New Research Trial Comparing SEA-90 Foliar and Broadcast | Texas

New Research Trial Comparing SEA-90 Foliar and Broadcast | Texas

We compared hay test results from pasture sprayed with SEA-90 vs broadcast and were totally amazed with the outcome. We’ve proven that pasture and hay sprayed with SEA-90 Foliar Fertilizer has better test results than conventionally fertilized (broadcast) pasture (52% increase in relative Feed Value) but we have never compared SEA-90 Foliar test results with test results from pasture and hay where SEA-90 Agricultural Mineral has been broadcast for several years.

Being believers in Regenerative Agriculture soil, crop and livestock remineralization we expected good results, but were amazed with what we found. In the 2019 Pasture Research results below one number jumps off the page –

155% increase in Relative Feed Value!

Keep in mind that our prior test results comparing SEA-90 Foliar Fertilizer vs Conventional broadcast fertilizer showed a 52% increase in RFV! This means that broadcasting SEA-90 Agriculture Mineral vs broadcasting Conventional Fertilizer would yield a 167% increase in Relative Feed Value!

Kim M. | Monticello FL

I thought I would share my day, I added the SEA- 90 to the cows feed and they went wild, they were rising sand until I put the product out in the fields and they immediately started picking the product from the ground, they are really enjoying themselves.

~ Kim M. | Monticello FL

Jerry Joe H | AK

Jerry Joe H | AK

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Trial analysis of pasture grass fertilized with SEA-90Jerry Joe H, a rancher in Arkansas sent us grass analysis data after applying SEA-90 as a broadcast fertilizer to one of his pastures. He claims to have increased his grass and cow  production and quality by incorporating SEA-90’s minerals and trace elements into his fertility and cattle mineral program.

Karen B. | Broken Arrow, NE

We offered SEA-90 Essential Elements free choice to our bison herd beginning in 2016 with the following results.  Calving rate increased from 82% to 96%; the weaning rate increased from 65% to 81%; hanging weight increased approximately 30 pounds per carcass even though the bison were harvested one month earlier due to diminished pastures for lack of rain.

Karen B., Broken Arrow, NE

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