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  • Breeding mare smelling nose and striking

View Poll Results: Is she cominng into heat?
Yes 1 25.00%
No 2 50.00%
I have no clue 1 25.00%
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    04-26-2012, 10:27 PM
  #11
Yearling
My pregnant mares peep, wink, and call to the stallions, and go nose to nose and let him smell and kiss, and strike out, and make the dinosaur noises as my grand kids call the squealing, but when the pee doesn't smell right he moves on. Granted my mares are all hussies, and were in a herd situation for several years with one of my stallions, now he has his own pen which he likes during the winter but not to fond of during breeding season.
     
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    04-26-2012, 11:52 PM
  #12
Trained
My mares when in heat not only "talk" and pee they back up to the fence as close as they can to him.
For what it is worth the mare that had a still born foal and the mare that foaled last week both squealed and raised their tails when near the stallion which led me to believe they were not bred.
He also struts up to and talks to any mare that is near. Bred or not.
If she is not bvacking up to him and squatting and peeing I would say she is not in heat.
Let the vet check. Relax you will know soon enough. Lol Shalom
     
    04-27-2012, 11:47 AM
  #13
Started
Yeah Tuesday at 11am now. I have midterms and nearly forgot. It was rediculous trying to get a time.....but I might buy a blood test.
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