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Liveweight gain and feed intake of weaned Bali cattle fed grass and tree legumes in West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia

Dahlanuddin, O. Yanuarianto, D. P. Poppi, S. R. McLennan and S. P. Quigley Abstract Two experiments were conducted with weaned entire male Bali cattle (Bos javanicus) between 6 and 12 months of age. A randomised block design was used in both experiments, which consisted of four treatments (diets), with five replicates (animals) per treatment. In both experiments, the average daily ... Read More »

Assessing the sustainable development and intensification potential of beef cattle production in Sumbawa, Indonesia, using a system dynamics approach

Dahlanuddin, Benjamin Henderson, Kanar Dizyee, Hermansyah, Andrew Ash Abstract The intensification of beef cattle production in dryland areas of East Indonesia has the potential to substantially raise the incomes of smallholder farmers that dominate the sector. In this study we assess the potential for intensifying beef production on Sumbawa Island, by introducing a household feedlot production system (2±20 animals) based ... Read More »

Scaling out integrated village management systems to improve Bali cattle productivity under small scale production systems in Lombok, Indonesia

Dahlanuddin, L A Zaenuri, Y A Sutaryono, Hermansyah, K Puspadi,  C McDonald, L J Williams, J P Corfield and M van Wensveen Abstract This paper discusses results of an adaptive study to scale out an integrated village management system (IVMS), which successfully improved Bali cattle productivity (Panjaitan et al 2008) in 36 farmer groups involving more than 1000 farmers in ... Read More »

Proteomic analysis of a 14.2 kDa protein isolated from Bali cattle (Bos sondaicus/javanicus) saliva using 1-D SDS-PAGE gel and MALDITOF-TOF mass spectrometer

Sulaiman N. Depamede ABSTRAK. A 14.2 kDa protein isolated from Bali cattle (Bos sondaicus/javanicus) saliva has been reported to have a bactericidal activity. The aim of this study was to analyse the nature of a 14.2 kDa protein using single dimension (1-D) sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis (SDS-PAGE) and matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight tandem mass spectrometer (MALDI TOF/TOF). The protein was isolated by means of polyethylene glycol (PEG)/sodium ... Read More »

Metabolisable energy requirements for maintenance and gain of liveweight of Bali cattle (Bos javanicus)

S. P. Quigley, Dahlanuddin, Marsetyo, D. Pamungkas, A. Priyanti , T. Saili, S. R. McLennan and D. P. Poppi Abstract. A series of liveweight gain (LWG), feed and water intake and digestibility experiments were conducted across eastern Indonesia. Thirty-six datasets of LWG, feed and water intake, and diet characteristics were used to determine the nutritional requirements of growing Bali cattle fed a wide ... Read More »

Prevalence of DHP toxicity and detection of Synergistes jonesii in ruminants consuming Leucaena leucocephala in eastern Indonesia

MICHAEL J. HALLIDAY, TANDA PANJAITAN, JACOB NULIK, DAHLANUDDIN, JAGADISH PADMANABHA, CHRIS S. MCSWEENEY, SULAIMAN DEPAMEDE, DEBORA KANA HAU, KURNIAWAN, MUHAMMAD FAUZAN, SUTARTHA, BAIQ TUTIK YULIANA, CHARLES PAKERENG, PUTRI ARA, DESSY LIUBANA, RESTI G. EDISON AND H. MAX SHELTON Introduction Leucaena leucocephala (leucaena) is a productive forage tree legume widely used in eastern Indonesia. While highly nutritious, it contains the toxin mimosine, ... Read More »

Barriers to and opportunities for the use of forage tree legumes in smallholder cattle fattening systems in Eastern Indonesia

DEBORA KANA HAU, TANDA PANJAITAN, JACOB NULIK, DAHLANUDDIN AND ELSKE VAN DE FLIERT Introduction Forage tree legumes (FTL) have existed in the Eastern Indonesian landscape since colonial traders introduced several species in the late 1800s. A specific effort was made to establish leucaena (Leucaena leucocephala) and sesbania (Sesbania grandiflora) for use as forage for cattle fattening at Amarasi in East Nusa ... Read More »

Growth of Bali bulls fattened with Leucaena leucocephala in Sumbawa, Eastern Indonesia

TANDA PANJAITAN, MUHAMMAD FAUZAN, DAHLANUDDIN, MICHAEL J. HALLIDAY AND H. MAX SHELTON Introduction The contribution of West Nusa Tenggara Province to domestic beef supply in Indonesia is relatively small; however, beef cattle are very important for the liveli-hoods of smallholder farmers in the region. Bali cattle (Bos javanicus) are the predominant breed, as they are adapted to harsh nutritional conditions, ... Read More »

Survey of Bali bull fattening practices in central Lombok, eastern Indonesia, based on feeding of Sesbania grandiflora

Dahlanuddin, Baiq T. Yuliana, Tanda Panjaitan, Michael J. Halliday, Elske van de Fliert and H. Max Shelton Abstract. A longitudinal survey was conducted in 2013 to document the productivity of the Sesbania grandiflora feeding system for cattle fattening in central Lombok. Sesbania is integrated into the intensive rice-growing region by planting it along the rice bunds surrounding the rice fields. The hamlet of ... Read More »

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