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Redmond Rock salt is packed with trace minerals for horses.

Rock Salt vs. Mineral Block: Which is Best for My Horse?

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How Your Horse's Redmond Rock Salt Lick Was Made

How is a Redmond Rock horse salt lick made and what's in it? Learn how nature created our salt and packed in over 60 beneficial trace minerals for horses.

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How Long Does a Horse Mineral Rock Last?

Longevity of free choice salts for horses is affected by rain, deficiencies, and horse stress levels. Read about how long your horse's salt lick should last.

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4 Common Horse Care Myths Regarding Salt for Horses

Wondering why horses lick salt and if your horse needs a salt block? Read these 4 myths about equine health and how to provide your horse the salts and minerals it needs.

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Iron for Horses:  How Much is Too Much?

Iron for horses is an important trace mineral and essential to life. Iron overload is also a potentially serious condition. How much iron is too much?

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A Redmond Story:  Janet's Show Horses Get the Trace Minerals They Need With Redmond Rock

Redmond Rock is a natural horse salt lick with 60+ trace minerals and electrolytes for horses. It helped Janet's horses better than processed salt blocks.

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A Redmond Story: How Taylor Got Her Horse to Drink More Water

Taylor's horse Jin exhibited lethargy and other signs of dehydration in horses. She used Redmond Rock and Rein Water to get her horse to drink more water.

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A Redmond Story:  Why Sue Changed Her Horse's Salt Lick to Redmond Salt

A dehydrated horse can suffer serious conditions like compaction colic. Redmond salt supplements get horses to drink more water and deliver trace minerals.

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Is My Horse Getting Too Much Iron in Daily Gold or Redmond Rock?

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?

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