Monitoring distances travelled by horses using GPS tracking collars.

@article{Hampson2010MonitoringDT,
  title={Monitoring distances travelled by horses using GPS tracking collars.},
  author={Brian A Hampson and John Murray Morton and Paul C. Mills and Mark Trotter and David W. Lamb and Christopher Charles Pollitt},
  journal={Australian veterinary journal},
  year={2010},
  volume={88 5},
  pages={
          176-81
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The aims of this work were to (1) develop a low-cost equine movement tracking collar based on readily available components, (2) conduct preliminary studies assessing the effects of both paddock size and internal fence design on the movements of domestic horses, with and without foals at foot, and (3) describe distances moved by mares and their foals. Additional monitoring of free-ranging feral horses was conducted to allow preliminary comparisons with the movement of confined domestic… CONTINUE READING
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