Learn without the hassle with the Horse MOOC!
Whatever either your initial level of knowledge, you will follow the progression, without difficulty.
For 3 months, you can enjoy wherever you want, at your own pace:
- 18 videos, 2 hours 50 minutes
lectures, horse observation comments, testimonies…
- 47 teaching aids
presentations used during lessons, written transcripts of speeches, links and digital supports to go further
- 31 varied and fun quiz questions
Or a personal investment estimated at 9:30 a.m.
The key is your training follow-up certificate.
Do you want to optimize the management of your grass horse or learn more about how a meadow works? This module gives you good management practices and allows you to make informed choices based on benefit-risk analyzes.
This program presents knowledge that is consensus in the scientific community, as of the state of knowledge in May 2018.
During your progression, you reach the following educational objectives:
Theme 1: From soil to plant
- Understand photosynthesis Know where water and nutrients come from
Know how :
- Being able to relate the composition of a soil to its properties for breeding
Theme 2: From grass to hay
- Know what hay is
- Know the dynamics of the evolution of the richness of grass
- Understand the principle of a bioindicator plant and be able to cite examples
Know how :
- Recognize nutritious, poisonous and useful plants
- Know how to recognize good hay according to criteria
Theme 3: Managing the horse housed outside
- Recognize the social structures of a herd of horses in natural conditions
- Know good practices: the development and maintenance of a meadow, prophylaxis, allow horses to have social relationships, feed horses
- Understand the concept of loading a pasture
- Understanding the role of the horse in an agroecological system
- Be convinced of the interdependence of human, nature and animal health
Know how :
- Know the differences between agroecology and ancient agriculture
- Cite examples of the complementarity of cattle and horses on the prairie
- Know how to observe a meadow in order to preserve it
- Become aware of soil evolution
- Understand whether or not putting protections depends on a benefit-risk estimate.