The purchase cost of a horse may be minimal compared to the ongoing costs. The ongoing costs will vary depending on the needs of the individual horse, where it is kept and what it is used for. Potential owners should draw up a budget based on their own circumstances to determine whether the ongoing costs are affordable. You should consider costs such as feeding, bedding, stable and pasture, worming, veterinary fees (for both routine and emergency care), farriery etc. You should consider insuring your horse in case of unexpected health problems.
It is important to find the right animal when purchasing a horse as this can prevent many problems in the future. You should consider factors such as horse age, breed, gender and intended use. It is useful to try a number of different horses prior to purchase for the purposes of comparison and the advice of an experienced horseperson should always be sought. Before purchasing a horse you should have it examined by an independent veterinary surgeon.
The needs of horses are explained in more detail in this Code; however, an individual horse may have other needs that must be met to ensure its wellbeing. If an owner or keeper is unsure what these might be it is important that they seek advice from an appropriate source of information i.e. vet, an experienced horse professional or an appropriate equine welfare organisation. Contact details for such organisations can be found in the “Sources of Information” at the end of the Code of Practice. Specific welfare advice in relation to competition horses can be sought from the relevant competition discipline.
Not all horses will need a stable/housing. Some hardy breeds (such as native ponies) with thick coats are capable of living outdoors throughout the year, provided they can obtain shelter from the prevailing winds, summer sun and flies. Shelter can be natural (for example trees or hedges) or man-made (such as a field shelter) depending on the field environment and type of horse. However, where horses are of less hardy breeding (i.e. thoroughbreds), clipped, very young or elderly they may require stable accommodation/housing or other shelter to protect them from the cold and damp or very hot weather. Any horse may need stabling at short notice should they become sick or injured and provision should be made for this in advance of an emergency arising.
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
|Any other requirements, please feel free to contact us .
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