Prevalensi dan Derajat Infeksi Helminthiasis Gastrointestinal pada Sapi Bali (Bos sondaicus) di Peternakan Rakyat Mutu Desa Sepayung Kecamatan Plampang Kabupaten Sumbawa Besar Nusa Tenggara Barat

Ariandoko Ariandoko, Kholik Kholik, Candra Dwi Atma, Novarina Sulsia Ista'In Ningytas

Abstract


Bali cattle is one of the cattle that are more in demand by the community, especially the people of
Sumbawa Besar. Healthy cows that are in a state or physiological body functioning normally, which means
that cattle avoid various diseases, especially Helminthiasis. The purpose of this study was to determine the
prevalence and degree of gastrointestinal helminthiasis infection in Balinese cattle (Bos sondaicus) in Mutu
People's Farms in Sepayung village, Plampang sub-district, Sumbawa Besar district, NTB. This research is a
descriptive study with Based on Rates or calculation of the prevalence rate and degree of Gastrointestinal
Helminthiasis infection in bali cattle feces at Mutu People's Farm in Sepayung Village, Plampang District,
Sumbawa Besar Regency, West Nusa Tenggara. This research was conducted in February 2020 in the
Laboratory of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, West Nusa Tenggara University, examined using the Mc
Master method and counted the number of worm eggs per gram of feces. Based on the results of laboratory
tests conducted on 37 bali cattle feces samples, found 6 samples infected with Trichostrongylus sp. and 2
samples were infected with Ostertagia sp. The results of examinations that have been done, the prevalence
found in this study is Trychostrongylus 16.21% while in Ostertagia it is 5.40% with the degree of infection in
Trichostrongylus moderate infections and in mild infections Ostertagia. Based on the results of laboratory
tests conducted on 37 bali cattle feces samples, found 6 samples infected with Trichostrongylus sp. and 2
samples were infected with Ostertagia sp. The results of examinations that have been done, the prevalence
found in this study is Trychostrongylus 16.21% while in Ostertagia it is 5.40% with the degree of infection in
Trichostrongylus moderate infections and in mild infections Ostertagia. Based on the results of laboratory
tests conducted on 37 bali cattle feces samples, found 6 samples infected with Trichostrongylus sp. and 2
samples were infected with Ostertagia sp. The results of examinations that have been done, the prevalence
found in this study is Trychostrongylus 16.21% while in Ostertagia it is 5.40% with the degree of infection in
Trichostrongylus moderate infections and in mild infections Ostertagia.


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