PEMBATASAN ENERGI RANSUM PADA SAPI BALI YANG DIBERI PELEPAH SAWIT PADA LEVEL BERBEDA TERHADAP KOMPOSISI TUBUH

DIANA DELVIA NANDA, AGUNG PURNOMOADI, LIMBANG KUSTIAWAN NUSWANTARA

Abstract


Nowadays the livestock industries are required to produce a low-fat meat, because fat has a negative effect on the health
of consumers. Efforts to address the accumulation of fat is done by energy restriction in animal feed. If the feed does not meet
the needs of energy, then these requirements will be met by dismantling the body fat stores. Feed given to cows intended to
produce maximum production performance. The productivity of an animal to be seen apart from the weight gain, it can also
be reflected by the composition of body components. One way to look at the composition of the animal body components with
urea space techniques. The aim of this research was to determine the potency of palm frond as a grass field alternative to bali
cattle diet. The experimental design used was a randomized complete block design consisted of 4 treatments and 4
replications. Feed treatments were : A = 60% field grass + 40% palm cake, B = 40% field grass and 20% palm frond + 40%
palm cake, C = 20% field grass and 40% palm frond + 40% palm cake, D = 60% palm frond + 40% palm cake. The results
showed that the use of palm frond various levels did not significantly (P>0,05) affect the value of the body composition.
Average water body on treatment A, B, C and D were 51.15%, 51.24%, 50.61% and 50.85%, respectively. An average body
protein on treatment A, B, C and D were 13.22%, 13.23%; 13.0% and 13.15%, respectively. Average body fat in treatment
A, B, C and D were 30.49 %, 30.37 , 31.19 and 30.88 %, respectively. This study demonstrated that administration palm
frond could be used as grass field alternative to cattle diet.


Keywords


Bali cattle; body composition; palm frond

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.24014/jupet.v10i2.2310

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