Which test is best? : customizing dairy manure nutrient testing Public Deposited

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  • Both laboratory analyses and on-farm quick tests of manure nutrient content play an important role in manure management. Laboratory testing is the most reliable method of manure nutrient testing and is valuable for long-term planning and as a check on quick test results.
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