- 19x Abnormal placenta
- 8x History of illness during pregnancy
- 21x Foals with seizures (in the first 24 hours)
- 6x Foals with complications (during hospitalization)
It is believed that most mares foal at night because it’s an innate survival advantage for the new foal to be ready and able to run with the mare by first daylight.
Select an EDI® score (1 to 10) representing degree of deviation from your horse’s normal biometric and behavior parameters.
Set your own threshold for heart rate, respiration, and/or activity level indicating agitation, discomfort, or restlessness.
“If it wasn’t for NIGHTWATCH® I wouldn’t have been there in time for the birth of my foal.”
“As an owner and breeder, I have a tremendous responsibility and NIGHTWATCH® gives me the peace of mind I need.“