International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Vol. 4 (2014) No. 2, pages: 84-86, DOI:10.18517/ijaseit.4.2.374

Using of Bangun-Bangun Leafs (Coleus Amboinicus, L) on Red Sugar Block to Upgrading Milk Production of Frisian Holstein

Nelzi Fati, Irzal Irda, Debby Syukriani

Abstract

Science and technology for the Community Activities Program (IBM) granting wake leaf meal in urea red sugar  block has been implemented in a herd prosperous green valley village Kampung Manggis, Western District of Padang Panjang, Municipality of Leopold. This activity aims to increase the milk production of dairy cows through the application of technology utilization wake leaf meal in urea  red sugar block. The benefits of this activity is to assist farmers in improving milk production per day, so that milk production can increase the impact on increasing revenue. To achieve the goal of service to the community mentioned above, it has been conducted lectures, live demonstrations on the making lick candy made from leaf shapes. Six cows used as a demonstration, two dairy cows with urea red sugar block containing 2.5% leaf shapes, two dairy cows with urea red sugar block containing leaf shapes 5% and two cows with urea red sugar block containing leaves wake up 7.5%. Wake up dried leaves with the help of sunlight and then made ready for use in the flour mixture forming urea red sugar block which serves as a feed supplement in dairy cattle. Evaluation activities indicate that the application of urea  red sugar block starchy wake leaves 5% can increase the production of milk 2 liters / day / head (average increase 10%).Of this service activities can be concluded that the use of leaf meal wake up in 5% urea red sugar  block can increase milk production of dairy cows 2 liters / day / head compared with 2.5%, 7.5%.

Keywords:

Milk production, urea saka block, leaf shapes

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