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By William J. A. Payne, R. Trevor Wilson
The 5th variation of this booklet has been thoroughly revised and taken updated, with a brand new co-author. it really is nonetheless the main authoritative and entire publication at the improvement and construction of household farm animals within the tropics.
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He also notes that future maintenance and whether the materials will be available in the future must be considered. Good fences are the key to keeping the mule home and out of trouble. The gate to the paddock or pasture must be secure, safe, and easy to operate. The gate should be wide enough to drive a truck and tractor through. It must be able to withstand the abuse the mule will inflict on it by leaning on the gate, running into it, kicking it, or grazing underneath it. Remember that often you will be leading your mule with one hand and need to be able to open and shut the gate with the other.
By the twentieth century, mule racing was a major sport held on race-tracks throughout the country, but mainly in the Deep South. Karen Glynn writes in her article “Running Mules: Mule Racing in the Mississippi Delta” that mule racing, complete with pari-mutuel betting, took place in several towns. ” Long Island, New York, held mule races on the Newmarket track, America’s first racecourse, circa 1668. The Huckleberry Frolic was held annually at Newmarket and included mule races on its program, along with many other festivities.
Donkeys have a more vertical pelvis and smaller hooves; they do not have chestnuts on the hind legs; and the ergots of the donkey are much larger than on the horse. Other differences in the donkey that may be passed on to the mule are important but not so visible. In the male donkey, the scrotal skin is thicker and the scrotal blood vessels are larger. For this reason castration can cause excessive bleeding. Donkeys have smaller nasal passages and their larynx is slightly different, which is why donkeys bray and horses whinny, while the mule makes a noise someplace in between.
An Introduction to Animal Husbandry in the Tropics by William J. A. Payne, R. Trevor Wilson