Discussion in 'Horse Health' started by Crystal777, Oct 11, 2017.
My mares udders. Never foaled. Slight chance of her being bred
There is a wide variety of “normal Udders” and many thing can make them enlarge. If there is a possibility that she has been bred, I suggest you have your vet come out an Ultrasound her so that you can get an approximate due month to plan for foaling and to make sure that she gets vaccinated per the protocol of pregnant mares, and make sure that she is getting fed correctly.
Are you saying her udder is big, or looks like she's bred? Because their udders don't really change the moment they're bred....you need to have a vet test her for pregnancy and take proper care of her.
They look like totally normal, never been bred utters to me. What? Do you think the slack skin means something? It doesn't.
Looks like just normal udders to me. I don't see anything that would indicate she is bred and getting ready for foaling.
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