Production and Quality of Eggs and Concentrations of Follicle-Stimulating Hormone (FSH) and Luteinizing Hormone (LH) in Local Chicken
AbstractThis study aimed to assess the level of production and quality of eggs and the concentrations of Luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in Local Chicken. This research is a quantitative research. Research variables were the number of eggs, Hen House (HH), Hen Day (HD), egg-laying rhythm, interior and exterior quality of eggs, Luteinizing hormone (LH) and follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH). The type of chicken used was local chicken that is in a productive period as many as 72 chickens. Analysis of the data used was descriptive analysis. The results of the study found that 72 chickens were in normal conditions with the total eggs produced were 1180 and the average egg weight was 41.62 grams. Hen House was 11.80 eggs, Hen Day was 16.39 eggs, and the egg-laying rhythm was 2.61 days. The egg quality included the egg white index was 0.14 cm, the yolk index was 0.47 cm, the air sac diameter was 36.96 mm, the thickness of eggshell was 0.35 mm and the yolk color was yellow. FSH and LH concentrations increased during the post-incubation period to 181.61 pg/ml (FSH) and 2,325.86 pg/ml (LH). As for during the incubation period, the concentration of FSH and LH decreased to 58.48 pg/ml (FSH) and 1,771.93 pg/ml (LH).
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