Seagreens® produces only certified organic quality seaweed and whether for valuable performance animals, pets or livestock the broad balance of nutrients including all the minerals and trace elements can provide a firm foundation for animal health much as it does in the human diet.
Seagreens® wild Ascophyllum contains no dead, stormcast, or mixed species, is human food safe, free of contaminants and microbial pathogens, is not harvested from the beaches or shorelines and does not have a high silica content. Stock product is available as:
Fine Granules - homogenous fine granules which unlike powders, mix evenly and do not congeal or create dust (we do not powder our seaweed which can harm the mineral content)
Medium Granules - 1 - 2mm granules
Large Granules - 2 - 3.5mm granules
“The ‘fertility vitamin’ E tocopherol, varies from 156-298 mg/kg in wild wrack seaweed (Ascophyllum), against 25-30 mg/kg in common Kelp (Laminaria) and 111 mg/kg in grass”
- W. A. Stephenson, Seaweed in Agriculture and Horticulture, 3rd edition, Rateaver, California 1974.
The granular forms should be mixed with a premix or can be mixed directly into the feed.
Tom Ventham at Old Plaw Hatch Farm (click to read his comments) in Sussex feeds Seagreens® Large Asco Granules to a biodynamic dairy herd producing excellent unpasteurised milk and cheeses.
In Bedfordshire, Nick Griffiths fed Seagreens® to his 450 head of water buffalo before the herd was sold to Laverstoke Park in Hampshire. In 2006 Nick developed leukemia, but after a year on a natural diet and supplements including 6 Seagreens® Food Capsules daily, he was pronounced 'all clear' with complete remission.
INEXPENSIVE HORTICULTURAL SEAWEED
Special prices and distribution arrangements are available for Certified Biodynamic® and Organic farms and charitable institutions. For further information or to place an order for Organic horticultural grade Ascophyllum for direct delivery please contact the office on 01444-400403. From continental Europe please telephone +44-1444-400403 or email email@example.com.
“Seaweed has a composition very different to that of land vegetation...more than 60 microminerals and trace elements varying from 15-25% of the dry weight compared with 5-6% in hay and 4% or less in various grains. The fat and protein is about the same as for vegetation generally, but the vitamin content is exceptionally favourable, with for example, provitamin A (carotene), vitamin B1 (thiamine), vitamin E, folic and folinic acid, and vitamin B12 which does not occur in land vegetation. Seaweed is rich in carbohydrates, but these differ greatly from those found in land plants, with alginic acid, laminarin, and mannitol among the most significant” - T. L. Senn and A. R. Kingman, Seaweed Research Review, 1963.
"Since December 2009 I started giving my little Norwich Terrier, Freddie, the Pet Granules (Seagreens® Ascophylum Granules). I bought him as a 7 month puppy from a reputable breeder, but unfortunately at a year old he showed symptons of demodectic mange. January 2009 I took him to the University of Cambridge Queen's Veterinary Hospital where they confirmed his condition and told me that puppies get this from suckling from their mother who carries the condition. After putting him through 3 lots of complete shaves to enable the vets to treat his skin it was not until September 2009 that the vets eventually considered the mites were dead. At that time I was not aware of the Pet Granules, although I am a long term advocate of Seagreens for myself. I had tried everything for his immune system, even importing powders from the USA. In December 2009 I was ready to order some capsules for myself and noticed a leaflet in my file with the article on Pet Granules, and knew that I should try them for Freddie. The results in the last 3 months have been phenomenal! He is bright eyed, lively, and eating well. I am convinced his immune system has improved since taking the Granules, and congratulate you for producing them. I have recommended them to my local vet" - Maggie Perkins, Peterborough, March 2010.