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DPW-UMB nutrient content 

DPW-UMB nutrient content 

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The research purpose was to determine the nutrient content of dried poultry waste molasses block (DPW-UMB). The use of dried poultry waste in the manufacture of the urea-molasses block was as a substitute of urea and could improve the value added in dry season. The treatments used for research were T1 (15% manure layer chicken and 25% molasses), T2...

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... on Table 1 result from proximate analysis conducted in the Nutrition and Feed Animal Laboratory, Animal Husbandry Faculty, Brawijaya University on the DPW- UMB are showing the content of nutrients in each treatment. The several factors affected are processing, formulation, and kind of material from one place. ...

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... In relation to poultry waste, it is either composted or used for animal feedstuffs. Studies conducted globally and locally (i.e., in Indonesia) have demonstrated the possibility of turning poultry waste into valued feedstuffs for ruminants [38,39]. Under the context of increased poultry waste, the policy of recovering animal waste and turning it into a valuable product would be the best option. ...
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... The selected chickens were sacrificed on the 35th day, then their feathers were plucked and the relative organ and live body weights were calculated using a scale. Furthermore, proximate analyses were conducted at the Laboratory of Animal Science Faculty, Brawijaya University, Malang, East Java, following the method described by Adli et al [4][5][6]. ...
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Soya bean meal often used in feeding livestock has environmental issues yearly. One of the efforts to improve the quality of broilers meat as a functional food is the modification process using ingredients such as linseed consisting of high Omega-3 and capable of enhancing feed quality. Therefore, this research aimed to investigate the effect of replacing soya bean meals with linseed meals on broilers. A total of 200 broilers with 7.44 ± 3.14 g BW were allotted to 5 dietary treatments (unsexed) with 4 replicates each. These dietary treatments were NC (negative control; maize-rice bran-meal based diet), LSM2.5 (Soya bean meal replacement with 2.5% modified LSM), LSM5.0 (Soya bean meal replacement with 5.0% modified LSM), LSM7.5 (soya bean meal replacement with 7.5% modified LSM), and LSM10 (soya bean meal replacement with 10% modified LSM). The result showed no significant difference (p >0.05) in the relative organ weights but the modified LSM had a significant difference (p < 0.05) in the treatment performed w a microwave. Furthermore, carcass quality was reflected in the intestinal quality and digestibility of the broiler. In summary, the increase of linseed meal potential through processing technology had a positive effect on broiler meat.
... Pakan merupakan faktor penting dalam usaha peternakan karena biaya pakan mencapai 60-70% dari total biaya produksi serta keberhasilan usaha peternakan. Usaha peternakan terbagi atas dua bagian berdasarkan jenis ternaknya yaitu ternak ruminansia dan non ruminansia (Adli et al., 2017). Ketersediaan hijauan yang melimpah pada musim hujan di Kecamatan Oba Tengah dapat dimanfaatkan dengan melalukan pengaweta hijauan yang hasilnya dapat disimpan untuk kebutan ternak akan hijauan pada musim kemarau. ...
... M. oleifera were substances that provide a source of antioxidant for animals. The source of antioxidant was later called natural growth promoters (Adli et al. 2017). ...
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Adli DN. 2020. Short Communication: Growth performance, and blood profile of kampong chicken fed diets containing Moringa oleifera powder and liquid. Asian J Agric 3: 72-75. The research purpose is to carry out the possible effect of Moringa oleifera on Growth performance, and intestinal properties of Lohmann broiler. 80 one-day-old kampong were randomly allocated to 4 dietary treatments and 4 replicates of 5 birds per cage. Four treatments used for research were dietary with control (T0), basal diet + M. oleifera 80 g (T1), Drinking water + 2 mL/L M. oleifera (T2), and basal feed + M. oleifera 80 g+ drinking water 2 mL/L M. oleifera (T3). The results showed that using M. oleifera presented no significant difference (P < 0.05) on body weight gain at 1-35 days and intestinal properties. The microstructure didn't affect negatively to its structure. In conclusion, addition of M. oleifera does not impact growth performance, and but can reduce amount of glucose of kampong chicken.
... M. oleifera were substances that provide a source of antioxidant for animals. The source of antioxidant was later called natural growth promoters (Adli et al. 2017). ...
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Adli DN. 2020. Short Communication: Growth performance, and blood profile of kampong chicken fed diets containing Moringa oleifera powder and liquid. Asian J Agric 4: 83-86. The research purpose is to carry out the possible effect of Moringa oleifera on Growth performance, and intestinal properties of Lohmann broiler. 80 one-day-old kampongs were randomly allocated to 4 dietary treatments and 4 replicates of 5 birds per cage. Four treatments used for research were dietary with control (T0), basal diet + M. oleifera 80 g (T1), Drinking water + 2 mL/L M. oleifera (T2), and basal feed + M. oleifera 80 g+ drinking water 2 mL/L M. oleifera (T3). The results showed that using M. oleifera presented no significant difference (P < 0.05) on body weight gain at 1-35 days and intestinal properties. The microstructure didn't affect negatively to its structure. In conclusion, addition of M. oleifera does not impact growth performance, and but can reduce amount of glucose in kampong chicken.
... Table 1 shows that the level of liquid waste of biogas as a starter showed a significantly different result (P<0.01) on the ash content of rice husk. Adli et al. (2017) explained that the higher the population of microbes, the more organic materials contained in the main ingredient that were utilized for the growth and development of microbes; as a result, the inorganic material in the fermentation was increased. It shows that the higher amount of liquid waste biogas as a starter would result in a bigger population of microbes. ...
