Dealing with Dummy Foals

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At first, everything seems fine: Your foal was born without incident and started nursing as he should. But two days later, the baby quit suckling and began acting strangely--wandering around and pressing his head against the stall wall. Your youngster could have "dummy foal syndrome," one of the most common and costly problems requiring intensive foal care.

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