Palatability of Urea Molases Multinutrient Moringa Block (UM3B) With Varian Different Dose on The Bali Cattle

Abd Malik, Aam Gunawan, Siti Erlina, Neni Widaningsih, Rizkie E

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The  objective  of  this  study  was  to  determine  of  the  palatability  of    urea  molases multinutrient moringa block  (UM3B)with different dose on the bali cattle. A total of 16 Bali cattle aged 2-4 years, sex ratio is the same, weight around 200-225kg was used in this study. The cows were divided into four groups, each group was consisting of 4 heads. Cows are placed in individual cages which are grouped according to the distribution of treatment groups. Feed given in the form of field grass and concentrate. The treatment in the first group (P0) was given UMMB without moringa, the second (P1) was given UM3B with the addition of moringa 5%, the third (P2)  was given UM3B with the addition of moringa 10% and the fourth (P3) was given UM3B with the addition of moringa 15%. The parameters observed were consumption of UM3B and dry matter. The results showed that  the  consumption  of  UM3B  had  no  significant  difference  (P  <0.05)  between  the control with P1 and P2 treatment, but there was a difference significant (P> 0.05) between P3  treatment  with  control  and  all  treatments.  Dry  matter  consumption  did  not  show significant  differences  (P  <0.05)  between  controls  with  all  treatments.  Based  on  the results in this study, the provision of moringa flour at a level of 15% gives good results on UM3B consumption and there is a trend of increasing consumption of dry materials that are good.


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