I can answer live cover breeding questions, gestation issues, foaling issues, nutrition for brood mares, foals and stallion. I have have been breeding TBs for 15 years.
I breed TB horses for racing and other disciplines.
BA/BS. I studying breeding for many years..
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Hi Gordon, The ideal thing is to separate the dam and foal for about 2-3months, if you put them back together too soon he could go back to nursing.. This will allow you to both wean him
Your stallion is displaying typical herd behavior. If they do not "belong" to him, then he wants them gone. Another issue you could be having is that he is so used to pasture breeding, that he does not
Hi Nick, He is a very nice looking horse. He is a bit small for his age but certain strains of Andalusian strains are smaller. He also could be a throw back to the European type of Andalusian
Hi Rohit, The answer is yes. Mules have denser muscles then a horse that is the same size as it.A mule can be packed with "dead weight" of up to 20% of its body weight. So yes they can
Hi Georgia, Every mare is different. Some mares start to need grain sooner then others. My only concern would be if she was carrying twins so I would get that checked out. I would start