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I should think that mules came along shortly after the first time some early farmer left a she donkey and a he horse alone together. I doubt it was intentional but I also doubt if the farmer objected.
do you think he originally called it a honkey or a dorse like the cross bred dog namers do.
Entire Thread Subject Posted By Posted Mules in Greece? Wordwind 01/20/05 04:59 PM Re: Mules in Greece? Wordwind 01/20/05 07:24 PM Re: Mules in Greece? Zed 02/01/05 12:05 AM Re: Mules in Greece? maverick 02/01/05 12:33 AM Re: Mules in Greece? Faldage 02/01/05 12:11 PM Re: Mules in Greece? maverick 02/01/05 12:34 PM
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