2017 Volume 4 Issue 3

Identification of Breeder Factor Has Not Done Fermentation of Rice Straw as Cattle Feed


Sitti Nurani Sirajuddin, Ikrar Moh. Saleh, Sutomo Syawal, S. Syamsinar
Abstract

This study aimed to identify the factor of breeders have not done fermentation of rice straw as cattle feed. This research was conducted on August-September 2017 in Patampanua village, Marioriawa sub-district, Soppeng district. This research is descriptive quantitative with Delbeq method. Data collection is qualitative and quantitative. Data sources are primary and secondary data. Data analysis used is frequency distribution. The results showed that farmers have not done the fermentation of rice straw as animal feed that is the motivation of farmers, intensity counseling and lack of knowledge of farmers. 


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