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eBook Paddocks and Shelters: Organizing Proper Pasture Management ePub

by Lydia Nevzorova

  • ISBN: 146812580X
  • Category: Pets and Animal Care
  • Subcategory: Hobby
  • Author: Lydia Nevzorova
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 17, 2012)
  • Pages: 48
  • ePub book: 1206 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1431 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 773

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A unique format of comprehensive and relevant photo illustrations comprise this handbook that guides you to make the best choices when arranging and constructing your horses’ paddocks and shelters has been added to your Cart.

Paddocks and Shelters book. Start by marking Paddocks and Shelters: Organizing Proper Pasture Management (Nevzorov Haute Ecole Management) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Her popular book series on equine management and hoof care is under translation to English. As with all Nevzorova Haute manuals, Lydia speaks an exact truth, loaded with a clear conscience and common sense

Her popular book series on equine management and hoof care is under translation to English. She may be contacted at infoeecole. As with all Nevzorova Haute manuals, Lydia speaks an exact truth, loaded with a clear conscience and common sense. Though there are many other Books on the subject overflowing the book world, This is one needed (on Tablet) in every desk drawer, on every bookcase and with every student. There are no well wishes to different products or recommendations that will put your pocket in the hole.

Proper and regulated pasture loading is of paramount importance for . It is estimated that grazing land management and pasture improvement (.

Proper and regulated pasture loading is of paramount importance for ensuring quality grazing. Pastures were renovated on six out of eight paddocks on Farmlet A, but only one paddock of each of Farmlets B (typical management) and C (intensive rotational grazing) was renovated. through managing grazing intensity, improved productivity, etc) have a global technical mitigation potential of almost 1·5 Gt CO2 equivalent in 2030, with additional mitigation possible from restoration of degraded lands.

Lydia Nevzorova graduated St. Petersburg Gerzin University (Arts), graduated with honors from College of Equine Studies (Newmarket) and continued studies at Equine Science at Warwickshire College of Equine Study of Harper Adams University, in England.

A paddock is a small enclosure for horses. In the United Kingdom, this term also applies to a field for a general automobile racing competition, particularly Formula 1. In Canada and the United States of America, a paddock is a small enclosure used to keep horses

Good grazing management (with pasture rest periods) and good fertility will go a long way in keeping the forage . An organized system that combines the appropriate preventative, cultural, mechanical, and chemical measures for each pasture is required.

Good grazing management (with pasture rest periods) and good fertility will go a long way in keeping the forage healthy and able to compete with pasture weeds. To prevent spread of weeds, avoid spreading manure con-taminated with weed seeds, clean equipment after working in weed-infested pastures, and keep fencerows free of problem weeds. Start by evaluating the present status of your pastures and devise a 3- to 5-year plan of pasture improvement.

Proper and regulated pasture loading is of paramount importance for ensuring quality . The sustainable grazing management includes a proper stocking rate, livestock type and recovery time for grass regrowth after.

Proper and regulated pasture loading is of paramount importance for ensuring quality grazing with valuable botanical composition, conservation of species diversity and longer use. Still, in many countries, free grazing is applied, which damages both the grasses density and species proportion in grasslands. Systematic and organized grazing (regular or parcel) would help to preserve species diversity and grass density. 3. Grazing management. The sustainable grazing management includes a proper stocking rate, livestock type and recovery time for grass regrowth after grazing.

This book is an update of Tasmanian Pasture Pests by McQuillan and Ireson that was published by the Department of Agriculture,Tasmania . This book is based on the latest knowledge and experience of many DPIW and TIAR ofcers.

This book is an update of Tasmanian Pasture Pests by McQuillan and Ireson that was published by the Department of Agriculture,Tasmania (Hobart) in 1987. This knowledge has been used and incorporated into the text, creating a publication focused specically on pastures and forage pests in the Tasmanian environment.

