Salt-lick meaning

A natural deposit of exposed salt that animals lick.
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A block of salt, often with added minerals or vitamins, set out for animals such as cattle, horses, sheep, or deer to lick.
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An exposed natural deposit of mineral rock salt which animals come to lick.
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A block of rock salt placed in a pasture for cattle, etc. to lick.
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A natural deposit of exposed salt that animals lick.
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A block of salt, often with added minerals or vitamins, set out for animals such as cattle, horses, sheep, or deer to lick.
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A block of salt, often enriched with other minerals, licked by herd animals to supplement their diet.
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A natural source of such minerals licked by animals.
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