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Salisel salt stones are considered by experts to be the cleanest salt available on the planet. Salisel's amazing purity is more than double that of any processed licks, and being totally natural, has no additives.
WHY IS SALISEL SO SHEAP TO USE?
Salisel stones are palatable yet very hard so horses cannot bite lumps from them, a common problem with processed licks, thus intake is steady and consistent. In a practical field test, 3 horses used a 3kg stone in 2.5 months. Salisel is very durable in all temperatures, and as a natural stone, it will crumble when damp. A seperate holder is not required.
WHY IS SALISEL PINK?
Salt becomes white during processing to remove impurities, but minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium and Iron are also removed. In salisel they occur naturally, creating the distincive pink colouration, and are a beneficial ingredient of the salisel salt stones.
WHY FEED EXTRA SALT?
Salt is essential for horses and vital for blood formulation and digestion. Also, salt is lost through sweating and exercise and needs replenishing.Very little salt is used in manufactured feed, hence the need for daily access to salt as a supplement. Horses should self regulate their intake, actively seeking salt if required ang ignoring it if not.
CAN OTHER ANIMALS EAT SALISEL?
Salisel is suitable for all farm livestock.
HOW DO I FEED SALISEL?
Salisel is suiatable for feeding in the field or stable.
Salisel salt stones are very durable and ideal in all weather conditions. Simple thread the rope through the stone and hang on a fencing or gate post. Indoors attach to tie ring or grill bar.
New Mill, Lamer Lane, Wheathampstead
St Albans, Hertfordshire,
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Saturday 9am - 4pm
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