Email List Foaling Alerts/Due Date Reminders:

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Notice: foaling season doesn't really start until the beginning of the year (Jan.), so fewer foalcams will be on until then. Sign up for the Foalnet email list, and start receiving alerts when they come.
The way this site works is simple:
  • Sign up for the email list. Alerts on births, with the foalcam link, will be emailed to you. Alerts are submitted by other foal cam watchers, so it's a group effort.
  • Audio alert on your computer: Click the Foaling Alerts Monitor above to open the alert window. Leave it running. If someone sends an alert, it will show up in the alert window along with an audio alert. Make sure to turn your speakers up!
  • If you're the owner of a site, you can click the Register link under the FoalCam List and get a brief couple lines of HTML code that you can paste onto your site next to your foal cam. This puts an alert button right on your webpage, next to your webcam, that your viewers can use to send an alert if they see something happening. Make sure to get the code next to your site's listing, since the code is individual to your site (it lets the alert window know which site is having the foaling...pretty important...)

  • FoalCams

    Have you ever sat watching a webcam for hours on end and waiting for a mare to give birth? If you have, you know a secret that few people do: getting a mare to foal is actually remarkably easy. Simply stagger off to bed to snatch 15 minutes of sleep, and when you come back, it's almost guaranteed that there will be a new wobbly-legged bundle of joy.

    The first problem is that humans require sleep, and some horses refuse to accommodate that. The second problem is that you can't constantly watch your computer screen. There's dinner to cook, kids to take care of, and work to do. To handle these situations, Foalnet was created. It allows people to post an alert about an impending birth, which then gets transmitted by email to everyone on the email list, and via an audio alert to anyone who has the foal cam alert window open on their computer. For those who enjoy the mare stare, these features aren't for you. :-)

    FoalCam List

    (268 sites so far!)

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    A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z (by Name, by State, by Breed)
    Gestuet Falkenhorst - Webcam Page
    Breed: Other
    We specialize in top class and exceptional colored German WB, Knabstrupper, TB and Arabian Sporthorses. Our horses come in Palomino, Buckskin, Cremello, Perlino, Champagne, Frame Overo, Sabino, Tobiano and all kind of spotted patterns.
    Giddy Up Minis
    Breed: Other
    Glen Hill Farm - Webcam Page
    Breed: Other
    Saturday morning update: Suerte is doing well. No foal yet. She is going to be out of her stall for a few hours to graze,enjoy the sunshine and stretch her legs a little. Thank you for watching.
    Glenhill Farm - Webcam Page
    Breed: Other
    Golden Venture Farms - Webcam Page
    Breed: Other
    KY - Goodman & Son's Horses & Trailers - Webcam Page
    Breed: American Paint Horse
    We are a small family owned and operated farm, raising pinto and paint horses along with a few select boer and part boer goats.
    Gray Fox Farms - Webcam Page
    Breed: Other
    Great Lakes Sport Horses - Webcam Page
    Breed: Other
    313-549-7869 734-671-7868 Please call if the mare is in labor or in trouble and no one is assisting.
    SC - Gypsy Meadows Farm - Webcam Page
    Breed: Miniature horse
    Welcome to Gypsymeadows.This is a life long dream that we have finally made happen. Please come back as we grow.Check out our Cams to see who is on.
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