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Articles by Sunaryo Hadi Warsito
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  Sri Hidanah , Sunaryo Hadi Warsito , Tri Nurhajati , Widya Paramita Lokapirnasari and Abdul Malik
  Objective: The objective of the present study was to determine the effects of mangosteen peel and ginger rhizome on the performance and cholesterol levels of heat-stressed broiler chickens. Materials and Methods: One hundred unsexed day-old commercial broiler chicks were fed one of four experimental diets. Diet T1, the control treatment, contained neither mangosteen peel nor ginger rhizome, diets T2 and T3 contained 5% mangosteen peel and 5% ginger rhizome, respectively and diet T4 contained 2.5% of both mangosteen peel and ginger rhizome. Results: The results indicated that the consumption of diet T4 was significantly higher than that of the other three diets (p<0.05). The mean live weight of broilers fed diets T2 and T4 was significantly greater (p<0.05) than that of broilers fed the control diet. The abdominal fat ratios and cholesterol levels of broilers fed diets T3 and T4 were significantly higher (p<0.05) than that of broilers fed the control diet. Conclusion: The performance of broiler chickens can be enhanced by the addition of mangosteen peel or a combination of mangosteen peel and ginger rhizome to feed formulations.
  Mirni Lamid , Anam Al-Arif , Sunaryo Hadi Warsito , Oky Setyo Widodo and Muhammad Browijoyo Santanumurti
  Background and Objective: Enzyme phytase and lemuru (Sardinella sp.) oil supplementation may increase the meat quality of ISA Brown Chickens (Gallus gallus domesticus). This study aimed to determine the effects of adding phytase enzymes to feed on the quality of chicken meat by analyzing protein, fat, cholesterol, high-density lipoprotein (HDL) and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) content. Materials and Methods: Twenty-four month-old ISA Brown Chickens were allocated six different feed formulations with four replications as follows: (T1) commercial feed (control), (T2) commercial feed +2% lemuruoil, (T3) 95%commercial feed +5% rice bran +1% phytase enzymes +2% lemuruoil, (T4) 90% commercial feed +10% rice bran+1% phytase enzymes+2% lemuruoil, (T5) 85% commercial feed +15% rice bran +1% phytase enzymes+2% lemuruoil and (T6) 80% commercial feed +20% rice bran+1% phytase enzymes +2% lemuruoil. The experimental measurements included protein, fat, cholesterol, LDL and HDL. Data were statistically analyzed using one-way ANOVA. Results: Chickens fed 80% commercial feed with 20% rice bran with the addition of 1% phytase enzymes and 2% lemuru oil had the lowest cholesterol (33.81 mg dL–1) and LDL (18.23 mg dL–1) levels compared to those fed the others formulations. This group also had the highest HDL content (139.90 mg dL–1); fat and protein content were not significantly different. Conclusion: Commercial feed consisting of 20% rice bran with the addition of 1% phytase enzymes and 2% lemuru oil may be used to increase meat quality of ISA Brown Chickens.
 
 
 
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