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Waste management: Equine carcass disposal

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Journal Article
Year
2003
Author
S. R. R. Haskell and C. J. Ormond

Understanding the perceptual world of horses

From the viewpoint of experimental psychology, there are two problems with our current knowledge of equine perception. The first is that the behavioral and neurophysiological research in this area has enormous gaps, reflecting that this animal is not a co

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Journal Article
Year
2002
Author
C. A. Saslow

Social relationships in a group of horses without a mature stallion

1. The social relationships in a group of Icelandic horses without a mature stallion were studied. The horses were all familiar to each other. Mutual grooming and play relationships, spatial associations, dominance-subordinate relations and the effect of

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
2003
Author
H. Sigurjonsdottir, D. M. C. Van, S. Snorrason and A. G. Thorhallsdottir

Researching feral horse ecology and behavior: Turning political debate into opportunity

Funding for biological research on feral horse populations is often motivated by political debate. Thus, research may start too late to contribute substantially to decisions about population monitoring and management, or to resolve public debate. Feral ho

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Journal Article
Year
2002
Author
W. L. Linklater, K. J. Stafford, E. O. Minot and E. Z. Cameron

From wild horse to riding horse.

Over 45 Mio years of evolution the horse developped to a high specialized animal in anatomy, physiology and behavior. No other animal had influenced the economic and cultural history of men in such extend. Hunting prey since the icetimes, domesticated 4000 B.C. and used for thousands of years as unique animal all over the world […]

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Journal Article
Year
2002
Author
E. Isenbugel

Grazing patterns of Pantaneiro horses. An element of adaptability to the Pantanal region, Brazil

Seasonal foods and habitat use of Pantaneiro horses were determined in two Pantanal subregions: Nhecolandia (March 1990 to February 1991) and Abobral (December 1993 to October 1995). In both sub-regions, a direct pasture observation method was used in two daily sessions (morning and afternoon). The forage plants eaten and habitat occupied by animals were recorded […]

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Journal Article
Year
2002
Author
S. A. Santos, S. M. A. Crispim, A. C. Soares, R. A. Mauro, M. Pereira and J. R. B. Sereno

Genetics and behaviour in horses.

The genetics of behaviour in horses is just starting. The interest of including behavioural traits in selection has been only recently underlined. Moreover, it is a difficult question to tackle in horses as animals are dispersed in a variety of environmen

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
2002
Author
M. Hausberger and A. Ricard

Equid play ethogram

An ethogram of play behavior among equids was developed. Several key English-language studies on equids were reviewed to derive a preliminary inventory of specific behaviors to be included in the ethogram. Our primary observations were based on a herd of

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Journal Article
Year
2002
Author
S. M. McDonnell and A. Poulin

Behaviour of horses

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Book Section
Year
2002
Author
S. M. McDonnell

Advances in New Zealand mammalogy 1990-2000: Feral horse

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Journal Article
Year
2001
Author
C. J. Veltman

Development of the digestive tract of the Przewalski horse

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Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
2002
Author
Yasynetska, N I; Zharkikh, T L

Reproductive fates of dispersers in a harem-dwelling ungulate: the wild horse

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Book Section
Year
2002
Author
McDonnell, Sue M

The behaviour of Yakut horses at summer pastures in Altai Mountains

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Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
2002
Author
Knyazev, S P; Fel, E V; Kushnir, A V

Recovery of savanna vegetation in northern Australia: 1973-2000

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Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
2002
Author
Ludwig, John A; Bastin, Gary N; Eager, Robert W; Liedloff, Adam C; Andison, Reginald T; Cobiac, Michael D

Horses ARE companions, but

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Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
2002
Author
Russell, M A; Brady, C M; Pajor, E A; Beck, A M

Horse manure production and composition

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Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
2002
Author
Bicudo, Jose; Lawrence, Laurie; Wheeler, Eileen

Hiking versus multi-use trails as corridors for exotic plant invasion

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Conference or Workshop Proceedings
Year
2002
Author
Crealock, Anne G; O'Malley, Rachel

Ecology of Kaimanawa feral horses at Waiouru, New Zealand

Steppe pasture digression resulting from grazing by different farm animals was studied by the transect method. Sheep, cattle, and horse pastures had markedly different dynamics of steppe vegetation under similar grazing loads. The most critical changes in plant communities occurred in sheep pastures. The best condition of plant communities was found in horse pastures.

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Journal Article
Year
1994
Author
Franklin, A.; Freeman, D.; Stafford, K.; Veltman, C.

Immunocontraception of captive exotic species. I: Przewalski’s horses (Equus przewalskii) and Bateng (Bos javanicus).

Over 45 Mio years of evolution the horse developped to a high specialized animal in anatomy, physiology and behavior. No other animal had influenced the economic and cultural history of men in such extend. Hunting prey since the icetimes, domesticated 4000 B.C. and used for thousands of years as unique animal all over the world […]

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Journal Article
Year
1995
Author
Kirkpatrick, J.F.; Zimmermann, W.; Kolter, L.; Liu, I.K.M.; Turner, J.W. (Jr.)

Ethology of the Horse

A complex of methods for the quantitative estimation of nutrition (diet composition, daily intake, digestibility) in free-ranging animals (saiga, Przewalski’s wild horse, wild zebra, wild Grant’s gazelle, wild and domestic sheep, and others) is

Reference Type
Journal Article
Year
1998
Author
Schoning, B.