- Published on 19 December 2013
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SNVWORLD.ORG. SNV Netherlands Development Organisation, in partnership with Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB), shared the results of the “Sustainable and Inclusive Dairy Development” pilot project at a workshop in Jakarta on November 13th 2013.
The project conducted in East and West Java tested potential low-cost interventions to improve feeding techniques, water supply and animal health with the goal to increase dairy productivity in Indonesia and farmers’ incomes.
Dairy companies including Nestle, Friesland Flag, Danone and Indolacto attended the workshop to discuss the results of the pilot together with industry associations, research institutes and NGOs from around Indonesia.
The workshop heard that currently local dairy production can only supply 20% of the local market demand with up to 80% of dairy products imported from countries such as New Zealand and Australia. With the steady growth of the middle class and greater awareness of the need to improve nutrition the demand for dairy products is likely to grow significantly in the coming years.
- Published on 18 November 2009
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Animal products (meat, milk and egg) are foods which have protein source of good quality that is needed to create the human resources of high-quality competition to win a very tight in the current era of globalization.
Therefore, livestock products should be increased production and quality sufficient for the needs continue to increase with the number of residents. In this case, Nutrition Science and Technology Feed role is very important because it can affect these two things above. Besides the cost of livestock feed is the largest component (up to 70%) in the operational costs of a livestock business.
Department of Nutrition Science and Feed Technology (D-INTP) Program offers Major Nutrition and Feed Technology (B.Sc degree), which qualified cadres, cadres for the nation that progressive, active, creative and provide them with the science and nutrition feed technology.
To produce graduates who can compete at the national level and regionally, D-INTP always make the development of the education process sustainable.
Competencies of Department of Nutrition Science and Feed Technology are :
- Ability to apply agrostology, management and use of resources pasture
- Ability to apply science and nutrition process, collecting and feeding
- Ability to manage the feed industry
D-INTP graduates can work in the field
- Animal Feed Industry
- Animal Husbandry Industry
- Consultation on Nutrition
- Lecturer / Researcher
- Government Employees
- Banking Institutions
- Analysis Proksimat
- Kecernaan in vitro feed
- Analysis VFA, NH3
- Analysis Cholesterol, LDL and HDL
- Analysis kreatinin and urine alantoin
- Identify and count the population of microbes
- Provision of forage seed
- Animal Feed Pet/livestock Formulation Production