The Grazing of Pampangan Buffaloes at Non Tidal Swamp in South Sumatra of Indonesia

Ali, Asep Indra Munawar and Sandi, Sofia and Muhakka, Muhakka and Riswandi, Riswandi and Budianta, Dedik (2013) The Grazing of Pampangan Buffaloes at Non Tidal Swamp in South Sumatra of Indonesia. In: The third international conference on Asia Agriculture and Animal, 27- 28 July, 2013, Moskow, Rusia.

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    Abstract

    The grazing of Pampangan buffaloes at non tidal (lebak) swamp in South Sumtra of Indonesia is one of effort to enhance farmer income in South Sumatra. This research is aimed to investigate the characteristics of Lebak swamp used as a grazing land of Pampangan Buffaloes included soil physical and chemical properties, water quality, land use in Lebak swamp, and high of flooding; to find out botanical compotition and vegetation consumed by Buffaloes, nutrition value of forage and productivity of Pampangan Buffaloes. It was concluded that water quality and soil fertility found are low level with highest flooding occurred in March 2012, and lowest flooding taken placed in June and July; existence of rice and vegetables cultivation are showns in low flooding season, as well as for palm oil plantation encourages emergence the interest conflict between buffalo farming and crop cultivate activities; amounting to 23 species of vegetation are identified, 14 specieses are consumed by Buffaloes with the chemical composition varies among species; high content of fiber fraction, low crude protein content will be resulting low productivity of Pampangan Buffaloes

    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/5383

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