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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 Betty Kasper on May 17, 2013 at 11:02am

With her colorings we could play a game of where is freedom? She is so hard to see you have to wait for her to swish her tail. LOL

 

Comment by Betty Kasper on May 11, 2013 at 7:31pm

Raven's youngster is sure turning into a good looker.

Comment by Betty Kasper on May 10, 2013 at 9:35pm

congratulations on your new mares. Hope this one settles in well and gives you the great foal you are hoping for.Get well and stay well. Looking forward to the rest of the foals.

Comment by Heather Troglauer on May 10, 2013 at 10:23am

Oh dear.  Slap me with a noodle...I will fix that LOL

Comment by Annie Raker on May 10, 2013 at 10:15am

Heather,

Please get well and stay well!!! I keep thinking that if we keep watching, TGIF will be on cam again and the old message from last year will be current again!! lol lol

Love ya,

Comment by Heather Troglauer on May 10, 2013 at 10:00am

Good morning.  I have been so busy and sick on top of that.  My apologies for not being here to reply.

 

The foals and mares go out in a paddock alone until we know that the foal has bonded well to the mare.  Then they are introduced to the mare and foal group.  They stay together until weaning time.

 

Betty you are very observant.  I went to a farm yesterday and picked up three mares.  This mare was not on my list to be picked up but the owner gave me a heck of a deal on her so that she didn't have to foal her out.  She had just lost a mare and foal and is now foaling shy.  This mare is a producer of some incredible babies that have gone on to make a name for themselves.  She is also bred to an incredible stallion that is no longer available to the public.  I swore "no more - no more" but this was a deal I couldn't resist.  I am praying for a safe foaling.  She is friendly but is not accoustomed to having assistance at birth, so we are not sure how she will be.  And being that we are new and she is pretty much due anytime at the end of this month, we are hoping we can get her acclimated to us and her surroundings so she is comfortable when it comes time.

Her name is Freedom's Song.  We can't decide what to call her.

Comment by Betty Kasper on May 9, 2013 at 9:56pm

Don't believe I have seen this one before and she is not on the "expecting" list. Any introductions?

 

Comment by Annie Raker on May 2, 2013 at 9:58pm

Heather,

Just wondering...where do the mares with foals go once they leave the foaling barn? It would be fun to see them now. Second question: how many more foals are you expecting this season?  I miss you already!!!

Comment by Betty Kasper on April 29, 2013 at 9:54pm

I haven't seen the name of the little "big" filly yet. Also was looking for some nice color pictures sometime. Do love her antics in black and white too though.

 

Comment by Tracy McDermott on April 28, 2013 at 10:28am

What a solid little girl, is Paris baby chestnut or Bay?

 
 
 
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