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Donkey Breeds

Donkeys were first domesticated around 5,000 years ago as beasts of burden and companions, most likely in Egypt or Mesopotamia. There are about 41 million donkeys in the world today; China has the most with 11 million, followed by Pakistan, Ethiopia, and Mexico.

Donkeys vary considerably in size, depending on breed and management. The height at the withers ranges from 7.3 hands (31 inches or 79 cm) to 15.3 hands (63 inches or 160 cm), and they weigh from 80 to 480 kg (180 to 1,060 lb.). Working donkeys in the poorest countries have a life expectancy of 12 to 15 years; and in more prosperous countries, they may have a lifespan of 30 to 50 years.

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Breeds of Donkeys

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There are the following breeds of Donkeys:

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About Abyssinian DonkeysAbyssinian


Abyssinian donkeys are found throughout Ethiopia usually dry and mountainous areas. They are typically between 8.4 and 10 hands tall and weigh between 190-450 pounds. Their gestation period is 11-13 months and overall they typically have a lifespan of between 30-40 years. They are most often a slate-gray color but occasionally they are chestnut-brown.

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About Amiata DonkeysAmiata


At the end of ‘800 this donkey was well spotted in the area of Amiata mountains in Tuscany, a uniform population of grey coated donkeys with special black and white stripes in the limbs and a scapular cross Thanks to their slender and nimble shape, they could go up to steep and rough mountains. Neurotic and good-natured as well, these donkeys had a large diffusion mainly as recurrent winners in the traditional ‘palio’. Thanks to the Horse Increase Institute at Pisa a group of these donkeys have been preserved with known ascendants and va ...

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About Amiatina (Asino dell’Amiata) DonkeysAmiatina (Asino dell’Amiata)


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About Anatolia DonkeysAnatolia


Anatolia Donkeys are also known as Brown Donkeys and are mainly found throughout Turkey. They are usually black and gray. 

Anatolia Donkeys date back beyond the Ottoman Empire; they were used alongside mules and horses to transport goods along rivers, steep slopes, and rocky terrain. Most often they were used by peasants to transport goods before the roads and bridges were built. Today they are still extensively used in the East Anatolia Region and Northeastern part of Black Sea Coast in the more mountainous areas ...

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About Andalusian DonkeysAndalusian


The Andalusian, or Andaluz, donkey was used by the Spanish Military for stud and kept their bloodlines relatively pure over the years. Since the end of Franco’s reign, the need for a quality donkey has declined and their numbers followed. This species is endangered and threatened with extinction.

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About Anger DonkeysAnger


Anger  - Donkeys Breeds

About Armyanskaya DonkeysArmyanskaya


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About Asinara DonkeysAsinara


Asinara Donkeys are from the isle of Asinara, Italy, where a colony of around a hundred still lives in the wild. They are small donkeys with a white coat, probably because of an incomplete albinism.

The Asinara donkey’s  ancestors may have been imported originally from Egypt by the Duke of Asinara in 1800. Evidently by the end of the 19th century some white-coated donkeys lived on the island, probably they were abandoned by the inhabitants that had moved to Stintino in 1885 when the island had become State Property.

So ...

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About Asino Argentato di Sologno DonkeysAsino Argentato di Sologno


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About Asino Baio Lucano DonkeysAsino Baio Lucano


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About Asino di Sant'Alberto DonkeysAsino di Sant'Alberto


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About Asino Emiliano DonkeysAsino Emiliano


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About Asino Pugliese DonkeysAsino Pugliese


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About Asnal Criolin' DonkeysAsnal Criolin'


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About Asno DonkeysAsno


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About Asno Balear DonkeysAsno Balear


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About Asno Criollo DonkeysAsno Criollo


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About Asno de las Encartaciones DonkeysAsno de las Encartaciones


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About Australian Teamster DonkeysAustralian Teamster


Australian ‘Teamster’ Donkeys evolved from Donkeys were mainly introduced into Australia in the nineteenth century, especially for use in the hot, dry, harsh interior of the continent. Donkeys in Australia had a mixture of blood from British as well as Nubian and Arabian strains, all of which were imported into the country in the early period of European settlement.

