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        08-03-2013, 01:29 PM
      #21
    Foal
    This is a great post.. keep up the threads.. I hope you post the results as well
         
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        08-05-2013, 05:06 PM
      #22
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    1. How do you house your horse(s)?

    A. Stabled (entirely or the majority of the time)
    B. Out in the field (living out the majority of the time, with shelter or no shelter)
    C. Corralled (in an enclosure with a shelter or stable)
    D. Out in the day, in a stable at night
    E. Out in the day, in a corral at night

    2. Do you have any methods that you use/have used to prevent boredom in your horse(s)? If so, How? Please choose the ways below...

    A. Likit licks or other mineral/salt licks
    B. Hiding treats in hay (such as apples or carrots etc.)
    C. Hanging things from the roof of the stable, if so, what? (state with answer)
    D. Putting apples etc. in the water troughs
    E. Jolly Ball
    F. Other balls such as footballs
    G. Treat ball, eg. Likit snack-a-ball, Decahedron horse ball
    H. Other (please state with answer)Free choice hay

    3. Do you think Likit or Likit type mineral/salt licks and toys are effective boredom breakers? (If multiple horses with different reactions choose multiple options)
    A. Yes, my horse loves them, they last for ages
    B. No, my horse gets through them very quickly
    C. No, my horse isn't interested in them (different for each horse)

    D. I have never tried them
         
        08-06-2013, 01:48 AM
      #23
    Foal
    1. How do you house your horse(s)?

    D. Out in the day, in a stable at night


    2. Do you have any methods that you use/have used to prevent boredom in your horse(s)? If so, How? Please choose the ways below...

    A. Likit licks or other mineral/salt licks


    3. Do you think Likit or Likit type mineral/salt licks and toys are effective boredom breakers? (If multiple horses with different reactions choose multiple options)
    A. Yes, my horse loves them, they last for ages
         
        09-15-2013, 10:29 PM
      #24
    Weanling
    1. How do you house your horse(s)?

    B. Out in the field (living out the majority of the time, with shelter or no shelter)

    2. Do you have any methods that you use/have used to prevent boredom in your horse(s)? If so, How? Please choose the ways below...

    A. Likit licks or other mineral/salt licks
    D. Putting apples etc. in the water troughs

    3. Do you think Likit or Likit type mineral/salt licks and toys are effective boredom breakers? (If multiple horses with different reactions choose multiple options)

    I would love to try a likit, but despite my pestering (emails etc to the company) they won't sell them in NZ yet. I just choose cheap, unflavoured licks from a local farming supply store.
         
        09-15-2013, 10:44 PM
      #25
    Yearling
    Good luck with your essay if you haven't already completed it!

    1. B for both of my horses (although my mare comes in at night in the winter sometimes due to the cold and her age)

    2. A & E: E only because it's out in the field so they might play with it and I not notice

    3. A & B: my horses like them and use them but more as a dietary supplement then as a boredom reliever.
         

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