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Danung Nur Adli
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p> The research purpose was to determine nutrient content of dried of poultry waste urea molasses block (DPW-UMB). The research method was used completely randomized design with 3 treatments and 5 replicates. The treatments used for research were T1 (10% manure of laying chicken and 25% molasses), T2 (15% manure of laying chicken and 30% molasses), and T3 (20% manure of laying chicken and 30% molasses). The data analysis was the analysis of variance (anova) and continued by Duncan Multiple Range Test. The results showed that treatments has significantly difference (P<0.01) on dry matter, crude protein, and ash. It could be concluded that dpw-umb contained sufficient levels of nutrients. it could be used as feedstuff for ruminants for supplementation with the required nutrients. </p
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The research purpose was to determine nutrient content of dried of poultry waste urea molasses block (DPW-UMB). The research method was used completely randomized design with 3 treatments and 5 replicates. The treatments used for research were T1 (10% manure of laying chicken and 25% molasses), T2 (15% manure of laying chicken and 30% molasses), and T3 (20% manure of laying chicken and 30% molasses). The data analysis was the analysis of variance (anova) and continued by Duncan Multiple Range Test. The results showed that treatments has significantly difference (P<0.01) on dry matter, crude protein, and ash. The result of nutrients will stimulate the process of rumination and rumen contractions, which in turn will improve the fermentation process the fiber feed. It could be concluded that DPW-UMB contained sufficient levels of nutrients. It could be used as feedstuff for ruminants for supplementation with the required nutrients. Kata kunci: Manure, DPW-UMB, Urea, Molasses Evaluasi Kandungan Nutrien Kotoran Ayam Kering Molasses Blok (Kamblok) Secara In-Vitro ABSTRAK Tujuan dari penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui kandungan nutrisi dari kotoran ayam kering molasses blok (KAMBLOK) secara in-vitro. Penelitian ini menggunakan Rancangan Acak Lengkap (RAL) dengan 3 perlakuan dan 5 ulangan. Perlakuan yang digunakan pada penelitian ini adalah P1 (10% kotoran ayam kering dan 25% molasses), P2 (15% kotoran ayam kering dan 30% molasses), P3 (20 % kotoran ayam kering dan 30% molasses). Data dianalisis menggunakan analisis ragam dan dilanjutkan dengan uji Duncan. Hasil menunjukan perlakuan berpengaruh sangat nyata (P<0,01) terhadap bahan kering, protein kasar, dan abu. Hasil daripada ini dapat menstimulasi dan meningkatkan proses ruminansi. Kesimpulan dari penelitian ini adalah kamblok dapat digunakan sebagai pakan potensial untuk suplementasi
Osfar Sjofjan
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The effectiveness of clove leaf oil antibacterial is tested by in-vitro at Laboratory of Bacteriology, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Brawijaya, aimed to obtain the antibacterial concentration of eugenol from clove leaf oil because this concentration is useful to prevent sub-clinical mastitis-inducing bacteria in dairy cattle. The test utilizes well-based diffusion method by measuring preventive zone diameter and bacteria colony total. Results indicate that treatments are not significantly influential (p< 0.05) to bacterial preventive zone because media and conditions required for incubation and also for bacterial growth are almost similar. Result of testing over bacterial colony total (CFU/ml) has shown the influence that is very obviously different between treatments (p> 0.05). Duncan Test is conducted and indicates that Treatment A1 has bacterial colony total that obviously differ from others (p> 0.05), and that is more or in higher level than Treatments A2, A3, A4, A5 and A6. Higher bacterial colony total at Treatment A1 is caused by the absence of eugenol of clove leaf oil which may prevent bacterial growth during incubation. It contrasts with what has been found from A2 to A6. It means that eugenol of clove leaf oil must be functional as antibacterial to prevent bacterial growth. This finding is persistent although Treatment A2 at concentration 7.5 % until Treatment A6 at concentration 37.5 % are less obviously different after comparison (p< 0.05), or having similar effect on bacterial colony total. Result of this research indicate that eugenol antibacterial of clove leaf oil at concentration 7.5 % is quite effective to prevent bacterial growth and to reduce bacterial colony total (CFU/ml) in the milk of dairy cattle infected by sub-clinical mastitis.
Danung Nur Adli
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The research evaluated the nutrient content of dried poultry waste urea-molasses block (DPW-UMB). The use of dried poultry waste in the manufacture of the urea-molasses block was as a substitution of urea and could improve the value added in dry season. The treatments used for research were T1 (10% manure of laying chicken and 25% molasses), T2 (15% manure of laying chicken and 30% molasses), and T3 (20% manure of laying chicken and 30% molasses). Chemical analysis: the dried poultry waste were analyzed for dry matter, crude protein, crude fiber, ash, fat, and gross energy. The statically formulation diet composed with Microsoft Excel Ver. 2016. The results showed that the 20% manure layer chicken and 30% molasses T3 were better than T2 and T1 on nutrient content. The study concludes that DPW-UMB T3 are dried poultry waste containing sufficient levels of gross energy, crude protein, crude fiber, ash, and fat it could be used as feedstuff for ruminants for supplementation with the required nutrients.
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 (10% manure layer chicken and 30% molasses), and T3 (20% manure layer chicken and 30% molasses). Chemical analysis: the dried of poultry waste were analyzed for dry matter, crude protein, crude fibre, ash, fat, and gross energy. The statistical formulation diet composed with Microsoft Excel Ver. 2016. The results showed that the 20% manure layer chicken and 30% molasses (T3) were better than T2 and T1 on nutrient content with 92.04% Dry Matter (DM), 13.34% Crude Protein (CP), 13.39% Crude Fiber (CF), 37.16% ash, 3.44% fat, but low in Gross Energy (GE) (2631.63 kcal/kg). It could be concluded that dpw-umb T3 were dried of poultry waste contained sufficient levels of gross energy, crude protein, crude fibre, ash, and fat it could be used as feedstuff for ruminants for supplementation with the required nutrients.