With the increasing use of mechanized transport, donkeys largely outlived their usefulness, and many were released, forming feral herds in outback areas.

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About Azerbaidzhanskaya DonkeysAzerbaidzhanskaya


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About Balkan DonkeysBalkan


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About Barockesel/Austrian-Hungarian White  DonkeysBarockesel/Austrian-Hungarian White


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About Benderi DonkeysBenderi


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About Berry Black (Grand Noir du Berry) DonkeysBerry Black (Grand Noir du Berry)


Berry Black (Grand Noir du Berry)  - Donkeys Breeds

About Berry Grey (Âne Petit Gris du Berry) DonkeysBerry Grey (Âne Petit Gris du Berry)


Berry Grey (Âne Petit Gris du Berry)  - Donkeys Breeds

About Biyang DonkeysBiyang


Biyang  - Donkeys Breeds

About Black DonkeysBlack


Black  - Donkeys Breeds

About Bourbonnais Donkey (Âne du Bourbonnais) DonkeysBourbonnais Donkey (Âne du Bourbonnais)


Bourbonnais Donkey (Âne du Bourbonnais)  - Donkeys Breeds

About Bourik DonkeysBourik


Bourik  - Donkeys Breeds

About Brasil DonkeysBrasil


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About Bulgaro DonkeysBulgaro


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About Burro DonkeysBurro


Burro  - Donkeys Breeds

About Burro Criollo DonkeysBurro Criollo


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About Burro Kentucky DonkeysBurro Kentucky


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About Caninde DonkeysCaninde


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About Cardao DonkeysCardao


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About Cariovilli DonkeysCariovilli


Cariovilli  - Donkeys Breeds

About Castel Morrone donkey (Asino di Castel Morrone) DonkeysCastel Morrone donkey (Asino di Castel Morrone)


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About Catalan DonkeysCatalan


It’s roots have been traced back to Somalia but the Catalan Donkey has been adopted as the symbol of the Catalan people (perhaps in defiance of the Spanish national bull). Their numbers became critically low late in the 20th century, but breeding programs have saved them from extinction.

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About Chigetai DonkeysChigetai


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About China North DonkeysChina North


China North  - Donkeys Breeds

About Cotentin DonkeysCotentin


This donkey comes from Lower-Normandie and was once used to transport cows milk. Due to modernization of agriculture in the mid 20th century their numbers dwindled. Thanks to modern appreciation for the bloodlines & the creation of a breed registry in 1997 their numbers continue to grow.

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About Creole DonkeysCreole


Creole  - Donkeys Breeds

About Criollo DonkeysCriollo


Criollo  - Donkeys Breeds

About Cyprus DonkeysCyprus


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About Dagestanskaya DonkeysDagestanskaya


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About Damascus DonkeysDamascus


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About Dezhou DonkeysDezhou


Dezhou  - Donkeys Breeds

About Dongolawl DonkeysDongolawl


Dongolawl  - Donkeys Breeds

About Dwarf donkey of Graciosa (Burro de Graciosa) DonkeysDwarf donkey of Graciosa (Burro de Graciosa)


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About Egypt Baladi DonkeysEgypt Baladi


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About English / Irish DonkeysEnglish / Irish


Historically, the donkey was never used extensively in Britain – except in Ireland, where it became the principal draught animal for cottagers and smallholders throughout the country.

Eggs and butter, which were the chief produce of the widespread small farms, were brought to market weekly by a patient donkey harnessed to a small cart, usually driven by the farmer's wife.

While some breeders refer to their donkeys as “Irish” and others as “English”, they are essentially the same breed and are grouped as English/Iris ...

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About Etbai DonkeysEtbai


Etbai  - Donkeys Breeds

About Ezel DonkeysEzel


Ezel  - Donkeys Breeds
There are no Donkey breeds that start with the letter F.

