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|Product Name:||Mobile Field Horse Shelters Portable Horse Stable With Sliding Door||Door Style:||Swing Door Or Sliding Door|
|Material:||Hot Galvanized Steel||Application:||Horse Stable|
|Material Type:||Stainless Steel Wire||Surface Treatment:||In Black Coated|
Stable vices are stereotypies of equines, especially horses. They are usually undesirable habits that often develop as a result of being confined in a stable with insufficient exercise, boredom, hunger, excess energy or isolation. They present a management issue, not only leading to facility damage from chewing, kicking, and repetitive motion, but also lead to health consequences for the animal if not addressed. They also raise animal welfare concerns.
Stereotypical behaviors in animals are generally thought to be caused by artificial environments that do not allow animals to satisfy their normal behavioral needs. Rather than refer to these behaviors as abnormal, it has been suggested that they be described as "behavior indicative of an abnormal environment."
It was once thought that stable vices may be learned by observing other horses already performing the behaviors, but studies on the topic to date have failed to establish this as a cause. Stereotypies are correlated with altered behavioral response selection in the basal ganglia. Although a more enriched environment may help minimize or eliminate some stereotypical behavior, once established, it is sometimes impossible to eliminate them due to alterations in the brain.
In most cases, reducing confinement and providing the animal a more natural setting reduces the incidence of stable vices. There are stopgap "cures" that can be provided in the stall to keep a horse busy or out of trouble, including increased exercise, feeding of larger quantities of lower-quality food (so the animal spends more time eating and less time being bored), feeding more frequently, or cutting back on grain or other high-energy concentrates. Toys such as a ball or empty one-gallon plastic milk jug can be hung in the stall. Sometimes simply giving the animal a companion in the next stall, or even a smaller animal placed in the same stall, also helps a bored or nervous horse.
In extreme cases, a short term fix may include various forms of restraint. However, none of these practices solve the underlying problem, some may raise animal welfare concerns, and the animal will resume its behavior as soon as the restraint is removed. The long-term solution that has the most success is to give the horse less time in the stall and more free turnout time.
The product details:
|Name||Mobile Field Horse Shelters Portable Horse Stable with sliding door|
|Front Type||Swing, Sliding, Fancy, European, or customized|
Length: 8ft, 10ft, 12ft, 14ft (2.5m - 4.0m)
Height: 1.5m, 2.0m, 2.2m.
Or, any other sizes you like
Frame tube 50*50mm RHS, and 102/114mm Round Post in middle door
heavery duty U channel to take T&G boards
Top grill tube in OD25mm round tube
|Finish||Powder Coated Finish or Hot Dip Galvanized Finish|
in bamboo wood, 20mm, 25mm, 28mm, 32mm, 38mm.
very strong, durable click, no cracking by water
(a.) brass lock latch
(b.) heavy duty stainless steel hinge, no rusting warranty.
(c.) golden top ball or flat cap by your choice.
(d.) swivel feeder system (optional)
(e.) swing feeder window (optional)
(1.) Full welds will make sure the stalls are strong and durable.
(2.) No sharp edges promise the people and horse safe.
(3.) Yoke door allows horses place his head outside.
(4.) Powder Coated Finish: We can PC any color you like. Say, Black Color, Blue Color, Hunter Green color, etc.
(5.) Assembly easily: use heavy duty bolts or different way connector to connect together.
(6.) More style stable are available, sliding front, and swing door, open door etc...
Contact Person: Helen Wang