Temple Grandin: Horses Need To See Objects From All Sides

Understanding that horses view different sides of objects as entirely new means we can desensitize them to everyday objects from all angles for better safety and welfare, the researcher says.


Have you ever reconsidered things from a different angle?


Horses do it all the time. And when they do, they see those things—whether they’re tractors or umbrellas or hatboxes or kids’ playsets—from a totally new and, hence, potentially terrifying, perspective... <read more> TheHorse.com

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