How the age of a horse determined?
Asked by Piaa, 23 Apr '13 05:20 pm
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The art of determining the age of horses by inspection of the teeth is an old one. It can be developed to a considerable degree of accuracy in determining the age of young horses. The probability of error increases as age advances and becomes a guess after the horse reaches 10 to 14 years of age. Stabled animals tend to appear younger than they are, whereas those grazing sandy areas, such as range horses, appear relatively old because of wear on the teeth.
Source: :p :pAnswered by Nauty, 23 Apr '13 05:21 pm
By its teeth;))Answered by rk, 23 Apr '13 05:21 pm
Like Bulls and Buffallo it is also determined by its Teeth OnlyAnswered by Life to, 23 Apr '13 05:21 pm
Seeing their teethAnswered by Quest, 24 Apr '13 11:37 am
By inspection of the teethAnswered by anantharaman, 23 Apr '13 08:39 pm
By his teethAnswered by krish, 23 Apr '13 05:36 pm