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The original article contained two incorrect citations. The correct citations with references are shown here.

The Introduction, right hand column on the second page should read as follows;

In a meta-analysis of eight publications, Aizimu et al. (Reference Aizimu, Hodge, Edwards, Dewhurst and Cheng2013) reported a significant asymptotic (negative) relationship between nitrogen use efficiency and MUN in groups of NZ Jersey (J) and Holstein-Friesian (HF) cows.

The Results and discussion, left hand column on the fifth page should read as follows;

However, Aizimu et al. (Reference Aizimu, Hodge, Edwards, Dewhurst and Cheng2013) reported a negative asymptotic relationship between MUN and protein-use efficiency in a meta-analysis.

The authors apologise for the error.

References

Aizimu, W, Hodge, S, Edwards, GR, Dewhurst, RJ, and Cheng, L 2013. Brief communication: can milk urea nitrogen differentiate nitrogen use efficiency of lactating cow groups raised on New Zealand pasture? Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production 73, 199201.
Beatson, PR, Meier, S, Cullen, NG and Eding, H 2019. Genetic variation in milk urea nitrogen concentration of dairy cattle and its implications for reducing urinary nitrogen excretion. Animal, first published online 27 February 2019, doi: 10.1017/S1751731119000235