TRACING SUSTAINABLE OF BUFFALO SLAUGHTERHOUSE BASED ON KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
The sustainability social dimension attributes of the Ruminant Slaughterhouse management can still be felt in the Buffalo Slaughterhouse which is located in Prambatan Kidul Village, Kaliwungu District, Kudus Regency, Central Java Province. This is reinforced by the results of the Dyah-Maharani’s study (2015) which states that, the index of social dimension sustainability is 54.49 or in the category of quite sustainable. One of the attributes of leverage human interaction is illustrated by the active role of the attitude of the community of buffalo slaughterhouse business users, which is a hereditary profession. Human interaction is the attitude of tolerance and togetherness of the perpetrators of service users which shows a long history related to the spread of Islam in Kudus in the 15th century (fifteen). The strategy of humanization for worship in concrete operational and technical aspects includes respecting cattle ruminants. Until now the Kudus community still adheres to the ban on Sunan Sayyid Ja'far Shodiq Azmatkhan not to cut cattle ruminants, and as an alternative is buffalo ruminants. One of the advantages of buffalo ruminants as in the study (Aziz-urRehman, 2017) concluded that, buffalo animals, including ruminants, had a low chance (1%) of paratuberculosis before being slaughtered, so that the resulting buffalo meat would be in accordance with the criteria for Safe-Healthy-Whole-Halal).