Application of Ammoniation-Fermentation Technology Based on Palm Plantation Waste For Increasing Productivity of Pampangan Buffalo

Riswandi, Riswandi and Ali, Asep Indra Munawar and Sandi, Sofia and Muhakka, Muhakka (2013) Application of Ammoniation-Fermentation Technology Based on Palm Plantation Waste For Increasing Productivity of Pampangan Buffalo. In: The third International Conference on Asia Agriculture and , 27- 28 July, 2013, Moskow, Rusia.

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    Abstract

    This research aimed to study the ammoniation-fermentation technology based on palm plantations waste in increasing productivity of Pampangan Buffalo. Research used a Latin Square Design (RBSL) 4 X 4. The treatment consists of A = Grass+Concentrates, B = Grass+Palm Fiber+Concentrates, C = Grass+Ammoniation Palm Fiber+Concentrates, D = Grass+Ammoniation-Fermentation Palm Fiber+Concentrate. The observed variables were consumption of dry matter,crude protein, TDN, digestibility of (dry matters, organic matter, crude protein, and crude fiber), and body weights. The research showed that treatment using ammoniation-fermentation technology (EM-4 and urea) not significantly effected (P>0.05) consumption of dry matter, crude protein, TDN, digestibility of (dry matters, organic matter, and crude fiber), and body weights, but significantly effected (P< 0.05) digestibility of crude protein. It was concluded that the addition of urea and EM-4 through the amoniation-fermentation process were relatively equal over the consumption, digestibility, and body weight gain of Pampangan Buffalo

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: S Agriculture > SF Animal culture
    Divisions: Faculty of Agriculture > Department of Animal Agriculture
    Depositing User: asep indra munawar ali
    Date Deposited: 28 Apr 2015 15:17
    Last Modified: 28 Apr 2015 15:17
    URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/5382

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