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Inexpensive outdoor cameras and electronic sensors have led to this topic.  The visual recording helps to prevent theft and worker abuse of horses.  They are watching…

While door and barn entrance monitors will identify the Houdini horse in the barn, they can also see the presence of an unwanted late-night visitor. For example, one horse owner told me that she discovered small black bears would visit the horses after installing her barn cameras! The horses were unimpressed.

Remember to keep the recordings for a bit but delete old versions to maintain your hard drive space. A cloud storage system off-site is an ideal storage location, or having the hard drives out of the barn keeps the ability to determine the cause of the barn destruction possible.

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