Waktu henti darah memancar pada penyembelihan Sapi dengan pemingsanan dan tanpa pemingsanan
Dannar, Nadhear Nadadyanha
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Palpebra reflex and gushing blood downtime can be used as parameters to see animals death after slaughtered. Stop bleeding time was an indication that the heart is unable to pump blood out of the body due to no more oxygen in the blood of the heart, so that the cattle can be said has been dead perfectly. The aims of this study was to calculate the stop bleeding time of cattle slaughtered by stunning and non stunning methods, thus obtained the avaraging data of perfectly death time of animals. Thirty catlles’s Brahman Cross divided into two treatment groups, firstly 15 cattle’s were slaughtered by stunning method (group 1) and the second one 15 cattle’s were slaughtered by non stunning method (group 2). Blood gushing downtime was calculated immediately after the animal is slaughtered until the blood stops radiating. The results showed the average blood gushing downtime in cattles that were stunning before slaughtered is 3.02 minutes and the average time to stop blood gushing in cattles of non stunning group is 2.13 minutes. The interval blood gushing downtime between the cattles' slaughtered by stunning and non stunning was 53.4 seconds. Blood gushing downtime was affected by the treatment of animals before they were slaughtered.