Growth and blood profile of lepus nigricollis fed diet fermented coffee skin in different levels
Keywords:Blood profile, Coffee skin, Growth rate, Lepus nigricollis, Local female rabbit
The research objective was to know growth and profile of blood of local rabbit (Lepus nigricollis) fed fermented coffee skin in different levels. There were 80 animals used in the research; the design used was Randomized Block Design with five treatments and eight blocks (replicates). Treatments used in the research were a diet without coffee skin called diet control (R0), 10% coffee skin (R!), 20% coffee skin (R2), 10% fermented coffee skin (R3) and 20% fermented coffee skin (R4). Results of the research showed that erythrocyte and hematocrit of the animals fed diet R3 were better (P < 0.05) than R4, R2, R1, and R0. There were no significant different (P < 0.05) among treatments R0, R1, R2, R3 and R4 to leucocytes of the female animals. Blood cholesterol of the animals fed diet R4 was the lowest (P < 0.05) than other treatments. The animals fed diet R3 resulted in feed consumption, final body weight (at the age of 17 weeks) and weight gain higher (P < 0.05) thanR4, R2, R1, and R0. The different levels of coffee skin used in the research were not affect significantly feed conversion value. It could be concluded that growth rate and profile of blood of the female animals fed 10% fermented coffee skin were better than other treatments.
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