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Not horsing around

On a horse farm in Pennsylvania there are five buildings and 25 horses.

There is an obvious need to constantly watch over every bit of the property for both animal and human safety. Not only do accidents happen in regards to rider-horse mishaps but there are also many health concerns involved in the horse world. The main one is colic. Colic in horses is defined as abdominal pain, which is commonly gastrointestinal in nature, and 10 percent of the occurrences prove to be fatal without swift surgical intervention. For this reason, it is imperative that there are always eyes on each horse. The farm has also birthed ten foals over its 15-year span and as you can imagine, you don’t exactly get to pick when it happens. A surveillance system including Basler IP Cameras should help to keep track of particular stalls.

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