The people of Jaya Mekar Village have livelihoods in agriculture, animal husbandry and tofu industry. However, the people of Jaya Mekar Village have a problem where agricultural waste in the form of straw is increasingly piling up. In addition, in the process of making tofu, it also produces waste in the form of tofu residue which is usually just thrown into the surrounding environment without any prior treatment. As a result, waste accumulates and creates an unpleasant odor. One solution to the utilization of straw and tofu residue is that it can be used as alternative animal feed through the fermentation process because the people of Jaya Mekar Village generally also have livestock as a livelihood. The targets of this training activity are independent farmer groups and local communities. The training activities were carried out by means of lecture methods and direct demonstrations in front of the participants then assisted by the participants in making alternative fermented animal feed. The results achieved are that agricultural and industrial waste is maximally utilized, increasing knowledge and skills for the local community, and updates related to the manufacture of fermented alternative feed.
Keywords: Straw waste, Tofu residue, Animal feed, Fermentation, Jaya Mekar Village