Humates (from “Humus”) are made from the decomposition of plant matter, over many thousands of years. As decaying plant matter, humus, is decomposed by microorganisms and can eventually become coal or a soft, shale-like material called “Leonardite”.


  • Improving growth of animals by increasing digestion of protein and trace element utilization
  • Immunity development, anti-inflammatory activity, antiviral properties as well as prevention of intestinal diseases, mainly diarhoea in humans and animals
  • Humates block or reduce the production of stress causing hormones and work with DNA and cell division, preventing cellular mutation during reproduction
  • It inhibits bacterial and fungal growth, at the same time decrease levels of mycotoxins and toxic heavy metals in feed
  • Decrease cases of cow’s mastitis significantly, decreasing mortality rate
  • Contribute animals productivity (milk and eggs yield) due to better cells nutrition