Himalayan Salt for Horses
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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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Why did you choose this?
does it melt in rain?
Best Answer: Ours didn't, but then again, we live in the desert so we don't get much rain. We do get snow and snow melt and it doesn't seem to affect it much. The horses love it for licking and playing.
Could a horse bit through the rope?
Best Answer: They "could" but it would take a lot of chewing. The ropes that came on the four I ordered where very stiff and had a bit of copper wire woven into them. I have used these for four very "everything" thats not nailed down must be a toy geldings. One of which is a 18hh, 2000lb draft who chews on everything...the rope has never been chewed on or through and holds up very well even after they have eaten the salt off them...ive used the rope bits to hang other toys!
Does this provide any nutrients?
Best Answer: Yes. It provides sodium and chloride. Most horses require 1-2 ounces per day, more in hot weather and when they are expending more energy.
is there freight on this?
Best Answer: I can't remember the specifics of this transactions but I can tell you that I typically wait until horse,com offers their free shipping sale/offer. Great deal! On heavier items I sometimes need to pay a small 'over-weight' shipping fee. I have found that it even with this small fee it is usually better price then I can get elsewhere. I hope that helps.