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Dean Bland Dip WCF Hons, BA Hons, MAFA Barnsley, Yorkshire

Research Projects :

The influence of humans in the ongoing welfare of animals is well documented, with habitual human activity establishing patterns of aetiology (Rogers and White, 2016). Studies have begun to describe the extent and nature of the suboptimal welfare effecting equid populations. Within these studies a high variety of welfare compromises have been identified (Horseman et al., 2016; Vilela and Bland, 2016; Mullan et al., 2014).

On this page you can review documents for research projects into suboptimal welfare, including adverse farriery for laminitic journey, hoof morphology and the impact of anthropengic noise:

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Research Projects

Anthropogenic Noise

Laminitis Case Study

Adverse Hoof Morphology Case Study