The Codes of Practice are the result of a rigourous Code development process, taking into account the best science available for each species, compiled through an independent peer-reviewed process, along with stakeholder input. The Code development process also takes into account the practical requirements for each species necessary to promote consistent application across Canada and ensure uptake by stakeholders resulting in beneficial animal outcomes. Given their broad use by numerous parties in Canada today, it is important for all to understand how they are intended to be interpreted.
These refer to either a regulatory requirement, or an industry imposed expectation outlining acceptable and unacceptable practices and are fundamental obligations relating to the care of animals. Requirements represent a consensus position that these measures, at minimum, are to be implemented by all persons responsible for farm animal care. When included as part of an assessment program, those who fail to implement Requirements may be compelled by industry associations to undertake corrective measures, or risk a loss of market options. Requirements also may be enforceable under federal and provincial regulation.
Horses wear their teeth slowly when they chew. This may cause the formation of sharp edges or hooks, which will cause discomfort to the horse, and may be the cause of weight loss or abnormal behavior such as avoiding or fighting the bit and head tossing. Half chewed feed, which drop out of the mouth is another sign of dental problems. A number of other dental problems may arise during the life of a horse. To avoid these conditions to become a problem, it is advisable to have the teeth checked at least annually by a veterinarian or other competent person.
Horses should be fed a wholesome diet of a sufficient quantity to maintain them in good condition and fulfil their nutritional and behavioral needs. As mentioned above in chapter 2, the digestive system of the horse is adapted to a more or less continuous intake of food with high fiber content (roughage). Roughage will ensure a sufficient chewing time resulting in production of saliva, which is believed to contribute to minimizing the risk of stomach ulcers and otherwise promote gut health. The modern horse especially when used for racing or other energy demanding purposes can normally not live on grass or other types of roughage alone; they also need high energy feed (crib feed) to ensure a correct supply of energy, protein, vitamins and minerals The supply of crib-feed will depend on the use of the horse. The ration should be divided in two to three meals a day, and should not be given immediately before or after strenuous exercise.
The product details:
|Name||Equestrian Hdpe Board Portable Mobile Temporary Horse Stables Stall Panel|
|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...
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