Farm animals are animals that are domesticated for agricultural purposes. Raised for a variety of purposes serving human demands, farm animals are commonly used for commodities such as meat, leather, wool, and the production of milk, eggs, and other natural products. Keeping livestock has been a human activity across the world since humans transitioned to farming from hunter-gatherer lifestyles. Farm animals can be differentiated by dairy animals, poultry animals, and transportation animals.

What do farm animals eat?

Farm animals generally eat the hay and corn that is typically grown on the farm they live in. Farm animals also eat protein that is mainly made up of soy. Farm Animals may at times also be given animal feed which consists of two types – fodder and forage.

Can farm animals can be pastured together?

Farm animals that can be pastured together include chickens, goats, cattle, and pigs. Pasturing animals together is only possible when enough land and time are available and dedicated to the process. Although it is possible to pasture animals together most modern family systems are based on monoculture.

What does ‘free range’ mean for livestock?

The term ‘free range’ in livestock means that the livestock was given the space to range freely outdoors. The advantages of ‘free range’ for livestock include them having enough space for being outdoors and not being confined to indoor or tight spaces for prolonged periods of time.

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Farm Animals Guides
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14-16 hands (56”-64” | 142-163 cm)
900-1000 lb | 408-454 kg
20 years (Typical)
Akhal-Teke
163.000
454.000
20.00
6900
GUIDE
3D
Akhal-Teke
Alpaca
137000
39"-46" | 99-117 cm
48"-84" | 122-213 cm
45-68 lb | 100-175 kg
15-25 years
Alpaca
117.000
213.000
175.000
25.00
137000
GUIDE
3D
Alpaca
14.75-15.5 hands (59”-62” | 150-158 cm)
900-1200 lb | 408-544 kg
25 years (Typical)
Andalusian Horse
158.000
544.000
25.00
19000
GUIDE
3D
Andalusian Horse
14-16 hands (56”-64” | 142-163 cm)
950-1250 lb | 431-567 kg
30 years (Typical)
Appaloosa Horse
163.000
567.000
30.00
17000
GUIDE
3D
Appaloosa Horse
14.25-15.25 hands (57”-61” | 145-155 cm)
800-1000 lb | 363-454 kg
25-30 years (Typical)
Arabian Horse
155.000
454.000
30.00
39000
GUIDE
3D
Arabian Horse
57.1”-61” | 145-155 cm
22.4”-24.4” | 57-62 cm
86”-94” | 218-238 cm
1150-2300 lb | 520-1045 kg (Total)
2-3 years (productive); 10-15 years (natural)
Black Angus Cattle
155.000
62.000
238.000
1045.000
15.00
1900
GUIDE
3D
Black Angus Cattle
