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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 Dianne MacDonald on April 16, 2011 at 8:11pm
Chanel's baby is quite the character!!!
Comment by toots on April 16, 2011 at 3:24pm
where did Maybe go ????????
Comment by kayleigh lauren hack on April 16, 2011 at 10:28am
when did chanel have hers
Comment by Dianne MacDonald on April 16, 2011 at 8:02am
Congratulations on the new babe-- nice to see a colt.   I thought for sure Ace would be next to go!!!
Comment by Patti Barnhardt on April 15, 2011 at 11:56pm
congrats on the colt when did she have him? I have not been on here in awhile and i come on and see a new one.
Comment by Barnmice Admin on April 14, 2011 at 4:43pm

Colostrum Bank

Hi All,

This announcement came my way and I thought I'd pass it along to any breeders.

Rayne Memorial Colostrum Bank
Colostrum is needed for the Rayne Memorial Colostrum bank. We have had several inquiries already this season, and unfortunately, we have now donated our last supply. Your mare, does have enough colostrum to donate and feed her new foal. Please help save another foal, collect and donate to the bank. Email or for full details on how to collect. We can't help save these little souls without your support. Thank you.
Comment by Claire Hahn on April 13, 2011 at 7:45pm
The babies are beautiful ! Thanks for posting their pictures. It sounds like you and Shannon are going to have MORE busy days with expectant mares all due at same time. UGH ! Better get some sleep when you shifts. We will all pray that their births will be uneventful...and some colts.
Comment by Tracy Ward on April 13, 2011 at 6:37am
I haven't been watching the mares in awhile as I have been really busy these days. Just checked in and read the news about Will. Im glad you posted the pictures as I have had a similar experience. Although my vet couldn't tell me what happened.. I had rescued a PMU mare who had a foal within the first week of arrival. His cord was just as big. The delivery was normal and he looked healthy to start but then quickly began to get weaker. Despite around the clock care sleeping by his side and all the medical exams he just couldn't coordinate his hind legs. Slowly he began to get weaker and then we had to let him go. The vets called him a dummy foal but I always thought something was weird with that cord. He knew my voice and would lift his head when I would come with the bottle. We named him Spirit. Thanks for posting this info. It gives me a sense of peace as I have been blaming myself about his loss.
Comment by Dianne MacDonald on April 13, 2011 at 4:14am

Great shot of Ace!!!  Flat out asleep, She looks ready to POP.

The babies are adorable

Comment by Heather Troglauer on April 13, 2011 at 3:02am

It's been very quiet here.  I apologize for not keeping things up to date, but I have had some challenges that have put me behind.  And now I have a barn full of "ready" mares.  All the mares that are in are close and getting closer.  It's going to get crazy!!


Here are a couple of photos of foals we have missed.....

Wishy's filly "Flirt"







And Breeze's Colt - our only one at this point...

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