PENGARUH SUPLEMENTASI GETAH PEPAYA (Carica papaya) DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP KECERNAAN BAHAN KERING DAN BAHAN ORGANIK PADA KELINCI NEW ZEALAND WHITE JANTAN

Yudatama, Rizki (2008) PENGARUH SUPLEMENTASI GETAH PEPAYA (Carica papaya) DALAM RANSUM TERHADAP KECERNAAN BAHAN KERING DAN BAHAN ORGANIK PADA KELINCI NEW ZEALAND WHITE JANTAN. Other thesis, Universitas Sebelas Maret.

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    Abstract

    The high quality feed with sufficient quantity is needed by the livestock to gain an optimal productivity. The high quality feed is the feed containing complete nutrient, meanwhile it is also expected to have high digestion value so that the nutrient contained in it can be used by the livestock optimally. There are many ways can be done to increase the feed’s digestion value, one of them is by adding feed supplement of enzyme which helps the feed digestion. Papaya sap is one of uncommon material used as a feed supplement in farm sector. Papaya sap contains proteolysis enzyme which can help feed digestion especially protein. With the papaya sap supplementation within the ration, it is expected to increase the value of feed digestion, both for dry and organic matter. This experiment intends to evaluate the effect of papaya (carica papaya) sap supplementation with different level of dosage toward dry and organic matter digestion of male NZW Rabbits. It has done in the Hall of Breeding and Cultivation of Rabbit, Agriculture Department of Surakarta, which is located in Balekambang, Surakarta. It is held from April 28th until June 18th 2007. Used 16 male New Zealand White Rabbits, which are divided into four treatments and four repeatition, each repeatition used one rabbit. This study used the Complete Randomized Design (CRD) with unequalibrate data. Ration given is peanut straw and BR2 concentrate produced by PT. Japfa Comfeed Indonesia. The treatment feed given is papaya (carica papaya) supplementation toward the ration, each of them is ration without papaya sap supplementation as control (P0), ration with papaya sap of 0,2 g/kg body weight (P1), ration with papaya sap of 0,4 g/kg body weight (P2), and ration with papaya sap of 0,6 g/kg body weight. The research variable used is dry matter consumption, organic matter consumption, dry matter digestion, and organic matter digestion. From the research result, the data for dry matter consumption (gram/head/day) of P0, P1, P2, and P3 respectively are 52,91; 52,37; 56,51; 55,16. Meanwhile, for organic matter consumption (gram/head/day) for P0, P1, P2, and P3 are 35,94; 34,65; 38,67; 37,7. Next, for dry matter digestion (%) the data are 61,14; 59,03; 59,42; 66,17. Then, for organic matter digestion, the data respectively are 59,54; 51,89; 54,96; 61,48. Variance analysis showed that papaya 41 (carica papaya) sap supplementation until 0,6 g/kg bodi weight dosage is unsignificantly different. It is concluded that the papaya (Carica papaya) sap supplementation until 0,6 g/kg body weight dosage could not increase both the consumption and the digestion of dry and organic matter of New Zealand White Male Rabbits. Key words: New Zealand White Male Rabbits, papaya sap, digestion.

    Item Type: Thesis (Other)
    Subjects: S Agriculture > SF Animal culture
    Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian > Peternakan
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    Date Deposited: 18 Aug 2013 22:15
    Last Modified: 18 Aug 2013 22:15
    URI: https://eprints.uns.ac.id/id/eprint/9923

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