How To Make A Mule

For those of you dying to know how you can make a mule (and by the way, they are mostly sterile so you have to keep parents around to have some more) I drew up this dandy chart to help you understand the process:

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Blogger Worldgineer said...

Clearly they should be called a Dorse and a Honkey.

12/7/05 18:11  
Blogger Joel said...

Ah, so that's how mules are made. If any body needs an extra hinny, let me know.

12/7/05 18:38  
Blogger chopper said...

Is there any advantage to using pure bred horses and donkeys?

12/7/05 18:47  
Anonymous normzone said...

chopper, it's like dogs...there are some great mutts, but if you're going to go to all the trouble to maintain an animal, you may want to do some homework and get the breed characteristics and behaviours you desire.

I've owned a quarterhorse/thoroughbred cross that was wonderful, known some great thoroughbreds and draft horses, but my most fun horse was a wild mustang (read: mutt/quarterhorse). But that was because of his personality and the five years he spent wild before I got him.

12/7/05 18:57  
Anonymous normzone said...

Oh, and I have met a couple of wonderful mules...don't know any hinnys.

12/7/05 18:58  
Anonymous GO! BER! GO BER GO! said...

Gregor Mendel is spinning in his grave.

13/7/05 00:54  
Blogger graculus said...

I wanna see a Honkey!

13/7/05 02:01  
Blogger k_sra said...

Just look in a mirror, grump. ; )

13/7/05 09:27  
Blogger Tara said...

Poor hinny..It's so underrated and picked on.

13/7/05 15:55  

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