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|Material:||Carbon Steel, Stainless Steel||Door Type:||Sliding Door|
|Finish:||Hot-dip Galvanized||Product Name:||Simple Scotland Removable Riding Silver Horse Stable Stall Show Designs|
portable horse stalls,
steel horse stables
Identification of horses is needed for reasons of animal and public health, proof of ownership, to ensure correct identification at competitions or shows, and when buying or selling horses. There are several methods of marking horses for identification or ownership, including permanent or temporary methods and methods that are visible or non-visible. All methods of permanent identification cause some degree of pain to horses with the exception of the iris scan, which recently became available (3). Research shows that hot-iron branding is painful to horses (3). It leads to a skin burn that causes swelling and skin sensitivity for several days (3). Some studies comparing hot-iron branding to freeze branding suggest that freeze branding causes less pain and discomfort than hot-iron branding (3). The horse’s response to microchipping, if any, is short lasting, compared to freeze or hot-iron branding (3). Lip tattooing is another means of identification; however, there is limited research on this. Government and industry are encouraged to develop more humane identification methods for verifying ownership. Until a reliable form of permanent, visible marking is available, branding remains necessary in some sectors of the horse industry. However, hot-iron branding is strongly discouraged - if a permanent, visible mark is needed, freeze branding is recommended over hot-iron branding. When branding is necessary, it is critically important to use the correct technique. Refer to Appendix K for a reference on hot-iron and freeze branding.
Horses are castrated to make them safer to handle, easier to manage, and easier to turn out in groups. In most provinces equine castration can only be done by a veterinarian. The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association (CVMA) regards castration of horses, donkeys and mules as a veterinary medical procedure which should only be performed by a veterinarian using appropriate surgical, anesthetic and analgesic techniques. Castration is a surgical procedure that causes pain and inflammation that persists for several days (3,24,25). Veterinarians have formal surgical training to perform the procedure to a professional standard. Licensed veterinarians have access to drugs to reduce pain and inflammation. They also have access to sedatives and anesthetics which reduce the need for physical restraint and provide the optimal conditions for the procedure. Equine castration should be performed by a veterinarian as it is a specialized procedure requiring considerable skill and expertise and has a high complication rate (3,24,25). Some complications (e.g. evisceration and hemorrhage) are potentially life-threatening (3,24). Castration of donkeys, mules and mature horses has an even higher risk of complication and must only be performed by a veterinarian. Although equine castration by non-veterinarians may be exempt from certain provincial Veterinary Acts, this does not exclude non-veterinarians from being held accountable under animal protection laws if horses are put in distress by a non-veterinarian performing this procedure.
The product details:
|Simple Scotland Removable Riding Silver Horse Stable Stall Show Designs|
|Front type||Euro Front/Custom V-Front /Custom Arc Front/Classic horse stall front|
length 10ft 12ft 14ft(3m-4.2m)
|Surface treatment||hot dip galvanized /powder coating|
bamboo :20mm 28mm 32mm 38mm
Southern yellow pine : 30mm 40mm
|Door type||swing door/sliding door|
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