As a long-term Commercial Member, Southern Humates have always been very supportive of the ODPG, and we are pleased to welcome them as one of our sponsors for 2023. Their humate-rich products and organic inputs give soil health a real boost, and they have products for animal health too.
The biological solution for all your soil and animal health needs
Southern Humates offers you the very best in soil and animal health for your farm. Using nutrient-rich humate from a unique humate stream in Southland, Southern Humates have consistently high levels of humic acid in its products. Southern Humates is backed by scientific research, has been independently tested and is certified for organic input.
Humic acids are essential to life on earth and when they become depleted through modern farming practices, soil problems develop resulting in poor performance of plants and stock. Southern Humates stimulate microbial activity within the soil, which increases bacteria and fungi levels, leading to improved plant quality, better yields and greater productivity.
Not only do Humic acids benefit the soil, but they are also equally important in boosting stock health. The humic acid in our humate along with the high levels of carbon aid an animals ability detox when facing a disease challenge. The carbon in humates absorb any toxins your animals may encountering and cause them to be discharged via the digestive tract. Particularly in the situation of calf rearing, farmers are finding that by having humates available as a loose lick, prevention is better than the cure.
2023 ODPG Conference | ORGANICS Past, Present & Future
A packed TWO-DAY ORGANIC FARMING CONFERENCE in WAIKATO on APRIL 19th + 20th
- Six knowledgeable speakers
- Two fascinating field trips.
- A chance for all those with an interest in organic, regenerative and biological farming to get together, learn together and share ideas.
We hope you can join us!
WE’D LIKE TO THANK ALL OUR SPONSORS who were extremely patient while we hastily changed our conference location from the site of cyclone devastation in Hawkes Bay.