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For a limited time, we are offering our #1 most-provided product, RED CAL in a 4-pound size and with automatic free-shipping.
While the 25 pound size bag is still the most-economical option for providing Red Cal in the preferred free-choice setting, we have had several requests for a smaller size, especially by those making the important decision to order Red Cal for the first-time for their horses (donkeys, goats, sheep and others too). Red Cal of course, is the one product above all that we would hope not one would have to go without and we hope this 4-pound option is helpful to many to get started with our #1 Red Cal. Preferred application: Free-Choice! Alternatively: Top-dress 2–4 oz per head per day per 1000 lbs.
In the 15 years of owning horses, I've never found a better source of salt and minerals than RedCal. I buy the 25lb bag, but this 4lb size is PERFECT for gift-giving, donating to local rescues, new horse owners, or to skeptical friends who still insist on using salt blocks. It's just the right amount for folks to try it without committing to 25 pounds, although we all know they will after reading the ingredients and seeing how much their horse(s) love it!
Robynne Catheron from Schenevus.
Healthy all summer in the heat
We had a brutal summer so far and my mare hasn’t been better! She won’t eat the redcal freely, so I top dress every meal and what a difference! She’s been worked in the heat and no dehydration, coat looks amazing and she’s drinking really well!
Helene from Sewell .
I bought this for my horses and they LOVE it! It gives them nutrients they are lacking and they love the way it tastes.
Jennifer Warner from Springfield.
horse couldn't get enough first 2 weeks - reducing but still licking the feeder clean.
Joanie Pond from ashland, VA.
Red Cal vs Salt
I have used Red Cal many times. I wanted to see if my horses preferred Red Cal over regular granular salt so I made both available (Side by Side). The Red Cal was preferred and the granular salt was hardly touched.
Steve Riddle from Easley, SC.
I was pleased to find a natural product that was an alternative to electrolytes. My horse eats Red Cal Hi Mag! since she is an easy keeper.
Patricia Karoue from Texas.
I have added the Red Cal to my horses diet. The barn owner has a small salt block in her stall and since I have added the Red Cal she has not touched the salt block.
KATHY HERRING from Portland, Oregon.
Sleepless in Bonsall
My new horse from South Carolina had the habit of banging the stall with his front feet at night. Thinking he was just hungry at 2:30 A.M., it being 5:30 A.M. in SC, I would get up at this awful hour and go down to the barn and feed him. This continued relentlessly for a week until I put him on free choice Red Cal. I didn't want to overload him with new feed products at first thinking he might colic, but the Red Cal was just the thing. Last night there were a few bangs on the stall then it stopped. He must have found the Red Cal in his side feeder. I believe in this product.
deborah howard from Bonsall, CA.