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white, mineral, and electrolytes
7/13/2009 10:03:50 PM
I use loose white sale and loose mineral salt. No blocks
7/13/2009 8:37:32 PM
My horses have free access to white blocks and loose minerals (equimin)
7/13/2009 8:12:37 PM
I have a white salt block free-choice and add Platinum Performance to my horse's feed
7/13/2009 7:40:23 PM
I offer my horses a choie of the two salts.
7/13/2009 6:43:32 PM
Feed loose salt in feed during winter to ensure thirst & water consumption- salt blocks in the summe
7/13/2009 5:32:57 PM
I buy both white and with minerals, it's the most important thing for horses next to hay and feed.
7/13/2009 4:03:19 PM
LOOSE SALT INSIDE BLOCKS OUTSIDE
7/13/2009 3:57:39 PM
Only added when horse might be subjected to sweating a lot.
7/13/2009 3:10:19 PM
I read the red blocks they never likw weren't good for them and they prefer the white - horse sense?
7/13/2009 2:15:27 PM
large salt blocks in paddock, horses have free choicesometimes add salt to grain in winter
7/13/2009 12:35:35 PM
30 gr a day
7/13/2009 7:58:04 AM
I add minerals everyday to my horses each day
7/13/2009 7:20:45 AM
electrolytes are added to the drafts feed after hard work with salt block available all the time.
7/13/2009 6:51:02 AM
I have learned recently that horse don't get enough minerals from the salt blocks
7/13/2009 12:10:14 AM
free choice loose salt with minerals is also offered
7/12/2009 8:42:55 PM
Red block with Selenium,soil in our area has little to no Selenium in it. + a pelleted mineral feed
7/12/2009 6:55:02 PM
I also add salt and Minerals to their Well Solve feed.
7/12/2009 6:28:20 PM
himilayan salt block
7/12/2009 4:48:56 PM
Salt and mineral blocks in the stalls and a set outside to share during turnout.
7/12/2009 4:05:42 PM
Free Choice Mineral is best
7/12/2009 3:28:42 PM
We use free choice loose salt and loose minerals
7/12/2009 3:24:09 PM
I use Red Cal
7/12/2009 1:57:38 PM
I don't add to feed I give free
7/12/2009 1:44:59 PM
I have supplied both white and mineral blocks side by side and they always go after the mineral bloc
7/12/2009 12:36:35 PM
Free-choice loose minerals/salt
7/12/2009 8:55:14 AM
Salt should be provided loose, not in blocks.
7/12/2009 6:18:27 AM
For our working drafts: loose white salt on pellets. What they don't want falls through for later.
7/12/2009 5:45:46 AM
I have both but the horses like the plain white better.
7/11/2009 8:37:08 PM
we use the blue blocks
7/11/2009 7:45:06 PM
I use LOOSE natural salt
7/11/2009 7:42:46 PM
I use himalayan salt blocks
7/11/2009 6:20:47 PM
I offer loose salt/mineral/vitamin mix free choice
7/11/2009 3:50:11 PM
I add a complete vitamin mineral supplement...white salt always available.
7/11/2009 3:23:31 PM
blue blocks, plus either a range tub or minerals or loose minerals, intermittently
7/11/2009 2:58:46 PM
Actually I provide salt/minerals for free will access by my horses.
7/11/2009 12:41:36 PM
I actually offer Himalayan salt licks in addition to dressing feed with table salt
7/11/2009 10:08:46 AM
loose salt free choice in stall
7/10/2009 10:10:06 PM
In addition to white block, give NTM Salt free choice
7/10/2009 4:33:27 PM
mineral blocks plus free choice 12:12
7/10/2009 4:28:11 PM
My area has a low selenium amt in soil, so the salt block has added selenium as well as other trace
7/10/2009 4:11:22 PM
also use loose minerals
7/10/2009 2:11:37 PM
I think it is best to add to feed, when able
7/10/2009 1:43:09 PM
Supply salt and minerals depending on the horse involved.
7/10/2009 11:53:34 AM
I also use a high preformance horse block and a mineral block, free choice.
7/10/2009 10:13:37 AM
We use the Himilayan salt on a rope and our horses love it. We can not keep enough around for them.
