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Horsemart reader and blogger Lucy Saxelby talks us through some of the tell tale signs of when a mare is getting ready to foal. So you have bitten the bullet and after weeks, months or years of deliberating, you have finally put your beloved mare into foal, probably to a stallion who took a similar level of hesitation for you to choose. Mares have a gestation period of between days, most will foal within this period, some still choose not to. The back end of the mare will also change, as the muscles associated with foaling begin to relax. The vulva will be more relaxed as foaling nears - its length will increase and the colour inside will turn from a darker to a brighter red.
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Normal signs of behaviour before and including foaling in mares
Normal signs of behaviour before and including foaling in mares - Breeding - sonataplasticsurgery.com
The expected birth of a foal from a favourite mare can be an exciting but worrying time for many horse owners. Ideally, help and advice should be sought from your veterinarian or someone experienced in foaling mares, in good time before the event. The average gestation of mares is days. However, like people, mares can go into labour earlier than expected.
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Anatomy and Physiology of a Mare’s Reproductive System
Listed below are some of the more commonly performed reproductive surgeries. The notes are a compilation of some of the techniques that the authors use and are not intended as an exhausting, heavily referenced treatise of all available techniques. No attempt has been made to discuss all reproductive techniques or conditions requiring intervention. The procedures work well for us, however readers should be aware that different methods are employed successfully by others. We would be grateful to those who have different ideas and experiences if they would communicate them.
Veterinarian Angela Smith BVSc outlines the foaling process and signs to look for in a mare who is about to deliver. One of the first signs is the distended udder. During the last month the udder usually enlarges. When the udder remains full throughout the day then foaling is probably imminent. The mare should be watched closely.