Notes 2- HorsesNotes 2- Horses7 years ago in Writing More Like This
My Notes #2: Horses and How They Act
-Horses generally run when scared
-Horses stay in the security of the herd
-Ears point in direction of attention. Horses should have one ear back at rider, one ear forward.
-Ears moving back and forth=Uncertainty.
-Ears pinned back=Anger or Fear
-Kinked Tail=Submissive Fear.
-Face: Long nose and tight mouth=anxiety and fear
-A wrinkled nose=Annoyance and Disgust
-Horses mouth flexes when learning something new, relaxes when it understands.
-A horse threatening to bite has an open mouth and maybe bared teeth.
-Pasture, hay and concentrates.
-A horses hooves grow continuously. Hooves need to be trimmed every month to keep them in proper shape.
-Hooves should be cleaned after riding
-Stalled horses need their hooves picked daily.
-Horses who work allot need to be shoes.
-Shoes need to be changed once a month.
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My Notes 1- FoodMy Notes 1- Food7 years ago in Writing More Like This
My Notes #1-Food:
-Trencher bread was used as plates(four-day old brown bread, given to the poor latter on).
-Children could not have red meat or fruit(bad for health) but they could have milk.
-Nobility hunted year long(deer, boar, game birds)
-Richer houses enjoyed grated cheese mixed with herbs and eggs to make "herbolace"(a cross between scrambled eggs and an omelet).
-For a bed time or morning drink, they would sometimes have "Cauldles" (Egg yolks, honey, wine, and bread crumbs mixed and heated together).
-Swans and Peacocks were popular for banquet food.
-Most common people of Europe ate bread and pottage(a soupy stew sometimes with scraps of dried meat, bacon, or dried fish.).
-Country people baked bread, towns people bought it or paid the bread maker to cook their loaves in his oven.
-Meals of roast meat or fresh fish considered a novelty among peasants.
-Most houses possessed a herb garden for medicines or flavoring.
-Honey was used to sweeten