7/10/2009 9:42:23 AM
My horses have free choice with the block, and I make sure they get a pinch in their dinner
7/10/2009 9:29:10 AM
My horse won't lick a block
7/10/2009 9:10:41 AM
i always make sure that my horse has a mineral salt block available.
7/10/2009 8:36:30 AM
My easy keeper gets a mineral block since he's on only a handful of grain
7/10/2009 1:53:14 AM
my grain already has minerals so I use white blocks
7/10/2009 1:38:24 AM
my over weight horses do not get a salt block. Althought my 4 yr old gets salt w/minerals added.
7/10/2009 12:29:25 AM
free choice horse minerals with salt besides mineral block
7/9/2009 10:49:38 PM
also offer loose mineral salt
7/9/2009 10:25:09 PM
7/9/2009 10:16:40 PM
mineral block plus rock salt lick
7/9/2009 8:34:00 PM
Horses have choice between redmond salt, himalyan salt and mineral block
7/9/2009 8:18:12 PM
I have both types of blocks available to my horse in his stall.
7/9/2009 8:13:40 PM
I rotate the 3 types
7/9/2009 7:48:35 PM
I use loose salt and mineral salt free choice aswell as 2teaspoons of salt in feed
7/9/2009 7:32:50 PM
My horse is in heavy training and salt blocks aren't enough so I add a electrolyte supplement.
7/9/2009 7:31:32 PM
I use both. That should have been an option. It's always the best to offer white and mineral.
7/9/2009 6:09:43 PM
I use the trace mineral pony bricks in their feed buckets so they get salt & minerals as they eat
7/9/2009 5:43:44 PM
Ace rarely uses either the TM or regular salt block, but it's there if needed
7/9/2009 4:38:53 PM
salt in supplement, and block and Himilayan salt
7/9/2009 4:28:51 PM
affordable and easy to feed
7/9/2009 4:22:54 PM
I offer both blocks. White and mineral laced.
7/9/2009 3:52:03 PM
I offer both to my Horses and Donkeys
7/9/2009 3:05:39 PM
the BEST way to offer salt and minerals is loose, and that option isn't on the poll.
7/9/2009 2:24:36 PM
also yellow salt
7/9/2009 12:35:19 PM
I also add alittle to her feed
7/9/2009 11:46:11 AM
I used Iodized table salt
7/9/2009 11:07:40 AM
USE LOOSE REDMOND SALT, horses tonges not designed for blocks. abcbiotanical. 50million yr. old
7/9/2009 9:51:32 AM
selenium with vitamin E
7/9/2009 9:01:20 AM
salt blocks are availble but also add sea salt and other minerals to the feed for IR horses
7/9/2009 8:51:43 AM
I put out white salt blocks along with a free choice mineral.
7/9/2009 8:35:59 AM
himalayan rock salt
7/9/2009 3:22:12 AM
7/9/2009 12:05:10 AM
I add trace minerals to their feed.
7/8/2009 11:23:30 PM
I use trace mineral blocks but it isn't really necessary
7/8/2009 10:15:48 PM
I use selenium blocks
7/8/2009 10:03:32 PM
Blocks for free choice, grain has minimum salt added
7/8/2009 10:01:40 PM
I use a himalyan rock salt in the stable
7/8/2009 9:45:36 PM
TB gets a white block, PF does not get any salt.
7/8/2009 8:40:27 PM
my horse will not eat from a salt block which is always available, have to supplement
7/8/2009 8:30:55 PM
I feed loose salt. I feel that horses are not designed for salt blocks
7/8/2009 8:01:42 PM
I add lite salt to feed during hot weather
7/8/2009 7:05:50 PM
Added the yellow block for wood chewer, no results yet
7/8/2009 5:52:37 PM
Horses have a choice
7/8/2009 5:52:16 PM
I have both plain white and a block with minerals, they use both but more often use the white block
7/8/2009 5:43:59 PM
I also give them loose minerals
7/8/2009 5:07:39 PM
I feed only Purina Omolene 200, well-balanced and fully fortified -I don't feel I need supplements.
7/8/2009 4:18:04 PM
Brown mineral/salt blocks for the horses
7/8/2009 4:10:22 PM
I find that my soil does not have adaquate minerals so we use the trace mineral block over the plain
7/8/2009 3:50:52 PM
Also use sulfur blocks to stop from cribbing
7/8/2009 3:18:50 PM
i also have saline well water
7/8/2009 3:17:19 PM
I offer loose salt near the water buckets and add a salt/calcium blend to feed after a hard ride.
