Case Studies
  • Windmill Angus Ranch – Haigler, NE 
  • JRH Grain Farm – Hickory, NC
  • The Plant Company, KB Farms – Moultrie, GA 
  • Wilson Scotch Mountain Angus Ranch – Potomac, MT 
  • Ginger Hill Angus – Washington, VA 
  • Torske Land & Livestock – Hardin, MT 
    Nutrient Values
    • Enlightened Soil label  
    • Great O Plus Bulk Feed Nutrient Profile 
    • Great O Plus Bulk Feed Nutrient label 
    • Great O Plus Performance Lick Tub label 
        Data and White Papers
        • Lu, Y.; Xu, J. 2015. Phytohormones in microalgae: A new opportunity for microalgal biotechnology? Trends Plant Sci. 20, 273–282. 
        • Holt, Timothy N., and Robert J. Callan. “Pulmonary Arterial Pressure Testing for High Mountain Disease in Cattle.” Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice, no. 3, Elsevier BV, Nov. 2007, pp. 575–96. Crossref, doi:10.1016/j.cvfa.2007.08.001. 
          In-text Citation:(Holt and Callan) 
        • Uysal, O., Uysal, F. O., and Ekinci, K. (2015). Evaluation of microalgae as microbial fertilizer. European Journal of Sustainable Development 4, 77-82. 
        • Raposo, Maria & Morais, Rui. (2011). Chlorella vulgaris as Soil Amendment: Influence of Encapsulation and Enrichment with Rhizobacteria. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 13. 719-724. 
        • Raposo, Maria & Morais, Rui. (2011). Chlorella vulgaris as Soil Amendment: Influence of Encapsulation and Enrichment with Rhizobacteria. International Journal of Agriculture and Biology. 13. 719-724. 
        • Moller M, and Smith ML. 1998. The significance of the mineral component of seaweed suspensions on lettuce (Lactuca sativa L) seedling growth. Journal of Plant Physiology 153:658-663. 
        • Borowitzka MA. 1995. Micro-algae as sources of pharmaceutical and other biologically active compounds. Journal of Applied Phycology 7:3-15; Cannell RJP. 1993. Algae as a source of biologically active products. Pesticide Science 39:147-53. 
        • Romanenko, E.; Kosakovskaya, I.; Romanenko, P. 2016. Phytohormones of microalgae: Biological role and involvement in the regulation of physiological processes. Pt II. Cytokinins and gibberellins. Algologia, 203–229. 
        • Romanenko, E.; Kosakovskaya, I.; Romanenko, P. 2016. Phytohormones of microalgae: Biological role and involvement in the regulation of physiological processes. Pt II. Cytokinins and gibberellins. Algologia, 203–229. 
        • Michalak, I.; Chojnacka, K.; Saeid, 2017. A. Plant growth bio-stimulants, dietary feed supplements and cosmetics formulated with supercritical CO2 algal extracts. Molecules, 22, 66. 
        • Ronga, D., Biazzi, E., Parati, K., Carminati, D., Carminati, E., and Tava, A. 2019. Microalgal bio-stimulants and bio-fertilisers in crop productions. Agronomy 9. 
        • Bromm, Jenna J.; Tokach, Mike D.; Woodworth, Jason C.; Goodband, Robert D.; DeRouchey, Joel M.; Hastad, Chad W.; Post, Zach B.; and Gebhardt, Jordan T. (2021) “Use of O3 Trial Feed to Reduce Omega-6:3 Ratio in PRRS-Virus Challenged Nursery Pigs,” Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station Research Reports: Vol. 7: Iss. 11. https://doi.org/10.4148/2378-5977.8181 
        • Phelps, K.J., J.S. Drouillard, J.S. Jennings. B.E. Depenbusch, C.L. VanBibber-Krueger, K.A. Miller,M.A. Vaughn, D.D. Burnett, and J.M. Gonzalez. 2015. Effect of the Programmed Nutrition Beef Program on feedlot performance and carcass characteristics. J. Anim. Sci. 93:1298-1308.doi: 10.2527/jas.2014-8661. 
        • Ebarb, S.M.,J.S. Drouillard, K.R. Maddock-Carlin, K.J. Phelps, M.A. Vaughn, D.D. Burnett, , C.L. VanBibber-Krueger, C.B. Paulk, D.M. Kreiger, and J.M. Gonzalez 2016. Effect of growth-promoting technologies on Longissimus lumborum muscle fiber morphometrics, collagen solubility, and cooked meat tenderness. J. Anim. Sci. 2016 0:0:doi:10.2527/jas.2015-9888. 
        • Mazur H, Konop A, and Synak R. 2001. Indole-3-acetic acid in the culture medium of two axenic green microalgae. Journal of Applied Phycology 13:35-42. 
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