hot dipped galvanized horse barn stall Temporary Horse stable box without roof
Persons that responsibility for the use, handling or training of horses should have appropriate knowledge, experience and skills so that they know and understand the natural behavior of horses and their specific expressions. Horses should be handled from a very early age. Young foals should learn to be led by a head-collar, be touched all over the body, and to have their feet lifted. Young foals are not so strong and therefore easier to handle than older horses, thus habituation to being handled is safer for both animal and man. The visual field of horses should be kept in mind when handling horses that are not yet familiar with humans or when in an unknown environment. Handlers and trainers should be aware of the flight zone of horses in order to avoid flight reactions from the horse. Training for different activities, such as riding or driving, should not start until the horse has reached a developmental stage, where it is capable of performing the activities, without risk of injury or distress in either the short or long term. No fixed age can be set for this, as it will vary not only between or within breeds, but also according to the training intensity. Methods, which are normally applied when training horses, are negative and positive reinforcement. When negative reinforcement is used, a pressure is applied to the horse, for example through the reins or the legs of a rider. For this method to be effective and not cause confusion, it is important that the pressure is not too strong, and that it stops immediately, when the horse respond correctly. In positive reinforcement the horse is given a reward, immediately when it responds correctly. When used correctly and with appropriate patience, both methods are suitable to teach a horse to react in a correct way. Training methods should be appropriate to the age and training stage of the horse. Especially for young horses a gentle and patient training is important to maintain their mental and physical fitness. Inappropriate training methods may have a negative impact on the welfare of the horse, and such methods may also lead to aggressive or conflict behavior, which may compromise the safety of those handling the horse. Apart from rough and brutal methods inappropriate training methods also include situations, where the trainer is inconsistent and give conflicting signals to the horse. As an example it will confuse the horse, if it responds correctly to pressure from bit or legs, and the pressure is not released, or if an unwanted behavior is not punished immediately every time it occurs. The hyperflexion of the neck of horses could lead to pain or distress in horses. Prolonged, intensive or highgrade hyperflexion should be avoided. When horses are handled and trained, it may occasionally be necessary to punish the horse, when it shows an unwanted behavior, for example bites or kicks the walls of its box when begging for a treat. Depending on the type of behavior the punishment will be different. Unwanted behavior such as biting should be punished immediately and consequently, so that the horse associates the unwanted behaviour with the punishment. A punishment should always be justified.
The product details:
Heavy duty Galvanized Horse stall
Other key words
horse stable /horse house/horse feeding house/indoor safety horse house
Each panel Size (w*h)
4*2.2m,3.6m*2.2m,3m*2.2m ,other sizes on request
40*40mm, or 50*50mm
Hot dipped galvanized
Easy connection, NO need of support post
Horse safe, no sharp edges
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