ICAST 2019 Conference

Muhammad Hatta, Sudirman Baco, Hastang

Hasanuddin University


This study aims to examine the characteristics of non-carcasses, which are of economic value, and non-economically in intensive fattened male and female goats. The study was conducted at the Laboratory of Beef Cattle and Laboratory of Animal Nutrition and Food, Hasanuddin University Makassar. The material used in this study were 16 Kacang goat, 8 males and 8 females under 1-year-old (Io). The tools used in this study were machetes, shovels, buckets, basins, surgeon, scales, plastic bags, scalpels, and writing instruments. The ingredients used are forage, bran, jag n g, coconut meal, fish meal, minerals, salt, and molasses. The method used is the intensive maintenance stage, given a feed of 3% (based on the dry matter) of body weight for 3 months. The second stage is slaughtering and carving. This stage the cattle are weighed first then slaughtered. After that, the carcass is carried out and weighed all the non-carcass parts (offal). Data were analyzed using the t-test . and descriptive. Data processing using SPSS version 16 computer package program. The results of studies on pea goats showed that the percentage of the total non-carcass weight of male goats was relatively the same compared to combined.g Female beans. The non-carcass weight of male economic value is relatively higher than that of females.

Keywords: Keywords: Kacang Goat, gender, intensive, fattening, and non-carcass.

Topic: Animal production Technology

Link: https://ifory.id/abstract-plain/2f7xrchL4KeZ

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