PERFORMANCE OF MALE MICE (MUS MUSCULUS) AGE 28-63 DAYS IN THE COTE WITH HUSK LAYER, SAND LAYER, AND ZEOLITE LAYER WITH PARTITION OR NOT
AbstractThe study aimed to analyze the effect of different layer types with pertition or not against perfomence male mice ages 28-63 days and to find out the information of ammonia on different layer cotes. The parameters measured were feed intake BK, dringking water, beginning and ending BW, ADG, feed convertions, mortality, and ammonia on cages. CRD designs was used in 3 x 2 factorial experiment, the first factor are types of layer (huks, sand, and zeolite) and the seconds factor are partition of layer (without insulation and section). The data obtained were analyzed with ANOVA if there are a real result, followed by Tukey test appeal. The data which not suitabele with the parameters was analyzed with Kruskal-Wallis test, whereas the ammonia on cote described descriptively. The result showed that different types of layer most significant (p<0,01) on feed intake, and significant (p<0,05) on ending BW of mice. Mice that are kept at S layer type has higher feed intake and ending BW rather than P and Z layer type. DS most significant (p<0,01) on feed intake and significant (p<0,05) on water dringking consumption. Mice that are kept at TS cote has a feed intake higher and lower water dringking consumption rather than mice at DS cote. The interaction occurs between layer type and layer partition seen on ADG and feed convertions at first week until third week. Mice that are kept on DSS, DSP, and TSZ cote has better feed convertions and ADG rather than other treatments. Cote with S layer has a higher ammonia rather than cote with P and Z layer. Ammonia on Z layer is the lowers. Best treatment results in breed of mice can be choosen is the cote with zeolite layer with partition or not.