Effectiveness of Water Waste Sea Cucumber Stew (Holothuria scabra) Kenjeran Beach In Improving Chicken Weight (Gallus domesticus)

This research is the work of three junior high school students Of Al-Hikmah Full Day School Surabaya that is Alifya Dewinta Amadea Wikan, Faiza Kamilah Setiawan and Clarine Aisyah Firdhaus who has managed to win the third champion in scientific writing contest east java in 2016 held by SMA Hidayatus Salam Dukun Gresik

This study utilizes the protein content in the waste water of sea cucumber stew (Holothuria scabra) to improve the growth measured through the chickens weight. During this time, some people around the beach kenjeran Surabaya utilize sea cucumber to be used as chips or snacks. Sea cucumber captured by fishermen without boiling water for 1-2 hours, then dried to dry, then just processed into chips or snacks. When the sea cucumber is boiled, from inside the sea cucumber will produce brownish water in large quantities, so boiling sea cucumber does not require water. During this time the water of sea cucumber decoction is discharged as waste, while the meat is processed into food. In addition, by utilizing sea cucumbers, the economy of people around the coast of kenjeran will increase because the sea cucumber used is supplied from the fishermen of the region.
Sea cucumbers (holothuria scabra) are marine animals that live in shallow muddy waters and are scattered in the Pacific Ocean around the Pacific so that many sea cucumbers grow in the territorial waters of Indonesia. One of them, the beach Kenjeran Surabaya. Sea cucumber contains omega 3.6, and 9 which is good for adding chicken appetite and protein that can help increase chicken weight. This study used chicken research media which amounted to 15 tails and divided into 5 groups, namely group A, B, C, D and E. Group A is control and four other groups are given different treatment. Here is the treatment of the group.
Group
Chicken Start Weight (gr) Weight for weeks… –
 1 2  3 4
Group A 1 63 107 209 400 430
2 49 108 165 350 390
3 65 113 188 370 420
Average 59 109,33 187,33 373,33 413,33
Group B 1 44 118 224 401 488
2 55 120 217 390 439
3 46 101 195 328 447
Average 48,33 113 212 373 458
Group C 1 43 111 191 370 438
2 48 124 223 375 465
3 52 118 222 410 508
Average 47,66 117,66 212 385 470,33
Group D 1 41 66 124 310 338
2 46 101 189 380 396
3 55 131 206 410 473
Rata-rata 47,33 99,33 173 366,66 402,33
Group E 1 52 115 242 460 538
2 45 84 162 380 452
3 49 121 243 430 515
Average 106,66 215,66 423,33 501,66
Of the 4 treated groups, group E experienced the most development. This chicken group is given waste water boiling sea cucumber sand with a dose of 2×1 as much as 0.15 ml. When compared with unadjusted chickens, there are many differences. However, the four groups of chicken who was given waste water boiled sea cucumber grew development. Group A, which is a control group, is also developing but at least among other groups.

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