Here's why you should contact your veterinarian for help with a weak or recumbent foal as soon as possible.
Photo by Courtesy Emily Haggett, BVSc, Dipl. ACVIM, MRCVS
Here's how to help your weanling transition to adulthood as smoothly as possible.
Photo by Anne M. Eberhardt
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- Weaning Ways
- Young Horse Digestive Health
- Equine Groups Support UHC's Operation Gelding
- How Can I Tell if a Mare is Pregnant?
- Reproductive Leptospirosis in Horses
- Monitor Mares' Progesterone Levels before Inducing Labor
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Farm Call: Your Questions Answered
Q. Equine reproduction specialist Ryan Ferris, DVM, shares the signs that a mare is in foal.
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