Right...everyone...a vet is going to come out. But before I paid the high cost of the farm call, minutes he is here, and the cost of checking her to be in foal or not, I just wanted to know if it was possible for lymes disease horses to produce. But I guess I got my question answered. Thanks! And by the way...I am set up for a foal at our ranch so if she is or isn't in foal, I am not someone who is completely not knowledgeable about mares and foals. We have had 2 foals born at our place with the VET involved. We also have big stalls in a heated barn with 4 different foal safe paddocks.
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