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Since 1997 Cyberfoal has provided a central location to the need and availability of colostrum and foster mares.
This voluntary web site continues to accommodate many requests for assistance and information related to the horse breeding industry.
Cyberfoal also provides listings to safe farms for horses being evacuated from areas of natural disasters. If you wish to be listed, please email.
There are no statistics to how many foals become orphaned or in need of colostrum each year. The success of this web site has proven the need is many. It is up to horse breeders and owners to help each other via the Cyberfoal connection.
Your support to Cyberfoal makes a difference to our foals less fortunate.
Please make a logical decision when accepting a mare or safe refuge from an unknown source.
Colostrum is always in great demand. Only by collecting do we give foals orphaned at birth the antibodies they require to a healthy begining.
Horse breeders invest greatly in the mares they breed and all but a few do little to collect the most valuable commodity of all COLOSTRUM. NO foal need be denied colostrum when so many mares foaling produce it each year.
As a breeding manager for many years and creator of Cyberfoal, I understand the unexpected situations that occur during the foaling season.
My special thanks to Clayton Riddell owner of Clayborne Farm’s, Calgary for continuing to make this Canadian website possible.
I also thank Horse Community Journals Inc. and Western Horse Review for supporting in kind the voluntary service Cyberfoal provides to our foals orphaned and horses compromised by natural disasters.
Peter J Hurst. Creator of Cyberfoal.
The creator and sponsor cannot be held responsible for any bad character or bad intention experienced by those using this voluntary service.
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