Himalayan Salt for Horses


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Product Summary:

Himalayan Salt on a Rope

Give your horse a little treat with Himalayan salt for horses. Known as “white gold” in many parts of the world, Himalayan rock salt is the purest form of salt available on earth.
Mined from ancient deposits deep in the Himalayas, these rock hard salt licks contain many of the valuable minerals your horse needs to promote a healthy balance in the body. Himalayan salt encourages your horses to drink, which can aid in the prevention of any digestion problems.
Himalayan salt licks are resistant to rain and biting, so they will last longer!

  • Iron, potassium, and magnesium, which are particularly useful in replenishing electrolytes lost during hard work
  • Literally 'rock hard' so horses are unable to bite chunks off—a problem that can occur with softer 'pressed' salt licks

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long lasting and he loves it!
janet a on Sep 16, 2016
extra variety for them
Sara H on Aug 19, 2016
stalled horses really seem to enjoy these. needed a replacement.
liz t on Aug 29, 2016
My horse just loves it. We take it with us when we travel and go to shows. Keeps him calm in his stall and something for him to look forward to.
Diane A on Aug 9, 2016
how do you hang them up?
princess on Apr 9, 2016
Best Answer: It depends on where we are. These are especially good when you go camping and have stalls. We have hung them on the 2x6's dividing the stalls using twine from the bales of hay and we have used the bucket straps as well. Only issue we have had is the rope sometimes comes loose, Then we just string the twine from the bale of hay through the hole & tie it off. When ready to go home, just clip or untie the twine and take it home with you.
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