On the average it is possible to say that manure at a straw litter contains about 0.5% of nitrogen, more than 0.5% of potassium and about 0.25% of phosphorus.
Poultry dung - strong fertilizer. There are much more nutrients in it, than in manure. The dung of chicken contains nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium. The duck and goose dung is poorer than chicken dung. To avoid nitrogen losses at dung storage, it should be mixed with the dry earth or with rotted manure.
Dried up and finely grounded dung is introduced in the spring at redigging of a plot from calculation 8-10kg on 100m2 and carefully is mixed with soil. At use dung for dressing of plants at first is filled in with water (1:1), and then bucket of this solution is added to six-ten buckets of water. The dung can be added in compost.
Cattle urine - good nitrogen-potash fertilizer; it contains more than 1% of nitrogen and more 1% of potassium. The using of only urine dissolved in eight-ten times by water, it is possible to recommend, when plants do not need phosphoric fertilizers. In another case urine should be used together with superphosphate or other phosphoric fertilizers. The urine diluted with water, is introduced in soil shortly before planting. It is closed up to exclude nitrogen losses.