Paddocks and Shelters portrays the reality of horse keeping in order to help horse owners honestly and objectively evaluate their own properties or boarding facilities. A unique format of comprehensive and relevant photo illustrations comprise this handbook that guides you to make the best choices when arranging and constructing your horses’ paddocks and shelters, as well as alerting you to hazardous, yet all too common practices. Concise, clear captions and comments provide numerous responsible options for safe and comfortable equine habitats, along with what to avoid and why. Expert advice from seasoned horse owners outlines effective, appealing solutions for everything from fencing materials to water troughs – all with the best interest of the horse in mind. This book is the translation of the popular Russian book, Paddocks and Shelters by Lydia Nevzorova, which leads off the Nevzorov Haute Ecole series on Equine Management which includes volumes on stable setup, hoof care, blanketing and more. This insightful series offers a revolutionary approach to horse keeping in a handy format brimming with valuable knowledge in an easy-to-remember fashion. Lydia Nevzorova imparts her wisdom and experience in a friendly conversational style that appeals to all levels of horse people. This peerless atlas of equine management is an asset to every horse owner’s library. • professional advice • 200 comprehensive color photos with detailed comments from around the world • over 100 valuable practical tips

Comments

Felolak Felolak
As with all Nevzorova Haute manuals, Lydia speaks an exact truth, loaded with a clear conscience and common sense. Though there are many other Books on the subject overflowing the book world, This is one needed (on Tablet) in every desk drawer, on every bookcase and with every student. There are no well wishes to different products or recommendations that will put your pocket in the hole. Nevzorava gives you precise and honest answers filled with recommendations from the heart of not only a Horses companion but one that shows the Horse is FAMILY and not just property. ​
Helo Helo
There was a lot of information on what NOT to do but not a lot of information on what TO do in shelters and paddocks. Written with a very Russian point of view. I was hoping for a broader range of information so I am disappointed. The most useful pages for me were the last few on the topic of winter management, with specific home made ideas to keep water from freezing.
Shou Shou
A very helpful book.
Skyway Skyway
I loved this book with it's clear analysis of the safe or unsafe ways in which people keep their horses. The picture point out very clearly and give good examples of what to be careful of and how to work around things. Horses are clever, sometimes too clever for the environments humans put them into. I find this book would be fabulous for every person who has horses. I am a professional hoof care provider and see many places where improvements are needed in their living spaces for horses. I would recommend this book to every horse person.
Anyshoun Anyshoun
I don't even have to buy this book to know this is more of a personal opinion than based in facts. "Broken boards increase chance of injury ten-fold" I'd like to see the studies behind that one (not saying they're unsafe, because they are). Or the fact it says electric fence is a huge No-No. That's just absurd, it's one of the best fences out there; it's very cheap, it can be highly visible, and is pretty strong. Even if the power on it runs out, if strung up in a permanent manner, it can still effectively hold a horse in. Being against electric fences, I can guess they're again shock collars as well. I will not ever condone a person's opinion being passed off as fact.

Good fences for horses:
Plank
Woven Wire
Electric (Electric tape is preferred for optimal visibility)
Some plastic fences (please do your research when getting one!)

Bad fences for horses:
Barb Wire (it can keep horses in but it can also really injure them)
Many plastic fences, as in certain weather it can completely shatter (go ahead and look up shattered PVC fences)
Bloodfire Bloodfire
My histry with Horses began even before i was 10. In college i had been taking riding lessons but then switched to Parelli system. When i got to level one, i quit because it was all wrong and i began going the NHE way. Since that happened my horses changed to being more muscular and clever. We do all the high school elements in complete liberty. On the ground and in the saddle.
But without principles described in this book about paddocs and shelters the would not feel as comfortable as they feel now. This book contains well thought out writings that are truly unique in their field.
I would recomend this book to everyone who really cares for their horses and feel that they are bound to give them the best they can. But there are also people who i would not recomend this book - the ones who prefer the claassical way, because it destroys their belif system pretty badly.
Kigul Kigul
I have known Lydia for a while now, and what i can say about her works and about this book in particular is, as everything Lydia creates, it is well thought and very practical.

I have a horse, he is 18 now. When i got him he looked like all other horses in sports in Russia: barely alive, skinny with nearly broken back. Now he he is beautiful, strong and healthy. People say he doesn't even look five years old. Since we began practicing horsemanship based on NHE in ever aspect, including managemend, things between our horse and us changed. And that change is dramatic.

So i do recomend this book to very horse owner out there who is not obsessed with horse riding but feels that their horse can do more than mere pumpkin carrying.
I enjoyed this book with helpful advice of proper horse habitats. for too long horses have been kept in conditions leading to early demise and this book is a fresh reminder of what is really important; the safety and well being of our beloved horses.