Can anyone tell me why a mare at 111 days would drip milkish colored liguid from her teats? 2 days later she developed a clear odorless vaginal discharge. One vet said the milk was not uncommon when called the first day however today the vet said the combination of both may be signs of a dead foal or seperation from the uterus wall or a number of things. Vet is coming day after tomorrow. I am going to check her again tonight. she is eating but I want to watch her for signs of pain and colic. Has anyone any experience or knowledge of this situation you can share with me why I count the hours until the vet arrives?
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