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The breeding and rearing of jacks, jennets and mules.

by Lewis Washington Knight

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Published by The Cumberland Press in Nashville, Tenn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mules.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy L. W. Knight.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination111 p.
    Number of Pages111
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23282757M
    LC Control Number07008527
    OCLC/WorldCa2690697

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Donkeys have 62 chromosomes and hor but they can interbreed. A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse, and. Lameness in horses and mules / (Agricultural College, Miss.: Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College Experiment Station, ), by Tait Butler (page images at HathiTrust) The breeding and rearing of jacks, jennets and mules.

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Book of Mules by: Smith, Donna Campbell Breeding & Rearing of Jacks, Jennets & Mules by: Knight, Lewis Washington A reprint of a book originally written in A good history of the original importation of jacks and jennets into the United States for.

Ask Meredith – Breeding Breeding equines is a responsibility and not just a way to obtain another animal cheaply—whether to keep or to sell. Educating yourself and paying attention to detail during the breeding process will assure that the animals you are breeding are healthy, well-mannered and safe during the breeding process and foaling.

When breeding for mules, since the jacks are generally smaller and of slighter build than a horse, mule foals are generally smaller than horse foals and the mare has very little problem foaling.

When breeding for hinnies, one needs to be cautious, as the jennets are smaller and of a slighter build than mares. Breeding Jacks; Mammoth Jennets; Changing Seasons; Donkey Birth; Having Fun [Show as slideshow] Buck--is a four year old 56 inch red dun jack He is medium boned and breeds mares.

Lester--is a spotted jack born in He should mature at inches. He is a nice spotted breeding prospect. The Breeding and Rearing of Jacks, Jennets & Mules: "As I am writing this book for the interest of my young countrymen and wishing to give them my experience, I have concluded to give them a brief history of one of my trips after the Civil War of to Previous to the war, I was extensively engaged in breeding stock, especially the.

[email protected] th Ave Austin, MN Menu. 20th day of December,to determine whether or not horses, mules, jacks and jennets shall be permitted to run at large in said County; and Whereas the returns of said election were duly and legally made and on the 12th day of January,the Commissioners Court of said County considered the several returns and.

A mule is a hybrid between a female horse (mare) and a male donkey (jack). The reciprocal animal is a hinny, the product of a male horse (stallion) and a female donkey (jenny). All male mules are sterile, or at least all that have ever been disco. The breeding and rearing of jacks, jennets and mules () ().jpg 2, × 2,; MB The Guard × ; 40 KB Trio of Mules × ; 83 KB.Search result for lewis-warrington: Tales from the Weekend(), Bewsey Old Hall, Warrington, Cheshire(), An This Valuable and Extraordinary Collection of the Effects of General George Washington and of His Executor and Nephew, Lawrence Lewis, and Grand-Nephew, Lorenzo Lewis, Is Sold by Order of H.L.D.

Lewis, Administrator of the Estate of Mrs. Lorenzo Lewis. Mules that do not trust people, whether from being mishandled or mistreated, are next to impossible to change. Their naturally self-preserving nature and dislike of being hurt make them a challenging animal to reclaim and some can never be turned around.

Although handling your mule baby a lot is important, the foal also must be taught to.