Redmond Rock™

Naturally Mineralized Salt

Redmond Rock™ is a natural sea salt containing 60+ trace minerals, sourced from an ancient sea bed near the town of Redmond in Utah.

In ancient times, a pristine sea evaporated leaving behind a rich mineral deposit deep within the earth in Southern Utah. It is the remnant of an ancient inland sea, probably part of what geologists call the Sundance Sea, dating back to the Jurassic Period. The salt that settled at the bottom of the sea was trapped within the earth and over time was pushed up towards the surface near the town of Redmond, Utah.

Redmond Rock™ is a natural, non-processed sea salt containing 60+ trace minerals present in that ancient sea, giving the salt its unique color, flavor and numerous health benefits. Because this deposit comes from an ancient sea bed, the salt was created by nature long before the earth experienced pollution and contamination due to humans, which are now troubling the salts from oceans today.

The Redmond salt deposit begins about 30 feet below the surface and is covered by a layer of bentonite clay, which has protected it from erosion and from the possible modern day contamination.

Due to intensive farming practices, most soils have become depleted of these life-giving minerals, and crops grown on these soils with common N-P-K fertilizer are mineral deficient too. Redmond Rock plays an important role in providing these essential trace minerals missing from many forages.

It is no surprise that health improves when mineral imbalances are corrected.

Among the benefits commonly reported are: increased energy, greater endurance, healthier hooves, shinier coats, better hydration, and improved overall vitality.

By including Redmond Rock as a free choice mineral supplement in their pasture or stall your horse will have access to the finest natural mineral source available, and in the form that the horse’s natural intelligence teaches him to seek.

Currently Available

50 lb bags - granulated
44 lb salt licks

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