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Failure of passive transfer

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Failure of passive transfer

When your mare is having a foal it can be a very stressful time for you and the mare. It is important that you know what to expect so that you can pick up any problems early on. Foals can become sick very quickly so it important to watch them closely and consult your vet if you are at all concerned. If your foal fails to stand or suck within 2 hours of birth this is a serious problem and you should call your vet immediately as this may result in failure of passive transfer.

What is failure of passive transfer?

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Why would my foal get failure of passive transfer?

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How do I know if my foal has failure of passive transfer?

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How can failure of passive transfer be managed?

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How can I prevent failure of passive transfer?

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