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Diatomaceous Red Lake Earth with Calcium Bentonite

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Red Lake Earth is OMRI listed for use in organic production and is for use in feeds as an anticaking agent or pelleting aid for further manufacturing in feed. Red Lake Earth is environmentally friendly, completely safe and does not contain any antibiotics or harmful chemicals.

  • Ingredients: Diatomaceous Earth and Calcium Bentonite
  • Guaranteed Analysis: Moisture, maximum... 8% Ash (Mineral Matter), maximum... 95%
  • In an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet
  • Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities

Specification Description
Product Weight: 4 lb.
Product Width: 6 in.
Brand: Red Lake Earth
Package Height: 8 in.
Package Length: 6 in.
Package Weight: 4 lb.
Package Width: 6 in.
Product Height: 8 in.
Product Length: 6 in.
Product Type: Diatomaceous Earth
Manufacturer Part Number W230
Diatomaceous Red Lake Earth with Calcium Bentonite is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great product Very happy with this product! It did exactly what it said it would.
Date published: 2018-09-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product... I did my research before purchasing. It's non harmful to humans and pets. I sprinkle this on my carpets a few times a week and vacuum up. I also lightly dust my cats and my dog with it... to help with any flea issues. Works great!
Date published: 2017-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Product My duck was losing his feathers during the coldest part of winter. I tried everything. One of the lady's that works at the store recommended this and it saved him. It is really awesome. I will not be without it .
Date published: 2017-02-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from awesome product, many uses I bought this originally many years ago. have mixed into dog food/cat food, have used in the chicken pens, have used to kill an ant hill, put some into the cat litter pan, can sprinkle on carpets. very good all around use, would certainly suggest this product. A++
Date published: 2016-11-12
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According to the reviews the Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous does not control fleas -- or mites -- if it contains calcium bentonite. My dog has fleas and mites and I am at my wits end. So, really, does this work?

Asked by: Texas Grandma
This item is for use in animal feed. It is not for use in treating fleas or mites.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-05-02

Does this product kills tick and flea on dogs

Asked by: Little kathy
Red Lake Earth is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed 2% of the total diet. Unfortunately, it is not registered for use as a pesticide therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-08-08

Is it safe for human consumption?

Asked by: Jubug79
Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth meets Food Chemical Codex Grade specifications and can be used as a filtering aid or processing aid in food, but cannot be in the end product for human consumption.
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-08-25

Can I use this to keep bugs off vegetable plants?

Asked by: nlnck
Red Lake Earth Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth is registered for use as an anti-caking agent and flow aid to be added to animal feed in an amount not exceeding 2% of the total diet. Red Lake Earth is not registered as an insecticide. However, food grade diatomaceous earth, in general, does kill crawling insects. Our Last Crawl products are registered for use against crawling insects in the home and garden, and contain the same food grade DE found in Red Lake Earth. However, because they are registered insecticides, the DE in Last Crawl is specially labeled for this purpose. When using DE insecticides, such as Last Crawl, please see label for use instructions.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-05-26

Does this product kill tapeworms in a large 60 pound dog? If so, is it safe to be put in his food, and 2 percent of his food is hard to measure ....would a teaspoon do?

Asked by: freesoul777
Red Lake Earth has not been tested against parasites and is not registered for such use, therefore, we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose. Red Lake Earth is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. The following is a chart of feed conversion rates - http://www.absorbentproductsltd.com/diatomaceous-earth-feed-conversion-rates.html
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-22

Is this product safe to use to dust chickens for mites? How old does a chick need to be before this product can be used?

Asked by: Shelgirl
Unfortunately, Red Lake Earth is not registered for use as an insecticide/pesticide (it is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet) therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-03-12

can you put it on your dog's fur the kill fleas

Asked by: Cash Henson
Unfortunately, Red Lake Earth is not registered for use as a pesticide. It is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-22

Is it food safe?

Asked by: cheriefo
Red Lake Earth is registered for use as an anti-caking agent and flow aid to be added to animal feed in an amount not exceeding 2% of the total diet. It is considered to be a Food Chemical Codex Grade product (commonly referred to as “Food Grade”), meaning that it meets certain specifications regarding heavy metal content. To be considered Food Grade, diatomaceous earth must not contain more than 10mg/kg of arsenic and no more than 10mg/kg of lead. Food Chemical Codex Grade DE products also contain less than 1% crystalline silica. Pool Grade DE, on the other hand, is calcined, meaning that is treated with very high heat which turns the silicon dioxide that is present in the DE into crystalline silica. Pool Grade diatomaceous earth, and most other calcined DE products, contain high concentrations of crystalline silica. Crystalline silica is very dangerous and can be harmful to the health of humans and animals. Therefore, Pool Grade diatomaceous earth shouldn't be used for any purpose other than filtration. Unlike Pool Grade DE, most Food Chemical Codex Grade diatomaceous earth products are not calcined and are composed largely of amorphous silica, making them suitable for use in animal feed.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-06-22
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