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Himalayan Salt Lick
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Laurie
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Rating: 5

I LOVE these salt licks

posted 5 years ago

Himalayan salt licks are not only much longer lasting than processed salt, but they are healthy. Processing natural salt turns it into dry sodium, chloride and colour (dye) - you know the stuff your doctor tells you to avoid. This natural salt aids with digestion and enables the liver, kidneys and adrenals to work more efficiently. As well rock salt contains trace and micro-nutrients. The same cannot be said of processed salt. Besides I find horses that won't touch the processed salt will lick this one.

Pros: Salt that is good for the animals

Cons: Absolutely none

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TPMini
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Rating: 3

Preferred Salt Lick

posted 5 years ago

Longer lasting salt lick than the standard block types, and it looks cool.

Pros: Can hang in stall

Cons: Smallish

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