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Is our mare pregnant?

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View Poll Results: Is she pregnant?
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    06-04-2012, 04:59 PM
She also looks infoal to me to! I have a section a mare that's just foaled I got her in march as a 2 year old turning 3 6th of may this year she foaled on 31st of may all by her self and with no complications but I would have the vet check as we did have worry about my mares pelvis not opening enough with her not being fully developed her self but good luck it's so much fun having a little on around
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    06-04-2012, 05:07 PM
By the way I did not put her infoal at such a young age I got her and she had a huge belly but could feel every rib so had the vet to check her out, now she's foaled she's an amazing mum. She has surprised us all
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    06-04-2012, 05:15 PM
Originally Posted by dbarabians    
Northern Momma, I suspect the OP is in northern Austria or maybe Czech.
What did I say to result in this reponse? I'm confused.

Keeley57 -- read the thread. Pregnancy has been confirmed.

To the OP -- ah, yes abortion and induction are definitely different. Thank you for clearing that up!
    06-04-2012, 05:16 PM
I have read the thread, after I posted my first comment
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    06-04-2012, 07:06 PM
I posted that she might be in those countries and stated that might be why the vet might not be able to make it.
It just appears to me that a Noriker and a haflinger in the same mountains might not be that common here in the USA.
I have traveled in those countries and horses are treated just like other livestock especially in those former communist ones.
They are not thought of as pets or members of the family.
Since they were turned loose in the mountains for the summer that also sounds as if they are not here .
Then again I could be wrong and they could be my neighbors.
Except for the mountains of course. Shalom
    06-04-2012, 07:17 PM
... nothing useful to say.
    06-04-2012, 09:54 PM
Dbarabians -- huh? Still don't see how that ties in to my first post. Doesn't matter though I suppose anyway. OK.
    06-05-2012, 11:53 AM
And BTW, we are indeed from Austria. Where else would you find a haflinger and a noriker all together up in the mountains all summer?

And yes, our vet, the only one in like 40 km, is indeed specialised in cattle, not just horses, but since there is no real need for a horse specialist around this area, there is no other. And yes, I could have also posted this on german forums, but they are just too mean and attack you right away, its just nasty in one of those!

So I'll keep you posted, there are no other signs yet, tail area's not relaxed, she's not nervous or anything, still enjoying life and handling everything perfectly!
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    06-05-2012, 01:17 PM
Can't wait to see new baby.... keep us updated
    06-05-2012, 04:00 PM
Northern Momma that is why I posted that she might not be here,
I'm not that smart I just have spent enough time in Europe to know some of their ways of handling livestock.
Good luck with the foal and your english is great. Shalom

mare, pregnant, swollen udder, teats

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