Trials have shown that SlurryKing Cattle treatment
reduces emissions of ammonia and other odour compounds.
The higher N-retention improves the fertiliser value of
the slurry, reducing chemical fertiliser requirements.
(Note that Epizym was it's former name)
Ammonia capture also boosts the organic fertiliser value of slurry as ammonia-N is more readily available to the crop. A three-year study in the Netherlands estimates that SlurryKing treatment can increase crop utilisation of slurry nitrogen from 50% to 60% of the total-N content.