By Bonny Henderson
Equine overall healthiness and Emergency administration is meant for the learner so as to comprehend and enforce activities to enhance the future health and health of horses of their care. The sequence of chapters stream from horsemanship and accountability to instructions for wellbeing and fitness and upkeep, and spotting the variation among a customary veterinary appointment, and a real emergency name. It successfully courses the reader via what is general, and to acknowledge what is now not. This e-book may help the effectiveness of the reader's communique with his/her veterinarian. in the course of the chapters there are many photos and tables for reference. vital details on mess ups is incorporated masking the right way to be ready from formulating a plan to having the ability to positioned it into motion. The target of this e-book is to aid the reader imagine, organize, plan, and have the ability take motion if valuable, whilst useful.
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19 20 PART 1 Horsemanship Table 1–6 Fencing Options Fence Type Positive Traits Negative Traits Potential Injuries Additional information Board • • • • Safe Sturdy Visible, aesthetic Durable—with proper maintenance may last 30 years • Good for arena, line or paddock fencing • Cost • Maintenance—requires yearly painting and replacement of boards • Damaged by chewing, cribbing, and leaning, which is increased by boredom and confinement in small paddocks • Punctures • Splinters • Nail or screw wounds if boards are pushed or broken off • 1 × 6 or 2 × 6 inches boards screwed to inside of 4 inch or larger diameter posts, with lowest board placed above mower height at 10– 16 inches above the ground; posts are placed 8 feet apart.
Stall boards must be over 2 inches thick and screwed in place to prevent loose boards and subsequent nail wounds when a board is dislodged or a horse kicks or rubs on it. In warmer climates, ventilation can be improved by placing 2-inch gaps between the boards, even in the exterior walls. This spacing will still prevent adjacently stalled horses from biting, kicking, and fighting. The improved ventilation will enhance the spread of contagious diseases through a facility, just as half walls will do.
The body heat generated by one horse within a 12 3 12 foot box stall does not heat the air sufficiently enough to make it rise and exit out the vents. Without this the barn air will not completely turnover the optimal six to eight times per hour, without the presence of vents and possibly fans. Figure 1–9 Performing a dust test Copyright 2012 Cengage Learning. All Rights Reserved. May not be copied, scanned, or duplicated, in whole or in part. Due to electronic rights, some third party content may be suppressed from the eBook and/or eChapter(s).
Equine Health and Emergency Management by Bonny Henderson