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    04-25-2013, 02:11 PM
Maybe it was an attempted alien abduction! Lol
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    04-25-2013, 03:43 PM
She finally got tired of all the hoo haa and boobie pics and ditched!
    04-25-2013, 03:46 PM
EMS...... Your probably right :/
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    04-25-2013, 10:28 PM
Holy crap!!!!!!!!!!! Glad they were all right!! Guess she wanted one more night of spontaneous freedom before she becomes a parent!!!
    04-25-2013, 10:32 PM
I hope it was her one last night of fun before being a mommy! Maybe she will give me MY FOAL now!!! She has no changes at all. She is acting normal. And I thought for sure EMS would be close to right on her foaling. But, that day has come and gone.
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    04-25-2013, 10:36 PM
I totally know how you feel...I thought Annie's day would never come....and now..I can't believe its over and Soda is 5 days old already!!!! It will happen when you least expect it :)
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    04-25-2013, 10:47 PM
I think I have pretty much given up. I haven't been doing nothing but feeding am & pm. When I go out and smoke or we are outside I look at her to check don't even go out in the field to look. But, I just don't believe it anymore.... Kinda wish she's fake me out at least. Lmbo! But, it's been hectic and we have had a rough few weeks with bubba. But, now that I got fired ill have all my time to give to him. It's a good thing I hate seeing him in any pain ever. My poor baby boy :(
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    04-25-2013, 11:26 PM
I hope he starts feeling better soon, I know it's been a while he's had to deal with it now. Poor baby, he too cute to feel so bad!

I know it may be a strain especially after losing your job, but have you thought any more about having the vet out again to check her? I honestly would if it were me. Even though you can see the foal moving and all, I would worry that there is something going on, like infection possibly (the substantial continuous discharge and still no baby) or some other issue that needs to be dealt with. I'm certainly no expert but it just doesn't seem right. I'm not trying to scare you, you have enough stress already, just mentioning it because I feel like it's worth mentioning.
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    04-25-2013, 11:47 PM
I talked with him, he was going to come out Monday but I called and told him to wait. Your not the only one that has said something though. It don't scare me as much as it did at first. I think I'm to overwhelmed for much to make me to worried or excited. The vet said when he did the palp he could have just been off its hard to say. He said again (because I stressed my concern about udder) we knew she may not produce. She really hasn't had discharge in the last few times I have checked her hoo haa so I didn't say anything about that.
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    04-26-2013, 11:10 AM
Well, the previous owner finally got back with me........I am very upset. So I feel like I have been lied to but, she has told me that I have misunderstood the things she has said. She said that there is no way that she can find out the *weekend* she was bred. She isn't sure why I thought she indicated she was so far along. I must have misunderstood. Also, that her two mares are pregnant also and they probably have the same due sate as Sunshine, but she didn't offer her two mares date. Also that her sisters 9 year old son was the real owner of the horse. I was lead to believe that this son had out grown this mare, and that was the reason for selling her. So, I have been completly off and for all I know she may be 5 months along. I don't know how the vet can say she is that far along and her just be that early. My understanding is that between the 4-8 months that the foal is so low and little that it is at most time impossible to feel. On a good note, I guess she may have months to bag up..... So I guess I will put the updates on hold until something happens. Thanks for your support through all of this. I am not sure if I have been took or if I really did just misunderstand everything that I was told. My hubby misunderstood in the same way that I did.

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