TINGKAT PRODUKSI SUSU DAN KESEHATAN SAPI PERAH DENGAN PEMBERIAN ALOE BARBADENSIS MILLER

Siti Aisyah

Abstract


Siti Aisyah

Staf Pengajar Jurusan Teknologi Industri Petyernakan, Fakultas Pertanian-Peternakan ,
Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang
Alamat Korespondensi : Jl.Mt Hariono V/205 Malang
Telpon : 0341 551285, Hp : 08883863160.

ABSTRACT

BAloe vera plants on liliciae group that has 150 nutrition pregnancies, shaped mineral, protein
shaped sour merging amino esensial with enzymes, fat shaped steroid also found saponin work as
antiseptik, analgesik, counter germ, counter virus, counter mushroom and worm this watchfulness
aims to detect potential Aloe barbadensis miller towards milk quality that is fat degree, protein, with
bj and milk quantity with dairy cattle well-being. experimen this carried out in dairy cattle husbandry
at area KUD Pujon.
Aloe vera this applied in 15 dairy cattle beginning laktasi/laktasi I with different concentration
that is 0 kg, 1 kg, 2 kg, 3 kg and 4 kg; each repeated 3 times. then canvassed degree protein, fat, BJ,
total milk production with healthy status dairy cattle.
The research result shows that not found a marked difference in degree protein, fat degree,
with bj and milk production total delivers treatment without aloe vera with aloe vera. although such
still got value exceeds value kodex operative at Indonnesia.
Cow well-being status is got enough good because painfulness number 0 and endoparasit after
gift aloe vera got, not influential after gift 6 days and after gift 12 days endoparasitexisting only
infestasi degree light and a large part infestasi degree 0 (zero/negative).
Conclusion from this watchfulness aloe vera good enough is used for supplement addition for
dairy cattle but must dryer to more nutrition degree;. this gift effect can appear after 12 gift days
Aloe barbadensis miller.

keyword: aloe vera, degree protein, fat degree, BJ dan well-being status.


Keywords


aloe vera, degree protein, fat degree, BJ dan well-being status.

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