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Happy Weekend everyone! Here is Pickles doing her finest Pickles impression. A bit weird, a bit sweet and keeping her best bud close by.
Well, since there isn't much going during the lockdown, here are some photos from Maxcee's first (and only) show. Reserve champion yearling versatility under both judges, out of 9! Maxcee is my last...
As it turns out Smart Foal was well placed to cope with the COVID19 outbreak. We take care of manufacturing, sales and service onsite at our farm. The one big hurdle we are facing is delivery time....
A quick video on how to apply self amalgamating tape to your repeater.
Smart Foal founder, Aimee Nizette tells about circumstances in her life, and studies in electronics led her to create The Smart Foal Foaling Alarm System.
Colostrum is the first milk the mare produces and is high in antibodies. It is extremely important that the foal receive rich colostrum early in it’s life.
Joint ill is an insidious infection that can be very difficult to treat. Bacteria settle in the joints of the foal causing a very hard to treat infection.
Foal slippers (golden slippers or capsules) are present on the foals hooves while the foal passes through the birth canal.
It is very important to keep an eye out for placentitis. The results can be devastating. Check your mares regularly and consult your vet as required.
Your foal is born without an immune system. It is vital that the foal receives colostrum within a few hours of being born.
Water to vital to all life – especially large, heavy animals like horses. Make sure all of your animals are getting plenty of water.
Fun fact for today: Horses have some of the largest, most beautiful eyes of any animal and land mammal. How cool is that?
Placenta assessment After foaling and the passing of your mares placenta, the placenta should be checked for completeness and tears. If any placenta remains in the uterus, infection may occur or...
Foaling alarms are an important tool in any foaling kit. Being alert and well rested prior to the mare going into labor helps owners make smart decisions.
Is your mare pregnant? Do you want to be present at the birth? Then a foaling alarm for your horse is a great way to know when your mare is in labour.
The Smart Foal alarm is the best on the market and is the only device that provides a true monitor for your mare. Watch her activity from anywhere.
Smart Foal provides a real time monitor and alarm app so you can watch over your mares at any time on any device. The app shows much more!
Buying a foaling alert system is a great idea if your mare is pregnant. Being alert and on the scene when your mare is in labor improves foal survival rate.