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Bailey, A., Williams, N., Palmer, M., & Geering, R. (2000). The farmer as service provider: the demand for agricultural commodities and equine services. Agricultural Systems, 66(3), 191–204.
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Balakrishnan, G., Hu, Y., & Spiro, T. G. (2006). Temperature-jump apparatus with Raman detection based on a solid-state tunable (1.80-2.05 microm) kHz optical parametric oscillator laser. Appl Spectrosc, 60(4), 347–351.
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Ballew, R. M., Sabelko, J., & Gruebele, M. (1996). Direct observation of fast protein folding: the initial collapse of apomyoglobin. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A., 93(12), 5759–5764.
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Bannasch, D., Rinaldo, C., Millon, L., Latson, K., Spangler, T., Hubberty, S., et al. (2007). SRY negative 64,XX intersex phenotype in an American saddlebred horse. Vet J, 173(2), 437–439.
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Baragli, P., Demuru, E., & Palagi, E. (2015). Mirror on the wall, who is the horsest of our all? Self-recognition in Equus caballus. In Proceedings of the 3. International Equine Science Meeting.
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Baragli, P., Mariti, C., Petri, L., De Giorgio, F., & Sighieri, C. (2011). Does attention make the difference? Horses' response to human stimulus after 2 different training strategies. J Vet Behav Clin Appl Res, 6(1), 31–38.
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Baragli, P., Vitale, V., Paoletti, E., Sighieri, C., & Reddon, A. R. (2011). Detour behaviour in horses (Equus caballus). Journal of Ethology, 29(2), 227–234.
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Barber, J. A., & Crowell-Davis, S. L. (1994). Maternal behavior of Belgian (Equus caballus) mares. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci., 41(3-4), 161–189.
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Barker, S. C. (2003). The Australian paralysis tick may be the missing link in the transmission of Hendra virus from bats to horses to humans. Med Hypotheses, 60(4), 481–483.
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