Donkeys and Mules

Do you keep male donkeys separate from pregnant donkeys?

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2011-03-06 14:42:21
2011-03-06 14:42:21

You should, to ensure that the male (if he is intact) will not try to mate with the Jenny. Some donkeys and horses are aggressive to the females while mating.

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