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post #1 of 21 Old 03-11-2013, 09:35 AM Thread Starter
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Mule foaling.

I dont want to put up any details or any information. i just want to know the basics and most likely issues in dealing with a mule foaling. thanks
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Mules are a hybrid-most are infertile-so they won't be foaling. Do you mean a donkey?
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i mean a horse giving birth to a mule.

so, mule birth, mule foaling, whatever the "proper" "technical" term is thats not going to get me bashed.
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It's no different than any other foaling...
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It's no different than any other foaling...
Just with bigger ears, and they wil not cause the foal to get stuck.
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Just with bigger ears, and they wil not cause the foal to get stuck.
Unless they are really big ears

Do mule babies cook for longer?

ETA...very strange question, why the mystery, either just ask the question, or google your question?

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Unless they are really big ears

Do mule babies cook for longer?
Don't think so, guess it depends on how big the ears are!

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because every time i give any information it turns into a free for all. i just want the advice, not the drama. thanks.
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from what i understand, mules are in for 12-13 months, as opposed to 11 months. so if the information ive been given is correct, i should expect a new baby mid-april - mid-may.

the info was from a vet, not a guess or a lie. just for clarification.

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