A child or animal newly weaned; a wean.
A colt or filly weaved from its mother (usually 6 months to 1 year of age).
A foal that has been separated from its mother; usually 4–12 months of age.
A young horse of either sex that has been weaned but not reached his first year.
Calf usually about 205 days old that has been separated from its mother.
a young donkey that is separated or weaned from its mother
a young donkey who has been separated, or weaned, from its mother
a young horse, usually four to six months old, who has just been taken, or weaned, from its mother
A young horse that has been taken away from its mother and has yet to have its first birthday.
a young horse of either sex that no longer needs it's mother's milk, and lives on grasses.
A newly weaned horse.
A foal that is less than one-year-old that has been separated from its dam.
a foal who has been weaned from its dam
A weaned foal before he becomes a yearling.
A baby horse, up to its first birthday.
A foal which has been separated from its dam.
a young horse which has been seperated from its mother, or weaned
a foal who has been weaned (taken away) from its mother.
A llama who has been weaned from the mother but is under one year of age.
A horse under one year old that has been weaned from his mother.
A foal which is a suckling ready to be weaned (separated from its mother). A foal is usually weaned when it is approximately six months old.