Salt is a naturally pure and nutritious salt imported from the Himalayan Mountains.
These Salt licks are an easy and economical way to satisfy your animal’s dietary needs.
The all-natural Himalayan Salt contains minerals essential to animal health. Among the minerals are:
Calcium – promotes strong bones and muscular strength
Magnesium – provides relief from tired and aching bones
Potassium – promote blood and heart health
Horses have to drink enough water to maintain health and avoid the hazards of colic. The salt is of great assistance in this area of health and nutrition. Our salt-on-a-rope is ideal for horses that are stalled, around unfamiliar water on trail rides, or are simply unwilling to drink as much water as needed. The additional water consumed by the horse will help cleanse any toxins and aid in prevention of any digestive problems.
For the playful horse, our Salt lick is entertaining!
Himalayan salt is resistant to rain and will only disintegrate through consumption, therefore eliminating waste. Do protect rock from flood conditions to avoid excessive loss. Mountain Peak Salt cannot be bitten, allowing it to last longer than processed salts and mineral bricks.
Himalayan Salt Settles Stomach
It’s necessary for horses to drink enough water. To maintain health and avoid the hazards of colic, water is vital. In many cases, salt can aid in your trusty steed’s health and nutrition. Horses that are stalled, are exposed to unfamiliar water on trail rides, or are simply unwilling to drink their daily requirement of water will benefit from Himalayan salt licks or salt-on-a-rope. Himalayan Salt contains 62 minerals and vitamins. After consuming salt, the additional water drunk by a horse will help cleanse toxins from his/her body and help prevent digestive problems.
Himalayan salt is resistant to rain and will only disintegrate through consumption, therefore eliminating waste. Our Salt cannot be bitten, allowing it to last longer than processed salts and mineral bricks.
Horses need a minimum amount of sodium and chloride in their daily diet. This can increase during the warm summer months. Your feed may not provide enough salt for your animal to thrive, and inadequate salt consumption may result in licking, chewing, or eating other objects where your horse may taste salt.