Are donkeys sterile?

Answer Donkeys are not sterile and can reproduce. Donkeys that reproduce with other donkeys produce donkeys. If a donkey reproduces with a horse, however, the offspring, whether a mule or a hinny, is almo... Read More »

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Is a sterile dressing that touches a bed rail still considered sterile?

A sterile dressing that comes in contact with a bed rail is considered contaminated. The contents of a sterile dressing are contained in what is known as a sterile field.References:Terry Chavez D.O... Read More »

How fast can donkeys run?

Donkeys can run up to 30 mph. Sure-footed, strong and even-tempered, donkeys do not require a lot of maintenance. Domestic donkeys should have their hooves trimmed on a regular schedule, about ever... Read More »

Are all donkeys male?

Donkeys can be male or female. A male donkey is called a jack, and a female donkey is called a jennet. Other terms for a donkey are burro, ass, jackass, Mammoth, Mexican burro, Jack Stock and Stand... Read More »

How are donkeys born?

Donkeys are born like every other mammal, via live birth from another donkey. However there are many varying types of donkeys, and they breed in several different sorts of ways.Before the BirthA j... Read More »