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Non-invasive stress evaluation in domestic horses ( Equus caballus ): impact of housing conditions on sensory laterality and immunoglobulin A

Marr, I. ; Preisler, V. ; Farmer, K. ; Stefanski, V. ; Krueger, K.


The study aimed to evaluate sensory laterality and concentration of faecal immunoglobulin A (IgA) as non-invasive measures of stress in horses by comparing them with the already established measures of motor laterality and faecal glucocorticoid metabolites (FGMs). Eleven three-year-old horses were exposed to known stressful situations (change of housing, initial training) to assess the two new ...


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