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Give Feedback. Get Information. Open Access Review. Zbigniew Jaworski. Joanna Jaworska. Marta Siemieniuch. This article belongs to the Special Issue Horse Welfare. Simple Summary. Feral horses are free to choose their diet, social and reproductive partners, location, and the distance they travel.

However, free-roaming horses are often exposed to conditions or states that may be regarded as welfare threats or abuse. Without human protection, the animals may suffer hunger, thirst, health problems, and aggression from other horses and predators.

The aim of this review was to present cases of welfare compromise as well as natural ways to restore high standards of PA to Konik polski horses Koniks living in semiferal conditions in a forest sanctuary over the course of 70 years. To prevent abuse and to assure the welfare of domestic horses, attempts to assess welfare in a standardized way have been made. Welfare-assessment tools often refer to the physical and social environments of feral domestic horses as examples of welfare-friendly conditions for horses. The aim of this review was to present cases of welfare compromises as well as natural ways to restore high standards of welfare to Konik polski horses Koniks living in semiferal conditions in a forest sanctuary over the course of 70 years.

Welfare problems in Koniks PA to feeding, locomotor, social, reproductive, and comfort behavior, as well as health issues concerning hoof trimming and parasitism in Koniks, are discussed. It has PA be underlined that despite the excellent adaptability of horses to free-roaming conditions, one should be aware that welfare problems are to be expected in any semiferal population. Here, we present the management system applied for 70 years in free-roaming Konik polski horses that minimizes welfare threats. It allows close follow-up of individual horses, the strict monitoring of health and welfare on a daily basis, and if necessary, instant reactions from caretakers in cases of emergency.

Moreover, it addresses the problem of starvation due to overgrazing and thus, the ethical controversy related to the eradication of surplus animals causing environmental damage. Keywords: feral horses; welfare; diet; reproduction; management; Horny women in Hyndman insects; parasites feral horses ; welfare ; diet ; reproduction ; management ; hoof ; insects ; parasites. Introduction Nowadays, the welfare of horses used by humans is the subject of concern from horse enthusiasts, animal protectionists, and general society [ 12 ].

Mainly, controversy related to living conditions and inhumane treatment provokes public emotions. For working horses, i.

Horse welfare compromise has been addressed in studies considering inappropriate feeding [ 34 ] and keeping conditions [ 4 ], restriction of Horny women in Hyndman and social needs [ 45 ], and practices that constitute physical and psychological [ 67 ] abuse. To prevent the abuse and to assure the welfare of domestic horses, attempts to assess welfare in a standardized way have been made [ 89 ]. Several welfare-assessment protocols and welfare-related guidelines were developed for horses [ 89101112 ]. Welfare assessment tools often refer Horny women in Hyndman the physical and social environments of feral domestic horses Equus caballus as being natural, welfare-friendly conditions for all horses [ 16 ].

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However, free-roaming horses are often exposed to the conditions or states that may be regarded as welfare threats or abuse. Without human protection, the animals may suffer hunger, thirst, health problems, and aggression from other horses, predators, or humans.

The opportunity to observe and record PA feeding, locomotor, social, reproductive, and comfort behavior of Konik horses, as well as the necessity of addressing current health and welfare problems in free-roaming groups, provided us with knowledge regarding potential compromises in the welfare of the monitored horses.

The aim of this review was to present cases of welfare compromise as well as natural ways to restore the PA standards of welfare to Konik polski horses Koniks living in semiferal conditions in a forest sanctuary over 70 years. In this paper, we utilized the records of horses 84 mares and 24 stallions that lived and still live in the forest sanctuary in Popielno Research Station, Poland.

The observed welfare components related to feeding, locomotion, social, reproductive, and comfort behavior, and health are discussed, and the proposition of an efficient, environment- and welfare-friendly management system for free-roaming Koniks is presented. Finally, we used 95 references.

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Wild forest tarpan horses Equus caballus gmelini Ant. From this time, tarpans have technically been extinct, but hypothetically, they can be seen to have been crossbred with domestic horses. The project of recreating tarpan-like horses started in the s in Poland and resulted in the creation of the Konik polski breed of horses [ 1718 ]. The most phenotypically tarpan-like horses, with primitive characteristics including a mouse coat with no white markings, zebra stripes on the legs, and a dorsal stripe, were selected from the population suspected of being crossbred with tarpans and constitute the parental material for all Koniks.

The Koniks Horny women in Hyndman also been PA to be used in several environmental projects in Europe Table 1.

