I bought mt mare about 10 months ago. And right before her utter was a little notts around like. I did not think anything about it until they got bigger and she started to gain weight even thuogh we feed her less, she is now 1310 lbs. and 15 hands. My husband found milk dripping from her tets and call a vet she said to put her a stall with some clean hay and wait has been three days and the only thing that has happen is she leak some clear mucus from her vulva and swellen. She is acting diffrent she is usually she is sweet but latley she has been mean to me and all of the or horse too.
Posted on Tuesday, February 20, 2001 - 10:23 pm:
You should have the veterinarian examine the mare to establish if she is pregnant or not. It is important to be present at the birth as there can be things that go wrong, so it is important to know if your mare is pregnant or not.
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