FEEDING EFFECT OF INULIN DERIVED FROM DAHLIA TUBER COMBINED WITH Lactobacillus sp. ON MEAT PROTEIN MASS OF CROSSBRED KAMPONG CHICKEN

*Z. H. Abdurrahman  -  Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University,, Indonesia
Y. B. Pramono  -  Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University,, Indonesia
N. Suthama  -  Faculty of Animal and Agricultural Sciences, Diponegoro University,, Indonesia
Received: 30 Nov 2015; Published: 1 Mar 2016.
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The objective of the study was to determine the effects of feeding Lactobacillus species (Lactobacillus sp.) and inulin derived from dahlia tuber powder on antioxidant activity, calcium mass, and protein mass of crossbred kampong chicken meat. A total of  168 birds of 21 days old crossbred kampong chickens were randomly allocated into 6 treatments with four replications per treatment. The present experiment was assigned in  a completely randomized design with 2 x 3 factorial scheme. The first factor was levels of dahlia tuber powder, namely 0.8% (A1) and 1.2% (A2), and the second factor was levels of Lactobacillus sp., namely none (B0), 1.2 mL (108 cfu/mL/B1) and 2.4 mL (108 cfu/mL/B2). The parameters measured were antioxidant activity, meat calcium and protein mass. Data were subjected to analysis of variance and followed by Duncan multiple range test (P<0.05) when the treatment indicated significant effect. The supplementation of dahlia tuber powder and Lactobacillus sp. significantly (P<0.05) increased antioxidant activity and protein mass of meat. However, calcium mass of meat was not significantly affected by treatments. In conclusion, feeding dahlia tuber powder at the level of 1.2% combined with Lactobacillus sp. at 1.2 mL (108 cfu/mL), can be categorized as the best combination based on the increase in antioxidant activity and meat protein mass.
Keywords: inulin of dahlia tuber; Lactobacillus sp.; crossbred kampong chicken meat

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