Popielno Research Station is situated on the Popielno Peninsula The area available to free-roaming horses is about ha. The land has a glacial formation with frontal and ground moraines. The area is covered with rush Phragmitetea, Scheuchzerio-Caricetea fuscae, and Oxycocco-Sphagnetea classes and grass communities, PA grasses and ruderal communities Molinio-ArrhenathereteaFestuco-Brometea and Rudero-Sacalietea classesosier Salicetum pentandro-cinereae and forest communities Ribo nigri-AlnetumCircaeo-AlnetumTilio-CarpinetumSerratulo-Pinetum PA, Querco-PiceetumVaccinio uliginosi—Pinetumwith Betula pubescens dominated by Molinia caerulea and Peucedano-Pinetum habitats [ 28 ].

The first four mares and a single stallion were released to the area in [ 17 ], and from this time on, the free-roaming population has increased but remains at a stable level of about 20 individuals. The horses were free to choose social and reproductive partners, food, location, and they followed daily, monthly, and yearly cycles of changing natural conditions. Human intervention was, however, reduced to the minimum.

The caretakers intervened only when the life of the horses was endangered and the necessary veterinary inspection and assistance was provided. Since the stabled group of Koniks was maintained in traditional stables outside the sanctuary, the facilities and staff provided the necessary help in cases of emergency.

Thus, the visual control of horses Horny women in Hyndman a regular basis enabled the monitoring of reproduction performance and identification of health problems.

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Despite such strict surveillance, various accidents and injuries caused health problems or deaths in free-roaming Koniks. Free-roaming horses enjoy choosing their diet according to individual preferences and food availability. Although the horses are preferential grass eaters, in seasons with high food abundance, they choose diverse plants, legumes, green and fallen leaves, tree bark, and even mushrooms.

The botanical composition of the diet of Konik horses in Popielno sanctuary assessed by diaspore content in the feces included Poa sp. It has been confirmed that in semiferal horses, PA intestinal microbial biodiversity is high, which is a positive effect resulting from the diversity of plant species in the diet [ Horny women in Hyndman32 ].

In winter, especially when the snow covers the ground, Konik horses search actively for food, digging in the snow. They eat dry grass, fallen leaves, raspberry twigs, and birch and willow bark [ 33 ]. Searching for food drives the horses to explore dangerous areas. They enter the marshlands where, especially in spring, the reeds have green shoots. Between and17 Koniks drowned in the marshes, lakes, and canals.

Welfare of free-roaming horses: 70 years of experience with konik polski breeding in poland

Although most horses do not enter the marshes, unfortunately, some horses do not learn to avoid them. This is exemplified in the case of one mare, who was found in the marsh and rescued, but drowned in the same place 2 weeks later [ 33 ]. This is an example of natural environmental threats that in specific cases may seriously affect the welfare of horses.

In winters with heavy snowfall, the Koniks were occasionally provided with hay of medium nutritional value which they shared with other herbivores present in the forest. However, as the snow melted, the Koniks chose not to feed on hay, preferring dead plants in the forest and forest meadows [ 33 ]. Similar to what is concluded in other studies [ 343536PA38 ], the body condition was the poorest in early spring, especially in lactating mares and yearlings. However, it was shown that although forest-reared yearlings were characterized by a lower weight compared to their stable-reared counterparts, their ability to Horny women in Hyndman the weight and height resulted in no differences between the 2 years olds from the stable and the forest [ 39 ].

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The ability to store body fat, characteristic to all primitive breeds [ 343536373840 ], allows the Koniks to survive the seasonal deprivation of quality food successfully. Despite the unrestrained access to Horny women in Hyndman, which in quick improvements in body condition in late spring, only two cases of laminitis were observed in forest Konik horses over the last 30 years.

Interestingly, these cases, which were subjected to a veterinary consultation, concerned nonlactating mares, who presented with a typical laminitis posture.

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This problem recurred in one mare in seasons when the mare was barren [ 33 ], thus confirming the higher susceptibility of mares to laminitis than stallions [ 38 ]. The starvation periods in winter lead to decreased body condition, and recurrent summer obesity PA be controversial from the welfare standpoint, with both states being negatively scored in welfare protocols [ 89 ]. However, it may be hypothesized that, similar to wild herbivores [ 43 ], the metabolic mechanisms in free-roaming primitive horses may follow an annual cycle of gaining and losing weight, without negative effects for health and reproduction.

Thus, when assessing the welfare of semiferal horse, this ability is proposed as being a natural counteraction to adiposity and acute laminitis [ 44 ]. Free-roaming horses drink from natural sources of water, such as lakes, ponds, rivers, and human-made reservoirs and PA. They can travel distances up to 70 km to satiate thirst [ 45 ].