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Effect of Dietary Biosupplement Fermented Earthworm Microbes Consortium Inoculant on the Carcass Production and Cholesterol Blood Profile of Baliness Duck

I Wayan Suberata, S.Si, M.Si, I Wayan Suberata (2016) Effect of Dietary Biosupplement Fermented Earthworm Microbes Consortium Inoculant on the Carcass Production and Cholesterol Blood Profile of Baliness Duck. Journal of Research in Agriculture and Animal Science, 3. ISSN 2321-9459

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Effect Of Dietary Biosupplement Fermented Earthworm Microbes Consortium Inoculant On The Carcass Production And Cholesterol Blood Profile Of Baliness Duck SUTAMA, I N. S., I M. MUDITA, I W. SUBERATA, AND N. W. SITI Faculty Of Animal Husbandry, Udayana University, Denpasar Hp. 08123710574 Received 14 December, 2015; Accepted 12 January, 2016 © The author(s) 2015. Published with open access at www.questjournals.org ABSTRACT:- A research has been carried out to evaluating potency of dietary biosupplement fermented earthworm microbes consortium inoculant on the carcass production and cholesterol blood profile of baliness duck. Completely Randomized Design consisted of six treatments and four replicates were employed. The first treatment was ration based on waste and weed crop without supplemented (RS0), while the other treatments were RS0 supplemented by biosupplement fermented without earthworm inoculant (RSB0), biosupplement fermented inoculant of 0,1% earthworm (RSBc1), biosupplement fermented inoculant of 0,2% earthworm (RSBc2), biosupplement fermented inoculant of 0,3% earthworm (RSBc3), and biosupplement fermented inoculant of 0,4% earthworm (RSBc4). The result showed that fed dietary of biosupplement fermented eartworm microbes consortium inoculant (RSBc1, RSBc2, RSBc3 and RSBc4) increasing (P<0,05) slaughter weight (1457,5 -1493,8 g/duck), carcass weight (848,40 – 914,52 g/duck), carcass percentage (58,21 – 61,47%), physical composition of carcass and carcass meat percentage compare with RS0. Fed ration supplemented biosuplemen SB0 (RSB0) also increase (P<0,05) slaughter weight and carcass weight baliness ducks compare with RS0 were 4,03% and 12,28% respectively. While for the chemical and cholesterol blood profile all treatments has not significant different (P>0,05), except for the concentration of LDL blood fed RSBc3 and RSBc4 decreased (P<0,05) concentration of LDL blood was 27.73 to 28.38 mg/dl Vs 29.70 to 41,33 mg/dl. It was concluded that dietary biosupplement fermented earthworm microbes consortium inoculant can increased carcass production and decreased concentration of LDL blood baliness duck. Keywords:- Baliness Duck, Biosupplement, Earthworm Microbes Consortium Inoculant, Carcass Production, Cholesterol Blood

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Subjects: L Education > L Education (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law, Arts and Social Sciences > School of Education
Depositing User: Mr. Repository Admin
Date Deposited: 07 Jun 2016 21:58
Last Modified: 21 Jun 2016 05:58
URI: http://erepo.unud.ac.id/id/eprint/3346

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