WHERE DOES THORVIN KELP COME FROM & HOW IS IT HARVESTED?
Thorvin kelp is produced in a pristine environment close to the Arctic Circle. Thorvin kelp is geothermically dried under low temperatures that keep the vitamins, minerals, and enzymes intact.
Thorvin kelp is inspected and certified organic by the Icelandic Certification Agency TUN. Thorvin is inspected by QAI (Quality Assurance International), a U.S. reciprocating organization. Thorvin is the ONLY kelp meal currently OMRI (Organic Materials Review Institute) listed for livestock feed.
Pure ocean marine algae seaweed from the world's cleanest and richest sea waters, Thorvin kelp contains 60 minerals, natural vitamins and other health factors. Thorvin icelandic kelp is 100% organic and complies with the USDA NOP organic feed requirements. Thorvin is the highest quality kelp available. We have tried and compared Norwegian and Acadian kelp meals and neither contain the high percentages of vitamins, minerals, micro nutrients, and amino acid that Thorvin kelp does.
Thorvin kelp contains over 60 minerals (calcium, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, sulfur, cobalt, copper, iodine, iron, maganese, selenium, etc.); 17 amino acids, including lysine, hystidine, and proline; vitamins A, B1, B6 (Niacin), B12, D, E, and K; carbohydrates; plant growth hormones - auxins, cytokinins, and gibberellins.
We keep Thorvin kelp meal out free choice for all the livestock: goats, llamas, and poultry. Additionally, we keep it in their daily organic herb/grain/seed mix. We feed Thorvin kelp in our cats and dogs raw food. We also use it extensively on our acreage for fertilizing ALL the trees, plants, herbs, ground covers; when transplanting; and in the compost piles.
Ingredients: Certified 100% Organic Seaweed Meal