7/8/2009 3:12:31 PM
I use Himalayan salt licks
7/8/2009 2:54:55 PM
I also provide a 12:12 Free choice supplement
7/8/2009 1:14:54 PM
Both are used in conjunction
7/8/2009 1:11:38 PM
We feed a loose salt, sometimes with other minerals.
7/8/2009 1:02:40 PM
Free access where horse can get choice.
7/8/2009 12:48:15 PM
they also get HORSE mineral blocks...trace mineral blocks are not an adequate source in my area. Tn.
7/8/2009 12:47:33 PM
Mineral blocks now; advised to use white iodized because of supplement minerals.
7/8/2009 12:24:15 PM
i want to buy horse equipment but idont know how to do it i will like a guide line pls
7/8/2009 12:18:15 PM
I use only Himalayan Salt blocks- no more cribbing unlike with white or mix blocks
7/8/2009 11:51:47 AM
I actually use both white salt and mineral blocks, depending on the horse's preference.
7/8/2009 11:44:37 AM
white or Redmon's loose salt
7/8/2009 11:20:04 AM
I also offer free choice loose salt/mineral along with the plain salt block
7/8/2009 10:55:39 AM
i put one of each in let them choose
7/8/2009 10:47:03 AM
Mineral block plus daily electrolytes.
7/8/2009 10:46:53 AM
I use Vita-Ferm Equine free choice! Ya'll have to try it!!! It's the best supplement ever!!
7/8/2009 10:45:57 AM
white block only, If they need more than just salt I add it seperately.
7/8/2009 10:41:26 AM
Mineral blocks contain too much iron, which is already overabundant in their diets.
7/8/2009 10:36:23 AM
I always supply both
7/8/2009 10:31:54 AM
Salt blocks are for cattle! Feed loose, free choice plain and mineralized....
7/8/2009 10:31:25 AM
I use loose white salt and salt mineral blocks. They have choice.
7/8/2009 10:15:33 AM
and a ration balancer fed
7/8/2009 10:13:36 AM
I also offer granular salt and mineral substitute (Purina's 12-12)
7/8/2009 9:53:20 AM
Also add half-salt to their feed to encourage drinking
7/8/2009 9:34:47 AM
plus added salt to supplement feeding
7/8/2009 9:34:02 AM
Red Cal that I purchase from the natural vet
7/8/2009 8:43:15 AM
have it available free choice all the time
7/8/2009 8:36:00 AM
I give free choice Hymalaian block, white and pink blocks.
7/8/2009 8:29:23 AM
Also blocks containing vitamins, minerals, probiotics, yeast cultures, and other goodies.
7/8/2009 8:22:18 AM
they only like the red salt blocks
7/8/2009 8:22:09 AM
I only feed loose minerals and salts.
7/8/2009 8:04:29 AM
He also likes Himalayan rock salt.
7/8/2009 8:00:36 AM
Plus I provide a free standing salt block for my horse.
7/8/2009 7:36:05 AM
7/8/2009 7:19:06 AM
blocks in field & stall
7/8/2009 7:03:33 AM
They have the option of either.
7/8/2009 6:57:37 AM
FREE CHOICE LOOSE SALT AND Calc/Phos
7/8/2009 6:49:12 AM
also Hymalian Rock Salt in a big block
7/8/2009 6:43:58 AM
Himalayan rock salt blocks
7/8/2009 6:07:57 AM
I offer both blocks for free choice selection.
7/8/2009 6:04:34 AM
Pink himalayan salt is Lady's favorite, but she normally gets plain brown bricks (they're cheaper!)
7/8/2009 1:28:02 AM
I add a mineral tub out in the pasture also
7/8/2009 1:04:18 AM
7/8/2009 1:03:06 AM
I use both for one horse, and mineral for the other
7/8/2009 1:02:40 AM
I put them in their feed bowls to eat around.
7/8/2009 1:00:37 AM
I also offer free choice natural loose salt with trace minerals
7/8/2009 12:35:29 AM
white and mineral
7/8/2009 12:28:16 AM
sulfur block also
7/8/2009 12:26:42 AM
white loose salt
7/8/2009 12:21:31 AM
It depends on the horses needs which one I do.
