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Potential of complete feed formulated from local raw materials on beef cattle performance
Syamsuddin Hasan, A. Mujnisa, Purnama Isti Khaerani, Sema, Asmuddin Natsir

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Abstract

The study aimed to identify potential of complete feed formulated from local raw materials on and beef cattle performance. This study employed Completely Randomized Design (CRD) consisted of 4 treatments and 3 replications. The treatments consisted of T0= amofer-corn straw ad libitum (9.0% CP and 60.0% TDN); T1= Complete feed (10.0% CP and 55.0% TDN); T2= Complete feed (11.0 CP and 60.0% TDN); T3= Complete feed (12.0% CP and 65.0% TDN. The results showed that the treatment of amofer-corn straw significantly affected (P<0.01) chemical component i.e. crude protein, NDF, ADF, cellulose, and hemicellulose of complete feed. The treatment of amofer-corn straw significantly affected (P<0.05) feed consumption and Body Weight Gain (BWG). In conclusion, Treatment T3 containing 12.0% of CP and 65.0% of TDN is more effective to improve beef cattle performance.

Keywords: complete feed, fattening, in vitro, local raw materials

Citation: Hasan S, Mujnisa A, Khaerani PI, Sema, Natsir A. Potential of complete feed formulated from local raw materials on beef cattle performance. Eurasia J Biosci. 2020;14(1):1-6.