This Bermuda grass was cut July 19, 2006 on Rocky Springs Ranch, Siloam Springs, AR. It is more than 2 feet tall. the first cutting was 5 weeks earlier and there had been little or no rain. There were 2 applications of SEA MINERALS.
Attached are a few pictures taken after one application of sea minerals. This is rye and bluestem grass. It appears to be thicker, greener and already knee high the third week in May. The biggest thing we notice is how the cattle seem more satisfied and content. We are anxious to see how the Bermuda responds.
Dennis and Sheryl G
Notice that the Bermuda is green all the way to the ground! Sea Minerals is a natural wonder.
Rocky Springs Ranch
Siloam Springs, AR
This clover was picked in the spring of 2007 after being sprayed sprayed with SEA MINERALS in the fall of 2006. Notice the comparison with clover that was not sprayed with SEA MINERALS.
Rocky Springs Ranch
Siloam Springs, AR
"I found out about this trace mineral... which is a rock salt taken from the ocean that puts mineral back into the soil. I applied it to my fields after our first cutting and it reduced my ferilizer costs by 50 percent, and increased hay production. The first cutting from a field with fertilizer produced 80 round bales, while the same field with no fertilizer and SEA MINERALS produced 156 round bales. I got 387 bales off of one 70-acre field. I got a lot better hay production out of those fields using that trace mineral." (Quoted from "Ozark Farm & Neighbor" October 1, 2007)
"These 20 weaning calves gained 3 pounds per day the first month on SEA MINERALS with no grain! All the hay they are being fed has been grown with SEA MINERALS"
Dr. Lynn Buhr
Siloam Springs, AR
I caught your seminar in Springfield, Mo.last month. I found what you had to say very interesting. I took your advice and decided to try the Sea Mineral. Using the sample packet you gave me, I planted some of my garden seeds, tomatoes, cabbage, peppers. I even planted some sweet corn and New Zealand Biologic. I used two of the Jiffy planters with the plastic covers. Planter # 1, I planted tomatoes, cabbage and peppers with out using Sea Minerals. Planter # 2, I planted tomatoes, cabbage, peppers, corn and Biologic. When the seedlings came up in planter # 2, I applied the Sea Minerals. Both planters are under a grow light with a timer. On day number nine I had to take the cover off of planter # 2, because half of the plants were touching the lid. On day number eleven I transplanted the corn and the wheat seed (biologic). On day number thirteen, the tomatoes, cabbage and peppers are at four inches, the clover (biologic) is at three inches and the corn and wheat is at six inches. Planter # 1 still has the lid on it and the plants are at about two and a half inches. I’ll be the first to say when I went to your seminar I was a skeptic and I was telling myself that this won’t work. Well, I was wrong, and for all you other skeptics out there all I can tell you is to just try it.
Wayne C., Hartville, MO
This customer returned to get Sea Minerals and brought his brother. Here is his experience: "Our grass is already green this spring and my neighbor's grass is still brown. I know I have a thicker stand where my cows have not been grazing. I saw a difference in 2 weeks last year and the clover shot up! My grass also stayed green longer."
Ron G., West Fork, AR
“I applied SEA MINERALS in 40 foot wide strips across the middle of several 40 acre hay fields and watched the darker green and faster growth over the next month. There was definitely a noticeable difference.”
John P., Westville, OK
“We started using SEA MINERALS 3 years ago on 500 acres and now our hayfields produce more than twice as much hay.”
Pat B., Siloam Springs, AR
“I like to garden in my retirement. I grow lots of tomatoes. After using SEA MINERALS last year, I planted half as many tomatoes and harvested more. They tasted better, too.”
Wayne M., Siloam Springs, AR
“I take pride in my horticultural skills. I have never seen something improve the quality of produce or of ornamentals as SEA MINERALS.”
Margaret R., Stark, KS
I wish I could give you a hugh increase but we only sprayed the hay fields once with your product and used no other fertilizer. We made 5 bales more than last year on the 10 acres shown in the pictures. We always fertilized heavy in the past years with commercial fertilize and are pleased with the results using only your minerals. We have sprayed our Bermuda once and in two weeks will spray again and hopefully will see good results.
We feel we have the best quality of hay this year we have ever had. The under growth was good with a lot of hop clover that we never had much of before. We will continue to use the minerals to give it a chance. We are going back to purchase another bag to keep putting on our fields
Odis and Pat S.- Alco Arkansas
I put out on application of 50lb on a 9 acre area of Bermuda grass gave it a month and a half and cut 18, 40 by 5 bales. It had grown 18-20 inches and that was just its first application and the 3rd cutting that year.
We use sea minerals in liquid form on our trees 4x a year. We spray in the fall before leaves fall and then disk the leaves in, spring when trees bud out, and again when leaves show, and again when fruit is about a the size of a quarter.
