How do mares train their newborn foul?

Answer Answer Deprivation is never having something, removal is having it for a time and then removing it.ANOTHER ANSWERI'M NOT SURE in what context you ask this question, but if it deals with raising/di... Read More »

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What is the origin of the name Mares?

The House of Names website reports the surname Mares is originally of French origin. The name itself is based on old French words "maries" and "maresc," which when translated to English mean marsh.... Read More »

Nightly Night Mares That I Can't Remember?

Yes, it happens to me all of the time. I have horrifying nightmares that I never seem to remember and it wakes me up. Trust me, it's normal, it happens to basically everyone.

Colic Symptoms in Pregnant Mares?

The term "colic" applies to a range of different equine digestive problems. At its base, colic refers to a stomachache, usually resulting from blockage in the horse's gut. Blockages consist of manu... Read More »

Can mares sense a human's menstrual cycle?

There is no scientific evidence that supports the folklore of horses, male or female, being able to sense when a woman is menstruating. As well, the logic is slightly flawed--menses is not the same... Read More »