Nature's Kelp from Thorvin - 50 lb Bag

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$53.00
SKU:
NatK50
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Organic Status:
QAI Certified Organically Grown
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Nature’s Kelp from Thorvin is a certified organic Ascophyllum Nodosum dried kelp that is a rich source of natural minerals which has been used worldwide for centuries.  Sustainably harvested and dried with geothermal energy. Use either as a slow release, non-burning mineralizer to improve the texture and fertility of soil or as a supplement to livestock or pet feed. Providing Nature’s Kelp to animal’s diets supports optimal health through bioavailable minerals, vitamins and phytonutrients.  

 

Feed 1 to 2% of dry feed ration or free choice.  Use higher rates as needed, such as when animals are traveling, pregnant, or nursing.

            Specific Feeding Rates Per Day

Dairy & Beef Cattle                1-4oz
Heifers & Calves                    ½-2oz
Sheep & Goats                        ¼-1/2oz
Poultry                                    1-2% of ration
Horses                                     ¼-1/2oz
Swine                                      1% of ration

Fertilizer Application Rates

1lb per 100sq’
5lb per 1000sq’
200-400lbs/acre

*for use on vegetables, fruit, lawns, ornamentals, trees and compost piles.  Apply either by broadcasting or lightly cultivating into soil. 

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Q&A/Tes - Read a testimonial  Customer Question and The Answer: Does Thorvin Kelp require a veterinary feed directive for cattle? Thank you. 

Answer: From the FDA website: “The VFD final rule outlines the process for authorizing use of VFD drugs (animal drugs intended for use in or on animal feed that require the supervision of a licensed veterinarian) and provides veterinarians in all states with a framework for authorizing the use of medically important antimicrobials in feed when needed for specific animal health purposes.”

Kelp has never required the supervision of a veterinarian for feeding, is not a drug and is not be by this rule. It is always a good idea to keep your vet informed of all supplements fed to your animals and care should be taken feeding it to iodine sensitive animals like horses or cats, sticking to recommended doses and making sure the kelp is their only iodine source. Sincerely, Thorvin

 

 

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