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Carcass Yields of Broiler Chickens Fed Banana (Musa paradisiaca) Leaves Incubated by Trichoderma viride in Diets

Mandey, Jet Saartje and Leke, Jein R. and Kaunang, W. B and Kowel, Youdhie H. S. (2015) Carcass Yields of Broiler Chickens Fed Banana (Musa paradisiaca) Leaves Incubated by Trichoderma viride in Diets. International Conference on QID-Food Product. PAdang.

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                    Abstract

                    Abstract--The effect of supplementation in increasing level of banana leaves incubated by T. viride in several term on feed intake, daily weight gain, feed efficiency and carcass yield of broiler chicks was studied. A total of 180 Hubbard broiler chicks aged 3 weeks were used for the research. The birds were randomly allocated into four treatments of long day of incubation (factor A) designated 0d, 5d, 10d, and 15d of incubation, and each group was fed on 5, 10 and 15% banana leaf meal (factor B) respectively, using completely randomized design in factorial arrangement. Each treatments was subdivided into three replicates of five chicks each, making a total of 36 replicates and 180 birds. The experiment terminated after 4 weeks at the age of 7 weeks, during which, feed intake, body weight gain, feed efficiency and carcass yield were measured. All experimental data were subjected to the analysis of variance test (ANOVA) followed by least significant difference test (LSD). Results showed that the daily feed intake was significantly (P˂0.01) affected by incubation and levels of banana leaves, and the values was highest on treatment level 10% incubated 10 days (A10B10 =125.10 g/d). Also, the daily weight gain, feed efficiency and carcass yield were significantly (P˂0.01) affected by dietary treatments and incubation, and the values of daily weight gain, feed efficiency, and carcass yield were highest on treatment A10B10 (58.03 g/d, 0.46, 74.58, respectively). Survivability was 100% for all of the treatments. It can be concluded that banana leaves could be acceptable up to 10% levels that was incubated 10 days in broiler diets. Keywords: Banana leaves, incubation, carcass, broiler

                    Item Type: Article
                    Subjects: S Agriculture > SF Animal culture
                    Divisions: Fakultas Peternakan > lmu Peternakan
                    Depositing User: Mr. Benhard W. Tampangela, ST
                    Date Deposited: 23 Sep 2015 09:33
                    Last Modified: 21 Apr 2017 15:37
                    URI: http://repo.unsrat.ac.id/id/eprint/926

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