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  1. Need a little more detail...what did he do wrong? How is the horse now showing lame? Do you have pics?
  2. Need a little more detail...what did he do wrong? How is the horse now showing lame? Do you have pics?
  3. Foal a bit "over in knees"... nutritional?

    one of my foals was over in the knees...worse than yours....til about 8 weeks....I dont really get too concerned until they are about 3 months old.
  4. Foal a bit "over in knees"... nutritional?

    one of my foals was over in the knees...worse than yours....til about 8 weeks....I dont really get too concerned until they are about 3 months old.
  5. Equine Breeding Research Facility to Close

    That will be a HUGE blow to the equine community. Audrey you are missing the big picture. What a shame...I hope it find the funding it needs to stay open and continue its work in the equine reproduction field.
  6. New Foal

    red bag deliveries are common with infections, such as placentitis. Usually the infections invade the uterus via the cervix due to it not being as tight as it should be (trying to explain in english best I can). Regumate can help with this. Before rebreeding, if you plan to, have a culture and cytology performed first.
  7. Artificial insemination?

    check out www.equine-reproduction.com for all the answers to all of your questions, concerns, and more.
  8. Artificial insemination?

    check out www.equine-reproduction.com for all the answers to all of your questions, concerns, and more.
  9. Retained Placenta (CVM??)

    The placenta may be out now, BUT your fight may have JUST begun. I would get to another vet and have her flushed and maybe infused as well for three days.
  10. Retained Placenta (CVM??)

    The placenta may be out now, BUT your fight may have JUST begun. I would get to another vet and have her flushed and maybe infused as well for three days.
  11. What to look for in a stud

    GO BUY EXACTLY WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING FOR IN A FOAL. It will COST YOU LESS and you are guaranteed to find what you want...instead of taking a chance on breeding. WHY do you want to breed your mare instead of looking for exactly what you want in the first place?
  12. Critique my paint please

    quote: Originally posted by littlebayroan: Really hard to tell anything from the pics as they are all at odd angles and make him look at odd angles. You need shots from straight on, left side, rear, and front for a good confo critique. My thoughts as well....but from what I CAN see is that he has a lack of meat on his topline.
  13. Kitty Questions

    Make sure their eyes are clear and clean...no goop or runny stuff. As soon as you get your kitty, sooner the better and you can bottle feed with goat milk or kitten milk replacer, have it tested by a vet for feline leukemia. Start vaccinations at 6 weeks. Spay and neuter as soon as your vet will allow, usually around 6 months seems to be the norm. Good luck.