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New Cam View - Welcome Half Ass Acres Miniature Donkeys 6 Replies

  Dayle has been kind enough to allow us to peek into her barn this foaling season since I have no babies arriving at my farm this year.    Here is her lineup... 1) HHAA Bumbles - Due January ??, 2014 (separated from jack Feb. 24th, 2013)2)…Continue

Started by Heather Troglauer. Last reply by Dayle Haworth Jan 12.

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Comment by laurie with on March 27, 2011 at 11:55am
wow, where did all the new babies come from? i must have missed a bunch...ace, chanel.....
Comment by Sandra Tanner on March 27, 2011 at 8:25am
Heather...just wondering if the puppy cam is shut off as I can't bring it up...also do you have to submit more than one name for each pup like we have to do with the CKC?
Comment by Violet on March 27, 2011 at 1:57am

Striker's baby looks like it's in there sideways :/

 

Comment by Michelle Seguin on March 26, 2011 at 9:25pm
Striker looks like she is ready to foal tonight....Lets see if i can stay awake for this one...Lets go Striker.....
Comment by Violet on March 26, 2011 at 6:05pm
Kayleigh, Primrose is BEAUTIFUL! She does look just like her daddy! i think you should keep her :)
Comment by kayleigh lauren hack on March 26, 2011 at 5:11pm

Primrose,

this is our amazing foal who was born 2 days ago.
Comment by Pat Skurkis on March 26, 2011 at 10:36am
No she's not a maiden she had a foal last yr(her 1st) it died,her previous owner said the filly couldn't get out of the sac and they couldn't get to her in time.
Comment by Heather Troglauer on March 26, 2011 at 10:22am
Is she a maiden mare?  I would keep a close eye on her.  I hate to keep them locked in unless I have to, but I like to err on the side of caution.  I would probably keep her in and walk her or let her out in a small area daily while you supervise.  Exercise is good. :) (as you watch Striker loaf in her stall for a week) lol
Comment by Pat Skurkis on March 26, 2011 at 10:16am
Heather,I can feel the foal moving in my mares belly,she has a bag(not really big)warm to touch and tight at times,but I still can't get any milk. Also the past 2 days she is constantly picking at the other mares,going off by herself and just standing around,should I be keeping her in her stall all the time now?(due April 1st)
Comment by Heather Troglauer on March 26, 2011 at 9:41am

CONGRATULATIONS Victoria!  How exciting.  Welcome to the world of no sleep, lots of stress and ultimate joy!! LOL  I am not a pro but I will share all I know, for whatever it's worth.

 

We only blanket if it's apparent that the foal just can't get warm.  We had two babies borth within hours of each other on the 24th of this month.  It wasn't cold, but it was chilly.  One filly was fine and didn't require a blanket or heat lamp.  The other filly couldn't stop shaking. We had to put a blanket on her and a heat lamp.  Then we felt badly for the first filly and put a heat lamp on her just in case, but it really wasn't necessary.  So just play it by ear, but be prepared.

 

If you can feel movement she is getting close to term.  With the nipping of her belly that's a sign too that she is uncomfortable too. 

 
 
 
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