How many hours does a horse sleep? How far do horses walk each day? If horses eat tree bark or chew on tree branches is natural? Through developing observational skills about the normal natural behaviours of horses, unusual or changed behaviours will act as a trigger for horse owners to adapt social arrangements, feeding regimes or facility design to better manage horses and the natural environment in which they live. Through identifying horse behaviours, which includes long hours of sedentary behaviour if there is no groundcover, is a valuable tool for property planning, horse health and assists with planning horse care routines.
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This webinar is hosted by Horse SA (www.horsesa.asn.au) and sponsored by the Natural Resources Adelaide & Mount Lofty Ranges http://www.naturalresources.sa.gov.au/adelaidemtloftyranges/land/landholder-services