56.3”-61.4” | 143-156 cm
22.8”-25.2” | 58-64 cm
91”-100” | 230-253 cm
1250-2500 lb | 565-1135 kg (Total)
4-6 years (productive); 15-40 years (natural)
Charolais Cattle
156.000
64.000
253.000
1135.000
40.00
17000
GUIDE
3D
Charolais Cattle
16-18 hands (64”-72” | 162-183 cm)
1800-2200 lb | 816-998 kg
20-25 years (Typical)
Clydesdale Horse
183.000
998.000
25.00
24000
GUIDE
3D
Clydesdale Horse
2.4”-3.5” | 6-9 cm
6”-10” | 15-25 cm
.6-1.5 lb | 250-700 g
1-2 years (wild); 2-3 years (captivity)
Common Rat
9.000
25.000
0.700
3.00
120000
GUIDE
3D
Common Rat
9.8”-14.6” | 25-37 cm
23.6”-35.4” | 60-90 cm (Wingspan)
15.75”-23.6” | 40-60 cm
5.7-9.9 lb | 2.6-4.5 kg
2-20 months (Farm); 3-10 years (Captivity)
Domestic Chicken
37.000
90.000
60.000
4.500
10.00
8400
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Chicken
20.1”-29.1” | 51-74 cm
5.5”-8.3” | 14-21 cm
26.8”-39.4” | 68-100 cm
121-220 lb | 55-100 kg
12-18 years
Domestic Goat
74.000
21.000
100.000
100.000
18.00
3200
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Goat
24.4”-29.9” | 62-76 cm
58”-71” | 147-180 cm (Wingspan)
29.1”-35.8” | 74-91 cm
4.9-10.1 lb | 2.2-4.6 kg
15-31 years
Domestic Goose
76.000
180.000
91.000
4.600
31.00
9200
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Goose
20”-38” | 51-97 cm
35”-71” | 90-180 cm
300-700 lb | 140-300 kg
6-10 years (farm); 15-20 years (pet)
Domestic Pig
97.000
180.000
300.000
10.00
53000
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Pig
37”-54.3” | 94-138 cm
17.3”-26” | 44-66 cm
47.2”-70.9” | 120-180 cm
99-287 lb | 45-130 kg
10-12 years (captivity)
Domestic Sheep
138.000
66.000
180.000
130.000
12.00
4400
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Sheep
25.6”-31.5” | 65-80 cm
59.1”-70.9” | 150-180 cm (Wingspan)
39.4”-49.2” | 100-125 cm
29.8-86 lb | 13.5-39 kg
5-6 months (Farm); 3-5 years (Wild)
Domestic Turkey
80.000
180.000
125.000
39.000
5.00
5900
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Turkey
48”-62.6” | 122-159 cm
26.8”-34.25” | 68-87 cm
84”-109” | 214-276 cm
496-1290 lb | 225-585 kg
20-25 years (wild); 25-28 years (captivity)
Domestic Yak
159.000
87.000
276.000
585.000
28.00
1500
GUIDE
3D
Domestic Yak
Donkey
119000
43”-57” | 109-145 cm
57”-76” | 145-193 cm
400-500 lb | 180-225 kg
25-40 years
Donkey
145.000
193.000
225.000
25.00
119000
GUIDE
3D
Donkey
7.5”-9” | 19-22.9 cm
11”-14” | 28-35.6 cm
4-5.5 lb | 1.8-2.5 kg
5-8 years (captivity)
Dutch Rabbit
22.900
35.600
2.500
8.00
6900
GUIDE
3D
Dutch Rabbit
8”-10” | 20.3-25.4 cm
14”-18” | 35.6-45.7 cm
9-10.5 lb | 4-4.75 kg
5-7 years (captivity)
English Lop
25.400
45.700
