What Do Ferrets Eat in the Wild?

What Do Ferrets Eat in the Wild?

Ferrets belonging to the weasel family, are small furry carnivorous animals that usually make up as excellent pets for people who have a way with animals and bonds well with them. Ferrets are known to be quiet mammals that are inquisitive by nature. Another reason that makes them a wonderful pet is their friendly and companionable nature. These are intelligent mammals and are super easy to train, which makes it easier for the people interested in having them as a…

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How Do I Keep My Chicken Coop Clean?

How Do I Keep My Chicken Coop Clean?

A house is a place where everyone seeks comfort and cleanliness, even the chickens and fowls. Chickens are the birds, often taken as animals which are mainly used for food purposes since the wild chicken is too tedious to catch, many farmers have started domestication and rearing chickens and other types of poultry for food and poultry purposes. Chickens and other poultry birds live in a chicken coop, which is like a box, designed to keep chickens. What is a chicken coop?…

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Introducing Missy Wryn’s Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia

Introducing Missy Wryn’s Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia exhausts our energy and drains our dreams. At the Equine Support Center for Fibromyalgia participants receive pampering care along with mind and body awareness techniques to infuse healing energies in the painful places, all in preparation for energized Horse time. The preparation and energizing is far reaching into the Horse time and beyond which is unique to the ESCF’s support and approach. Come have fun with Missy Wryn and her horses. Missy Wryn I’ve written about Missy Wryn, teacher…

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Researchers Urge Rethink of ‘Monty Roberts’ Horse Training Method

Researchers Urge Rethink of ‘Monty Roberts’ Horse Training Method

In the article, Researchers urge rethink of ‘Monty Roberts’ horse training method, I read about a fascinating method of using remote control cars to mimic the actions of a trainer using the “Join-Up” method with success, demonstrating that horses respond to pressure and release rather than making a human-horse connection. Horses respond to pressure and release from a remote control model car exactly as they do with humans. image courtesy of http://phys.org/ Researchers at the University of Sydney have given…

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Equine-Human Interspecies Art: “hyperpowerful, hypersensitive and hypernervous”

Equine-Human Interspecies Art: “hyperpowerful, hypersensitive and hypernervous”

I found it at times, eerily beautiful, and sometimes just eery. Is this just the teenage girl’s dream gone to extreme madness or something far greater? From the article: Marion Laval-Jeantet has injected herself with horse blood plasma as part of an artistic project exploring trans-species relationships…As part of the performance piece she also wore a set of stilts with hooves on the end to feel at one with the horse. She walked around with the donor horse in a…

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