Fast-Acting Electrolytes for Horses
Redmond Electrolyte is formulated by and sourced from nature. It provides the right electrolytes in the right ratios to keep your horse healthy and hydrated.
PACKED WITH MINERALS
60+ other essential trace minerals also help nourish and naturally balance your horse.
DELIVERS KEY VITAMINS
Added vitamins A, B, D, and E support overall horse health, mood, and vitality.
Critical equine electrolytes trigger your horse’s thirst response and encourage drinking. Always ensure your horse has access to fresh water when feeding Electrolyte paste.
BOOSTS ENERGY LEVELS
Targeted formula of electrolytes and vitamins for horses support strong energy levels and performance.
Metered syringe is great for traveling, trail-riding, and administering on the go. Plus, horses love the natural peppermint taste!
Redmond Electrolyte is an add-on in our Foundational Horse Care Program and must-have for traveling and performance horses. Complete your program with other Redmond favorites for best results.
Step 1 - Scoop Daily Gold
Step 2 - Scoop Crushed Rock
Step 3 - Free-Choice RockFoundational Horse Care Program
Learn more about the benefits of electrolytes for horses, as well as when to give your horse salt or an electrolyte.Salt or Electrolytes?
EASY TO USE
Fast-acting Redmond Electrolyte syringe is easy to use! It’s perfect for traveling, taking on the trail, or dosing quickly in any situation.
Administer the electrolyte paste orally. For ponies and miniature horses, feed half a syringe. For full-sized horses, feed a full syringe. Always provide your horse access to fresh water, as electrolytes encourage drinking.
Discover additional benefits of electrolytes for horses and vet-recommended situations when they should be given.A Vet's Guide to feeding and caring for horses
WHEN SHOULD YOU GIVE YOUR HORSE AN ELECTROLYTE SUPPLEMENT?
Let's say your horse has worked and sweated hard or she's been traveling for two days during the first sweltering spring weather. Your horse looks a little droopy and needs additional fluids. Should you provide salt or an equine electrolyte supplement to replenish minerals and encourage drinking? Great question! Horses need salt and occasionally an electrolyte. Learn more about when to feed your horse salt vs. electrolytes.Signs of an electrolyte imbalance in horses
Water, Minerals, (Potassium Amino Acid Complex, Magnesium Amino Acid Chelate, Calcium Amino Acid Chelate, Mineral Salt), Citric Acid, Dextrose, Vitamins (Thiamine Hydrochloride, Niacin Supplement, Vitamin B-8, Vitamin E Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D-3 Supplement), Corn Oil, Peppermint Essential Oil, Sorbic Acid (Preservative), Xanthan Gum.
|VITAMIN A||2,500 IU|
|VITAMIN B||30 IU|
|VITAMIN C||10 IU|
|VITAMIN D||305 mg|
CRAFTED BY FARMERS . NATURE HAS IT RIGHT