A couple months back I got a rescue horse that had been in with a stallion. We brought our vet out maybe a week after we got her for an ultrasound and palpation. The vet said "Her cervix is hard which is common in pregnancy but I don't feel anything" then, she didn't really say anything during the ultrasound except that she didn't see anything. Is it possible she was wrong?
Both my mares just got out due to my dad leaving the gate open, they went and found some geldings to meet. My oldest mare that at one point could have been pregnant, but if she is she is going on a year and a few months, lmao she showed off to the geldings and went into heat. My rescue on the other hand did not and I have yet to see her go into heat in the four months I've had her. The lady who had caught them and put them in their yard asked if the rescue was pregnant.
What is the chance of the vet missing something?
When we first put weight on her, we used Senior feed. When she was back to normal weight we went back to Sweet Feed 10%. Which didn't seem to slow down her weight any, I've tried cutting back but to no avial. The vet will be out here soon to do a check up, maybe she will see something.
No, this is not hopeful wishing, I'm just curious as to the chance.
Here, just to give you an insight on what I'm looking at.
This is in April when I got her. She was wormed pretty much right when she arrived.
Back in June
This is the fourth of July. She was wormed yesterday and we are starting daily wormer.