From May to end of June...there have been close to 300 foals supposedly shipping into Jamesport, MO. 200 around first week in May...75 this past weekend. That is close to 300 very, very young foals being dumped at auction house. But here is the kicker. These foals have no coggins, no health papers and no bill of sale is given, even if asked for according to people who have 'saved' these foals. Foals cost 150 dollars each. First batch of 200 was supposed to be PMU foals, and I did a thread here in rescue on that. There are NO PMU ranches in the US. 26 in Canada and those foals are out of registered QH mares, bred to registered QH stallions, with small number that are bred for warmbloods. These foals are not allowed to leave the ranches until September. So that was quickly debunked. ***Note that there is a rescue in MO that claims to have PMU foals and mares...and took in 1.3 million in 2016..for a problem that has been over in US for over 10 years now? The other story I was told on those, was that they belonged to farmer down the road? Never got the straight on any of that. Last weekend there were 75 foals supposedly trucked in this time from reservation in OK. Someone else was told KS. And again, no coggins, *which on foals this young would they pull them?* no health certificate and no bill of sales either. 150 dollars each again. Some of these foals are in bad shape too.