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Articles by Rusli Badaruddin
Total Records ( 2 ) for Rusli Badaruddin
  Muhammad Amrullah Pagala , Harapin Hafid , Natsir Sandiah , Achmad Selamet Aku , Deky Zulkarnaen , Hamdan Has , Rusli Badaruddin and Widhi Kurniawan
  Background and Objective: Kampung chickens are native Indonesian chickens that have the ability to utilize the low quality of local feed. This research was aimed to study the responses of kampung chickens to local-based feedstuff. Materials and Methods: A total of 140 Tolaki strain kampung chickens (25 females and 5 males) were raised to obtain production performance. Chickens were divided into two equal groups (a group of 70 receiving local feed and a group of 70 receiving commercial feed). The local feedstuffs used in this research were yellow corn, rice bran, fish meal, banana peel meal and papaya leaf meal. The obtained data was analyzed using a t-test (Independent samples t-test). The research variables were indicators of production performance, including feed intake (FI), average daily weight gain (ADG) and feed conversion ratio (FCR). Results: Research results showed that there were highly significant correlation (p<0.01) between the body weight gain and feed consumption. However, the different feed treatments did not contribute differences (p>0.05) in FCR. Conclusion: The local feedstuff for kampung chickens could provide a benefit as a substitute for commercial feed because the local feed had a good impact on chicken production performance.
  La Ode Nafiu , Takdir Saili , Ali Bain , Muhidin , Muhammad Rusdin and Rusli Badaruddin
  Background and Objectives: The main constraint on the development of buffalo in Southeast Sulawesi is the poor quality of the feed in the pasture, so growth tends to be slow and there is high mortality. The study aimed to investigate the response of selected heifer buffalo to feed improvement. Materials and Methods: The research was performed using a Completely Randomized Block Design (CRBD). There were 4 treatments based on the type of feed: T1 (natural grass), T2 (natural grass+concentrate (1 kg sago hampas+1.5 kg rice bran), T3 (elephant grass) and T4 (elephant grass+concentrate). Results: Treatments T2 and T4 produced average daily gains (0.502 and 0.574 kg head1 day1) respectively, significantly higher (p<0.05) than that with feeding on T1 or T3, which produced only 0.338 and 0.427 kg head1 day1, respectively. The addition of concentrate also decreased the value of feed conversion, i.e., those for T4 and T2 were only 8.637 and 10.160 kg head1 day1, respectively, significantly lower (p<0.05) than the T1 and T3 values of 11.463 and 14.928 kg head1 day1, respectively. Conclusion: The selected heifer buffalo showed a positive response to the feed improvement in the form of high daily gain and low feed conversion.
 
 
 
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