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Date Posted: 18:39:25 08/06/02 Tue
Author: Ruth
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Subject: Re: biting and bratty Jack burro..HELP!
In reply to: Anita Garza 's message, "Re: biting and bratty Jack burro..HELP!" on 13:17:02 07/02/02 Tue

Gee, I guess I'm lucky. All my jacks are just as sweet as the jennies, only they bray louder!

I have found a greater problem with mules chasing and/or savaging babies, but never had a problem with a donkey doing that.

I have a lot of land, and the jacks seem very happy if allowed to run free with several jennies. It keeps everyone happy, and I don't own a nasty jack.

To the writer of the original message: You might consider buying a gentle, mature jenny to turn out with the jack. He may chase her around at first, but they will probably both settle down shortly and stay happy together. Personally, I think donkeys belong together and are always happier with one or more of their own kind than just being alone, even if they are with other kinds of animals. I have lots of donkeys and lots of horses, and they all coexist very peacefully in the same pastures.

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[> [> jack or jenny? -- Brandy, 21:17:16 05/08/03 Thu (12-213-80-146.client.attbi.com/

I'm planning on getting a burro just for a pet but i'm having trouble deciding on getting a jack or jenny or geting a guelding. Any advice?

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