Financial Analysis of the Utilization of Golden Snail Flour (Pomacea canaliculata) With Eco Enzyme Fermentation in Quail Ration


  • Naomi Tampubolon Universitas Sumatrera Utara
  • N. Ginting
  • Hasnudi



Eco Enzymes, Conch Mas, Fermentation, Financial Analysis, Profit, Quail


Quail has a competitive ability to compete with other sources of meat in meeting the needs of the community. Feed is the basic need of every animal. From an economic point of view, the cost of feed is very high, reaching 70% of the total cost of quail production. One of the ingredients that can be used as feed ingredients for animal protein sources that are widely available is the golden snail or called the mulberry snail (Pomacea canaliculata L) . One way to increase the nutritional content of feed ingredients is by fermentation. The golden snail flour is fermented using eco-enzymes, where these eco-enzymes are very easy to make and require little cost to manufacture. So it is necessary to calculate the financial analysis of quail feed made using gold snail flour fermented using eco-enzymes. The research design used was a completely randomized design (CRD) with 4 treatments and 5 replications. The parameters studied are Total Production Costs, Total Production Results, Profit and Loss Analysis, Income Over Feed Cost (IOFC), and R/C (Revenue/Cost) . Based on the results of the study, it was found that feeding using golden snail flour fermented using eco-enzymes in the ration as much as 12% got the best results, because Total Production Costs, Total Production Results, Profit-Loss Analysis, Income Over Feed Cost (IOFC), and R /C (Revenue/Cost) got the best results compared to other treatments.


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