UNAIR NEWS – Parents’ education during childhood often sticks in the mind of their child. It is how Riska Faradila feels. During childhood, Riska was introduced to farm animals by her parents, especially cows and goats.
Not only introduced, in his life, Riska has also been taught about farm management. For example, maintenance management on feeding, cage, milking, disease, and post harvest handling.
“My parents own a farm business, so I was taught various things about livestock and how to keep it,” said Riska.
Close to farming since childhood, Riska has a broad view of it. He also emphasized that livestock should be more about livestock feed, livestock production, livestock economy, and livestock technology as well as disease management.
“Therefore, I decided to take a course in FKH with the aim that with science I can be useful and also develop efforts to go forward,” said the first child of two brothers.
Her final assignment was entitled Characterization of Bacteriocin Produced by Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) from Sumbawa Horse Milk. She was also appointed the best graduation with a score of 3.83 GPA. However, in completing the master degree, Riska admitted it was not easy, because her research often failed so she must repeat the research for the best results.
“I need 8 months for research, as in my second semester, I have completed all my courses,” she said.
In the end, the woman born in 1992 believed that maximum effort will produce the best results.
“I believe that the maximum effort will produce maximum results as well,” she concluded. (*)
Author: Achmad Janni
Editor: Nuri Hermawan & Bes