Hi, Had a soil test done on my new land. It came back as sand over clay over limestone. Not any surprises there. The minerals are all in the correct amounts except for Magnesium which is low making the Ca/Mg ratio wrong. The soil is neutral so the report that came back said not to do anything. I queried adding dolomite to raise the Mg level and was told no because that would make the soil alkaline which would be bad. I can see that but wonder what I should do about the low Mg levels. The soil guy was of the opinion as I am not planning on running breeding cows on the land it doesn't matter. With breeding cows there is a risk of grass tetany which is basically the cow runs out of Mg and if not treated suffers from a bad case of the ups and dies. Does anyone have any ideas?