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e-ISSN : 2347-2677, p-ISSN : 2394-0522
I Gusti Nyoman Gde Bidura, Ni Wayan Siti, Desak Putu Mas Ari Candrawati and Eny Puspani
The research was conducted to examine the effect of fed with calcium soap made from palm fatty acid distillate (Ca-PFAD) in the ration on the performance and blood lipid prifile of male bali ducks (Anas sp). The design used in this study was a completely randomized design with 4 treatments and 6 replications, and each experimental unit used 10 male bali ducks aged two weeks with homogeneous body weight. The four types of treatment, namely: A: ration without added Ca-PFAD as a control; B: feed with the addition of 1.5% Ca-PFAD; C: feed with the addition of 3.0% Ca-PFAD; and D: feed with the addition of 4.5% Ca-PFAD, respectively. The rations were prepared isocalorically (ME: 2900 kcal/kg) and isoprotein (CP:17%). The results showed that the administration of 1.5-4.5% Ca-PFAD in the diet significantly (P<0.05) increased feed consumption, final body weight, body weight gain, dry matter and organic matter digestibility, and feed efficiency compared to control. On the other hand, decreased significantly (P<0.05) on total cholesterol, total pad-fat, and abdominal fat in ducks. It can be concluded that 1.5-4.5% Ca-PFAD in feed can improve performance of male bali and decreased total cholesterol concentration in serum of bali ducks.
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