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About Georgian DonkeysGeorgian


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About Green DonkeysGreen


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About Grey DonkeysGrey


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About Guangling DonkeysGuangling


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About Guanzhong DonkeysGuanzhong


Guanzhong  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Hamadan DonkeysHamadan


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About Hassawi DonkeysHassawi


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About Hinnies DonkeysHinnies


Hinnies or Hinnys are a domestic hybrid produced by a horse stallion (father) and a jenny donkey (mother). It is the opposite cross to the common mule, which is the product of a jack donkey (father) and a horse mare(mother). 

There are both male and female hinnies. A male hinny is properly called a horse hinny, and a female hinny is properly called a mare hinny. In England, a hinny is commonly called a jennet.

Hinnies in general are slightly smaller on average than mules. It is believed that as donkeys are generally s ...

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About Huaibei DonkeysHuaibei


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About Indian DonkeysIndian


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About Iranian DonkeysIranian


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About Istarski Magarac DonkeysIstarski Magarac


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About Italian DonkeysItalian


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About Jiami DonkeysJiami


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About Jinnan DonkeysJinnan


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About Jirnrna DonkeysJirnrna


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About Kakhetinskaya DonkeysKakhetinskaya


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About Kara-Kalpakskaya DonkeysKara-Kalpakskaya


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About Karakacan DonkeysKarakacan


Karakacan  - Donkeys Breeds

About Kashan DonkeysKashan


Kashan  - Donkeys Breeds

About Kassala DonkeysKassala


Kassala  - Donkeys Breeds

About Kazakhskaya DonkeysKazakhskaya


Kazakhskaya  - Donkeys Breeds

About Kirgizskaya DonkeysKirgizskaya


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About Kulun DonkeysKulun


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About Liangzhou DonkeysLiangzhou


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About Libyan DonkeysLibyan


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About Linxian DonkeysLinxian


Linxian  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Magyar Parlagi Szamár DonkeysMagyar Parlagi Szamár


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About Majorera DonkeysMajorera


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About Maltese DonkeysMaltese


Maltese  - Donkeys Breeds

About Mammoth Jack Stock DonkeysMammoth Jack Stock


American Mammouth Jack Donkeys, or Asno Americana,  are descended from multiple breeds of donkeys imported to the United States including Maltese, Poitou, Andalusian, Majorcan, and Catalonian donkeys.

The males are typically 14 hands tall and the females are about 13 hands. Mammo ...

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About Mannar DonkeysMannar


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About Martina Franca DonkeysMartina Franca


Martina Franca Donkeys are large size donkeys (135-160 cm high at the withers) are from Apulia, Italy. Most likely they were developed by crossbreeding local dark-coated donkeys with donkeys from Catalogna imported into the area at the beginning of the 16 century. 

They have a quite lively temperament. They are well-adapted to difficult and rocky ground and are used as beasts of burden. 

Content and Photo source: Agraria.org.


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About Mary DonkeysMary


Mary donkeys are large donkeys from the Ashkhaad and Mary regions of Turkmenia. There are both a large and small version of the Mary donkey. Large versions of the male Mary donkey are typically 119-120cm, and females are 116-118cm. Fully grown Mary donkeys often weigh around 650 pounds and can carry 150-275 pounds.

Mary Donkeys are closely related to the Iranian Hamadan donkeys whose descendants can also be found in Azerbaijan. 

They are no longer widely used as pack animals, plus expeditions and mounta ...

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About Maryisltaya DonkeysMaryisltaya


Maryisltaya  - Donkeys Breeds

About Masai DonkeysMasai


Masai  - Donkeys Breeds

About Masri DonkeysMasri


Masri  - Donkeys Breeds

About Merzifon DonkeysMerzifon


Merzifon  - Donkeys Breeds

About Meskhet-Dzhavakhetskaya DonkeysMeskhet-Dzhavakhetskaya


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About Miniature DonkeysMiniature


Image from Good Time Ridge Farm LLC
These tiny animals come from the Mediterranean islands of Sardinia & Sicily and were used to turn grinding stones inside peasant houses & for carrying water.

