About SEA MINERALS:
SEA MINERALS works as a soil fertility supplement that re-mineralizes the soil. SEA MINERALS comes from very clean sea water.Tests have shown that this product contains all the minerals in the same proportions that those same minerals occur in the blood of healthy animals. Anyone who wants to improve the mineral content of their soil and vegetation can do so by applying SEA MINERALS.
Animals benefit from free choice access to SEA MINERALS and from feeding on pastures, hay, and grain grown on SEA MINERALS
SEA MINERALS was the ultimate result of 30 years of testing and experimenting by Dr. Maynard Murray.
SEA MINERALS is nearly 100% water soluble in contrast to rock powders which are not.
SEA MINERALS is helpful to all types of soil and any growing conditions.
SEA MINERALS produces major improvements in plant growth (volume) and improves the nutrient value of hay and grains grown on it. SEA MINERAL enriched soils will produce hay and pasture that is strongly preferred by all types of livestock. Animals grown with the advantage of access to SEA MINERALS in their food mature earlier, are healthier, and noticeably heavier.
By making SEA MINERALS available to the farming community at less than 20% of the cost of commercial fertilizer, we plan to improve the quality of life for both the farmer and the end user of the produce.
Recent Testimonials 2013
I used Sea Minerals FA on 40 acres of soybeans last year with a biological. We only got 2 applications on before harvest. The tap roots were over 20 inches deep and we got 50 bushels per acre. Our soybeans were awarded purple ribbons at the Iowa State Fair! We put Sea Minerals FA on one patch of our alfalfa 1 time after the first cutting. That patch was 8 inches taller than the patch right beside it that had no Sea Minerals on it. Earl S.-Valley Falls, KS
I used Sea Minerals FA on 1-70 acre hay field. The field across the road had only commercial fertilizer used on it. The 70 acres were greener and taller. I kept the Sea Mineral hay separate to see how the cattle would respond to it. I feed 6 bales at a time on a cotton trailer so I alternated bales of the Sea Mineral hay with the non-Sea Mineral hay. Every time the cattle ate the Sea Mineral hay first. Guy O. -West Monroe, LA
I planted 3 plots to test Sea Minerals FA. 13 acres-no fertilizer-produced no beans. 15 acres-soil tested and used K State recommendations-produced 7 bushels per acre. 3 acres-used Sea Minerals FA-produced 30 bushels per acre. Terry L. - Berryton KS
We have been using Sea Minerals FA on our farm so last summer I decided to use it on an apple tree that has never produce more that 3-5 apples a year. In the spring, we poured the 2 gallons around the drip line. Later in the spring, we sprayed the foliage. Then came the drought! Our neighbor, who usually has apples enough to give away, had no apples. Our tree was so full the branches nearly touched the ground! Julie N.-Barnard MO
I raise rabbits. After seeing the results people were having with chickens using Sea Minerals FA, I decided to try it. I mixed Sea Minerals FA into their water 3 times each week. What a change! Instead of averaging 7 healthy babies per litter, I now get 10 healthy babies. Their fur slicked up, they stopped eating on the wood and they come to weight faster. I am totally amazed and satisfied! John H.-Tulsa OK
I have had acne and been on antibiotics for 20 years. I mixed Sea Minerals FA, aloe vera, and Dawn dish soap together and used it as a face wash. My face has totally cleared up and I am off the antibiotics! Jody W.-Claremore, OK
I have 30 acres of mixed grass (blue stem, lespedeza, and fescue). I sprayed Sea Minerals FA twice last year. I got 13 more round bales than last year, even with the drought. Terry S.-Claremore, OK
In the spring of 2011, I planted a wheat and rye mix on 80 acres. It was sprayed 2 times with Sea Minerals FA. In March, I turned 107 momma cows into that field. Over the spring, I ended up with 75 calves in addition to the cows. In spite of the drought, those 107 cows and 75 calves grazed that field from March to September. When I took them off, they had grazed it to the ground. I mean the sand was blowing. I live west of Oklahoma City in north Caddo County and the drought was bad. I let it grow back to 4 inches and then sprayed it twice. By April 15 it was head high and so thick you could not walk through it because all the leaves had stayed on the plant and were still green! We baled 4 5X5 bales to the acre. I figured out that I had $30/acre in it. That’s counting seed, diesel, and Sea Minerals FA. Amazing! Randy H, Lookeba OK