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THEY'RE STERILE awww shucks,  that uisn't fare and no I don't think it fare a mule is sterile either 

 

 

are you very sure of this??

 

   Wonder why nature would make some animals sterile and other not.

 

   My husband's boyfriend said he knew a lady that bred cats and rabbit together I think she was pulling his leg there isa cat called a migit which seem to hope around like a rabbit. I think this could be but a rabbit and a cat the geene are wrong to reproduce and I have no doubt a male bunny will mate I have had male bunnies that would take on anything nearly.

 

 

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post #12 of 12

Yep they are two separate species.  Just like horses and donkeys.    They may have similarities but they not enough in common.

 

deb
 

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Originally Posted by Henny peeny View Post

THEY'RE STERILE awww shucks,  that uisn't fare and no I don't think it fare a mule is sterile either 

 

 

are you very sure of this??

 

   Wonder why nature would make some animals sterile and other not.

 

   My husband's boyfriend said he knew a lady that bred cats and rabbit together I think she was pulling his leg there isa cat called a migit which seem to hope around like a rabbit. I think this could be but a rabbit and a cat the geene are wrong to reproduce and I have no doubt a male bunny will mate I have had male bunnies that would take on anything nearly.

 

 

Rhayden  



 

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I don't have help at my place except the horse.... . She offers to hand you tools but usually they wind up across the paddock....  Or waived around till they fall on your toe.   Then she dumps the tool bucket looking for treats....   Then she gets disgusted when you tie her near her up.

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I don't have help at my place except the horse.... . She offers to hand you tools but usually they wind up across the paddock....  Or waived around till they fall on your toe.   Then she dumps the tool bucket looking for treats....   Then she gets disgusted when you tie her near her up.

Water management discussion   Water management link list 

Coop rebuild  

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