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International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

International Journal of Fauna and Biological Studies

2023, Vol. 10 Issue 6, Part A

Weight loss in slaughter weight and Primal Cut (PC) of Bali pigs in additional feed base from fermented broiler farm by-products

Author(s):

INT Ariana, INS Sutama, INS Miwada, NLP Sriyani and TIAS Ardani

Abstract:

The research aims to determine the loss of slaughter weight and primal cuts (PC) in Bali pigs to given feed based on fermented broiler farm by-products (BBP). The research used a completely randomized design, with three treatments and five replications (3 x 5). The treatment is, A: Ration with 0% broiler farm by-product, B: 12% broiler farm by-product, C: 24% broiler farm by-product. Using 15 Bali pigs in the grower phase with an average weight of 13.30±0.79 kg. Research variables: Loss of slaughter weight and primal cuts (Boston butt, picnic shoulder, loin, bacon belly, and ham). The results of the research: Addition of 24% BBP (C) to the feed caused a reduction in slaughter weight of up to 4.7%, carcass weight was 4.8% lower than control (A) (p<0.05) and caused a reduction in slaughter weight of up to 18.7% higher than the control group (p<0.05). Treatment group C (24% BPB) caused a decrease in carcass weight (p<0.05), and was only followed by a decrease in ham weight in the grower phase of Bali pigs. The conclusion is: By adding BBP up to 24%, it can reduce slaughter weight, carcass weight and ham weight, as well as increase the slaughter weight loss of Bali pigs in the grower phase.

Pages: 28-32  |  134 Views  50 Downloads

How to cite this article:
INT Ariana, INS Sutama, INS Miwada, NLP Sriyani and TIAS Ardani. Weight loss in slaughter weight and Primal Cut (PC) of Bali pigs in additional feed base from fermented broiler farm by-products. Int. J. Fauna Biol. Stud. 2023;10(6):28-32. DOI: 10.22271/23940522.2023.v10.i6a.995

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