They are identified as either Sicilian or Sardinian donkeys according to their ancestry, although the two types do not differ. They have been extensively bred with each other and with animals of unidentified ancestry in the United States to produce a distinctively American breed of donkeys, which are often called the Miniature Mediterranean Donkey. Miniature donk ...

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About Miranda donkey (Burro do Miranda) DonkeysMiranda donkey (Burro do Miranda)


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About Moldavian Local DonkeysMoldavian Local


Moldavian Local  - Donkeys Breeds

About Moroccan DonkeysMoroccan


Moroccan  - Donkeys Breeds

About Mules DonkeysMules


A mule is the offspring of a male donkey (Jack) and a female horse (Mare). Mules can be lightweight, medium weight, or when produced from draft horse mares, of moderately heavy weight. Mules are more patient, hardy, and lo ...

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About Muscat DonkeysMuscat


Muscat  - Donkeys Breeds

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About National Genatic DonkeysNational Genatic


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About Nordestina DonkeysNordestina


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About Norman donkey (Âne Normand) DonkeysNorman donkey (Âne Normand)


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About Ogaden DonkeysOgaden


Ogaden  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Pantelleria DonkeysPantelleria


Pantelleria Donkeys are an ancient breed from Pantelleria Island, Italy, where they were common until a few decades ago.

Pantelleria Donkeys are very strong, in the past they were used to carry extremely heavy loads around the paths of the island. They represented an important resource for the island and Trapani province. The hybrids (mules) were highly appreciated abroad, as well. Also at some time in the past speed races were organized on track and Pantelleria Donkeys was preferred to horses, as they were more suitable to be ...

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About Pantesco DonkeysPantesco


Pantesco  - Donkeys Breeds

About Parlag DonkeysParlag


The Parlag is a Hungarian donkey that came to them via the Celts and Romans had a hand in shaping their lines. Like most of their brothers the lack of need was a determining factor in the decline of their numbers. Today their lines are kept alive by hobby breeders in central Hungary.

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About Paulista DonkeysPaulista


Paulista  - Donkeys Breeds

About Pega DonkeysPega


Pega  - Donkeys Breeds

About Peruano DonkeysPeruano


Peruano  - Donkeys Breeds

About Poitou DonkeysPoitou


Poitou Donkeys originates from the Poitou region of France, and they are most likely related to the Poitevin horses. It is thought that they were introduced in France by the Romans and may have been a wealth status symbol for French Nobility. They were also regarded as the finest and strongest donkeys in France, since they were as tall as large mules with legs and joints as large as most carriage horses.

Poitou donkeys are dark brown or black. They also have a white underbelly, nose, and rings around their ey ...

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About Ponui DonkeysPonui


Ponui donkeys are New Zealand's only feral donkey breed. The feral herd is established on Ponui Island in the Hauraki Gulf, east of Auckland. They are descendants of three animals imported from Australia in the 1880s by the Chamberlin family, who obtained title to the island in 1854.

Ponui donkeys are mostly light grey in color, with a darker dorsal stripe, and stand about ten hands (one meter) high.

In recent years a number have been brought to the mainland and rare breeds enthusiasts are currently trying to build up ...

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About Primorsko Dinarski Magarac DonkeysPrimorsko Dinarski Magarac


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About Provence (Âne de Provence) DonkeysProvence (Âne de Provence)


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About Puttalam Buruwa DonkeysPuttalam Buruwa


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About Pyrenean (Âne des Pyrénées) DonkeysPyrenean (Âne des Pyrénées)


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About Qinghai DonkeysQinghai


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About Qinqyang DonkeysQinqyang


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About Qirmani DonkeysQirmani


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About Qubressy DonkeysQubressy


Qubressy  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Ragusano DonkeysRagusano


Ragusano Donkeys originated in the area of Ragusa, Modica, Scicli S.Croce Camerina in Sicily. They are a new breed, officially recognized in 1953, when during selection studies the Horse Increase Institute of Catania (they keep the registry office) was able to fix a few characteristics. All the donkeys living in Sicily are to be traced back to the Pantelleria breed, especially those in the province of Trapani and to the usually called Sicilian breed, , present all over the island. The crossbreeding of the two above and with the Martina F ...

