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World Journal of Engineering
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I.W. Suarna, N.N. Suryani* and M. A. P. Duarsa


The provision of sustainable and quality feed is essential to increase livestock productivity. This study combined of 35% banana stems. 30% C. ternatea. 30% pollard and 5% mixture of molasses and Effective Microorganism made in the form of silage complete. The experiment used 12 crossbred etawah goats divided into 3 treatments and 4 replicates. The treatments were: a) animals were given forage without silage. b) animals were given forage and 25% silage. and c) animals were given forage and 50% silage. The results showed that the nutritional content and digestibility increased with increasing C. ternatea content in silage. especially the content of organic matter. Crude protein and energy. The utilization of C. ternatea andn banana stem silage gave a positive response to the productivity of crossbred etawahh goats. Giving a complete silage combination of banana stems with C. ternatea to crossbred etawah goats is in accordance with the results of research on in vitro experiments. where the utilization of C. ternatea in banana stem silage gives a positive response to the productivity of crossbred etawah goats. Increasing the level of complete silage increased body weight gain to 80.0 g/d and the lowest Feed Conversion Ratio (FCR) value of 5.83. as well as higher ration and nutrient digestibility values.

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