7/8/2009 12:16:56 AM
actually not added to feed,but free choice in another container
7/7/2009 11:31:48 PM
himilayan pink salt is the only salt block of any kind that my horses will consume!
7/7/2009 11:29:35 PM
I add table salt to my horses feed in the winter and a white salt block in summer
7/7/2009 11:27:55 PM
Loose salt available free choice so the horses can take what they need.
7/7/2009 11:23:19 PM
keep both white and mineral blocks available free choice as well as loose minerals
7/7/2009 11:01:12 PM
i also add kosher salt in their feed buckets
7/7/2009 10:57:10 PM
I also put out free choice Progressive Nutritions loose mineral
7/7/2009 10:40:46 PM
My horse prefers the pink himalayan salt
7/7/2009 10:39:28 PM
i just started offering loose salt/minerals so they won't get sore tongues from licking the blocks
7/7/2009 10:37:52 PM
I use white blocks in the winter and red blocks in the summer.
7/7/2009 10:29:19 PM
Or salt granules for horses that don't like the blocks
7/7/2009 10:26:51 PM
horses love it
7/7/2009 10:10:51 PM
free choice redmond salt
7/7/2009 9:55:51 PM
7/7/2009 9:49:38 PM
A tablespoon of salt a day keeps my old horse drinking.
7/7/2009 9:45:13 PM
I have both white and trace mineral salt block he can choose.
7/7/2009 9:35:59 PM
I give them a choice between plain salt and salt/mineral.
7/7/2009 9:27:12 PM
I do both white salt block and a shake of table salt in their feed.
7/7/2009 9:22:21 PM
trace mineral salt block :)
7/7/2009 9:22:18 PM
I use a white salt block and offer loose mineral free choice
7/7/2009 9:21:36 PM
They get minerals in feed supplements.
7/7/2009 9:09:32 PM
only one thing wrong with salt & mineral blocks is cant put out in the rain they wash away.
7/7/2009 9:09:26 PM
Mine is the green one--not sure of the exact name or kind at the moment.
7/7/2009 9:07:03 PM
can't get my older mare to use a salt block
7/7/2009 8:55:43 PM
Each stall has its own free choice container.
7/7/2009 8:55:09 PM
I keep one block each, side by side in a feeder. The four horses eat the two blocks down equally.
7/7/2009 8:51:34 PM
I add loose mineral salt to a salt box beside her feed box
7/7/2009 8:43:37 PM
Individual ones in each stall.
7/7/2009 8:36:20 PM
We have sheep, mineral blocks are to them so we have a salt blocks and minerals in the feed.
7/7/2009 8:24:17 PM
Blood panel showed deficiency so mineral supplment but still use blocks too
7/7/2009 8:17:23 PM
I add 2oz of plain iodized table salt to his feed. He's IR
7/7/2009 8:17:14 PM
Free choice minerals and free choice white salt
7/7/2009 8:09:45 PM
Two of our 3 horses absolutely LOVE the himalayan salt licks we give them! Buy them cheap at Big Ds!
7/7/2009 8:03:08 PM
According to articles I have read at Horse.com, plain salt blocks are best.
7/7/2009 7:49:47 PM
I have caused my horses to stop sweating from lack of mineral in the past(FL)
7/7/2009 7:49:03 PM
I don't believe salt blocks are enough, not all horses will use them
7/7/2009 7:43:42 PM
I keep 5% loose minerals available,and free choice plain salt and a white salt block i the pasture
7/7/2009 7:39:21 PM
I offer loose white salt
7/7/2009 7:37:29 PM
Free choice salt supplement thru Dr Dan the natural horse vet!
7/7/2009 7:26:33 PM
even tho they are 99percent salt, I also give electrolytes
7/7/2009 7:15:17 PM
I give them a separate container of mineral mix.
7/7/2009 7:04:08 PM
Redmond salt in feed.
7/7/2009 7:00:12 PM
we offer loose salt all the time
7/7/2009 6:59:35 PM
white and also natural sea salt
7/7/2009 6:49:37 PM
I've just started using Himalayan Salt blocks that have not been baked & last longer
7/7/2009 6:41:57 PM
too much salt already in their water
7/7/2009 6:41:11 PM
You forgot a catagory. I feed a free choice loose salt because blocks are hard to get enough.
7/7/2009 6:32:24 PM
balanced to hay!
