Natural Acidified calcium Sulfate is a non-corrosive hydroscopic powder which offers organic growers ammonia control by lowering pH and reducing caking.
Proven I University pen trials and field tests demonstrate pH Shield provides ammonia control equal to or better than other products without hazardous ingredients.
Better litter Quality! pH Shield is formulated to increase moisture holding capacity, reducing caking without becoming too dusty.
Improves composting! Successful composting requires nitrogen, oxygen, proper C:N ratio and moisture to encourage microorganism activity. pH shield retains free ammonia in the form of ammonium sulfate a more stable form of nitrogen. Increases water holding capacity and porosity (void spaces) which reduces clumping and allows oxygen to penetrate.
Protect your investment! pH Shield’s Non-Hazardous ingredients protect the health, comfort and welfare of workers and birds who make contact. Calcium sulfate is noncorrosive increasing the life of poultry house equipment and structures.
A Better start for your next flock: Other litter amendments lose their ammonia control capability after several weeks. pH Shield treated litter has less caking for easier house preparation and is lower in pH at the end of the flock which provides better ammonia control at the start of the next flock.
Improves litter value by adding calcium and sulfate for a more balanced fertilizer value while reducing the amount of soluble phosphorous – Water extractable phosphorus (WEP). Testing for litter WEP when Nutrient management planning (NMP) will allow more litter to be applied per acre without exceeding allowable phosphorous levels keeping the P where you need it – in the field available for crops.
pH Shield protects you, your flock and the environment!
pH Shield Organic Ammonia Control
Litter conditioners: Using regular gypsum provides all the benefits of pH Shield without aggressive ammonia control.
Pulverized Gypsum Litter Conditioner
Ultra-Fine Organic Gypsum Litter Conditioner
USA Gypsum Drop Spreader for Powder
“Ammonia concentration, litter moisture and pH were significantly lower in the gypsum treatment than the shavings treatment at both 21 and 40 day of age. No differences in broiler performance, livability or paw score were observed” University of Georgia, Athens, GA
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