PENGARUH PENGGANTIAN SEBAGIAN RANSUM BASAL DENGAN MINYAK KELAPA TERHADAP PERFORMA AYAM KAMPUNG SUPER FASE GROWER

Alden S. Bawole, Florencia N. Sompie, Jein R. Leke, Youdhie H.S. Kowel

Abstract


THE EFFECT OF BASAL RATIONS REPLACEMENT WITH COCONUT OIL IN  RATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF SUPER NATIVE CHICKEN GROWER PHASE. This study aims to find out the extent of replacement of some basal rations with coconut oil towards the performance of grower phase super native chickens. The material used was 100 super native chicken aged 8 weeks with an average body weight of ± 866.55g. The design used was a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) which consisted of five treatments and five replications. The structure of the treatment was as follows: R0 = 100% of basal rations (RB) + 0% of coconut oil, R1 = 99.5% of RB + 0.5% of coconut oil, R2 = 99% of RB + 1% of coconut oil, R3 = 98,5% of RB + 1.5% coconut oil, R4 = 98% of RB + 2% of coconut oil. The results of research showed that the treatment was very significantly different (P<0.01) to the consumption. Based on the results of the study, it can be concluded that the use of coconut oil up to the level of 2% gave good results on the performance of super native chickens.

 Keywords: Performance, Coconut Oil, Super native Chicken.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35792/zot.40.1.2020.27793

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