Salt Lick Tub

A salt lick in a flexible tub for all horses & ponies, providing sodium & a top up of magnesium.

  • Use in the field or stable
  • Reuseable flexitub

Suitable For

  • All horses and ponies
  • Laminitics
  • Use in hot weather
  • Horses in hard work
  • Horses that sweat freely


Sodium Chloride, Magnesium Chloride, Anhydrous Magnesia

We are very keen to promote natural feeding of our native Highlands as they are not built to cope with rich higher sugar diets that you see in many other feeds. We also needed a straightforward and economical diet that could be used for our mares, stallions, foals and youngstock that would promote muscle development and bone growth without adding excess fat or fizz. With Simple System we have found exactly that.

Carolyn Ashcroft, Cheshire

Perfect Partners to Salt Lick Tub

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Perfect Partners to Salt Lick Tub

Premium 6mm high fibre grass pellets, providing all the benefits of summer grass, all year round.


Premium 12mm lucerne nuts, naturally high in calcium & protein to support muscles & bones.


Unmolassed beetpulp pellets - a source of high quality digestible fibre, with no added sugar.


A blend of top quality ingredients for our ultimate forage balancer. Feed all year round to complement forages & grazing.


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