THE UTILIZATION OF FAST FOOD WASTE PRODUCT ON THE PROTEIN EFFICIENCY RATION OF LOCAL MALE DUCK

Published in Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI
Written by Tuti WIDJASTUTI, Hery SUPRATMAN, Sjafril DARANA, Anggana KHATULISTIWA

Day old male local ducks are the hatching duck eggs by product, that could be raised intensively as ducks meat, because very cheap and by fast growing age of eight weeks can be harvested, and slightly fatty. Friend chicken fast food restaurant waste product as bone and meat which rich of high level of protein and utilized for alternative feed local ducks. Waste product contains 50.18 % crude protein, so it can be used as an alternative source of animal protein feed. The experiment using the fast food restaurant waste going as meat and bone meal (MBM) and utilized of its to increase duck meat production. The experiment was held to find out of protein efficiency ratio of male local ducks fed diets containing fast food waste (MBM). One hundred day old local male ducks were raised in cages until eight weeks old. The experiment conducted with Completely Randomized Design, five meat and bone (MBM) meal levels in the ration, namely: 0 % (R0), 5 % (R1) ,10 % ( R2), 15 % ( R3), and 20 % (R4), repeated five times, where each replication consist of five local male ducks, and continued with Dunnet test, if there were any significantly differences among the treatments. Feed consumption, protein consumption, body weight gain and protein efficiency ratio were parameters observed. The result indicated that fast food restaurant waste (MBM) doesn’t give negative effect on feed consumption, protein consumption, body weight gain and protein efficiency ratio. The real conclusion of this experiment that by giving fast food restaurant waste going as meat and bone meal until 20 percent gave the best protein efficiency ratio of local male duck.

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Widjastuti T., Supratman H., Darana S, Khatulistiwa A. 2013, THE UTILIZATION OF FAST FOOD WASTE PRODUCT ON THE PROTEIN EFFICIENCY RATION OF LOCAL MALE DUCK. Scientific Papers. Series D. Animal Science., Vol. LVI, ISSN 2285-5750, 192-196.


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