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Behaviour of stabled horses when presented with different odours

Behaviour of stabled horses when presented with different odours
Behaviour of stabled horses when presented with different odours
Traditionally horsemen have used odours to attract, repel and calm horses, and therefore a knowledge of horse preference for certain odours has potential value in horse management. This study investigates the behaviour of horses when presented with 11 test substances of herbal or animal origin and one odourless control.
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Bonde, M.
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Goodwin, Deborah
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Bonde, M.
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Goodwin, Deborah
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Bonde, M. and Goodwin, Deborah (1999) Behaviour of stabled horses when presented with different odours. Equine Veterinary Journal. Supplement, 28 (60), 1-2.

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Traditionally horsemen have used odours to attract, repel and calm horses, and therefore a knowledge of horse preference for certain odours has potential value in horse management. This study investigates the behaviour of horses when presented with 11 test substances of herbal or animal origin and one odourless control.

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Published date: 1999
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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/18252
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