Fulvic Test

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Animal Experiments With Fulvic

Early studies with livestock animals were conducted by Dr. Charles S. Hansen, D.V.M. in the state of California from the early 1960’s through 1967 on an experimental basis. Dr.Hansen’s tests included a blend of fulvic acid and humic acid used as a feed additive. He also used fulvic acid alone as a treatment for specific ailments in livestock. The results of supplement feeding and treatment included.

103. Schlickewei, Dr. W., (1993). Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 112:275-279, Influence of humate on calcium hydroxyapatite implants.

104.  W. Schlickewei, Dept. of Surgery (Traumatology), University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany

105.  U.N. Riede, Dept. of Pathology, University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany. J. Yu, Dept. of Pathology,University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany. W. Ziechmann, Ground chemistry Research Group, University of Gorringen, Germany. E.H. Kuner, Dept. of Surgery (Traumatology), University Hospital, Freiburg, Germany. B. Seubert, Weyl Chemicals, Mannheim, Germany

Dairy Cows

* After 2 months on supplement no bacterial or viral infections.
* Herd of over 300, after 3 months on supplement, increased butterfat production by 15%
* Herd on supplement cut back on high protein rations with no decrease in production.
* All cows on supplement experienced more complete digestion.
* Cows with bacterial infection (mastitis) treated with 1 pint of fulvic acid solution recovered to full production in 12 to 24 hours.
* When using antibiotics to treat mastitis the recovery was only 50%-70% after 2-3 weeks.


* Animals on the supplement experienced better and more complete digestion.
* The free choice supplement in 36 hrs acted as an excellent vermifuge (deworming agent).
* The supplement completely eliminated Necro, a bloody diarrhea in hogs.


* Animal on the supplement experienced more complete digestion.
* When on the supplement were less vicious, more docile.
* Supplemented animals ceased fur chewing.
* Successfully eliminated most diseases common to mink herds.


* Supplementing to feed acted as a vermifuge.
* Pullets given supplement were free of most diseases.
* Pullets on supplement experienced more complete digestion of other feeds in diet.
* Pullets on the supplement produced eggs of superior shell hardness and quality.