1. How many mares covered in 2000 have foaled on the farm in 2001?
2. Between April 29 and May 7, 2001, how many of these mares have aborted or produced a dead foal or a foal born alive which did not survive to 4 days of age?Early fetal losses
3. How many mares on the farm have been covered in 2001?
4. How many of these mares in question 3 were considered in foal when checked at 42 days of gestation?
5. How many of these mares in question 4 were still in foal as of May 7, 2001?Would you be willing to participate in a more detailed questionnaire if deemed necessary? Yes No If yes, please provide contact information.Deadline for fax or e-mail submission of information in 9:00 a.m. (EDT) Wednesday.
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