Sea-90 Ocean Minerals for Livestock Management and Animal Husbandry

Sea-90 Ocean Minerals is the world’s leading, all-natural mineral and trace element salt.  With all of nature’s minerals and trace elements in perfect balance, Sea-90 ensures your herd has the nutritional support it needs to thrive.  Substitute Sea-90 in place of stocking salt and other “sea salts” to boost nutrition and hydration, and observe animal behavior to determine if additional mineral supplementation may be decreased as well.  Often, Sea-90’s mineral and trace element content provides the necessary nutrients without additional input costs.  

Sea-90 is also available with organic garlic for all-natural fly, flea, and tick control.  Sea-90 Premium Mineral Salt and Sea-90 Premium Mineral Salt with Garlic are available loose and in ultra-durable, weather-proof blocks.  For bulk orders and blocks, please visit our Distributors or Contact Us for a Freight Quote.

Loose Sea-90 minerals can be fed free choice or added to daily rations.  Recommended daily quantities are below (for both Sea-90 Premium Mineral Salt and Premium Mineral Salt with Garlic); please be sure to always consult with your veterinarian on your animal’s needs:

Beef Cattle:  2 ounces per animal per day.

Dairy Cattle:  4 ounces per animal twice per day.  

Smaller Ruminants:  1/2 ounce per animal per day.

For Dairy Cattle and other Milking Ruminants, we exclusively recommend our standard Sea-90.  

Sea-90 is also the best sea salt to create a livestock brine tank, one of the most efficient ways to remineralize your herd.  To create a brine tank, add approximately 20 - 25 lbs. of Sea-90 per 300 gallon tank.  More information about livestock brine tanks can be found from Steve Campbell.

When beginning a Sea-90 program, it is common for mineral deficient animals to “gorge” with a higher-than-average consumption.  This may occur for 1-3 weeks, as the animals remineralize themselves.  Once re-balanced they’ll “back off” and daily consumption will return to standard levels.  

Learn More: How and Why We Need to Give Salt to All Livestock