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Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
Goat Mineral
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Goat Mineral

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Nature's Salt & Mineral Mix for Goats

At Redmond Agriculture, we understand that when your animals feel good, you feel good. That’s why we offer our Goat Mineral Mix—a premium sea salt with naturally occurring essential trace minerals. This mix is also fortified with selenium (30 ppm), manganese, cobalt, copper, iodine, zinc and vitamins A, D and E.  The salt in our Goat Mineral Mix is free of chemical processing, preferred by livestock, and helps animals maintain a normal function. It is stocked in 5 lb and 25lb bags.

Redmond Goat Mineral Mix’s granules are the perfect size for mixing or feeding free choice.

GOATS NEED MINERALS

Goats are browsers and have a reputation for nibbling on anything from your hat to the kitchen sink. However, they are much more discriminating about what they consume. Goats obtain their mineral needs from forage, feed, and sometimes water supply. Deficiencies are on the rise because feeds and forage often lack the correct quantity and spectrum of minerals goats require for optimum health. According to Mamoon Rashid, sheep and goat specialist with Manitoba Agriculture, Food, and Rural Initiatives, a free-choice supplement of loose minerals and salts will effectively help you meet the minerals demands of your herd.



YOUR GOATS WILL CRAVE IT

Redmond’s Goat Mineral Mix and licks contain a complete balance of 60+ essential natural minerals, and you will not have to coerce stubborn animals to eat it. Animals crave our delicious mineral mixes so you can rest assured that your goats are getting the nutrition you are offering them.


NO DDGS

The primary reason Redmond products do not contain DDGS is, they simply do not need it. Salt is the ideal carrier for our complete mineral profile because animals naturally crave and regulate their salt intake. According to Dr. Larry L. Berger Ph.D (Professor of Animal Nutrition, University of Illinois), “Salt is a natural carrier for trace minerals, since all farm animals have a natural appetite for salt. Because [of this], it can be used as a delivery mechanism to ensure adequate intake of less palatable nutrients and as a feed intake limiter.”
In contrast, DDGS products require very careful moderation to ensure livestock do not eat too much, especially for smaller animals like sheep and goats. Because DDGS is high in phosphorus and sulfur, it is important to monitor their intake. Eating too much can cause health problems, interfere with their ability to metabolize important minerals (like copper and molybdenum), and pollute their environment as they excrete excess phosphorus and sulfur. By using salt as a mineral carrier, you can use animals’ natural cravings and biological sensors to ensure they get only what they need.

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Redmond Goat Mineral Mix’s granules are the perfect size for mixing or feeding free choice.

Redmond Goat Mineral Rock on a Rope is perfect for offering free choice.

Ingredients:

Mineral Mix

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CRAFTED BY FARMERS . NATURE HAS IT RIGHT

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
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Bonnie I McLaurin
Goats appear to love it!

I think it took them a bit to discover it hanging as the regular mineral block I've been using sits on the ground in a tub, vulnerable to the elements and contamination. Hanging this one from their hay rack I can see all the little tongue holes, so they've been busy. Good feeling to know they are getting what they need.

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Alice Ramirez
It's OK

My goat doesn't really like it. Most of it sits on the bottom of her feed bucket

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Fran
Goats Love it

After introducing this mineral combination, my goats love it! The cost is higher than most; with that being said, its worth it! One of my goats wasn't feeling too well, but after switching to the Redmonds Goat Mineral, she's feeling great now!

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
67%
(2)
0%
(0)
33%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
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Bonnie I McLaurin
Goats appear to love it!

I think it took them a bit to discover it hanging as the regular mineral block I've been using sits on the ground in a tub, vulnerable to the elements and contamination. Hanging this one from their hay rack I can see all the little tongue holes, so they've been busy. Good feeling to know they are getting what they need.

A
Alice Ramirez
It's OK

My goat doesn't really like it. Most of it sits on the bottom of her feed bucket

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Fran
Goats Love it

After introducing this mineral combination, my goats love it! The cost is higher than most; with that being said, its worth it! One of my goats wasn't feeling too well, but after switching to the Redmonds Goat Mineral, she's feeling great now!