AZOMITE®, an acronym for the "A to Z of Minerals Including Trace Elements, was trademarked by founder, Rollin Anderson in the early 1940s. Anderson tested and sold crushed AZOMITE® as a feed additive and soil amendment, throughout Utah and California, until businessman W. Wesley Emerson took an interest in further development and leased the reserves in 1988.
In April of 2011, AZOMITE’s operations were consolidated to its current Nephi, Utah headquarters, where significant streamlining of production has been implemented in proximity to its source. As Company President of the newly formed AZOMITE Mineral Products, Inc., Emerson further developed the AZOMITE® market and created a team capable of achieving significant goals for the future. AZOMITE® continues to become a mainstay in agriculture around the world, as a poultry and livestock feed ingredient and a remineralizing soil fertilizer.
As of 2014, under the leadership of Jim Phillips as Company President and CEO, the company and its production facilities continue to reach for exciting new heights.
To utilize the unique, nutient-rich AZOMITE® source as a base to provide innovative, high quality, organic and ecologically friendly feed ingredients and soil remineralizing products; while improving the human conndition.
AZOMITE® is a 100% naturally-derived feed additive and soil remineralizer mined at a single source in Utah. This unique deposit was formed by a natural volcanic eruption as volcanic ash was deposited into an ancient seabed — and pushed to the surface by tectonic activity. 80 years after its initial discovery, AZOMITE is now available in over seventy countries throughout the world and is America's premier volcanic ash based natural mineral fertilizer.
Mineral depletion of soils is a growing global concern. Soil management programs that include trace mineral supplementation have been shown to produce higher crop yields with higher nutritional value. AZOMITE® offers an organic, sustainable solution by adding mineral nutrients to depleted soils, which can be taken up by plants. Minerals can increase capacity to withstand drought and temperature fluctuations, ultimately improving the nutrient content and yields of the food supply. Global hunger and malnutrition are issues that AZOMITE® can support in keeping with its mission.
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