Discussion in 'New Roundtable' started by el005639, Apr 27, 2020.
You still have a coyote problem. Get a donkey and that will take care of it.
That’s for sure. All my farming Budro’s have a donkey or two. I always look for the donkey when I pass a farm with animals in the pasture. Usually see one!
Why wouldn't the coyotes gang up on the donkey and eat him?
A burro will kill a donkey if she catches him. And typically coyotes hunt alone.
Aren't burrows and donkeys pretty much the same animal?
Burrows are a domesticated lot from Ohio that often migrate to Louisiana in the fall.
A burro is a wild donkey.
Joe wasn't very domesticated. Ask Clemson, Oklahoma, Georgia, Alabama, Florida and the rest.
The same animal. Spanish versus English
Then you are doing it wrong because literally every other farmer with livestock has at least one and they don't lose head to Wyle E.