The effect of fermented pineapple peels in a diet that contains medicinal weeds on the performance broiler

Penulis

  • W Ibrahim Departement of Animal Husbandry, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Musi Rawas
  • Nurhayati Nurhayati Departement of Nutrition and Feed Science, Faculty of Animal Science, Jambi University
  • R Mutia Departement of Nutrition and Feed Science, Faculty of Animal Science, IPB University
  • M Hilmi Study Program of Livestock Product Processing Technology, Politeknik Negeri Banyuwangi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.25181/icoaas.v1i1.2070

Abstrak

This study aimed to determine the effect of using fermented pineapple peel in the ration containing medicinal weeds on broiler chicken performance. The experiment was designed into a completely randomized design (CRD) with five treatments and five replicates. Treatments consisted of P0 = 0% of fermented pineapple peels meal (FPPM) in ration containing 0% medicinal weed (MW), positive control). P1 = 0% of fermented pineapple peels meal (FPPM) in the ration containing 2 % medicinal weed (MW), negative control). P2 = 7.5% of FPPM in the ration containing 2 % medicinal weed (MW). P3 = 15% of FPPM in the ration containing 2 % medicinal weed (MW). P4 = 22,5% of FPPM in the ration containing 2 % medicinal weed (MW). Two hundred two days of male broiler chicken were used in this study and kept for 42 days. The parameters were feed consumption, average daily weight gain, feed conversion ratio, slaughter weight. The observed data were analyzed by statistical product and service solution (SPSS 16.0), and Duncan's multiple range test tested significant effects among treatments. Results showed that the fermented pineapple peel meal up to 15% with other medicinal weeds was not influenced the broiler chicken performance.

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2021-09-30