Notes and Unique Phenomena

@inproceedings{Powell2004NotesAU,
  title={Notes and Unique Phenomena},
  author={Mark Powell and Keith A. Kelling and Ra{\'u}l Pag{\'a}n Mu{\~n}oz and Paul R. Cusick},
  year={2004}
}
subsequent years can be more difficult to predict. More EVALUATION OF DAIRY MANURE accurate estimates of manure N credits are needed to NITROGEN-15 ENRICHMENT METHODS improve N management on dairy farms. Most (70–80%) of the N consumed by a dairy cow is ON SHORT-TERM CROP AND SOIL excreted about equally in urine and feces. Fecal N can NITROGEN BUDGETS be divided into two components: (i) endogenous N consisting of microbial products and microorganisms from the rumen, intestine, and hind gut, and… CONTINUE READING