion value. This research is purposed to find out the concentrate substitution with tempeh waste in the ration toward the nutrient digestion of male local sheep. This research is done in 10 weeks, starting from June 23 until September 1, 2007 in Sendang Vilage, Karanggede, Boyolali. The materials used are 16 male local sheep with the average weight of 13,98 ± 1,24 kg. Ration is given 70 percent of forage in form of king grass and 30 percent of concentrate BC 132 and tempeh waste. The amount of ration is given 4-4,5% (based on dry matter) counted from weight. The treatment is given 70% of king grass, 30 % of BC 132 concentrate, 0 % of tempeh waste (P0), 70% of king grass, xii 20 % of BC 132 concentrate, 10 % of tempeh waste(P1), 70% of king grass, 10 % of BC 132 concentrate, 20 % of tempeh waste (P2), and 70% of king grass, 0% of BC 132 concentrate, 30 % of tempeh waste (P3). The research design is used Completely Randomized Design (CRD), one way clasification with four treatments, and each treatments is replicated four times, and every replication consist of one sheep. The parameter being observed includes dry matter consumption, organic matter consumption, crude fiber consumption, dry matter digestibility, organic matter digestion, and crude fiber digestibility. If the existing result is really different, it is continued with Duncan advanced test. The research shows that the average of four treatments P0, P1, P2, and P3 for dry matter consumption subsequently are; 576,67; 539,61; 564,06; 632,95 gram/head/day, for organic matter consumption are 440,30; 415,49; 438,55; 494,88 gram/head/day, for crude fiber consumption are 182,39; 179,38; 201,89; 240, 49 gram/head/day, for dry matter digestibility are 72,56; 73,90; 71,89; 71,42 percent, for organic matter digestibility are 75,16; 77,01; 73,12; 73,53 percent, and for crude fiber digestion are 68,25; 73,74; 74,75; 73,68 percent. The variance analysis different shows that the use of tempeh waste in the ration of Ram is no significant impact (P > 0,05) on the dry matter consumption, organic matter consumption, dry matter digestibility, but us significant impact (P < 0,05) on crude fiber consumption and crude fiber digestibility. The conclusion from the research is that the use of tempeh waste in the ration until level 30% percent for Ram has no influence on consumption dry matter consumption, organic matter consumption, and dry matter digestibility, but it has a real influence in crude fiber consumption and digestibility. Key words: ram, tempeh waste, consumption, digestibility, king grass

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: S Agriculture > S Agriculture (General)
    S Agriculture > SF Animal culture
    T Technology > T Technology (General)
    Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian > Peternakan
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    Date Deposited: 16 Jul 2013 08:13
    Last Modified: 16 Jul 2013 08:13
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/5289

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