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In Reply to: Re: Urea in feed posted by Now hold on! on August 22, 2001 at 06:05:35:
I have just one question. Does the tag on your feed absolutely list "Urea" as an ingredient?? If so then it definitely is in the feed. If, however, it discloses an amount of "Non-Protein Nitrogen" underneath the guaranteed Crude Protein but does not list Urea in the list of ingredients it is very likely only disclosing the amount of ammonium chloride formulated into the feed. Remember ammonium chloride as well as Urea is a source of "Non-Protein Nitrogen".
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