Pengaruh Bangsa Domba dengan Bobot Potong yang Berbeda terhadap Karakteristik Karkas dan Non Karkas Domba Lokal
Fahmi, Muhammad Syihan
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Carcass and non carcass characteristics were evaluated in 66 local ewe consisting of 25 Thin tailed sheep (DET), 23 Tail fat sheep (DEG) and 18 Garut sheep (DG). The research was designed using Completly Randomized Design (RAL), 3x3 factorial pattern, with two different factors, among three local ewe (Thin Tail Sheep, Fat Tail Sheep, and Garut Sheep) with three categories of slaughter weights, first category (6-14 kg), second category (15-23 kg) and third category (≥24 kg). The data were analyzed using analizes of varians (ANOVA) and the different among treatmen’s were tested by LS Means. The result showed that carcass percentage only were significantly (P<0.05) influenced by the interaction of breed and slaughter weight category of local ewe. The result showed the largest percentage of carcass was obtained from fat tailed sheep in the second slaughter category (48.84%), and the smallest carcass percentage occured in garut sheep of the second slaughter category (42.63%).