So, I went out to feed lunch just a minute ago and found this coming out of my mare T. She was bred on May 11, 13, 15. She was checked last Wed (27th) and everything looked great. We think she had twins initially but becuse there were two sacks...one with a definiate embryo in it and then just the sack with just fluid in it. We have been watching it but it appears that if there was a second embryo it asorbed and the sack was still there and would eventually resolve itself. Could it be possible that this is the sack expelling itself? Of course I am worried that it is an infection. No changes in her eating, temperment, vitals, etc. So what do you think it is?
I did already call the vet but currious if any of you know what might be going on while I am waiting for him to call me back.
Im interested to hear what the vet said.. i have amare that is like that all the time and our vet said it was nothing to worry about
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