What kind of things do horses do to communicate?
There is a long list to how horses communicate. Horses use their ears, mouth, they nudge you and sometimes head-butt you and many more ways.
== == Horses communicate for the same reason humans communicate. To know things, to understand things, to talk for no reason. or naaaayy for no reason. All animals have some way of talking. A horse might be saying "Hey, theres a wildcat nearby!" or hey, how was the grain? Imagine you are walking around in random streets where no one speaks your language and the city is dangerous. Wouldn't you stick with a partner and…
Horses are herbivores which means that they do not eat meat. Horses mostly eat grass and plants, and things, if they are wild, but if they are domestic, then there is a large agenda of things, such as oats, molasses, hardfeed, grass,( although all horses eat grass, including wild horses) hay, grain, straw, and lots of things more.
Horses communicate with people the same way that they would communicate with other horses. To a horse that is used to people, those people are simply other horses that stand on two legs and look a lot different from a real horse. It doesn't know any different nor can know the difference. A horse can only communicate the way it knows how.
Arabian horses communicate just like any other breed. Just like humans, they communicate through sound! So if you want into a barn and there are horses neighing back and forth, its just like you and i having a conversation! -Quinnifer101 Also, horses often communicate by body language. Sometimes even more so than sound. Pinned back ears show anger, while teeth clacking shows submission. Arabs are just like any horse breed when it comes to communication…
An easy question to answer! Horses generally cummunicate all the time, by swishing their tails, their ears, body language, and neighs, nickers, whinnies, snorts, and grunts. Horses can even communicate through sound we can't hear. The can make soft noises that are inaudible to the human ears, but they can hear. Sometimes they can hear it from a distance.