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    04-10-2012, 05:37 PM
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How long do you think?

My welsh a mare Is in foal, have no clue what by or when her previous owners only had her from jan to march and onlyboter person on her passport is her breeder so I'm going to write a letter to him, she looks to me like she's droppedas she's very pointy her bags are filling but nothing coming out, she's soft around her back end but I would say could be alot softer, she's never been nervous an past 3 days she's seemed really restless and nervous of things and people I.e me who she's never been nervous of before? She has had yellow discharge coming from her vulva vet said that was nothing to worry about what do you think? Any info appreciated will try and get some pics on
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    04-10-2012, 05:49 PM
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Green Broke
From looking at your other posts,a vet said she'd probably foal in a couple of weeks from the 5th? The person you bought her from said she could not have been pregnant, then changed their story & now don't answer your calls? Have you found out anything else since the 5th of this month? You said something about her "passport"? Did you mean her registration paapers?
If you looked at any other foaling threads, you may have seen the pictures of mare's bellies, udders, & vulvas. Take a look & see how your mare compares. Or take pictures & post them here if you can. We need more information to help you.
     

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