4.750
7.00
3800
GUIDE
3D
English Lop
14.5-17 hands (58”-68” | 147-173 cm)
1200-1400 lb | 544-635 kg
16 years (Typical)
Friesian Horse
173.000
635.000
16.00
38000
GUIDE
3D
Friesian Horse
Groundhog
172000
8.7”-11” | 22-28 cm
16”-20” | 41-51 cm
5-13 lb | 2.3-5.9 kg
3-6 years (wild); 10-14 years (captivity)
Groundhog
28.000
51.000
5.900
14.00
172000
GUIDE
3D
Groundhog
13.5-15 hands (54”-60” | 137-152 cm)
800-1300 lb | 363-590 kg
25-30 years (Typical)
Haflinger Horse
152.000
590.000
30.00
5100
GUIDE
3D
Haflinger Horse
60.2”-64.6” | 153-164 cm
25.2”-27.6” | 64-70 cm
93”-100” | 236-255 cm
1200-2300 lb | 545-1045 kg (Total)
1-2 years (productive); 12-20 years (natural)
Hereford Cattle
164.000
70.000
255.000
1045.000
20.00
25000
GUIDE
3D
Hereford Cattle
37.4”-48.8” | 95-124 cm
19.3”-25.2” | 49-64 cm
62”-81” | 157-206 cm
900-2000 lb | 410-910 kg (Total)
1-3 years (productive); 15-22 years (natural)
Highland Cattle
124.000
64.000
206.000
910.000
22.00
48000
GUIDE
3D
Highland Cattle
Hinny
36000
41.3”-57” | 105-145 cm
53.1”-72.8” | 135-185 cm
300-800 lb | 136-363 kg
30-40 years
Hinny
145.000
185.000
363.000
40.00
36000
GUIDE
3D
Hinny
62.2”-67.3” | 158-171 cm
23.6”-25.6” | 60-65 cm
93”-98” | 235-250 cm
1200-1700 lb | 545-770 kg
4-6 years (productive); 15-20 years (natural)
Holstein Friesian Cattle
171.000
65.000
250.000
770.000
20.00
28000
GUIDE
3D
Holstein Friesian Cattle
1.2”-2” | 3-5 cm
2.5”-4” | 6.3-10.2 cm
1.4-1.6 oz | 40-45 g
1-2 years (wild); 2-5 years (captivity)
House Mouse
5.000
10.200
0.045
5.00
17000
GUIDE
3D
House Mouse
5”-6.5” | 12.7-16.5 cm
8”-10” | 20.3-25.4 cm
2.5-3.5 lb | 1.1-1.6 kg
7-9 years (captivity)
Lionhead Rabbit
16.500
25.400
1.600
9.00
21000
GUIDE
3D
Lionhead Rabbit
Llama
154000
67"-71" | 1.7-1.8 m
72"-78" | 1.8-2.0 m
290-440 lb | 130-200 kg
15-25 years
Llama
180.000
200.000
200.000
25.00
154000
GUIDE
3D
Llama
6”-7.5” | 15.2-19 cm
10.5”-12.5” | 26.7-31.8 cm
3-4.25 lb | 1.4-1.9 kg
9-10 years (captivity)
Mini Rex
19.000
31.800
1.900
10.00
5000
GUIDE
3D
Mini Rex
8.5-9.5 hands (34”-38” | 86-97 cm)
150-350 lb | 68-159 kg
25-35 years (Typical)
Miniature Horse
97.000
159.000
35.00
16000
GUIDE
3D
Miniature Horse
14”-20” | 36-51 cm
22”-32” | 56-130 cm
50-200 lb | 23-90 kg
5 years (typical); 12-18 years (captivity)
Miniature Pig
51.000
130.000
90.000
18.00
12000
GUIDE
3D
Miniature Pig
14-15.25 hands (56”-61” | 142-155 cm)
900-1100 lb | 408-499 kg
30 years (Typical)
Morgan Horse
155.000
499.000
30.00
15000
GUIDE
3D
Morgan Horse
Mule
309000
63”-78.7” | 160-200 cm
70.9”-86.6” | 180-220 cm
820-1,000 lb | 372-454 kg
30-40 years
Mule
