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How can seaweed improve the lives and performance of your livestock? It’s a question we’re always striving to answer for our customers. Whether you’re raising cattle or swine, poultry or goats, there’s value you can obtain from our Acadian Kelp™ seaweed livestock feed supplements.

Here are some of our 2021 blogs to provide you and your animals with the greatest value as we enter the new year.


Feeding Pigs Seaweed to Improve Their Health and Performance

Whether you want to fortify your swine against disease or improve their performance, the quality and nutrition available from your feed regimen is an essential contributor. Increasingly, more research is pointing to the value of adding seaweed like Ascophyllum nodosum as a supplement to swine feed to get the best results for their health and resilience.

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Can Using Acadian Kelp for Chickens Make Your Eggs More Appealing & Nutritious?

Crack an egg into your frying pan, and you’ll decide how good it’s going to be before your taste buds even try it out. The visual appearance of your eggs matters just as much as the flavor itself – which means that laying hens need to be supplied with the right nutrients to remain healthy and pass the surplus along to their ovum. Here’s what seaweed has to offer.

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How Seaweed Is Helping Curb Methane Emissions from Livestock and Boost Feed Efficiency

Greenhouse gases are at record highs, which threatens the stability of farmers’ work as well as their ordinary lives. With 15% of all methane emissions linked to livestock, there’s an opportunity for large-scale and small-scale operations to help cut down on greenhouse gases. Emerging science is testing how different types of seaweed as a feed supplement may reduce your eco-footprint while also enhancing the feed efficiency of your herd.

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How Our Animal Feed Processing Methods Result in Higher Quality Products

Finding a pure and reliable source for feed ingredients can be a challenge these days. Whether it’s supply chain issues or chemicals and pollutants impacting your raw ingredients, many companies are struggling to find the right supplier. With our pride in high-quality, Acadian Kelp™ maintains animal feed processing methods that elevate our products and equip producers with unquestionable quality in their livestock feed regimens.

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How We Keep Our Seaweed Certified Organic Feed Ingredients

By 2028, consumer demand is anticipated to turn organic feed into a $12.6 billion market. Farmers who want a piece of that pie need to start the process with trustworthy organic sources of nutrients. Our Acadian Kelp™ products are certified organic feed ingredients that are harvested from all-natural, traceable sources and align with Pro-Cert Organic, OMRI Listed for Organic Use, USDA Organic, and Canada Organic certifications.

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Why Feeding Kelp to Goats Is the Right Call for Their Health & Wellbeing 

Your goats are pickier than they’re given credit for and will disregard any fodder that doesn’t satisfy their nutritional needs. That’s why it’s important to include feed supplements in their regimen that nourishes them, but also enhances their performance and immune response. Here’s how Ascophyllum nodosum can achieve that goal.

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3 Nutrients Kelp Meal for Chickens Provides Your Poultry and Eggs 

Small or large flock, you’re responsible for the nutrition of your chickens. That means selecting feed and supplements that furnish your birds with the necessary nutrients they need to thrive. When you choose, a seaweed feed supplement for your flock, you provide them with a multitude of nutrients that can improve their health, immune system, and production. Here are just some of the vitamins, minerals and organic compounds that help improve the quality of your meat and eggs.

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Want to stay current with the latest seaweed news? Check out the Acadian Kelp™ blog for insight into raising healthier and more productive livestock.


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