Recently I have been pruning our 900 tree orchard and have a lot of nice, new, healthy growth. I have not seen any bugs or disease. The peaches taste great and are big. One orchardist accused us of using growth hormones. I tell my fellow orchardist about sea minerals all the time but most are stuck on chemicals. You can lead a horse to water but can’t make them drink.
You can use my quotes any time.
Richard B, Palisades, Colorado
We sprayed Sea Minerals FA on our soybeans last year . The picture shows the dividing line. Sea Minerals sprayed on the left, standard fertilizer on the right. They were the best we had ever grown and much better than our neighbors. The plants were nearly 6 feet tall! People actually stopped by when they saw the beans from the road to ask what we had done differently. At harvest, they made 44 bushels per acre compared to 40 bushels the year before using commercial fertilizer. More production at a much lower cost-we are sold on Sea Minerals! It is also perfect for pasture ground. Be careful, though. I had a little left over and used it on my lawn. That was a mistake. We could hardly keep it mowed because it grew so fast and thick.
Harold and Tony H.-Edina, Missouri
Thank you for Sea Minerals FA. We used it on our soybeans last year (2008). Some were sprayed once, some twice. In some areas the plants grew to 52 inches tall. The plants were healthier and the size and quality of the bean was better. We nearly doubled our yield!
Merlin and Phyllis S, Reeds, Missouri
"I have a problem and I am wondering how I will have space for the plants that I took out in the spring. They have grown so that I don't think I will be using the same space.
I used the Sea Minerals at the rate of 1 tsp per gal and used it to 'water' the plants both in the pots and some in the ground.
Within 4 days I could see the leaves turning so green and so much growth - I was so amazed.
So, that was early July and 2 months ago - I cannot see that I would need to do that again as they are all still doing well.
Isn't that just grand? Been wanting to write and tell you guys this."
"I sprayed my vegetable garden the 1st and the 15th of each month of the growing season with amazing results! The sweet corn produced 4 ears instead of 2 on the section that was sprayed. The zuchinni plant was waist high as you can see.
Last year (2008) was the second year that I used Sea Minerals FA on my hay field. I baled 205 round bales off of 25 acres-with no commercial fertilizer!
Robert S.- Rose, OK
I bought some Sea Minerals early in the spring of 2008. It was still very cold when I put it out free choice for my cows. After the first one discovered it, they fought to get to it. The next day was still very cold but those cows frolicked like it was spring!
In the fall the buyer came for the calves. He asked, “When did you start graining your calves?” I told him that I had not fed any grain to the calves. “I have been buying calves for 30 years and I know a grain fed calf,” he said. I assured him that I had not fed any grain to the calves. “Then what did you do differently?” he asked. I told him that the only change I made was to make Sea Minerals available for them free choice. I had not even taken time to spray my pastures!
Lyle G., Plattsburg, MO 2009
2010 Sea Minerals FA Testimonials
Gordon E-2010-I used Sea Minerals FA alone as cattle mineral. The animals licked it up, are doing very well and it took 1/3 as much. I also tried it on 1 field of hay and did not use it on a neighboring field. I kept the hay separate to see how the cattle responded. The hay from the field sprayed with Sea Minerals FA was completely cleaned up every time I put out a bale of it while the hay from the other field had the usual waste.
Heath S.-Selden KS-2010 was my first year to use Sea Minerals FA but definitely not the last. I used it on our alfalfa. The only other thing I used was bug spray. I saw a significant increase in tonnage and quality. The best proof, however, was our soybean fields. They were hailed on with 40% damage and an estimate of 15-20 bushel yield by the insurance adjustor. I sprayed one field with Sea Minerals FA but not the other. The field that was sprayed yielded 50 bushels/acre! The field that was not sprayed yielded only 10 bushels. Sea Minerals was also used on the corn crops where we saw a 30-40 bushel difference in yield.
Jan C.-Muskogee OK-2010 We have used Sea Minerals for 2 years on 30 acres of hay. The horse owners who buy from us tell us that once the horses have our hay, they won’t eat any other. We sprayed the first spring but then decided to spread it dry in the fall and have done that for 2 years. Our vet bought some of our hay for her very picky horse. She tells me that she is amazed because her horse now eats every sprig.
Joe West-Gautier MS-2010 I have very sandy soil. The Sea Minerals FA were sprayed 3 times on Pensacola Bahia grass. I drove all the way to Northwest Arkansas to get more because my cows eat the hay so much better. There is not as much waste. I have 2 shut up for slaughter and they are gaining very well on only hay and Sea Minerals FA.
I used Sea Minerals on soybeans and corn. One field was not sprayed for comparison. I mixed Roundup with Sea Minerals and saved a trip over the field. The beans produced 5 bushels more per acre and the corn produced 10 bushels more per acre. I have already ordered my supply for 2011!
