Edukasi Peternak Budidaya Maggot Sebagai Bahan Pakan Sumber Protein di Kabupaten Sidenreng Rappang (Program Bina Desa Mahasiswa Fakultas Vokasi Univeristas Hasanuddin)
The implementation of community service through the Students Village Empowerment Program aims to disseminate and educate on the cultivation and processing of maggot as a protein source for poultry and increase the knowledge of farmers in using maggot as an alternative feed in poultry rations. The benefits of community service activities were to provide skills and knowledge about maggot utilization as a source of poultry feed so that it can be applied in poultry feed by the target audience or farmers. The village empowerment activity of the students was carried out in Kanie Village, Maritengngae District, Sidenreng Rappang Regency. The object of farmer groups were native chicken farmers, domestic chicken traders, and layer chicken farmers who were the part of Prima Karya Sentosa Livestock Farmer Group (35 people). The stages of implementing the activity are preparation including coordination, team and participants preparation including the 25-student engagement of the Animal Production Technology study program (DIV), and preparation of extension materials. The extension method was carried out in the form of a lecture and discussion with all members of the group. Training infrastructure and other facilities were provided by the farmer group partner. All the participants were expected to have knowledge and skills in cultivating maggots including the BSF maggot life cycle, maggot nutrient content, and maggot application in the feed after attending the training. Therefore, assistance should be conducted for the sustainable program of poultry management, especially applying maggots as poultry feed ingredients.
Dillak, S.Y. F. G., N. P. F. Suryatni, H. T. Handayani, S. T. Temu, H. P. Nastiti, D. B. Osa, R. Ginting, Yunilas and Y. L. Henuk, 2019. The effect of fed maggot meal as a supplement in the commercial diets on the performance of finisher broiler chickens. IOP Conf. Ser.: Earth Environ. Sci. 260 012056.
Diener, S., Zurbrugg, C., Gutierrez, F.R., Nguyen, D.H., Morel, A., Koottatep, T. and Tockner, K. 2011. Black soldier fly larvae for organic waste treatment-prospects and constraints. Procedings of the Waste Safe 2011-2nd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries 13-15 February 2011, Khulna, Bangladesh. 52: 1-8.
Haetami, K., Y. Dhahiyat, I. B. B. Suryadi and B. S. Zulkarnaen., 2021. The Effect of Difference Culture Media Maggot Black Soldier Fly Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus, 1758) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) on the Growth of Striped Catfish Seeds Pangasianodon hypophthalmus (Sauvage, 1878) (Pangasiidae). AJFAR, 11(4): 32-42.
Kroeckel, S., Harjes, A.G.E., Roth, I., Katz, H., Wuertz, S., Susenbeth. A. and Schulz, C. 2012. Whena turbot catches a fly: evaluation of a prepupae meal of the Black soldier fly (Hermetia illucens) as fish meal substitute – growth performance and chitin degradation in juvenile turbot (Psetta maxima). Aqua. 364/365: 345-352.
Lievens, S., G. Poma, J. De Smet, L. Van Campenhout, A. Covaci and M. V. Der Borght, 2021. Chemical safety of black soldier fly larvae (Hermetia illucens), knowledge gaps and recommendations for future research: a critical review. Journal of Insects as Food and Feed. (Article in Press).
Maskur, A., 2020. Analisis Dampak Covid-19 Terhadap Pendapatan Peternak Unggas Di Kabupaten Probolinggo. AGRIOVET, 3 (1): 63-73.
Newton, G.L., Sheppard, D.C., Watson, D.W., Burtle, G.J. and Dove C.R. 2005. Using the Black Soldier Fly, Hermetia ilucens, as a value-added tool for the management Center, North Carolina State University. Releigh (US): North Carolina State University.
Rachmawati, Buchori D, Hidayat P, Hem S, Fahmi MR. 2010. Perkembangan dan kandungan nutrisi Maggot Hermetia illucens (Linnaeus) (Diptera: Stratiomyidae) pada bungkil kelapa sawit. JEI 7(1): 28-41.
Sarlan, M. dan M. Murah, 2022. Dampak Pandemi Covid -19 Terhadap Keuntungan Dan Efisensi Usaha Peternakan Ayam Ras Petelur Di Desa Pringgajurang Kecamatan Montong Gading Kabupaten Lombok Timur. Journal Ilmiah Rinjani, 10 (1): 109-116.
Setiawan, H., I. L. I. Putra, R. Alfatah and A. N. Nasikhudin, 2022. The Effectiveness Combination of Maggot with Commercial Feed on Growth, Structure of Intestine and Skeletal Muscle Mutiara Catfish. Journal of Aquaculture and Fish Health, 11(1): 70-80.
Sholahuddin, A. Sulistya, R. Wijayanti, Supriyadi, Subagiya, 2021. Potensi Maggot (Black Soldier Fly) sebagai Pakan Ternak di Desa Miri Kecamatan Kismantoro Wonogiri. PRIMA: Journal of Community Empowering and Services. 5 (2): 161-167.
St-Hilaire, S., Cranfill, K., McGuire, M.A., Mosley, E.E., Tomberlin, J.K., Newton, L., Sealey, W., Sheppard, C. and Irving, S. 2007. Fish offal recycling by the black soldier fly produces a foodstuff high in omega-3 fatty acids. J W Aquacult. Soc. 38: 309-313.
Veldkamp, T., van Duinkeren, G., van Huis, A., Lakemond, C.M.M., Ottevanger, E., Bosch, G. and van Boeke, M.A.J.S. 2012. Insects as a Sustainable Feed Ingredient in Pig and Poultry Diets – a Feasibility Study. Wageningen (NED): Wageningen UR Livestock Research.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.