So most of you know about snowflake and Sparta. And how snowflake is in her late 20s. (we didn't breed her! Be bought her already bred!) now I don't own snowflake. Just sparta. But because she's so old and feeding a colt she dropped weight drastically. And we have no means of weaning a colt besides stabling one of them 24/7. Plus we are lacking the grass atm and that's no good to help snowflake pick up weight. So we boarded snowflake and another horse on a 25 acre pasture for a month to wean sparta and help her pick up weight. Here we are a month later and snowflake's bag is still as full as ever. And we bring her home. And at first she doesn't like sparta suck, and she squeals and paws him away. But the next day he's back to sucking and we are back to square one. Sparta will be 6 months old on the 9th of this month. And I am at a loss on what to do when they just will NOT wean. Snowflake is now having to be stalled daily to keep sparta away from her. And what can we do to dry up those bags??