Sheep Manure and Poultry Manure
Sheep manure contains 24% to 27% of organic matter, 0.7% to 0.8% of nitrogen, 0.45% to 0.6% of phosphorus, and 0.4% to 0.5% of potassium. Sheep manure contains more organic matter than other livestock manure, and the manure is fine and the fat is thick.
Sheep feces fever is between horse dung and cow dung. It is also a hot fertilizer. It is also called warm fertilizer. It is applied on sandy soil and clay soil with good effect.
Poultry manure contains 25.5% of organic matter, 1.63% of nitrogen, 1.54% of phosphorus, 0.85% of potassium, 11% of carbohydrates, 7% of fiber, and high water content of fresh poultry manure.
Nitrogen is mainly uric acid in poultry manure (chicken manure, duck manure, goose dung, pigeon dung, etc.). Uric acid cannot be directly absorbed by crops and is harmful to crop root growth. At the same time, fresh poultry manure is easy to attract underground pests.