HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals
“Natural alternative to fertilizer”
HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals supports the mineral requirements of the grass and soil. It contributes to higher quality and nutritional value of the grass.
HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals supports the mineral needs of the grass and the soil. It contributes to a higher quality and nutritional value of the grass and it supports a higher dry matter content. HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals is completely natural and suitable for all horses, including horses that are sensitive to sugars. It makes the grassland richer and healthier in nutritional value, but does not have the negative effects (eg causing itching) that fertilizer can have in horses.
The concentrated Bering Sea water contains all the macro and micro elements available on Earth. Most of the sodium has been extracted from the Bering Sea water. Meadow Minerals has not been chemically or heat treated, so that all micro-organisms are still intact. HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals naturally contains fulvic acids.
HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals is suitable for all types of pastures and will give an improved grass quality, especially on sandy soils.
- Improves chlorophyll production
- Provides a higher dry matter content
- Provides a higher antioxidant content
- Increases production
- Supports and improves soil life
You apply meadow minerals to the grassland 3 times a year for the best results. A 5 liter jerry can of Meadow Minerals is good for one-off treatment of 1 hectare of grassland. Horses are allowed back on land immediately.
Distribute a jerry can of 5 litres of HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals (diluted with at least 200 litres of water) over a hectare of grassland at least three times a year. This amounts to 1 litre (diluted with 40 litres) per 2000 m2. Distribution can be done via watering can or pressure sprayer or sprinkler system. Not in full sun, preferably on an overcast day when large amounts of rain are not forecast.
HELTIE horse® Meadow Minerals can be used on all grasslands. The clearest effect will be seen on poor soils. Horses may return to the land immediately.
Concentrated Bering Sea water