U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc. (OTCQB:USMN) announced today that it has shipped the first large order of EXCELERITE(R) to one of the largest farmers in the California’s Imperial Valley for application on new squash, cantaloupe and watermelon crops.
“Imperial Valley is a vast agricultural area consisting of 115,000 acres of annual vegetable production. This sale, though slightly less than $30,000, is a huge break through for USMN. The local Farmers there produce more than 100 different commodities, such as bamboo, sugar cane, flax, corn, artichokes, fish, goats, honey, cilantro, water lilies and more. EXCELERITE(R) will enhance the production and quality of practically any crop,” stated Mike Herod, President and COO of USREM. He further mentioned, “We are aggressively pursuing additional farmer clients in this region for year round EXCELERITE(R) sales.”
U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc.
U.S. Rare Earth Minerals, Inc. (USMN), is engaged in the sales and distribution of products derived from the Company’s mining activities in Nevada relating to certain natural mineral deposits and other natural rare earth minerals. Products of USMN consist of natural minerals for animal consumption as well as agricultural products sold under the brand name EXCELERITE®. Customers of USMN include some of the world’s most widely recognized companies that have well known consumer brands. USMN is headquartered in Bend, Oregon and has executive offices in Las Vegas, Nevada. The company maintains a web site at: www.us-rem.com.
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