200.000
220.000
454.000
40.00
309000
GUIDE
3D
Mule
5”-6” | 12.7-15.2 cm
7.5”-9” | 19-23 cm
2-2.5 lb | .9-1.1 kg
7-12 years (captivity)
Netherland Dwarf Rabbit
15.200
23.000
1.100
12.00
15000
GUIDE
3D
Netherland Dwarf Rabbit
14.5-16 hands (58”-64” | 147-163 cm)
1000-1200 lb | 454-544 kg
31 years (Typical)
Paint Horse
163.000
544.000
31.00
16000
GUIDE
3D
Paint Horse
14-16 hands (56”-64” | 142-163 cm)
900-1250 lb | 408-567 kg
25-35 years (Typical)
Quarter Horse
163.000
567.000
35.00
26000
GUIDE
3D
Quarter Horse
61”-64.6” | 155-164 cm
21.3”-22.4” | 54-57 cm
82”-87” | 208-220 cm
1100-1800 lb | 500-815 kg (Total)
1-2 years (productive); 10-15 years (natural)
Red Angus Cattle
164.000
57.000
220.000
815.000
15.00
1800
GUIDE
3D
Red Angus Cattle
7-11 hands (28”-44” | 71-112 cm)
400-450 lb | 181-204 kg
30 years (Typical)
Shetland Pony
112.000
204.000
30.00
21000
GUIDE
3D
Shetland Pony
16-19 hands (64”-76” | 163-193 cm)
1975-2425 lb | 900–1100 kg
24-28 years (Typical)
Shire Horse
193.000
1100.000
28.00
26000
GUIDE
3D
Shire Horse
59”-70” | 150-178 cm
22”-25.6” | 56-65 cm
83”-98” | 212-250 cm
1545-2865 lb | 700-1300 kg (Total)
1-1.5 years (productive); 15-20 years (natural)
Simmental Cattle
178.000
65.000
250.000
1300.000
20.00
19000
GUIDE
3D
Simmental Cattle
52.8”-66.1” | 134-168 cm
19.3”-24.4” | 49-62 cm
82”-104” | 209-264 cm
600-2500 lb | 270-1135 kg (Total)
1-5 years (productive); 20-30 years (natural)
Texas Longhorn Cattle
168.000
62.000
264.000
1135.000
30.00
3100
GUIDE
3D
Texas Longhorn Cattle
15-17 hands (60”-68” | 152-173 cm)
900-1150 lb | 408-522 kg
25-30 years (Typical)
Thoroughbred
173.000
522.000
30.00
7500
GUIDE
3D
Thoroughbred
8”-11” | 20-28 cm
14”-19” | 36-48 cm
4-14 lb | 2-6 kg
2-4 years (wild); up to 6 years (captivity)
Virginia Opossum
28.000
48.000
6.000
6.00
8900
GUIDE
3D
Virginia Opossum
2’9”-3’ | 84-91 cm
5’6”-6’6” | 168-198 cm
450-750 lb | 204-340 kg
6-10 years (farm); 15-20 years (pet)
Yorkshire Pig
91.000
198.000
340.000
20.00
3500
GUIDE
3D
Yorkshire Pig
Zonkey
40000
45.3”-65” | 115-165 cm
53.1”-76.8” | 135-195 cm
500-700 lb | 227-318 kg
15-25 years
Zonkey
165.000
195.000
318.000
25.00
40000
GUIDE
3D
Zonkey
Zony
15000
46.5”-53.1” | 118-135 cm
55.1”-66.9” | 140-170 cm
500-700 lb | 227-318 kg
15-25 years
Zony
135.000
170.000
318.000
25.00
15000
GUIDE
3D
Zony
Zorse
39000
57”-72.8” | 145-185 cm
76.8”-98.4” | 195-250 cm
507-1,000 lb | 230-454 kg
15-30 years
Zorse
185.000
250.000
454.000
30.00
39000
GUIDE
3D
Zorse
Shire Horse
Scale illustration of an average Shire Horse with dimensions for height and length compared to a human