7/7/2009 6:31:55 PM
I use loose salt, not block, to make sure they ingest it.
7/7/2009 6:30:17 PM
Himalayan salt is a favorite!
7/7/2009 6:17:14 PM
I use both reg. and mineral
7/7/2009 6:13:22 PM
Being in central California, we have to supplement selenium, so I use a selenium-added salt block.
7/7/2009 6:11:29 PM
Most importantly, I offer free choice minerals
7/7/2009 6:11:05 PM
Hymilayan rock w/naturally occuring minerals
7/7/2009 6:10:07 PM
Purina horse mineral 12 X12 blocks
7/7/2009 5:59:37 PM
white blocks and mineral blocks in the fields. small mineral block in each stall.
7/7/2009 5:59:05 PM
Use the Nature's Essentials Free Balance Block in addition to white salt
7/7/2009 5:55:58 PM
white salt block and add eletrolytes when sweating
7/7/2009 5:54:04 PM
Salt block - plain free choice, electrolytes in summer (FL heat)
7/7/2009 5:40:10 PM
Free choice block with selenium (our region's soil is deficient)
7/7/2009 5:37:31 PM
7/7/2009 5:34:08 PM
7/7/2009 5:32:42 PM
I use Hymilayan salt blocks which hangs in the stall
7/7/2009 5:30:18 PM
Granule, trace mineral salt, add little to feed and free feed; horses are not lickers.
7/7/2009 5:20:20 PM
Loose salt allows them to ingest more
7/7/2009 5:19:07 PM
I offer both blocks so they can choose which one they want.
7/7/2009 5:17:16 PM
I offer a mineral block & a yellow sulfur block
7/7/2009 5:15:38 PM
I also add Iodized loose salt to supplements
7/7/2009 5:13:45 PM
my horses will not use them - they prefer to lick rocks
7/7/2009 5:09:46 PM
Providing granulated salt with their feed lets me monitor how much they're actually eating.
7/7/2009 5:03:47 PM
Also loose salt and in the summer, adding sulfur salt block too
7/7/2009 5:03:35 PM
Buckeye Feeds - Harvest Salt
7/7/2009 5:00:25 PM
we alternate between white and mineral salt blocks
7/7/2009 4:58:15 PM
salt only, minerals are in the daily vitamin supplement
7/7/2009 4:57:02 PM
My veterinarian told me to offer them a choice of white and mineral blocks and they use both!
7/7/2009 4:53:09 PM
add 2 oz iodized salt per day to feed
7/7/2009 4:52:00 PM
Also loose mineral/salt called Hoffmans
7/7/2009 4:49:05 PM
Offer free choice mineralized loose salt
7/7/2009 4:41:52 PM
Plain white iodized block and free choice loose himalayan (red) salt
7/7/2009 4:38:52 PM
I feed redmond salt and kelp meal free choice
7/7/2009 4:38:45 PM
I add salt to feed in addition to salt block
7/7/2009 4:37:10 PM
just got a peppermint flavored block that my boys are liking
7/7/2009 4:26:52 PM
I also sprinkle some table salt over the salt block to make it easier for them to get what they want
7/7/2009 4:24:42 PM
White blocks + free choice minerals
7/7/2009 4:24:35 PM
I don't use block, I use LOOSE salt.
7/7/2009 4:24:04 PM
I offer both white and mineral blocks; the horses choose which one they want.
7/7/2009 4:17:27 PM
When it's really hot or I've been working him hard I also add electrolytes to his feed.
7/7/2009 4:14:33 PM
Use white salt blocks in stalls, my horses prefer them to mineral salt blocks.Also add salt to feed
7/7/2009 4:14:29 PM
free choice by the water tanks
7/7/2009 4:10:53 PM
feed contains needed minerals
I use a mineral block but also add table salt to his morning feed, just to be sure
I must use livestock trace mineral blocks as horse mineral blocks are too soft. My horses eat them!
7/7/2009 4:10:35 PM
We put out both white salt and trace mineral blocks and replace the whites 3X as often as the reds.
7/7/2009 4:09:20 PM
Found out the hard way that horses don't get enough salt from a block.
7/7/2009 4:05:10 PM
My mare has a mineral and a sulfer block.
7/7/2009 4:02:13 PM
I use Redmond salt, a natural salt rock they like alot.
