Originally Posted by churumbeque
I see so many foals that are not handled and not fed and wormed properly. Good care can make a big difference in what a halter foal will look like and it would be harder for a no name person to sell than the breeder.
If you have a good prospect and offer him at a good price and market him properly someone will buy it.
I do not handle my foals much just once a day if they will allow me to approach them. Once they do then I get a halter on them and start teaching them to lead. Never before 4-5 months though. Since I do not wean until around 8+ months and the vet comes out to give them their first shots at 4-6 months I allow them to be foals there is no hurry . Shalom