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The behaviour and welfare of the horse
Andrew F. Fraser.
Table of Contents
Development of equine behaviour -- Sensory faculties and behavioural roots -- Neural substrate -- Behavioural homeostasis -- Eating, drinking, and ingestive welfare -- Body care and evacuation -- Kinetic behaviour and racing -- Spatial factors -- Rest, work, and transportation -- Breeding function -- Mare/foal dynamics -- Foal function and welfare -- Development and social behaviour -- Humane control and husbandry welfare -- Disordered behaviour and stress -- Equine culture and protection.