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The effects of transportation on the welfare of horses

Waran, N.; Leadon, D.; Friend, T.

The welfare of horses: 125-150

2002


Accession: 004352512

Typically, horses are transported many times in their lives, this is with the exception of the horses reared for meat. Although difficult to estimate the extent of the movement of horses worldwide, it is clear that this is a substantial and growing practice. Until recently research into the effects of the different methods of transport (road, sea and air), was limited.

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