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post #11 of 21 Old 03-11-2013, 11:23 AM
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from what I understand, mules are in for 12-13 months, as opposed to 11 months. So if the information I've been given is correct, I should expect a new baby mid-april - mid-may.
I'd be ready sooner than that, just in case the information you were given is incorrect. Just as a precaution.
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we are, because she could foal tonight. Or it could be may. Nobody from our barn knows.
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because every time I give any information it turns into a free for all. I just want the advice, not the drama. Thanks.
My best advice, for what it is worth, if you don't want the drama ask questions that don't provoke it.


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I don't want to put up any details or any information. I just want to know the basics and most likely issues in dealing with a mule foaling. Thanks
Says I have a mule baby on the way but maybe it wasn't planned, or some other background to it, hence dramatic overtones.

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I was wondering, if a mare is carrying a mule baby is there likely to be any complications or is it just like any other foaling?
Would probably get the answers you want, but without the drama.
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the details of this particular foaling will be kept to myself unless somebody wants to pm me.

Thanks golden.
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Maybe if you didn't post starting drama there wouldn't be drama...
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and your post has nothing to do with a mule.
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Yes, the gestation is typically longer than for a horse .. but the foaling is the same.
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and your post has nothing to do with a mule.
Ooh I don't know it wasn't totally assinine
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*shrugs* You posted that all your posts turn into drama. That means there must be a common denominator, which considering that you start the threads that have the drama it must be you. Little help full advice. It's one of those things that if you have problems with everyone then maybe it isn't everyone with the problem, but you.

The gestation period for mules is 11-14 months and can of course vary widely from pregnancy to pregnancy.
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you want the info? Fine. A mare is pregnant. Possibly with a mule. Tada.
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