Utilization of sunflower seeds oil and sardine to get goat’s milk has balanced omega 3 and omega 6 ratio
Maheswari, Rarah Ratih Adjie
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Sunflower seeds are the result of a suitable plantation in tropical, especially in Indonesia. Production of the sardine (Sardinella longiceps) on average achieve only 15,84 per year from the total production of all kinds of fish in Indonesia (Bandie,1982). Sardine oil and sunflower seed are exploited as a source of oil. Both of these ingredients have a material side of main product processing. Both of these materials can be utilized more, because they have been proven to be sunflower seeds contain a high omega 3 and lemuru oil with a high omega 6. The quality of the feed can determine the quality of the production. PE (Peranakan Ettawah) is a local goat, from kacang goat and etawa goat. It has the advantage of a good milk production. If the goat is given the sunflower seeds meal (BBM) and sardine meal that is processed into a mixture of carboxylic salt dry expected (CGKK) to contain omega 3 and omega 6 are balanced. The research used 5 treatments in three times. There were 15 females of PE goats from Cordero Farm, Ciapus, Bogor. Each goat was given the sunflower seeds meal and carboxylic salt dry expected with different percentage. Research was done by giving feed adaptation for two weeks and feed treatment for 1 week. Fatty Acid of milk production was analyzed by Gas Chromatography. The results showed that CGKK 1.8% and BBM 5% could produce omega 3 and omega 6 balanced, with an optimal ratio for body health 1: 4. Sunflower Seed and sardine could be used as fodder for PE goats to produce goat milk with balanced omega 3 and omega 6 ratio.
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