Hereford United 2-2 Dartford
Uche Ibemere's late goal rescued a draw for Dartford at Hereford.
Dartford led at the break through Lee Noble, who converted Matt Godden's right-wing cross from close range.
The Bulls then began the second half well, Kevin Krans drilling home a superb equaliser from 25 yards before fellow loan signing Ross Dyer added a second from Dan Walker's headed assist.
Ibemere levelled on 85 minutes when he nodded in Ryan Hayes' cross, before Lee Burns almost won it for the visitors.
Dartford's late equaliser kept them out of the Conference Premier drop zone, while the Bulls remain 16th, having extended their run to just one win in nine matches.
VIEW FROM THE DRESSING ROOM
Bulls boss Martin Foyle told BBC Hereford & Worcester:
"I'm disappointed, as we should have scored four goals and should have been out of sight.
"We got hit by a classic sucker punch and all that hard work is undone. But the supporters are not daft and they know there were still so many good things to take from the performance.
"Kevin Krans showed a bit of quality at times and Ross Dyer has come in and done well, but we lost Dom Collins in the warm-up. And that sums up the luck we're having.
"The injuries have killed me. If I had my full XI, I know we'd be up there."