Correlation Strength Assessment of Animal Husbandry Components to the Implementation of ASEAN Good Animal Husbandry Practices: A case study in layer farming


  • Eko Sugeng PRIBADI Bogor Agriculture University
  • Hanifa Hanun Bogor Agriculure University
  • Agung Puji Haryanto Bogor Agriculure University
  • Deddy Cahyadi Sutarman Bogor Agriculure University
  • Sinta Sri Utami Bogor Agriculure University
  • Rahmat Hidayat Harahap Bogor Agriculure University
  • Safika Safika Bogor Agriculure University
  • Alfred John Morris Kompudu Food and Agriculture Organization Indonesia ECTAD
  • Luuk Schoonman Food and Agriculture Organization Indonesia ECTAD
  • Gunawan Budi Utomo Food and Agriculture Organization Indonesia ECTAD
  • Afton Attabany Bogor Agriculture Universit
  • Fadjar Sumping Tjatur Rasa Ministry of Agriculture
  • Ni Made Ria Isriyanthi Ministry of Agriculture



ASEAN-GAHP, Layer farming, Veterinary control number, Correlation analysis


ASEAN Good Animal Health Practice (GAHP) is a joint product of ASEAN member countries to be applied in laying farms. The Research aimed to explore management practices of laying farms in accordance with the guidelines from ASEAN GAHP. South Lampung District and East Lampung District were the chosen locations in this Research.  The ASEAN GAHP-based questionnaires were arranged and used for this Research. A variety of data analysis were conducted namely normality analysis, validity analysis, reliability analysis, descriptive analysis, and correlation analysis technique. The Result showed there were no significant difference were found between South Lampung District and East Lampung District farmers in the implementation of GAHP components in layer farms. Application of Veterinary Control Number (Nomor Kontrol Veteriner, NKV) issued by Government becomes a strong driver for farmers to implement the ASEAN GAHP. The Research concluded the components which have a strong relationship in the implementation of ASEAN-GAHP were waste management, personnel hygiene, transportation, water quality and treatment, and surveillance and diseases control.