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The research was aimed to evaluate the effect of biogas liquid waste as a fermentation starter of rice husk to the nutrient content, gross energy and bulk density. The method used laboratory experiment using a completely randomized design (CRD) on factorial pattern (6 x 5) with the level of biogas waste liquid : P0-treatment (0% negative control), P0+ (Cellulomonas sp as positive control), P1 (5%), P2 (10%), P3 (15%), P4 (20%) ml/g, and the incubation time : T0 (0 day control ), T1(7 days), T2 (14 days), T3 (21 days) and T4 (28 days). The variables measured was the content of ash, crude protein, crude fiber, crude fat, gross energy and bulk density. Data were analyzed by analysis of variance (anova) CRD Factorial pattern and if there is a significant difference was followed by Duncan's Multiple Range Test. The results of research was the level of biogas liquid waste and the incubation time provides a significant influence (P<0.01) on the nutrient content, gross energy and bulk density of rice husk. The interaction level liquid waste provision of biogas and incubation time was highly significant (P<0.01) on the nutrient content, gross energy and bulk density. It can be concluded that the addition of biogas liquid waste 15% (ml/g) with a time of incubation for 21 days have best rice husk quality content based on improvement of crude protein, crude fat, and gross energy with lowest crude fiber.
... As a result the quality of meat is depends on the feed and antibiotics use by farmers as feed additives. Different substances often referred to as natural growth promoters (NGPs) are supposed to achieve high consumer acceptance since they do not usually pose any risk that will lead to bacterial (Adli et al., 2017). ...
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Numerous efforts have been undertaken to develop suitable alternatives in order to counteract the anticipated drawbacks associated with the ban of antibiotic growth promoters (AGPs). The research purpose is to carry out the possible effect of mannan-riched fraction (MRF) and probiotic enhanced water as natural growth promoters (NGPs) on performance, relative organ weight, serum blood biochemistry, intestinal properties, and intestinal micro flora. 320 one-day-old Arbor Acres broiler were randomly allocated to 4 dietary treatments and 4 replicates of 20 birds per cage. four treatments used for research were dietary with control (T0), basal diet + MRF 80 g (T1), Drinking water + 2 mL/L combination feed additive (T2), and basal feed + MRF 80 g+ drinking water 2 mL/L combination feed additive (T3). The results showed that using mannan riched fraction (MRF) and combination with probiotic-enhanced liquid acidifier presented significant difference (P > 0.05) on body weight gain at 1-28 days and intestinal properties. On the blood biochemistry, the effect of supplementation began to reduce the amount of glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase (GOT) and glutamic pyruvic transaminase (GPT) at 21 days periods. To sum up, the addition of mannan-riched fraction and combination with probiotic enhanced liquid acidifier doesn’t impacted on growth performance, and serum blood biochemistry but give significant effect on intestinal properties of broiler.
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The purpose of this research was to determine the dietary effect of red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus) on performance and intestinal properties of broiler in different levels. The materials used for this research were 100 unsex broiler (20 days old) with Lohmann strain. Method was used in this experiment was Completely Randomize Design with 5 treatments and 4 replications. The treatment were as follows, T0: basal diet without additive, T1: basal diet + (0.25% red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and 0.25% black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus), P2: basal diet + (0.5% red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and 0.5% black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus), T3: basal diet + (0.5% red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and 0.25% black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus), and T4: basal diet + (0.75% red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and 0.5% black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus). The result showed that red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus) has significantly enhanced (p<0.05) on intestinal properties. It can be concluded that red oncom (Neurospora sitophila spp) and black oncom (Rhizopus oligosporus) in feed gives a positive result on the broiler intestinal properties.
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An adequate water supply is essential for the continued and sustainable growth of the Balinese economy. In addition to mounting water demand, Bali’s water supply has been compromised by high levels of water pollution. Despite being paid great attention, Bali’s earlier efforts to control water pollution yet to prove effective, mainly owing to their reliance on traditional methods and regulations that focus on water pollution being linked to discrete sets of economic activity (e.g., processing industries, livestock farming, and hotels). However, all economic sectors are interconnected through supply chains; thus, water pollution is the combined result of all sectors’ environmental performance. Therefore, determining the structural relationships between water pollution and economic activity serves as an important basis for more effective forms of pollution control for the Balinese economy. In this study, accordingly, we employed an environmentally extended input–output model to establish the links between water pollution and the production processes of the entire economy. Using biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) as a proxy for water quality in our analysis, we estimated that 246,868 tons of BOD were produced from Bali’s economic activity in 2007. Further, we identified the chief BOD-emitting sectors and found that intermediate demand and household demand were the major causes of BOD discharge in the economy. Utilizing supply chain relationships, we also accounted for the indirect role of each sector in total BOD emissions. Moreover, we categorized the sectors into four groups based on their direct and indirect BOD emission characteristics and offered appropriate policy measures for each group. Managing demand (i.e., lowering household consumption and exports) and shifting input suppliers (i.e., from polluters to non-polluters) are effective measures to control pollution for Categories I and II, respectively; clean production and abatement is advised for Category III; and a hybrid approach (i.e., demand management and abatement technology) is recommended for Category IV.