ARE YOU LOOKING FOR AN ALL-NATURAL SALT BLOCK?
"A lot of horse salt blocks have added chemicals and are not natural. I did not like the way they're produced and did not want to put them in my horses' systems. Redmond Rock is a natural salt rock that is mined out of the ground. My horses like it, they lick it, and it works."
WHY CHOOSE REDMOND ROCK MINERAL SALT FOR HORSES
The minerals in Redmond Rock can help restore and bring your horse back into natural mineral balance.
PACKED WITH MINERALS
Redmond Rock contains 60 + trace minerals to nourish and naturally balance your horse.
EXCELLENT HYDRATION AID
Contains essential electrolytes that encourage your horse to drink more.
BETTER THAN HIMALAYAN
Our rock contains more than twice the mineral content of Pakistani-mined Himalayan rock.
WILL NOT DISSOLVE
Our solid rock holds up better in wet weather than manufactured pressed blocks.
MINED IN THE USA
100% of our mineral salt rock is mined, sorted, and packaged right here in America.
PREFFERED BY HORSES
Eight out of ten horses choose Redmond Rock over the competition.
WHAT MAKES REDMOND ROCK
DIFFERENT FROM A MINERAL BLOCK
Horse owners provide salts licks for horses to replace essential trace minerals and to trigger their thirst for water. But not all salt licks are created equal. Manufactured, pressed horse blocks usually contain six or seven artificially-added minerals. All-natural Redmond Rock has 60+ beneficial trace minerals for horses.
"My horses are no longer eating the ground and licking everything in sight to find what’s lacking in their nutrition. They’re getting what they need every day as a free-choice supplement with Redmond Rock."DREW CLARK
"I have used the Redmond Salt rocks for several years. They are harder and last longer than conventional salt blocks. I like the mineral content as well. I just drop them in the bottom of my feed bins . My horses love these things !! (I started getting the rocks without ropes because my horse would grab it and take it out of the feed bin with the rope)."SHELLY M.
"It took my horses a day or two but they love their new salt rocks! And, honestly, my older horses are already more bright-eyed and everyone seems happier. I am so glad I found Redmond!"ERIN D.
"I love the Redmond Rocks and how healthy they are for my horses. Also, your customer service is superb! When I called about the error with my order, you immediately sent another shipment to more than correct the error. Thank you for that! And thank you for a great product!"NANNETTE
MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS FOR HORSES
REDMOND ROCK INGREDIENTS:
Unrefined Mineral Salt
REDMOND ROCK FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
On average, a 9-pound Redmond Rock lasts one horse about three months. If your horse is depleted in salt and minerals, it may consume more Redmond Rock until its body reaches a healthy mineral level. Learn more about how long Redmond Rock lasts in this blog.
Redmond Rock is a very dense product because Mother Nature placed it under extreme underground pressure for thousands of years. Redmond Rock is soluble but holds up in rain and snow much better than manufactured, pressed blocks.
It’s possible but unlikely. Horses balance salt and mineral intake by drinking water. Without water, your horse could run into trouble. Always provide access to fresh, clean water to flush out excess salt. Read this article to learn more: https://blog.redmondequine.com/can-my-horse-overeat-salt
This occasionally happens. Here are a few possible reasons:
- Your horse doesn’t like licking things, maybe because of a sensitive tongue.
- Your horse is getting enough salt and minerals from another mineral source.
- Your forage is exceptional and provides the minerals your horse needs.
No! Redmond Rock salt is mined in the USA. (We kind of like that.) Redmond Rock also contains around 7% mineral content compared to 3% of most Pakistani-mined Himalayan rock.
The short answer is no. For more information, read this article: https://blog.redmondequine.com/will-horses-get-too-much-iron-from-redmond-rock
Include Redmond Rock as a free-choice salt and mineral supplement in your horse’s pasture or stall. Always provide your horse access to fresh water.