Degradasi Asam Fitat pada Kambing Peranakan Etawah Laktasi yang Mendapat Ransum Bersuplemen Kedelai Sangrai, Vitamin dan Mineral
Susanti., Emmy Ratna
Laconi, Erika B.
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Phytic acid is a chelating agent which has been known as an anti nutrition that binds minerals and reduces their biological availability. The purpose of the research was to observe phytic acid degradation and its relation with mineral absorption and dry matter digestibility, and to evaluate the relation of dry matter digestibility determining by total collection method with that of AIA (acid insoluble ash) method. Eight Etawah Grade lactating goats were allocated to two groups and to dietary treatments of suplemented ration. Lactating goats in treatment 1 and treatment 2 groups were offered a complete feed without or with additional roasted soybean, vitamin A, D, E, and mineral cromium (Cr) organic, and selenium (Se). Phytic acid degradation in treatment 1 goats did not differ from that of treatment 2 goats. Roasted soybean, vitamin and mineral supplementation had no effect on phytic acid degradation. Relationship between phytic acid degradation and nutrient digestibility indicated that degradation of phytic acid had positive corelation with dry matter and crude fiber digestibility, but had not significant corelation with neither crude protein nor crude fat digestibility. Phytic acid was highly degraded in ruminant digestive tract (86,32±3,49%). The degradation phytic acid and mineral absorption indicated that phytic acid degradation had no effect on mineral absorption. Total collection methode had no effect corelation with AIA methode.