Products, Prices & Ordering
What Is Dr. Willard's Water?
60 Minutes Interview
People and Dr. Willard's Water
Treatment for Plants, Gardens
Treatment for Livestock, Poultry
Treatment for Pets
Storing Dr. Willard's Water
What's the Difference
Between Clear & XXX?
The following are excerpts from Aqua Vita - The Story of Dr. John
Willard and his Breakthrough Discovery: Catalyst Altered Water by Roy M. Jacobsen

Pets, Poultry & Livestock
Plants & Agriculture
Treatment for Livestock, Poultry
willard water Use on Livestock:
Use in drinking water as a conditioning agent and to relieve stress:
Add two ounces of XXX per 100 gallons of drinking water.

Use in feed to increase digestion and to relieve stress:
Spray the feed until moist with a solution made by adding two ounces XXX per gallon of water.

For irritation of skin, eyes (pink eye), nose or throat:
Spray the infected area with a solution of two ounces XXX per gallon of water.

Use with burns, cuts, sprains or other physical damage:
Spray the injured area 1 - 3 times a day with solution of two ounce per one gallon of water.

Weaning calves:
Add 2 ounces of XXX to 75-100 gallons of water for first day or two.   If using a milk substitute, add 4 ounces of diluted XXX (2 ounce per gallon) to 2 quarts of milk substitute the first day.
Branding, dehorning, castration:
Spray diluted 2 ounce per 1 gallon of water directly on damaged area.

Pour 8 ounces diluted XXX (2 ounce per gallon) directly down throat.

Milk cows:
Spay damaged udders regularly with XXX diluted 2 ounce per gallon water.   For mastitis try injecting 10 cc's diluted directly in the affected quarter.

Foot-rot in sheep and cattle:
Mix 1/2 recommended amount of Combiotic with equal amount of XXX diluted 2 ounce per gallon of water, inject into muscles of infected animal.   Spray infect area with XXX diluted.

Spray XXX diluted 2 ounce per gallon of water 2-3 times a day to relieve sprains and soreness.   Beneficial sprayed on cuts, scratches, insect bites and irritation.

Use with Poultry:
In the production of poultry, there is such a wide variation in facilities and magnitude of operation that it is difficult to specify exact concentrations of Dr. Willard's Water XXX to be used.   We have used our products for most breeds and classes of chickesn, trukeys, cornish game hens, quail, pheasants, ducks and geese.
We will therefore give you general directions and each operator should experiment to find ideal conditions for his operation.   We do know that if you are using antibiotic in water and feed, you must reduce the amount of antibiotics to 1/2 to 1/3. The XXX increases the effectiveness of the antibiotic to harmful levels.
The following statement was made by the operator of a small hatchery producing chickens, quail, pheasants, ducks and geese, who has used Dr. Willard's Water for several years.
"In general, birds on XXX had better survival rates, grew faster on less feed, required less space and were far quieter; which in turn required less work, time and expense to return more meat or eggs for use or sale."

For use in drinking water:
Add 2 ounce XXX to one gallon of water, then out of the diluted gallon add 1 ounce to one gallon of water.

For automated water systems:
Add one ounce XXX to each 70 gallons of water.   Use for all birds from day old chicks to mature layer or meat.

For use with feed:
Add 2 ounces XXX to one gallon of water.   Mix 1000 pounds of feed with this gallon of diluted XXX.   Spray onto the feed.