THE EFFECT OF GRANTING FERMENTED MILK, FERMENTED SOY MILK, AND THE COMBINATION AGAINST CREATININE AND BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS ON BROILER

Published in AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 6, Number 2
Written by Lovita ADRIANI, Pandu NUGRAHA, Monica MARIN

The research has been conducted from January 30 to March 7, 2017. The purpose of this research is to know the influence of addition of fermented milk, fermented soy milk, and the combination, as well as the influential composition to creatinine and blood glucose levels on broiler. The method used is experimental, with a complete random design. There are seven treatments, T1 = without treatment, T2 = milk granted, T3 = fermented milk granted, T4 = fermented soy milk granted, T5 = fermented milk and fermented soy milk granted with ratio 1:1, T6 = fermented milk granted LA + B 1.25%, T7 = fermented milk granted LA + B, 2% dose with four times repetition. Each unit has five farm animals, so the total is 140 broiler chicken, 1-35 days old. Based on the statistic analysis calculation, the effect of granting fermented milk, fermented soy milk, and the combination has a significant effect (P<0.05) to decrease creatinine levels and does not have a significant effect (P>0.05) to decrease blood glucose levels in broiler. The conclusion is by granting fermented milk combined with fermented soy milk with ratio 1:1 can decrease creatinine levels, but does not decrease blood glucose levels in broiler.

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ADRIANI L., NUGRAHA P., MARIN M. 2017, THE EFFECT OF GRANTING FERMENTED MILK, FERMENTED SOY MILK, AND THE COMBINATION AGAINST CREATININE AND BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS ON BROILER. AgroLife Scientific Journal, Volume 6, Number 2, ISSN 2285-5718, 9-15.


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