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Diatomaceous Earth - White Lake Earth

Poultry, Livestock and Animal Feed Additive


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White Lake EarthTM is a naturally pure form of diatomaceous earth, averaging over 83.76% Si02.


White Lake EarthTM is a "natural grade" (uncalcined) DE that comes from our pure, freshwater deposit in Oregon, USA. It is a Food Chemical Codex Grade material made of amorphous silica (the good kind of silica).

White Lake Earth paper bag


About our diatomaceous earth deposit


The White Lake EarthTM deposit contains a variety of fossilized Melosira Species of freshwater diatoms, with a greater number of pores per diatom, and hence greater pore volume.


Available in US: 12 lb, 30 lb, 50 lb paper bags


For use as an inert carrier or anti-caking agent in animal feeds in an amount not to exceed two percent (2%) by weight of total ration.




Composition: Powder

Freeze Temperature: None

Freeze Harm: None

Color: White

Shelf Life: Infinite

Odor: Neutral

Toxicity: None

Flammability: None

Fumes: None

Environmental Hazards: none listed by the EPA or USDA

Surface Area: over 69 m2/g


100% diatomaceous earth


High in SiO2

Less than 0.1% crystalline silica

GRAS (Generally Recognized As Safe)

High pore volume

Massive surface area

All natural

No additives

Freshwater diatoms

Never expires

Meets FDA “Food Chemical Codex Grade” standards

What is Diatomaceous Earth?


Diatomaceous Earth (DE) is a soft, siliceous sedimentary rock containing the fossilized skeletal remains of diatoms.


Diatomaceous Earth is composed primarily of silicon dioxide (Si02). White Lake EarthTM is a naturally pure form of amorphous silicon dioxide and averages over 83.76% Si02, with calcium, magnesium, and other beneficial trace mineral oxides.


What is an Anti-Caking Agent?


Anti-caking agents are added to grain, feed and supplements to absorb moisture that can otherwise lead to clumping and caking. White Lake EarthTM keeps things dry, and improves flowability, while creating an unfavorable environment for mold and bacterial growth.


What is Food Chemical Codex Grade?


To be considered Food Chemical Codex Grade, Diatomaceous Earth must meet a variety of requirements including very low levels of heavy metals like arsenic and lead; White Lake EarthTM satisfies all aspects of the Food Chemical Codex Grade designation.

FAQ - Frequently Asked Questions

For more information on DE and its many uses please go to our FAQ page or visit our blog.

Frequently Asked Questions


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We advise that you do your own research on the benefits of Diatomaceous Earth and make your own decisions. Choosing to use the product for uses other than what it is registered for is done solely at the risk of the end-user. We are not in the position to advise the use of our RLE products for any purpose other than what the product is registered for and what is indicated on the packaging.