Performa Dan Morfometrik Domba Ekor Gemuk Dengan Pemberian Pakan Konsentrat Dan Limbah Tauge Pada Taraf Pemberian Yang Berbeda
Wandito, Diny Septiane
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Performance and morphometric are a description of conditions which reflect the growth and development of livestock. Generaly, these are influenced by genetic and environmental factors. Genetically, fat tailed sheep is one of a local sheep, which is fast in growth and can adapt in the tropical climate. Feed is one of the environmental factor, which can influence the growth. This research was conducted to determine the performance and morphology of fat tail sheep male (under one year old) that fed by concentrate and sprouts waste at different levels, they were P1 = 100% concentrate + 0% sprouts wastes, P2 = 75% concentrate + 25% sprouts wastes, P3 = 50% concentrate + 50% sprouts wastes and P4 = 25% concentrate + 75% sprouts wastes. The sheep were classified into two groups are small and large body weight. The Data were analyzed using randomized block design with four treatments and two blocks. The results of this research show that the treatments had significantly (P<0.05) influenced the sheep performance but they do not have significant result on the sheep morphometric.