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End use application

Our Diatomaceous earth:

  • high surface area

  • high absorbent and adsorption properties

  • low cost

  • environmental compatibility

  • fossil flour shell

End use application:

  •  natural performance enhancer in livestock as a mycotoxin binder

  • in-stored grain pest control

  • water purification

  • dietary supplement for animals

  • contributes to livestock productivity

  • promotes food security and safety.

Cattle at Sunrise
Horse Legs

The practice of incorporating Diatomaceous Earth (fossil flour shell) into cattle feed has been studied, researched, and found to be beneficial on a number of levels in USA, Europe and more recently Australia. Upon the treatment of cattle with Diatomaceous earth (fossil flour shell) milk production was measurably increased and harmful parasites were decreased.

Recent studies have supported its use as animal growth promoter, vaccine adjuvant in livestock, water purifier, mycotoxin binder, inert dust applications in stored-pest management, pesticide, animal feed additive, as a natural source of silicon in livestock, and as natural anthelmintic.

Livestock to benefit include beef and diary cattle, horses, poultry, goats, pigs, sheep, domestic animals, optimising animal health, control of internal and external parasites (excluding heart or lung worm) and external parasites; reduce odours particularly where intensive farming practices are used, reduce infant mortality, control fleas, flies, ticks on the animal, in pasture or around pens; disease management and improved resistance, and digestion stimulation and aiding in feed conversion and absoption of nutrients, essential elements and trace elements including calcium, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc and sulphur trace elements.

How does it work?

1. Internal and external parasite control of Livestock potential

2. Detoxifier in Livestock Feed potential

3. Animal Performance Enhancer potential

4. Water Purifier for Livestock Usage potential

5. Source of Minerals for Livestock potential

6. Feed Storage potential

7. Quality of Wool and Mohair potential

8. Replacement of Antibiotic in Animal Feed potential

9. Feed Industry and Livestock Production potential

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