World Journal of
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Abstract

INCLUSION OF CARROT LEAF FLOUR (DAUCUS CAROTA) IN DIETS TO INCREASE BREAST MEAT AND PROTEIN MASS OF BREAST MEAT IN BALI DUCKS

Anak Agung Putu Putra Wibawa*, D.P.M.A. Candrawati, IG.N.G. Bidura, N.M. Ristiani and G.A.O. Citrawati

ABSTRACT

After harvesting carrot (Daucus carota) tubers, there is quite a lot of carrot leaf waste. The results of the preliminary survey showed that the ratio of carrot leaf waste to tubers was 50:50 (g/g). This study aims to examine the effect of using carrot leaf flour in the ration on breast meat and breast meat protein mass in male Bali ducks. This study used 240 male Bali ducks aged two weeks with homogeneous body weight in a completely randomized design with 4 treatments and 6 replications. The four treatments were the duck group which was given a ration without carrot leaf meal (CLM) as a control (A); ration with 3% CLM (B); ration with 6% CLM (C); and rations with 9% CLM (D), respectively. The results showed that the use of 3-9% CLM in the diet, significantly (P<0.05) increased carcass weight, carcass percentage, breast meat, and breast meat protein mass compared to control. On the other hand, the percentage of fat in meat and breast fat mass in ducks decreased significantly (P<0.05) compared to controls. The highest carcass weight was obtained at the level of 6% carrot leaves in the diet. It can be concluded that the use of 3-6% CLM in duck rations from 2-10 weeks of age can be recommended, because it can increase breast meat and breast meat protein mass, and reduce fat mass of breast meat.

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