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Isn't there a way to test the fescue to see if it is a problem? I know that the issue has to do with a fungus (?) or something that compromises the grass because I know that the "new" fescues have been developed to withstand this issue.


I have never bred a mare so didn't know about the fescue. Anyway I'm hoping all went well. Can't wait to find out. It sure is nerve wracking to have these worries so close to due date.

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I have read several accounts of young horse owners who had mares foal without bag and milk until just before or after delivery.

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