I have a colt who is a year and a half old now and I would like to get him gelded. He currently has one visible testicle and the other can be felt fairly easily while he is standing. Can he be gelded normally like this or is it a more difficult procedure if both testicles are not visible?
I have a horse who is 18months old now, he was gelded about 4 weeks ago,he went through 2 different operations because one of his testicles was up by his abdomen but is still rearing and acting like a stallion, if not WORSE than he was before he was gelded... How long should i wait before turning him out with mares? and does anyone have any tips on how i can control him better and to stop the rearing?
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