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About Riffawi DonkeysRiffawi


Riffawi  - Donkeys Breeds

About Romainian DonkeysRomainian


Romainian  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Saidi DonkeysSaidi


Saidi  - Donkeys Breeds

About Sardinian DonkeysSardinian


Sardinian Donkeys are, unsurprisingly, from Sardinia, Italy. They have been on the island for a very long time. They are lively and rustic and are used as beasts of burden and farm labor. They are highly appreciated in Italy and abroad. They a have a lively temperament and no special needs.

Content and Photo source: Agraria.org.


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About Sarvar DonkeysSarvar


Sarvar  - Donkeys Breeds

About Sennar DonkeysSennar


Sennar  - Donkeys Breeds

About Shanbei DonkeysShanbei


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About Sibbianl DonkeysSibbianl


Sibbianl  - Donkeys Breeds

About Sicilian Grey DonkeysSicilian Grey


Sicilian Grey Donkeys, or the ‘Grey from Sicily’ are also commonly known as ‘Ferrante’.

They are a very ancient breed. We have some news in Chicoli (1870) about two donkey breeds in Sicily: an ordinary working breed (Sicilian) of small size with an uneven coat and the lower parts of the body constantly white and the breed of Pantelleria, a saddle breed from upper-class stables. Later about the Sicilian donkey Mascheroni (1927) considers two subbreeds, the one from the eastern provinces (similar to the Apulian donkey – Martina ...

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About Sjeverno Jadranski Magarac DonkeysSjeverno Jadranski Magarac


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About Somali DonkeysSomali


Somali  - Donkeys Breeds

About South-West Chinese DonkeysSouth-West Chinese


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About Sperki DonkeysSperki


Sperki  - Donkeys Breeds

About Spotted DonkeysSpotted


Spotted  - Donkeys Breeds

About Standard DonkeysStandard


It is believed that the first donkeys came to North America with Christopher Columbus in 1495. Donkeys were highly valued as sires for mules. Jacks, or the males were primarily used as pack animals and the Jennies were used for riding.

Donkeys were also used in Mexico after the conquest of the Aztecs in 1521. Mules were used in silver mines and for breeding mules.

Donkeys were used largely in the western United States during the nineteenth century during the gold rush as pack animals and for use in mines and ore-gri ...

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About Subei DonkeysSubei


Subei  - Donkeys Breeds

About Sudanese Pack DonkeysSudanese Pack


Sudanese Pack  - Donkeys Breeds

About Syrian DonkeysSyrian


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About Syrian Wild Ass DonkeysSyrian Wild Ass


Syrian Wild Ass  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Tadzhikskaya DonkeysTadzhikskaya


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About Taihang DonkeysTaihang


Taihang  - Donkeys Breeds

About Tibetan DonkeysTibetan


Tibetan  - Donkeys Breeds

About Toposa DonkeysToposa


Toposa  - Donkeys Breeds

About Tswana DonkeysTswana


Tswana  - Donkeys Breeds

About Tunisian DonkeysTunisian


Tunisian  - Donkeys Breeds

About Turkmenskaya DonkeysTurkmenskaya


Turkmenskaya  - Donkeys Breeds

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About Uzbekskaya DonkeysUzbekskaya


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About Viterbese (Grigio Viterbese) DonkeysViterbese (Grigio Viterbese)


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There are no Donkey breeds that start with the letter W.

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About Xinjiang DonkeysXinjiang


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About Yangyuan DonkeysYangyuan


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About Yunnan DonkeysYunnan


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About Zamorano-Leones  DonkeysZamorano-Leones


Another Spanish donkey, the Zamorano-Leones donkey was bred to be robust for traveling and trade & later used to create large work mules. Their range has dwindled due to lack of necessity and they can now be found only in the Zamora and Leon provinces.

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