The Owl’s Corner #2, May 2011 – Species Preferences
Can we generalize about what species and breeds prefer,
or it is best to "go to the horse's mouth" as individuals?
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Shoshana A. asks:
"As an animal-lover and aspiring animal-communicator, one of my more compelling curiosities is what type of environment different animals would prefer to inhabit, if given the choice.
"For example, do horses tend to prefer living in an open field with a tree for shelter, or in a stall? If so, does this vary by individual/breed? Are there any other lifestyle factors (such as working every day, rotating types of exercise, types of feed, size of stall, degree of light) that horses tend to prefer, or does degree of selectivity and preference vary by individual?
"I understand that this level of specificity is likely greater than what is generally communicated, but I'm curious if there is a lifestyle preference among individuals and species.
"Thank you so much for your insight."