Redmond Daily Red provides natural and balanced loose minerals for horses, plus three key vitamins.

Redmond Equine Blog

Read our extensive library of blog and resource articles for information about improving horse health and digestion, treating and preventing common issues like ulcers in horses, colic, diarrhea and dehydration, and many more topics.

How Much Salt to Feed Horses to Prevent Deficiency & Toxicity

Both too much and too little salt can harm horse health. Learn more about symptoms and treatments of salt toxicosis and finding the right mineral balance.

How Much Iron Is in Redmond Equine Products?

Iron requirements for horses are suggested at 500 to 1,200 mg/day. Is my horse getting too much iron in Daily Gold and Redmond Rock?

When & How to Supplement Selenium for Horses

Discover the benefits of selenium for horses, a program to avoid both deficiency and toxicity in horses, and the best equine selenium supplement.

5 Reasons Horses Eat Dirt (and What to Do About It)

Sometimes I see my horse eating dirt. In moderation, dirt is beneficial for your horse. Here are 6 reasons why horses eat dirt, also known as geophagia or pica.

Why Shelby Switched to Loose Horse Minerals | A Redmond Story

Horses may ignore salt blocks and become dehydrated. Redmond Rock Crushed loose mineral salt provides needed trace minerals and electrolytes for horses.

Fortified Horse Minerals Stopped Nikki's Licking | A Redmond Story

Stephanie's horse suffered from pica. Learn how Redmond Daily Red loose horse minerals helped her mare stop licking and achieve a healthy mineral balance.

Redmond Rock Crushed vs. Daily Red Loose Minerals for Horses

Redmond Rock Crushed and Daily Red loose mineral salt supplements both bring your horse back into mineral balance. Which is best for your horse?

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