Nitrogen Values of Liquid Dairy Manure and Dry Broiler Litter as Affected by Preservation Treatment.Applied Engineering in Agriculture

Nitrogen Values of Liquid Dairy Manure and Dry Broiler Litter as Affected by Preservation Treatment.Applied Engineering in Agriculture

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Dougherty, M., Vaughan, D. H., Evanylo, G. K., Collins, Jr., E. R., Abdel-Gadir, A. H. 2009. Nitrogen Values of Liquid Dairy Manure and Dry Broiler Litter as Affected by Preservation Treatment.Applied Engineering in Agriculture. American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers. 25, 3. 363-371

Agriculture, Animal agriculture, Nitrogen, Nutrients, Sample collection, Sampling

This study evaluated the effects of four preservation techniques on nitrogen concentration and species in samples of liquid dairy manure and dry broiler litter from farms in Virginia (U.S.). The results indicate that ambient storage is the most effective nitrogen preservation technique for these types of samples.

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