PENGARUH BOBOT TELUR HASIL PERSILANGAN ITIK MOJOSARI DAN ALABIO TERHADAP DAYA TETAS, BOBOT DAY OLD DUCK (DOD), DAN MORTALITAS

Kristian Thalib, F.J. Nangoy, J.R. Leke, M.N. Regar

Abstract


EFFECT OF EGG WEIGHT FROM CROSSBRED OF MOJOSARI AND ALABIO DUCK BREEDS ON HATCHABILITY, DAY OLD DUCK WEIGHT AND MORTALITY. This study was conducted to determine the effect of egg weights as a result of the crossing between Mojosari and Alabio breeds on hatchability, day old duck (DOD) weight and mortality. This study used 90 eggs from crossbred of Mojosari and Alabio duck breeds. This study applied a completely randomized design. Significant differences were tested using the Duncan test. A complete randomized design involved three treatments with six replications at each treatment using five eggs at each replication. Treatments of egg weights was applied on differences in egg weights as follows, Egg weights A1 of 60 g-64 g, Egg weights A2 of 65 g-69 g and egg weights A3 of 70 g-75 g. The duration of this study was 28 days using a semi-automatic hatching machine. The research variables were day old duck weight (DOD), hatchability and mortality. The results of this study showed that treatments did not affect significantly the hatchability, DOD and mortality (P> 0.05). Therefore, it can be concluded that varying weights of eggs as results of crossing between Mojosari and Alabio had the same effect on the hatchability, DOD weight and mortality of the generation.

Keywords: Duck egg weights, day old duck weight, hatchability, mortality.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35792/zot.40.1.2020.27091

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