Profile of Organs in Broiler Given Tourism Powder, Garlic,and Zink Mineralas Feed Additional

  • Fuji Astuty Auza Halu Oleo University
  • Rusli Badaruddin Universitas Halu Oleo
  • Hairil A. Hadini Universitas Halu Oleo
  • Wa Laili Salido Universitas Halu Oleo
  • La Ode Munadi Universitas Halu Oleo
Keywords: Broiler chicken, internal organs, turmeric, garlic, zinc

Abstract

The aim of this study was to examine the effect of giving turmeric (3%), garlic (5%) and zinc minerals (180 ppm) to the internal organ weight of broilers. The study used 100 DOC broilers, Strain Arbor Acres 707, divided into 5 treatments and 4 replications, each treatment consisting of 5 birds. The data obtained were statistically analyzed using a Completely Randomized Design (CRD) and further tested for orthogonal contrast. The treatment rations were R0 (finished ration or control), R1 (finished ration + 5% garlic powder + 3% turmeric powder, R2 (finished ration + 5% garlic powder + 180 ppm ZnO), R3 (finished ration + turmeric powder 3 % + ZnO 180 ppm), R4 (finished ration + 5% garlic powder + 3% turmeric powder + ZnO 180 ppm).The results showed that the administration of garlic powder, turmeric and zinc minerals did not show a significant effect (P>0,05) to the relative weight of internal organs.The R1 treatment with a combination of garlic powder (5%), turmeric powder (3%) tends to increase the percentage of heart and pancreas organ weights, while the R4 treatment with a combination of garlic powder (5%), turmeric powder (3%) and ZnO 180 ppm tend to increase the percentage of liver weight.

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Published
2022-08-09
How to Cite
Auza, F., Badaruddin, R., Hadini, H., Salido, W., & Munadi, L. (2022). Profile of Organs in Broiler Given Tourism Powder, Garlic,and Zink Mineralas Feed Additional. Journal of Tropical Animal Science and Technology, 4(2), 172 - 179. Retrieved from https://jurnal.unimor.ac.id/JTAST/article/view/2936