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If I had space, I'd absolutely consider adopting a wild horse or burro. What could be nicer than giving a wild thing the space to just be......
Rondo or not.......let er buck and bite
Does the city ordnance allow tiny wild horses within city limits?
I saw a burro after it ate some dem wakki weeds before... Crazy!
Can a burro eat weeds?
Sure but the city makes it prohibitively expensive for us maintain one. Instead we give to charities that can and do provide for them
I find that most flying burros are uncommon in these areas. They require lighter air to stay afloat
How about a Flying Burrito? Graham Parsons.
burro burro, wild burro
Hmm, an unbroke horse that can't even be haltered and possibly hasn't been touched by human hands, weighs in at 1200+ pounds with unknown bloodlines or history...You couldn't pay me enough money.
What kind of burrito? Definitely not a wild horse burrito
Autie is French
ask the french or dutch. they eat horse meat all the time.
autie, you are correct; the meat is delicious. Old animals need overnight marinating and lots of spices but can be as tender as the best cow steak. Buddhist monks in Bali would not eat chicken, only duck, due to chickens being too crazy and they believed that this trait would pass on when eaten. Horses are smarter than cows so maybe we should eat horses.
No, but I might invite a cougar over.
Roe might be on to something. I would never feed a hay burner but I might burn a hay burner to feed on. I hear horse meat is quite tasty; as well as burro meat.
Possibly a wild burrito, but I think the city frowns on wild horses in back yards.
No, one nag in my house is enough
Adopting? No. Grilling maybe . . .
Maybe a burro. The rondos are really hard to break. Kick and buck a lot.
Dude, they would tear the place up.
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