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Say "Neigh" to Abuse: On the Treatment of Horses and Mules in the Civil War
Contributor(s):: Anika N. Jensen
The stuffed head of Old Baldy, General George Meade’s favorite horse, can be found mounted on the wall of the Grand Army of the Republic Museum in Philadelphia. General Robert E. Lee’s horse, Traveler, received gifts and international adoration even after the war’s end, and...
¿Y si hacemos turismo con llamas? | Alejandra Arias-Stella | TEDxTukuy
Antes de la conquista del Perú, las llamas eran el animal de carga por excelencia. Sin embargo, con la llegada de los españoles y la reducción de la población nativa, las llamas fueron reemplazadas por las mulas y los caballos. En esta charla, Alejandra Arias,...
A welfare assessment scoring system for working equids - a method for identifying at risk populations and for monitoring progress of welfare enhancement strategies (trialed in Egypt)
Contributor(s):: Ali, A. B. A., El-Sayed, M. A., Matoock, M. Y., Fouad, M. A., Heleski, C. R.
There are an estimated 112 million horses, donkeys and mules (i.e., working equids) in developing regions of the world. Though their roles are often fundamental to the well-being of the families they work for, their welfare is often severely compromised due to the limited resources and/or limited...
Horses and mules in the Civil War : a complete history with a roster of more than 700 war horses
Contributor(s):: Armistead, Gene C.
Draft Animals on the United States Frontier
Contributor(s):: Kauffman, Kyle D., Liebowitz, Jonathan J.
Mine Mules: Their Use in Coal Mines in the United States
Contributor(s):: Sprowles, Michael R.
Mules, Horses, And Dogs - Fort Robinson In World War II
Contributor(s):: Buecker, Thomas R.
Pack Transport: The New Guinea Campaign, January - March 1943
Contributor(s):: Natzio, Georgina
The Horse And Mule Industry In Ohio To 1865
Contributor(s):: Jones, Robert Leslie
The Mule As A Factor In The Development Of The Southwest
Contributor(s):: Ewing, Floyd F., Jr.
The Mule, the South, and Economic Progress
Contributor(s):: Sawers, Larry
The Mule: The Worker that "Can't Get No Respect"
Contributor(s):: Arnold, Watson C.
The Mules Of Yosemite
Contributor(s):: Mackie, Ron
Why Mules Deserve Respect
Contributor(s):: Phillips, Richie
Why Was The Mining Mule Not A Horse? The Control Of Agency Problems In American Mines
Contributor(s):: Kauffman, Kyle D.
Contributor(s):: Cook, Tim, Iarocci, Andrew
Social relations in a mixed group of mules, ponies and donkeys reflect differences in equid type
Contributor(s):: Proops, Leanne, Burden, Faith, Osthaus, Britta
From mules, horses and livestock to companion animals: a linguistic-etymological approach to veterinary history, mirroring animal and (mainly) human welfare
Contributor(s):: Devriese, L.
The use of quantitative risk assessment to assess lifetime welfare outcomes for breech strike and mulesing management options in Merino sheep
Contributor(s):: Fisher, A. D., Giraudo, A., Martin, P. A. J., Paton, M. W.
An evaluation of breakaway snares for use in coyote control
Contributor(s):: Robert L. Phillips, F. Sherman Blom, Richard E. Johnson
Seven types of breakaway snares were evaluated for breaking strength and variability using a universal testing machine. Maximum tension before breakage for individual snares ranged from 142 to 486 pounds. Sheet metal locks which ripped out, and S-hooks which straightened, provided the least...