The Shire Horse, Equus Caballus, is a British breed of the draft horse, a horse used to draw or haul objects. This horse breed is typically black, bay, or grey. The Shire Horse is tall and this breed has held the world record various times for the largest horse and tallest horse.

The Shire Horse is intentionally used for farm work as they have a great capacity for weight-pulling. The Shire Horse is known for its easy-going temperament, eagerness to please, and has a life expectancy of 25 to 30 years. This breed of horses is considered at risk of extinction.

Shire Horses have a shoulder height of 16-19 hands (64”-76” | 163-193 cm), an overall weight in the range of 1975-2425 lb (900–1100 kg) and a typical lifespan of 24-28 years. Shire Horses have coat colors of black, bay, brown, grey.

Collection of scaled drawings of Shire Horse in various poses
The Shire Horse, Equus Caballus, is a British breed of the draft horse, a horse used to draw or haul objects. This horse breed is typically black, bay, or grey. The Shire Horse is tall and this breed has held the world record various times for the largest horse and tallest horse.

Shire Horses have a shoulder height of 16-19 hands (64”-76” | 163-193 cm), an overall weight in the range of 1975-2425 lb (900–1100 kg) and a typical lifespan of 24-28 years. Shire Horses have coat colors of black, bay, brown, grey.

Collection of scaled drawings of Shire Horse in various poses
Shire Horse
Height:
16-19 hands (64”-76” | 163-193 cm)
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
1975-2425 lb | 900–1100 kg
Area:
Coat Colors
Black, bay, brown, grey
Scientific Name
Lifespan
24-28 years (Typical)

Drawings include:
Shire Horse side elevation (standing), front (standing), side (running)

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Domestic Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo domesticus)
Scale illustration of an average Domestic Turkey compared to other gamefowl species

The Domestic Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo domesticus) is the same species as the Wild Turkey. It is much larger than the Wild Turkey as humans have breed the Domestic Turkey to become fatter and more friendly. It is believed that the Wild Turkey was domesticated about 2,000 years ago in Mesoamerica and in the Southwestern United States between 200 BC and AD 500. The Domestic Turkey does not live in the wild and can be found in controlled environments throughout the world except for Antarctica. It is bred for its meat. The Domesticated Turkey eats mostly food pellet, but can also eat insects, berries, seeds, and fruits.

The Domestic Turkey has a wingspan in the range of 59.1”-70.9” (150-180 cm) and total weight of 29.8-86 lb (13.5-39 kg). The body of the Domestic Turkey has an overall length between 39.4”-49.2” (100-125 cm), body width of 15”-18.5” (38-47 cm), and standing height of roughly 25.6”-31.5” (65-80 cm). The typical lifespan of the Domestic Turkey is between 5-6 months when farmed, and 3-5 years in the wild.

Series of measured illustrations of the Gobbler Domestic Turkey
The Domestic Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo domesticus) is the same species as the Wild Turkey. It is much larger than the Wild Turkey as humans have breed the Domestic Turkey to become fatter and more friendly. It is believed that the Wild Turkey was domesticated about 2,000 years ago in Mesoamerica.

The Domestic Turkey has a wingspan in the range of 59.1”-70.9” (150-180 cm) and total weight of 29.8-86 lb (13.5-39 kg). The body of the Domestic Turkey has an overall length between 39.4”-49.2” (100-125 cm), body width of 15”-18.5” (38-47 cm), and standing height of roughly 25.6”-31.5” (65-80 cm). The typical lifespan of the Domestic Turkey is between 5-6 months when farmed, and 3-5 years in the wild.

Series of measured illustrations of the Gobbler Domestic Turkey
Domestic Turkey (Meleagris gallopavo domesticus)
Height:
25.6”-31.5” | 65-80 cm
Width:
59.1”-70.9” | 150-180 cm (Wingspan)
Length:
39.4”-49.2” | 100-125 cm
Depth:
Weight:
29.8-86 lb | 13.5-39 kg
Area:

Body Width: 15”-18.5” | 38-47 cm

Scientific Name
Meleagris gallopavo domesticus
Lifespan
5-6 months (Farm); 3-5 years (Wild)

Drawings include:

Domestic Turkey side view, front

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House Mouse

The House Mouse, scientifically known as Mus musculus, is noted for living in close approximation to humans. As such, the House Mouse is considered as a pet due to its domestication, as a model animal for study due to its population and proximity, and as one of the most abundant pest organisms due to its infestation of buildings.

The House Mouse is territorial, mostly nocturnal, and an omnivore, often willing to eat anything it can find. It is also known to be able swimmers, climbers, and jumpers with support from its tail for orientation.

House Mice have a height of 1.2”-2” (3-5 cm), body length between 2.5”-4” (6.3-10.2 cm), and an overall weight in the range of 1.4-1.6 oz (40-45 g). The tail length of a House Mouse is 2”-4” (5-10 cm). House Mice have a typical lifespan of 1-2 years in the wild and between 2-5 years when raised in captivity.