7/7/2009 4:00:34 PM
put salt in feed plus have white salt block available 24/7
7/7/2009 3:58:43 PM
I also give them free choice, loose minerals
7/7/2009 3:56:41 PM
7/7/2009 3:55:18 PM
I let them choose which one they want
7/7/2009 3:54:32 PM
Himalayan Salt Lick
7/7/2009 3:54:07 PM
plus a mineral block added
7/7/2009 3:53:36 PM
Horses love salt! Manufacturers stop changing holders shape so I can use up inventory! Thanks!
7/7/2009 3:52:04 PM
I offer salt/minerals by choice
7/7/2009 3:50:25 PM
free choice to white and mineral blocks.
7/7/2009 3:49:10 PM
AND loose minerals formulated for horses
7/7/2009 3:46:26 PM
I use mineral selenium block mostly, sometimes just mineral blocks
7/7/2009 3:38:44 PM
we have to provide multi-min blockms with selenium
7/7/2009 3:35:25 PM
We use loose salt
7/7/2009 3:28:06 PM
I use a coffee scoop of cobalt with am and pm feed:)
7/7/2009 3:27:33 PM
I offer free choice, not one of your selections above
7/7/2009 3:23:04 PM
7/7/2009 3:19:54 PM
I also add salt w/minerals to my winter feed to encourage warmed water consumption.
7/7/2009 3:19:31 PM
recommended at nutrituional/ grazing horse seminar
7/7/2009 3:18:04 PM
I also give them free choice loose mineral salt.
7/7/2009 3:16:10 PM
I have had horses since 1954 and have always offered both plain and mineral salt blocks free choice.
7/7/2009 3:14:26 PM
I use both white and a mineral block
7/7/2009 3:03:39 PM
I use both the mineral with salt and plain salt and offer it free choice, bothe the horses and goats
7/7/2009 3:02:13 PM
Mineral blocks, plus electrolytes for my eventer in summer
7/7/2009 3:00:40 PM
I feed loose white salt
7/7/2009 3:00:02 PM
ADM mineral balancer
7/7/2009 2:59:45 PM
i use himalayan pink salt block
7/7/2009 2:59:20 PM
Stockman's mineral salt--horses love it and there is no waste.
7/7/2009 2:56:57 PM
horses are not natural lickers like cattle.
7/7/2009 2:54:32 PM
I do not use blocks I use loose White Salt feed in a mineral feeder
7/7/2009 2:54:25 PM
have tried all the fancy flavored blocks and he prefers plain old white salt
7/7/2009 2:50:38 PM
I use white block, plus loose white s, plus balanced mineral mix in their feed based on hay analysis
7/7/2009 2:49:17 PM
I use white in the summer, mineral in the winter.
7/7/2009 2:46:18 PM
i feed a custom mineral mix that matches my hay and includes iodized salt (2T)
7/7/2009 2:36:56 PM
sulfur block as well in the summer. Helps keep down horseflies
7/7/2009 2:33:13 PM
use Himalayan salt blocks which have 86 minerals. horses love them and they last much longer!
7/7/2009 2:33:10 PM
I also add a small amount of salt to feed in summer
7/7/2009 2:33:06 PM
My mare will not touch a salt block. I add salt when she works extra hard in the heat.
7/7/2009 2:32:32 PM
Horses have to have salt!
7/7/2009 2:30:57 PM
Horses have access to both but prefer the mineral blocks.
7/7/2009 2:29:07 PM
My Horse is addicted to his salt block!!!!
7/7/2009 2:27:40 PM
We use Sulphur Blocks & on really hot days add electrolytes to their grain.
7/7/2009 2:19:35 PM
White blocks since he's on a complete feed and refuses mineral blocks.
7/7/2009 1:36:27 PM
we use salt blocks with added Selenium in this area if Idaho
7/7/2009 1:21:19 PM
They have a choice of white, red, and electrolytes in summer
7/7/2009 12:15:37 PM
free choice red salt-not a block
7/7/2009 12:01:37 PM
I avoid added minerals since I feed a supplement already and don't wish to oversupplement anything.
7/7/2009 11:35:38 AM
All my horses enjoy licking the salt block even in winter
7/7/2009 11:22:38 AM
and a mineral block; I give them a choice
7/7/2009 10:36:27 AM
Actually offer both white and mineral added blocks in pasture.
7/7/2009 8:50:56 AM
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