|Catherine Sizer from New Castle, Va. wrote on
July 24, 2003:
I have a few things I would like to share with you.
I have been breeding, showing, and raising Nubian dairy goats for over 15 years.
I started using Thorvin kelp a few months ago and I have noticed a total change in my goats. I was a skeptic but it really does them good. I have one nine year old doe that has grown hair on her nose, for some reason she has had thin hair over the bridge of her nose her entire life. I have used several types of mineral supplements over her life span and nothing worked. Her fur is also thicker and very much softer. She used to feel like a wire brush and now her fur is so silky. My entire herd's fur is softer now. I am so glad I decided to try the kelp.
After I posted my "testimonial" on an educational
goat email list, several people have asked me where I get my kelp. I referred
them to Seven Springs Farm of course.