Advances in Animal and Veterinary Sciences

Research Article
Adv. Anim. Vet. Sci. 9(10): 1632-1640
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Novita Dewi Kristanti*, Aris Nurtumitah, Yendri Junaidi*, Kartika Budi Utami, Bambang Sudarmanto

Department of Animal Science, Polytechnics of Agricultural Development Malang, Ministry of Agriculture, Republic of Indonesia.

Abstract | Antibiotics are the most widely used feed additives in broiler feed, but dependence on antibiotics has now begun to be reduced when it is known that antibiotics use has produced harmful residuals on both livestock and human health. The study produced synbiotics from the fungus Trichoderma sp. developed in local materials such as cassava and then encapsulated using skim milk and dextrousmalto. Design research in this study experimental design using a factorial Completely Randomized Design (CRD) pattern of three replications. The research concluded most excellent concentration of dried cassava flour was 100% and supplemented with 4% Trichoderma koningii. The greatest number of synbiotics spores 416.2, pH ranged 4.40-5.80, glucose test 0.30%. Result of proximate analysis synbiotics, which have already been encapsulated using maltodkestrin and skim milk contain dry matter 89.11%, crude protein 3.21%, Crude fat 0.73%, Crude fiber 2.87% and Ash 1.25%. The inhibition of encapsulated synbiotics to Salmonella sp shows that the resulted synbiotics would be encapsulated using ratio maltodextrin:skim is 1:10.

Keywords | Synbiotics, Trichoderma koningii, Broiler, Encapsulation, Proximate