Produk Metabolisme Rumen pada Sapi Perah Laktasi

  • Suwandyastuti S
  • Rimbawanto E
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<p><strong>(Rumen metabolism product on lactating dairy cattle) </strong></p><p><strong>ABSTRACT</strong>.<strong> </strong>The rumen microorganism, as yeast, have an important role in rumen fermentation processes and the rumen metabolism product. A research had been done to study the use of yeast, Saccharomyces cereviseae in Lactating dairy cattle ration. The research had been conducted by experimental method, in a Latin Square Design.  The animal were subjected as column and periods function as row. The treatment to be tested were four levels of yeast addition, namely : 0, 5, 10 and 15 g/cattle/day. The variables measured were rumen metabolism product : Total Volatile Fatty Acids  (T-VFA), Acetate (C<sub>2</sub>), Propionate (C<sub>3</sub>), Butyrate (C<sub>4</sub>), Formiate, Valerate, Nitrogen Ammonia and C<sub>2</sub>/C<sub>3</sub>. Based on the all variables measured, it was indicated that the addition of yeast  Saccharomyces cereviseae up to 15 g/cattle/day have not changed the rumen metabolism product on lactating dairy cattle; although it was a normally production of total VFA (96,86 ± 9,94 mM/L and C<sub>2</sub>/C<sub>3</sub> (3,08 ± 0,14), but it was very high production of N-NH<sub>3</sub> (12,85 ± 2,72 mM/L). To increase the efficiency of metabolism processes, it is need the addition of fermentable carbohydrate in ration.<strong></strong></p>




Suwandyastuti, S. N. O., & Rimbawanto, E. A. (2015). Produk Metabolisme Rumen pada Sapi Perah Laktasi. Jurnal Agripet, 15(1), 1.

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