Liz N., Licensed Wildlife Rehabber: North Georgia

great_horned_owl_injuredAs a licensed wildlife rehabber, and personal “small farm” user and local distributor of SEA-90, the product has become a critical part of my life/routine. With wildlife, I use it as part of my wound care treatment. Since wild animals lick and “worry” their wounds, we have to be very careful about what we put on them topically. Combined with some homeopathy, I have found that using it with different non-toxic antiseptic solutions has shown some amazing results. I use it as a cleansing/flushing/healing agen for infected wounds. I have seen remarkable improvements in animals to the point of total healing and release back to the wild. One o our biggest successes was with a Great Horned Owl, which was caught in a leg hold trap. We administered the dissolved solution over her talon for months (along with other traditional treatments). Also as far as domestic animals, I am presently using it on a recent rescued dog that is suffering from severe emaciation, as well as a gunshot wound on his back. The wound has been cleaned and flushed with the solution. He gets a very small amount added into his food as a supplement during the slow process to help him regain his strength. Two talons and two paws up for SEA-90!

~ Liz N., Licensed Wildlife Rehabber: North Georgia
State: Small Mammals, Turtles & Non-Poisonous Snakes
Federal: Birds of Prey
Wildlife Educator, Custom Outreach Art & Nature Programs
Prancin’ Possum Farm 706-946-6446

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P & B Ingram | Jay, OK

ingram_hay_research_graphDuring 2012, our hay was analyzed by OK State University and were very unhappy with the results. We learned about SEA-90 in 2013 and applied 5 lbs SEA-90 Foliar to our hay crop for the first time. Our hay was once again analyzed. There was an astounding difference between 2012 and 2013. SEA-90 increased crude protein (CP) from 7.5% to 13.6%, total digestible nutrients (TDN) from 55% to 58%, and relative feed value (RDF) increased from 58 to 88. The acid detergent fiber (ADF) decreased from 32% to 29% (poor quality forage has higher ADF percent values). We plan to spray our hay during the spring and after each cutting in 2014 and 2015 and hope to improve the quality even more. We are sold on SEA-90!

~ P & B Ingram, Jay, OK
Registered SEA-90 Distributor

 

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