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If there is one thing horses love—and absolutely need—it is a salt lick or simply a salt block. However, many salt licks that horse lovers find on the market are incredibly expensive, heavy, have been baked to lose all minerals and nutrients, or simply can be too easily bitten.

The wonderful thing about Himalayan salt Blocks that have been mined from some of the best mines in the foothills of the Himalayas is that they are rock solid. It takes incredible miner strength and special tools to wrench these solid rocks of healthy salt from the earth—and no horse can chew through these bricks.

Additionally, instead of the baked, hard bricks of regular salt, those who care about what their horses are ingesting will rest easy knowing they are being given the equivalent of healthy minerals with each lick. The salt we use is premium Himalayan salt, which contains a wealth of health-boosting minerals that have accumulated over the centuries.
Available Sizes: 3, 5, 7, 9 & 12 Lbs
Available Packs: 6 & 12 Licks
Size in Lb 1 Licks Price 6 Licks Price 12 Licks Price
3 $11.35 $37.98 $68.39
5 $15.25 $57.05 $104.80
7 $17.95 $69.34 $123.48
9 $21.35 $81.69 $142.48
12 $23.79 $101.23 $170.04

Easy Handling:

Weighing just 3.5 to 9 pounds, they are easy to handle, carry and hang – even a 6-year-old child can carry & hang these light-weight salt blocks.

No-Mess: No Holder is required!

Each Licking-Salt Block comes on a rope! No nasty wire frame to mount, bending nails, smashing fingers. Your hose can not knock it to the floor and pee on it! (And even if he does somehow do that, just scrub it off and re-use)


They are mined salt crystals, means they are literally rock-and-stone hard. Your horse can not bite or eat it, he just licks it.


3Sp class="MsoNormal"> Since these are Rocky-Stony Salt Blocks, they don’t melt into mush when they are left outside in the horse field.

Horseman dislikes the heavy, no-grip, back-breaking, nail & finger-smashing, old-fashioned, baked salt blocks.

Horses, Hydration and Salt

The primary stimulus for thirst is an increase in plasma tonicity, we hypothesized that dehydrated horses would drink a greater total volume of fluid voluntarily during the first hour of recovery when they were initially offered salt water.

In conclusion, providing salt water as the initial rehydration fluid maintained an elevated [Na+] and resulted in greater total FI and recovery of body weight loss during the first hour of recovery, in comparison to offering only plain water.

Thirst is a good indicator of current hydration, and that for best results the user should simply drink when they become thirsty.(5)

Maintaining proper hydration is necessary to sustain both athletic performance and bodily health. Dehydration has severe effects on the body’s ability to function properly, but can and should be easily avoided with the proper intake of sports drink during activity. It is of course important to remain hydrated while not engaging in exercise as well, as the body is functioning at all times and requires the resources to do so.