KARYA ILMIAH

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Safriyanto Dako
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Background: The purpose of this study was to determine differences in body size and bodyweight of Ongole Peranakan cattle (PO) that are kept with a semi-intensive and intensive system. Material and Methods: The study was conducted in May-November 2019 in Kecanatan Tibawa, Gorontalo Regency, Gorontalo Province. A total of 250 Ongole cows crossbreed were used in this study. Body size correlation analysis and T-test to see differences. The variables observed were body length, shoulder height, and chest circumference. Results: The results showed that PO cattle that were intensively reared had an average body weight of 719.4 kg/head, body length of 157.9 cm/head, shoulder height 152.6 cm/head, and chest circumference 220.4 cm/head while sem-intensive maintenance has an average body weight of 498.7 kg, body length 156.1 cm, shoulder height 148.9 cm, and chest circumference 178.4 cm. Conclusions: Maintenance of PO cattle with intensive systems has a higher body weight than semi-intensive and is suitable as a mother cow for use as a livestock producing livestock. Keywords: PO Cow, Body Size, Intensive and Semi-Intensive Systems
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Seybold Publications
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Terbit
2020
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