EFEKTIVITAS FEED ADDITIVE HERBAL DALAM RANSUM BROILER SEBAGAI UPAYA MENURUNKAN LEMAK ABDOMINAL DAN KADAR KOLESTEROL (EFFECTIVENESS OF HERBL FEED ADDTIVE IN BROILERA RATIONS AS EFFORTS TO REDUCE ABDOMINAL FAT AND CHOLESTEROL CONTENTS)

Haroen, Ucop and Anas Sumadya, Wiwaha (2017) EFEKTIVITAS FEED ADDITIVE HERBAL DALAM RANSUM BROILER SEBAGAI UPAYA MENURUNKAN LEMAK ABDOMINAL DAN KADAR KOLESTEROL (EFFECTIVENESS OF HERBL FEED ADDTIVE IN BROILERA RATIONS AS EFFORTS TO REDUCE ABDOMINAL FAT AND CHOLESTEROL CONTENTS). Jurusan Biologi FMIPA-Unand, Kampus Limau Manis Padang 25163, Padang.

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Abstract

ABSTRACT This research is aimed at finding out how far the influence of orange waste juice (OWJ) and turmeric powder (TP) in the ration as the effort to reduce of abdominal fat, cholesterol and also to look for the optimal degree of OWJ-TP in the ration. A total of two hundred unsexed broiler chicks (Arbor Acres CP-707) were randomly allocated to six treatments groups given varying levels of OWJ-TP in the feeding for 42d. 0% WOJ-TP; 5% OWJ + 0% TP; 10% OWJ + 0% TP; 0% OWJ + 2% TP, 5% OWJ + 2% TP and 10%OWJ+ 2% TP and each was given notations: P0, P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5. Feed supplemented 0% OWJ+0%TP only was used as a control. The growth responses achieved by broiler from all groups complied with standards. But supplementation with 10% OWJ + 2% TP in feeding decreased feed intake and body weight broilers. The results showed that the allotment of ration with the degree of 10% OWJ + 2% TP (P4) on the age of 42 days apparently reduced the abdominal fat, cholesterol carcas. Result of the research summaried that the usage of increasing OWJ-TP apprently reduced the abdominal fat, cholesterol carcas. Key words: broiler, herbl feed additive, abdominal fat and cholesterol

Type: Other
Subjects: Q Science > Q Science (General)
Depositing User: UCOP HAROEN
Date Deposited: 28 Jun 2018 01:02
Last Modified: 28 Jun 2018 01:02
URI: http://repository.unja.ac.id/id/eprint/4593

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