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Long gestation - possible problems?

Discuss normal, abnormal and immediate post-foaling issues.

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Long gestation - possible problems?

Postby innishfael » Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:52 pm

I have a mare in foal that is now on day 392 of gestation. I bred her to the stallion on March 31, she has not been with him or any other males since that date. She is 22 years old, her last foal was born on day 368, so I did not get anxious until we went over day 375. Have had the vet out twice since that time, foal is alive and he said it was large. Mare has really no bag to speak of, nothing like she has had in the past. Fescue is not the issue. Vet says we have to just wait, which I understand but am fretting over possible issues with the foal. Are there any complications with foals born from a long gestation? I have Seramune and Foal Response on hand, along with a source of colostrum, just worried about possible issues and am hoping someone out there has had experience with this and has advice.
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