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    01-28-2014, 05:27 PM
My vet recommended early spring, before the bugs come out. The anaesthetic used to put them under lowers their body temp. So if it is too cold out it can be dangerous, unless you have a heated barn to do it in.
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    01-28-2014, 06:14 PM
Geld both of them now. Today would be good. Until you can actually make the appointment, if you need to you can stick Vicks in the colts nostrils to block the mare smell out. I wouldn't do it everyday or they might get used to it and it not be so effective, but if he starts hollering and fussing, that's a good time to give him some inhalation therapy.
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