Can Mules Breed?

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Mules can only breed in very rare cases. Male mules are completely sterile, due to the mixture of chromosomes they receive from their parents. Female mules have only had around 60 recorded births since 1527.
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Well, that's pretty simple. It's a cross between a horse and a donkey. That's what me and my stablehand Ty have heard.
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Mules can be used in farm labor. They can also be sold for money or traded
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A mule is the sterile offspring of a female horse and a male donkey, and is valued as a work animal.
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Donkeys and horses have genes that are similar enough to reproduce (to form mules and hinnies) However, they still are different species and their genes are significantly different,
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