The difference between sheep manure and other animal manures
Sheep manure contains 24%-27% of organic matter, 0.7%-0.8% of nitrogen (N), 0.45%-0.6% of phosphorus (P2O5) and 0.4%-0.5% of potassium (K2O). Sheep manure contains more organic matter than other animal manures and the manure is finer and rich in fertilizer.
Pig manure contains 15% of organic matter, 0.5% of nitrogen (N), 0.5% to 0.6% of phosphorus (P2O5), and 0.35% to 0.45% of potassium (K2O). The pig manure is finer and its composition is more complex. It contains protein, fat, organic acids, cellulose, hemicellulose and inorganic salts. Pig manure contains more nitrogen and the ratio of carbon to nitrogen is small (14:1). It is generally easily decomposed by microorganisms and releases nutrients that can be absorbed and utilized by crops.
Cow manure contains 14.5% of organic matter, 0.30%～0.45% of nitrogen (N), 0.15%～0.25% of phosphorus (P2O5) and 0.10%～0.15% of potassium (K2O). The organic matter and nutrient of cow dung is the lowest among all kinds of livestock. It has the characters of fine texture, high water content, slow decomposition and low calorific value. It is a late-acting fertilizer.
Horse manure contains 21% of organic matter, 0.4%-0.5% of nitrogen (N), 0.2%-0.3% of phosphorus (P2O5) and 0.35%-0.45% of potassium (K2O). Horse manure contains more cellulose and hemicellulose. In addition, it also contains lignin, protein, fats, organic acids and various inorganic salts. Horse manure is loose in texture and contains a large number of high-temperature fiber-decomposing bacteria, which can generate high temperature during the procedure, and it is a thermal fertilizer.
To set up an sheep manure organic fertilizer plant, if you want to make money, it is important to choose the right organic fertilizer equipment. Only when the equipment is selected and the site is arranged properly can you ensure that it will make money in the later stage.