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Effect Of The Use Of Unprotected And Unprotected Soybeans Groats With Different Ratios On The Performance Of The Fat-Tailed Sheep Ewe.
J Riyanto, R Dewanti1, and A K Wati

Animal Husbandry Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Universitas Sebelas Maret, Surakarta, Indonesia


This research aims to determine the appearance of fat-tailed sheep production by providing rations containing protected and unprotected soybean groats. Protection against soybeans groats using 37% formaldehyde solutions as much as 1% of the dry matter of soybeans groats. The use of protection and unprotected soybeans as much as 15% in rations is given for 30 days before and 70 days after birth. The research treatments were P1 = 25% soybean groats protected and 75% soybean groats unprotected, P2 = 50% soybean groats protected and 50% soybean groats unprotected, and P3 = 75% soybean groats protected and 25% soybean groats unprotected. The research variables include initial weight, weight gain, weight gain, feed intake, and feed efficiency of fat-tailed sheep ewe and birth weight of fat-tailed lamb. The results showed that the difference in the ratio of soybean groats protected and unprotected had a significant effect (P> 0.05) on the feed efficiency of the fat-tailed sheep feed and lambs birth weight and did not affect the performance variables of other production (P <0.05). From the results of the average difference test, it appears that the analysis of variance shows that the highest feed efficiency and birth weight results from the use of rations containing soybean protection and without protection with a ratio of 75%: 25%. The conclusion of the study was the use of rations containing 75% protection of soybeans groats and 25% without protection increased feed efficiency rations in fat-tailed sheep for 70 days after birth and increased the birth weight of their offspring.

Keywords: soybeans groats protected, soybeans groats protected, Formaldehyde Protection, Performance, birth weight of lamb, the fat tailed sheep ewe

Topic: Animal Nutrition, Animal Production, and Veterinary Science


Conference: The 2nd International Conference on Food and Agriculture (ICoFA 2019)

Plain Format | Corresponding Author (Joko Riyanto)

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