The Effect Of Pelleting And Ensilage Treatment On The Complete Ration Of Rabbits On The Rough And Ash Fats
Backgrounds. This study aims to examine the percentage of crude fat and ash content in the processing of feed with the same ingredients and different processes, that is pelleting and ensilase. Materials and Methods. The materials used were corn (0.940 kg), onggok (0.308 kg), rice bran (0.232 kg), coconut cake (0.813 kg), cabbage waste (12.232 kg), salt (0.015 kg) and mineral mix (0.015 kg) for each sample, and carried out two different complete feed processing. The research was held at the Green House and the Laboratory of Nutrition an Animal Feed, Faculty of Animal Sciences. The research used a completely randomized design (CRD) consisting of 3 treatments, there were R1
(Fresh Complete Feed), R2 (Pellet Complete Feed) and R3 (Silage Complete Feed) and repeated 6 times. The variables observed were of crude fat and ash content. Results. The data obtained then analyzed with analysis of variance and the measurement results obtained by the crude fat content of R1= 9.16 ± 0.27%, R2= 8.26 ± 0.27% and R3= 12.02 ± 0.12%, while percentage of ash content the result is R1= 8.70 ± 0.18%, R2= 8.91 ± 0.15% and R3= 7.20 ± 0.18%. Based on the results of analysis variance shows that the treatment pelleting and ensilase was significant for results on the measured variables. Then the significant data continued by a test of honestly significant difference
(HSD). The results honestly significant difference (HSD) showed that the effect of pelleting treatment on crude fat and ash content had a significant effect (P<0.05) while ensilage treatment showed non significant effect on the decrease crude fat (P>0.05) but showed signifcant effect for decreasing ash content (P<0.05). Conclusion. The pelleting process reduces crude fat 0.90% and increases ash content 0.20% while in ensilage process increases crude fat3.75% and reduces ash content 1.70%.
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