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 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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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 »
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Can donkeys breed?

Donkeys, like other mammals, are capable of reproduction. This requires a female (called a Jenny) and a male (called a Jack). The Jack ejaculates semen into the Jenny, who then has a chance to carr... Read More »
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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 »
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Can donkeys reproduce?

Donkeys reproduce with each other or with horses. Donkeys that reproduce with other donkeys produce donkeys. A male donkey that reproduces with a female horse produces a mule. A female donkey that ... Read More »
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