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How early can a horse be checked for pregnancy using palpation?

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That depends on the person palpating but it could be detected as early as 30 to 45 days. For definitive diagnosis, a simple trans-rectal ultrasound is worthwhile- also to evaluate for and eliminate twin pregnancies. I whole-heartedly recommend the
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1 Confine the cow. Put the female bovine to a squeeze chute or head-gate with gates on either side that prevents her from moving side-to-side. Ad 2 Dress up. An OB (obstetrical) suit
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Palpate: To touch or feel. For example, the edge of an enlarged liver may be
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Well first, if the mare has been with a stallion, and she has marks on her back like the hair is gone in a few spots or small cuts then there is a good chance she has been bred too.
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