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Articles by Aulia Andi Mustika
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  Andriyanto , Intan Maria Paramita , Dedi Nur Aripin , Pramesti Nugraheni , Zulfitra Utami Putri , Laras Agustanti , Rizka Septarina Budianti , Ridi Arif , Diah Nugrahani Pristihadi , Aulia Andi Mustika , Abadi Sutisna and Wasmen Manalu
  This research was conducted to study the effects of administration of Jamu jahkenkun, a combination of ginger, curcuma and turmeric preparation, on productivity and hematological profile of broiler chickens. One hundred day-old chicks strain Cobb were divided into 4 groups of doses of Jamu jahkenkun administration (0.0, 0.1, 1.0 and 10.0 mL/L drinking water) each with 25 replications. Jamu jahkenkun was administered orally through drinking water. Administration of Jamu jahkenkun was started at the age of 8 days. Variables measured were growth performances including final body weight (BW), daily body weight gain (BWG), feed conversion ratio (FCR), mortality and water intake and erythrogram and leukogram. The results showed that broiler chickens administered with Jamu jahkenkun at doses of 0.1 and 1.0 mL/L for 4 weeks could optimize feed conversion so that increased final BW and daily BWG. Administration of Jamu jahkenkun at doses of 0.1 and 1.0 mL/L tended to give higher carcass and abdominal fat weights as compared to control. The hemogram data showed that the experimental broiler chickens were in normal physiological conditions without any abnormality and physiological disturbance. The experimental broiler chickens had higher number of erythrocytes and hemoglobin concentrations as compared to control on days 14 of Jamu jahkenkun administration. It was concluded that Jamu jahkenkun administration at a dose of 1.0 mL/L increased growth performance with normal hematogram parameters.
  Andriyanto , Firda Agustin , Dedi Nur Aripin , Pramesti Nugraheni , Gusti Habibi Suryanata , Ridi Arif , Diah Nugrahani Pristihadi , Aulia Andi Mustika and Wasmen Manalu
  Background and Objective: Productivity and health performances of broiler chickens can be improved by using medicinal herb. An experiment was conducted to study the effect of administration of Jamu ginger or jahe (Zingiber officinale ), Jamu curcuma or kencur (Kaemferia galanga ) and Jamu turmeric or kunyit (Curcuma domestica ) on the productivity and health performances of broiler chickens. Materials and Methods: One hundred days old chicks of Cobb strain were used in the experiment. The experimental chicks were divided into 4 treatments, (1) Control group i.e., the broiler chicks without administration of Jamu, (2) The broiler chicks administered with Jamu ginger, (3) The broiler chicks administered with Jamu curcuma and (4) The broiler chicks administered with Jamu turmeric. Jamu preparations were administered orally when the experimental broiler reached the age of 8 days. Jamu treatment was administered for 28 days through drinking water at a dose of 1 mL L–1. Data were analyzed by using ANOVA and when the means were significant the data were further tested by using Duncan test. Results: The results showed that the experimental broiler chickens administered with Jamu curcuma and Jamu turmeric had improved feed conversion ratio by 19.52 and 14.76%, respectively, compared to control. The experimental broiler chickens administered with Jamu ginger had higher carcass weight (p<0.05) compared to those administered with Jamu curcuma, Jamu turmeric and control by 5.70, 61.10 and 8.21%, respectively. All experimental broiler chickens administered with Jamu had lower mortality rate compared to control. The administration of Jamu ginger, Jamu curcuma and Jamu turmeric decreased abdominal fat by 10.09, 5.05 and 28.08%, respectively, compared to control. The experimental broiler chickens administered with Jamu ginger, Jamu curcuma and Jamu turmeric had similar number of red blood cells and white blood cells, serum SGPT, SGOT and creatinine concentrations compared to control. Serum concentrations of urea in the experimental broiler chickens administered with Jamu turmeric were lower than the other treatments. Conclusion: It was concluded that the administration of Jamu ginger, Jamu curcuma and Jamu turmeric can be used as feed additives to increase the productivity and health performances of broiler chickens. Jamu ginger, Jamu curcuma and Jamu turmeric have a great potential to be used and developed as herbal preparations to improve the growth and performances of poultry animals.
 
 
 
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