Our milk mares live together with their foals in a large troop. During the night, they graze together in the meadow and, in the daytime, they can run in and out the stables and eat without restraint. Their wellbeing, health and good nourishment are of paramount importance to us. Regular social contact with other horses is crucial to the mares and for the upbringing of the foals. When the foals are six weeks old, they learn, step by step, to be separated from their mothers’ udders in the daytime. While we milk the mares, the foals remain in their own group, with high-quality, healthy feed at their disposal. They always stay with their mothers overnight.