Redmond Minerals Inc

Redmond Rock on a Rope

Item# 33106R
Weight: FOB 5.0 Lbs
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Redmond Rock on a Rope is a great alternative to keeping your Redmond Rock on the ground or feed dish.

Each 3-5 pound Rock on a Rope hangs on a natural hemp rope, ideal for hanging the rock in a barn, stall, or fence post. Tie it tight against the post to make it easier for your horse to lick, or give the rope some slack to create a healthy alternative to candy balls and other boredom busters in the stall. Outdoors, tying Redmond Rock on a Rope to a fence keeps the rock out of the dirt and mud, and tying it lower on a gate allows your horse to maintain the posture horses naturally assume when foraging.

Product Details:

  • The minerals in Redmond Rock can help restore and bring your horse back into his natural mineral balance.
  • Your horses will get more than 60 trace minerals and electrolytes in a natural blend only nature could have made.
  • Redmond Rock contains around 7% mineral content compared to around 3% that most Pakistan mined Himalayan rock contains
  • On average, a 9 lb Redmond Rock will last a horse about 3 months.
  • Provide fresh, clean water at all times.
  • Water is how the horse balances their sodium and mineral intake.
  • Redmond Rock is mined, sorted and packaged right here in the USA

Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

(based on 4 reviews)

Northville, MI
November 09, 2019
"Great product. My horse loves it and it doesn't break & end up on his stall floor like the Himalayan salt on a rope. US origin is also a plus. "
Cabot, PA
October 25, 2019
"One of my farrier instructors suggested trying redmond rock because it has more minerals that are good for healthy hoof growth. Not only does my horse love it but now she refuses to use anything else!"

April 12, 2016
"It didnt take long for my mare to take to the Redmond Rock. I usually use the Himalayan salt but thought I would give this a try. They seem to last quite a long time and provide a great assortment of trace minerals not found in a traditional salt block. At first glance they might seem more expensive, however once you see their longevity it is actually a great value!"
April 12, 2016
"Love this product! I love how it is a natural salt lick from Colorado and not somewhere overseas. Horses love it as well."