How to Pronounce foal?

Correct pronunciation for the word "foal" is [fˈə͡ʊl], [fˈə‍ʊl], [f_ˈəʊ_l].

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"Foal" in context

A foal is a young horse, colt or filly, typically less than one year old. Foals are born after a 11-month gestational period and must be immediately taken care of and properly fed in order to survive and thrive. In order to develop strength, agility, coordination and awareness, a foal requires plenty of time outside in regular activity and exercise, which may include walking and trotting as they develop.

Foals must also be given access to quality hay and grain as they grow, while they can typically rely on the nutrients available in their mother's milk in their first few weeks of life.

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