KECERNAAN BAHAN KERING DAN BAHAN ORGANIK KULIT PISANG RAJA TERFERMENTASI DENGAN Rhizopus oligosporus DALAM RANSUM AYAM BROILER

Nabenus Wenda, F.R Wolayan, I.M. Untu, H. Liwe

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DIGESTIBILITY OF DRY MATTER AND ORGANIC MATTER OF RAJA BANANA PEELS WITH Rhizopus oligosporus FERMENTED IN BROILER RATION. This study aims to determine the digestibility of dry matter and organic material rations using the peels of banana Raja fermented with Rhizopus oligosporus in broiler chickens. This research was conducted using 20 broilers of Arbor Acres CP. 707 Strain aged 5 weeks, with an average body weight of ± 1067 grams. The design used was: Student t-test consisting of 2 treatments, each treatment consisted of 10 broilers as a test. The rations used in this study were: Raja Banana peels flour without fermentation and fermented products with Rhizopus oligosporus mold. The t-student test results showed that the digestibility of dry banana skin powder of fermented Raja banana product was significantly different (P<0.01) compared to unripe fermented Raja banana flour which was 62.32% to 71.66% as well as the digestibility of organic matter ie from 66.74% to 73.01%. Based on the results and discussion it can be concluded that the use of raja banana skin peel flour 15% fermented product in the ration gives betterresults to the digestibility of dry matter and organic matter compared to without fermentation.

 Keywords: Raja Banana Peels, Fermentation, Rhizopus oligosporus, Broiler Chicken.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35792/zot.40.1.2020.26923

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