HAVE YOU CONSIDERED USING GARLIC TO HELP REPEL FLIES AND TICKS?
"Redmond Rock Crushed with garlic is both versatile and beneficial. It delivers essential minerals, triggers thirst response, supports good gut health, and naturally repels biting flies that annoy and bother your horse's skin."
DR JESSICA HUNTINGTON, DVM
WHY USE REDMOND GARLIC FOR HORSES
A delicious natural alternative to other pest repellents that works!
NATURALLY REPEL FLIES, MOSQUITOES, & TICKS
Garlic formula keeps your horse comfortable and protects skin by naturally repelling biting insects.
Rich in selenium to deliver antioxidant defense and support immune and thyroid function.
DELIVER NECESSARY MINERALS & ELECTROLYTES
Formulated specifically for horses, Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic contains a complete balance of over 60 trace minerals.
IMPROVE RESPIRATORY FUNCTION
Garlic aids the respiratory system and naturally helps treat and prevent lung diseases and infections.
GREAT GUT HEALTH
Garlic is friendly to the gut; it promotes good flora while inhibiting disease-promoting bacteria and parasites
Redmond Rock Crushed is a proven electrolyte replacement that prevents dehydration and supports active horses' energy demands.
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 63+ 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
"During the summer, my horse Chicken always needed a fly sheet and mask to protect against irritation from flies and mosquitoes. Without this protection, he'd rub his mane out. Since feeding Crushed with garlic, I've seen a noticeable decrease in flies. Chicken isn't mane rubbing now, is drinking more, and no longer needs outer protection to ward off pests."KIM ROBINSON, SALINA, UT
GIVE YOUR HORSE THE MINERALS IT NEEDS
REDMOND ROCK CRUSHED WITH GARLIC INGREDIENTS:
Unrefined Salt, Garlic Oil
HORSES & GARLIC FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The short answer is yes. Garlic induced anemia can happen quickly if your horse is snacking on wild garlic and onions growing in pastures, or slowly, as a result of over-supplementing. For a more detailed explanation, learn more here: https://blog.redmondequine.com/how-much-garlic-should-i-feed-my-horse
Heinz body anemia often comes up when garlic and horses are considered. Feeding more than 0.4 grams per kilogram body weight of freeze-dried garlic has led to Heinz body anemia in horses. This is the equivalent of feeding a 500-kilogram (1,100-pound) horse 200 or more grams per day, which is just under half a pound. That's a lot of garlic! While this amount could easily be consumed by horses eating wild garlic growing in pastures it is unlikely you would give this amount on purpose.
The garlic oil used in Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic is 12x stronger than garlic alone. It is 25% more concentrated than gallium (a garlic additive manufactured in Italy). Redmond garlic is not a flavor, but rather a garlic oil that acts as functional food additive meant to improve animal health and performance. If you were to use dried garlic on your feed, you would be looking at 8-9x the cost to reach the same potency, and dosage accuracy would be incredibly hard to achieve.
We do not recommend that you use garlic for your horse year-round. Follow appropriate dosage instructions based on your horse’s size and use only during fly season (max 6 months consecutively).
We always recommend using Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic in combination with Daily Gold. However, Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic and Daily Red are targeted to meet different needs and should not be fed together. Learn more here: https://blog.redmondequine.com/should-i-feed-redmond-rock-crushed-and-daily-red-together
If this is your first experience with this product, here are some things you will want to know:
- You will want to start feeding Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic 2-3 weeks before fly season sets in for your location. Regular consumption will create an odor that these pests stay away from, but it takes 2-3 weeks for that to happen.
- Feed Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic daily to encouraged hydration, deliver necessary minerals and electrolytes, and as a natural repellent for flies, mosquitoes, ticks, and other biting insects.
- Follow the recommended dose on the packaging. You can over feed garlic, but if you follow the safe dosage instructions, your horse will be safe.
- Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic is not a pesticide. It is a repellent. The pests will not go away, but your horse will see relief from the biting and irritation.
Feed Redmond Rock Crushed with Garlic daily to encourage hydration, deliver necessary minerals and electrolytes, and naturally repel flies, mosquitoes, ticks and other biting insects. (Do not serve Free Choice)
|SMALL HORSE||MEDIUM HORSE||LARGE HORSE|
|Weight||300 - 600 lbs||600 - 1200 lbs||1300 - 2000 lbs|
|Amount||1/2 to 1 Scoops||2 Scoops||3 Scoops|