Potential of Agricultural By-Product as Ruminant Feed in North Aceh District
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- Agricultural by-product; Feed; Ruminants; Digested Dry Matter
North Aceh District is one of the districts that produces ruminants and has great potential in the agricultural sector which will produce by-product so that it can be used as animal feed. The study was conducted from January to December 2018 in North Aceh district, Aceh Goverment. This study is a descriptive study. From the results of the study, it was found that the potential of agricultural by-product that could be used as feed was 5.145 rice (DDM / ton), peanuts 3.508, green beans 1.249, corn 261.530, cassava 146.332, soybean 145.420 and sweet potato 15. 077 (DDM / ton). Almost sub-districts have the potential for by-product from rice plants except for the Nisamsubdistrict. Baktiya Subdistrict is the largest producer of by-product from cassava, rice and sweet potato plants with a percentage of 12.43. The second place was followed by Sawang sub-district with potential by product from soybeans, cassava, corn, rice, and peanuts with a percentage of 9.23 and in third place was Tanah Jambo Aye sub-district with potential by-product from peanuts, cassava, soybeans, corn, sweet potatoes and rice. the percentage of 6.59 and finally the Geureudong Pase sub-district with the potential of cassava, peanuts, green beans, rice and corn with a percentage of 0.86. It can be concluded that with the increasing population of ruminants, it will require alternative feed obtained from agricultural byproduct which has potential in all sub-districts of North Aceh District.
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TY - CONF AU - Y. Yusriani AU - N. Usrina AU - M. Sabri PY - 2022 DA - 2022/01/07 TI - Potential of Agricultural By-Product as Ruminant Feed in North Aceh District BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Tropical Agrifood, Feed and Fuel (ICTAFF 2021) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 176 EP - 182 SN - 2468-5747 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/absr.k.220102.027 DO - 10.2991/absr.k.220102.027 ID - Yusriani2022 ER -