SlurryKing Cattle Trial Data

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)

UK dairy research farm

Effect of Epizym on retention of total-N in
                slurry tanks under slats

Effect of Epizym on retention of ammonia-N in
                slurry tanks under slats

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.

Summary of 3-year PPM project

Estimated effect of Epizym on N-utilisation of
                soil injected cow slurry produced during winter housing
                on intensive Dutch dairy farms

Estimated effect of Epizym on N-utilisation of
                soil injected cow slurry produced during winter housing
                on intensive Dutch dairy farms