Probability we will find the nutrients labeled 100%. Protein, Fat, Fiber, Calcium, Zinc, Phosphorous, Drugs, etc.

Normally we sample 10 probes (and combine them) out of a single lot of feed to present one sample to the lab. We collected 40 of such probes to analyze separately to figure out the greatest possible spread of any 10 probes. Essentially we want to find out if our "AVs" which are our laboratory AVs plus the prep AV's PLUS a fudge factor - is wide enough to cover the greatest spread possible. And to determine how the means look when compared to each other. We would only look at one feed type and one analyte at a time. Each will be different; however, have a set "violation range" a number above and below that is different for each analyte. e.g. Protein is always 3% above or below before it becomes violative. Essentially we want to determine if our math - that was set in 1950 is still valid and defensible.