Breeder Alert® Halter Foaling Alarm Monitor was developed in 1979, to alert the foaling attendant of an impending birth to assist the foal and/or mare if necessary. Most deliveries proceed normally without complications. However, you never know when a problem may arise. It may be a simple task of breaking the sack to save the life of a foal or having time to summon a veterinarian if needed. Most expectant mares will lie flat out before and during the foaling process. The majority of mares foal at night and breeders can spend many long sleepless nights watching and waiting for a foal to arrive. The best safeguard against losing a foal, and possibly a broodmare, is to have someone present. As the owner of an expectant mare, you go to great lengths to ensure a smooth and successful delivery. Helping your mare bring a new life into the world comes with responsibilities, including proper veterinary care, nutrition, and planning. With the aid of Breeder Alert® Foaling Alarm you will be alerted when your mare is flat out in the foaling position and be ready to monitor and assist in the birthing process if necessary.
BREEDER ALERT FOALING MONITOR ALARM IS THE ORIGINAL HALTER FOALING MONITOR IN THE U.S. SINCE 1979. THERE ARE OTHER SYSTEMS IN THE U.S. THAT HAVE TRIED TO FOLLOW BREEDER ALERT'S UPDATES AND PRICING WHILE CLAIMING TO HAVE "A STATE OF THE ART DESIGN". SINCE WE HAVE DEVELOPED A MORE RELIABLE SYSTEM UTIILIZING NEW TECHNOLOGY, THIS IS TO BE EXPECTED. WE CHOOSE NOT TO ENGAGE IN NEGATIVE MARKETING TO PROMOTE OUR SYSTEM. WE ALWAYS SUGGEST THAT CALLERS RESEARCH AND CHOOSE THE FOALING MONITOR THAT BEST FITS THEIR NEEDS. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PRESENT BREEDER ALERT BASED ON PERFORMANCE AND CUSTOMER SATISFACTION.
PLEASE BE SURE TO ASK FOR BREEDER ALERT TO ASSURE YOU ARE DEALING WITH THE ORIGINAL HALTER FOALING ALARM MONITOR.
What an amazing system!! The system alarmed at midnight on April 8th. I was there for the entire delivery! At 12:10am our Shire mare delivered us a healthy colt we call Royal! His sire, Walton Supreme, resides in the UK and is one of few Super Premium stallions. He is very special to us because he is the first US conceived and born colt by this stallion. We looked at several kinds of birthing alarms, but after consulting with Janet at Breeder Alert it was quite an easy purchase for us. After using the system, there wouldn’t be another we’d trust. Danelle Kinney Redwing, MN
We have approx 100 mares, foals and yearlings (Quarter Horse Race Horses) on our place most of the time. A few years ago, before we found your product, we had 2 mares and 3 foals die in the same year. Not only was it expensive, it was devastating. Since we started using your breeder alert system we have had great success. We are there each and every time a mare "decides it is time". If there are any problems we are always right there to help. I know I emailed you a year or so ago to thank you for your super product, but I wanted to tell you again. Last night at 10:00pm as I delivered #8 for the year, I was thinking how much of a blessing your product is. Please keep up the good work. You have an outstanding product
I just wanted to tell you how much I love my Breeder Alert®. It gives me a lot of piece of mind. Miniature horses sometimes need assistance and I must be there for each foaling. With my Breeder Alert® I am not "tied" to my video monitor/camera. The pager gives me a little freedom and I go to sleep at night knowing that it will wake me when a mini needs me. Thank you for my Breeder Alert®. I will never be without it!
I also want to let you know that the Breeder Alert worked like a charm once again. We have a camera in the barn, and the pager went off at 4am. We woke up and looked at the camera, and sure enough, she was in labor. We got down to the barn in plenty of time to see the whole thing. A beautiful buckskin colt is the result and Momma and baby are healthy and doing fine. When I told my vet about it, he was quite interested. I sent him a link to your website and you could very well be hearing from him soon.
Thank you for making such a wonderful product. The peace of mind it gives makes the job of a breeder so much easier!! And I personally think it's worth every penny for the sleep I don't have to miss!!
Breeder Alert saved 2 foals for us, one of them, a filly out of a daughter of Sugar Boy. We also have brood mares, which go to Egyptian King, Fire & Ice, Bond, Little King''''s Bay Boss. With 18 foals expected next spring, I can''''t imagine a successful foaling season without a Breeder Alert system. If we hear of anyone looking for a Breeder Alert, we will give them your information.
Hi Janet,Here is our first foal born with the new Breeder Alert. He weighed 13 pounds and was born on March 7th. Typical miniature foals weigh about 20 pounds. He is 17 inches high (can you say "high" for 17 inches?)Just thought I could get you to smile with this photo.Have a great day!Joanne Joanne AbramsonP.O. Box 1271Fort Bragg, CA 95437www.PacificPintos.com
Here is my baby thanks to BREEDER ALERT.My mare carried her 384 days. (yes Im sure of the breed date, I hand bred her & returned the stud because I had shoulder surgery)I would have lost this one if I wasn't there. I had to break the sac, do CPR to get her breathing, & cut the cord!
Thank you so much for Express Mailing the Breeder Alert to us so quickly. It worked well, and look what we have - a little filly. See how happy our mare is with your product? Mary and Michael CollingsAristocratic MiniaturesCrowley, Texas