How Long Does It Take a Mare to Foal?


The average time period for a mare to foal is 11 months. However, the amount of time can vary. For more information, visit
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1. Put the mare in a foaling stall. This area should be separate from any other stalls, including the mare's. Disinfect the area and keep it quiet. Turn down the lights; mares will
1 Take off any blankets or sheets off your mare. Ad 2 Braid your mare's tail and then fold it up to the very top of her dock. Secure it there. Then wrap it (gently, not too tight)
I have never heard of a nurse mare foal. If a mare dies, leaving a newborn foal, some mares are very maternal and they will let another mare's foal nurse. If there is not a lactating
It takes around 10 to 12 months for a mare to foal. Mares that have not foaled before
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