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    08-20-2009, 11:12 AM
Originally Posted by donnieray    
hey just wondering if my mares are pregnant , both were in pasture with my two year old stud, one was discharging and went out and then came directly back in with in two weeks the other never showed any signs of estrus and yet it has been almost two months and now both mares are showing signs of looking drawn up in the flanks with a buldge above the flanks and one of the mares is discharging a lil and she is the one that was in season and then went out and came back ino.... can anyone give me some advise on the situation and your opinion before I go to the vet , its no big deal if they are bred that would actually be a welcomed joy to our clan .... and we are hoping , thanks Donnie
Please do not turn mares out with a stud unless you WANT them bred. Right now is about the worst time to breed a mare.
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    08-23-2009, 12:39 AM
As someone mentioned earlier, if you think these mares are far enough along to be showing obvious pregnancies, the diagnosis can definitely be made by palpation which should save you some cash- especially if you're able to haul to the vet.
    08-23-2009, 01:10 PM
When I took Cinder in to be preg checked, the vet did an ultrasound and my entire bill, including all 3 of her pneumabort shots only came to $97. They are Equine specialists, they only do horses. If they had come to me it would have been a lot more tho. She was at 150ish days.

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