Profile of Feeding and Nutrient Fulfillment Bali Cows On Farm Management in Bali at Dry Season

Sudita, I.D.N and Sanjaya, I.G.A.M. Putra and Mardewi, N.K. (2019) Profile of Feeding and Nutrient Fulfillment Bali Cows On Farm Management in Bali at Dry Season. In: WARDS 2018, 30 October 2018, Denpasar-Bali, Indonesia.

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In cattle breeding which is still tradisional in Bali, nutrition and nutritional fulfillment are varied. This study aims to determine the profile and fulfillment of nutrition in the maintenance management of Bali cows in Bali during the dry season. The study used survey and observation methods on 27 livestock groups "Simantri" with topography of different places (lowland, plains, and plateau) in 3 regencies each of 3 farmers as samples. The known variables are feed, amount of feed given, diversity and proportion, and amount of nutrients in feed. The results showed that only 36,36% farmers had land for forage crops with an area between 1-5 acres, most of the land planted with shrubs and tree legumes did not meet the needs of their livestock. The average amount of feed given to livestock as much as 33.15 kg is not sufficient for livestock needs based on 10% of body weight in fresh weight. Most (81.8%) farmers provide field grass in rations, and 27.3% are available to provide untreated rice straw. The average proportion of grass in the ration was 58.46%, elephant grass 6.69%, rice straw 5.67%, broadleaf 1.06%, and gamal 3.17%. Based on the composition of the ration, the protein fulfillment is 648.71g and energy is 13.820.18 kcal ME, still above the basic necessities of life. From this study it can be concluded that the dry season, pregnancy food diversity in many problems, while the fulfillment of nutrients there is still a basic need for Bali cows in Bali

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: dry season diversity and excess feed ingredients nutritional fulfillment bali cows
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: EAI Editor IV
Date Deposited: 30 Jun 2021 12:23
Last Modified: 30 Jun 2021 12:23

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