Why feed kelp to your herd?

Kelp is a natural feed supplement that is packed full of bioavailable minerals and vitamins. Kelp can be fed to cattle, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, and even chicken. Feeding kelp to livestock is an excellent source in filling in micronutrient deficiencies so the herd can improve digestion functions, reproductively, and their immune system. Healthier animals equal better productivity.
Here at Midwestern BioAg we provide Thorvin Kelp. Thorvin Kelp contains a broad array of bioavailable minerals, amino acids, and vitamins for superior metabolic health. Thorvin is the leading organic feed supplement that is 100% all-natural with no additives. They dry their products slowly with geothermal energy to hold in all the natural minerals and vitamins without cooking and burning them out. Throvin compared to other kelp has the highest selenium content where other kelp products can’t even put selenium on their label for the content is so small. That is why Thorvin is the most nutrient-dense kelp-based ingredient on the market. Selenium is an essential trace element for livestock. Selenium is required for normal growth, fertility, and improve immune system function.
Thorvin delivers more nutrients per pound so it only takes small amounts to help fill micronutrient deficiencies. The benefits of feeding Thorvin to your herd include improved reproduction health, improved calf development, improved immune and thyroid function, and prevents disease. Thorvin Kelp enhances cattle performance as it contains selenium and zinc, which supports breed back and weight gain. Thorvin kelp also supports animal health, for It contains zinc and iodine, which prevents foot rot and also contains copper and selenium that prevents pink eye. Thorvin delivers more iodine and lower moisture per pound. Thorvin kelp can be blended into a ration or feed free-choice – alone or with salt. Thorvin for animals contributes to lower vet bills and helping to keep livestock at their healthy best. 
Contact Bailey at nutrition@midwesternbioag.com