This is a follow up to my unanswered question: How much sulphur can I assume in protein, in starch, in fat, in feces, in eggs, in meats? Or in specific plants? What ranges? Are there any tables about this?
So far, I only found this table and it only contains a few examples.
Edit: I'm looking to find the sulphur loading of a anaerobic digestion fermenter. Since doing chemical analyses of the feedstocks is out of the question right now, I'll take what hard data I can get and find a way to validate them. Interesting feedstocks are basically all energy crops (corn, wheat, rape, grass ...) and manure and slurry of agricultural lifestock (cattly, hog, chicken ...). While full chemical analyses of the feedstocks are generally not availible, I can obtain fodder analyses that break down by protein, fiber and fat - and if I find data of the kind: The sulphur content of grass fiber is x mass% S or of plant protein y-z mass% or similiar for hog manure ... I'd be far better off then now.
Since Sulphur is not a micronutirent and sulphur balances can be an issue for fertilizing fields or for wastewater streams of large lifestock installations, I don't think it unreasonable to assume that someone, somewhere, has compiled data as to where all the sulphur is.