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Feeding and horse behaviour

December 20, 2017

In our latest white paper written by: Sharon Smith MSc SEBC(Reg) IEng BHSAPC we explore the links between feeding and horse behaviour.

A review of the scientific literature and common management practices to explore the link between feeding practices and horse behaviour.

This information leaflet will look at:
1. The co-evolution of the horse and grasslands
2. Feeding behaviour and evolutionary adaptation, including domestication
3. Domestication and horse welfare priorities
4. Meeting the needs of a domestic horse

Read the full paper here





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