Ron D., Hudson, Iowa
I bought 300 acres that had not been farmed for 20 years. I killed the grass and no-tilled soybeans. They were only sprayed once when they were 6 inches tall and I didn’t get back to spray again. The beans were waist high with beans top to bottom! John K., Jasper, MO
I wanted to give Sea Minerals a real trial. I have 3 fields next to each other that I planted wheat in. Field 1 got half Sea Minerals, half nitrogen. Field 2 got only Sea Minerals. Field 3 got only nitrogen. Field 2 was obviously greener. When it was ready to cut, the red clover was 18 inches tall and the wheat was 2 ½ feet tall. The poorest return was from the Field 3 that only received nitrogen.
Beryle K., Goodman, MO
I used Sea Minerals on half of my hay fields and kept the hay separate. My cattle always ate the Sea Mineral grown hay first and cleaned it up completely. I also used Sea Minerals as my only supplement. The cows are slick and pretty. They are still grazing in December!
Ken M., Porter, OK
Lonnie G –Missouri-2010 I used Sea Minerals FA last year on my hay field. I only got it sprayed 1 time but the hay was as good as when I used commercial fertilizer and it only cost $6.00 per acre! I also saw great carry over on that field this year.
Ray O-Website blog-2010 I have been an organic gardener for 20+ years. A few years ago I realized that organic foods does not necessarily = nutritional foods. The reason is that too much soil has been depleted of the minerals we need and minerals DO = nutrition. I have been using sea minerals for two years now.
I sprayed 1/2 of a neighbor’s 24A coastal Bermuda pasture. After the hay had been cut I sent in leaf samples to a laboratory for testing. The sea mineral sprayed hay was higher in every mineral plus the protein was 20% higher. My neighbor was pleased with the results and so were his cattle.
Kenneth M-Oklahoma-2010 I used Sea Minerals FA on part of my hay fields and kept it separate from the other hay. The cows will always choose the hay grown with Sea Minerals and eat it all, with very little waste, before going to the hay without Sea Minerals. I put is out free choice for the cows also and they lick it up.
Joe B-Kinsley KS-2010 I have used Sea Minerals FA since 2009. This was a busy year and I only got the wheat sprayed 1 time but I did just as well as I had done with commercial fertilizer at a much lower cost. Some of the field was being affected by rust. After spraying with Sea Minerals, all the plants were healthier and the rust was much less evident. I had already sprayed my soybeans when I went to spray the hay field next to it. I drove right on the border so that the boom sprayed about 20 feet into the soybean field. In a week, the strip of soybeans that had gotten the additional spray was very evident. It was greener and taller. I have also used it free choice for my cattle with great results. An especially good example is an orphan calf that lost its mother at an early age. It is growing out as well as the others on hay (grown with Sea Minerals FA) and free choice Sea Minerals only, no grain.
Jack V-Jenks OK-2010 I used Sea Minerals on several different kinds of grass with very positive results on all of them. One particularly good result was on a Bermuda hay meadow. The last few years, the grass was never more than 4 inches high. It was sprayed with Sea Minerals and in 2 weeks it was 8 inches high. We cut it and then sprayed again when it was tall enough. The next crop was 10 inches high. Of course we made a lot more hay and it was better quality!
Heath G.-Gage OK-2010 Our wheat yields for 2010 were average and our test rates where good but our cost was way down by using Sea Minerals FA to fertilize. The other plus was healthier plant, more resistant to disease. When our neighbor’s fields were yellow from stress, ours were still green. We are going to no-till and are delighted to see more microbe activity in our soil. It doesn’t wash out in hard rains. We also tried in on wheat with some phosphorus and nitrogen. We usually use 10 gallons/acre but cut back to 3 gallons/ acre with the Sea Minerals. The yield was 10 bushels better. My calves have the heaviest weaning weight ever with no sickness or snot noses. The cows are also healthier. They forage more away from the hay and mineral feeder
Randy H-Lookeba OK-2010 All the ads are true! I have used Sea Minerals FA for nearly 2 years. My cattle all have it available free choice. The calves will not eat the commercial mineral I left out. They always prefer Sea Minerals. The cows look better and will eat every sprig of dry Bermuda grass. I used it once on fields planted with a wheat and rye mix. After the cows grazed it, it was sprayed again at 3-4 inches of new growth. The neighbor’s field with the same planting and grazing but commercial fertilizer did not green up as faster or grow back as fast. On another field planted in rye, the cattle could not keep it grazed down. Since I didn’t want to have them eat the heads, I had to pull them off and mow it!
I use Sea Minerals FA as a mineral source for my dairy cows. It has definitely helped reduce the frequency of mastitis and improved cell count. My cows are healthier since getting Sea Minerals. Owen W., Prairie Grove, AR