Series of measured elevation illustrations of the House Mouse
The House Mouse, scientifically known as Mus musculus, is noted for living in close approximation to humans. As such, the House Mouse is considered as a pet due to its domestication, as a model animal for study due to its population and proximity, and as one of the most abundant pest organisms.

House Mice have a height of 1.2”-2” (3-5 cm), body length between 2.5”-4” (6.3-10.2 cm), and an overall weight in the range of 1.4-1.6 oz (40-45 g). The tail length of a House Mouse is 2”-4” (5-10 cm). House Mice have a typical lifespan of 1-2 years in the wild and between 2-5 years when raised in captivity.

Series of measured elevation illustrations of the House Mouse
House Mouse
Height:
1.2”-2” | 3-5 cm
Width:
Length:
2.5”-4” | 6.3-10.2 cm
Depth:
Weight:
1.4-1.6 oz | 40-45 g
Area:
Tail Length
2”-4” | 5-10 cm
Scientific Name
Mus musculus
Lifespan
1-2 years (wild); 2-5 years (captivity)

Drawings include:

House Mouse side elevation (standing), front (standing)

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Highland Cattle
Scale illustration of an average Highland Cattle compared to a human

The Highland is a rustic Scottish breed and originating in the Scottish Highlands and the islands of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. Highlands have a shaggy golden coat with large horns extruding on the side. The reason for the long shaggy coat is to endure intemperate conditions in the fields. The first herd-book dates to 1885; two separate kinds of Highland – a smaller island type, typically black, and a larger mainland variety, typically golden – were registered as single breeds. It is primarily produced for beef and has been exported to many other countries. It is said that milk and meat in the Highlands are high in fat and can be used to lower cholesterol.

Highland Cattle have a shoulder height between 35.4”-47.2” (90-120 cm), body length from 62”-81” (157-206 cm), standing height of roughly 37.4”-48.8” (95-124 cm), and a body width of 19.3”-25.2” (49-64 cm). Weights of Highland Cattle vary between males and females with males weighing between 1500-2000 lb (680-910 kg) and females from 900-1200 lb (410-545 kg). Highland Cattle have a typical productive lifespan of 1-3 years and natural lifespan of 15-22 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Highland Cattle in various standing poses
The Highland is a rustic Scottish breed and originating in the Scottish Highlands and the islands of the Outer Hebrides in Scotland. Highlands have a shaggy golden coat with large horns extruding on the side. The reason for the long shaggy coat is to endure intemperate conditions in the fields.

Highland Cattle have a shoulder height between 35.4”-47.2” (90-120 cm), body length from 62”-81” (157-206 cm), standing height of roughly 37.4”-48.8” (95-124 cm), and a body width of 19.3”-25.2” (49-64 cm). Weights of Highland Cattle vary between males and females with males weighing between 1500-2000 lb (680-910 kg) and females from 900-1200 lb (410-545 kg). Highland Cattle have a typical productive lifespan of 1-3 years and natural lifespan of 15-22 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Highland Cattle in various standing poses
Highland Cattle
Height:
37.4”-48.8” | 95-124 cm
Width:
19.3”-25.2” | 49-64 cm
Length:
62”-81” | 157-206 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
35.4”-47.2” | 90-120 cm
Weight:
900-2000 lb | 410-910 kg (Total)
Area:

Weight (Male): 1500-2000 lb | 680-910 kg

Weight (Female): 900-1200 lb | 410-545 kg

Scientific Name
Bos taurus primigenius
Lifespan
1-3 years (productive); 15-22 years (natural)

Drawings include:

Highland Cattle side elevation, front, back, lying down

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Mule (Equus asinus × Equus caballus)
Scale illustration of an average Mule compared to a human

The Mule (Equus asinus x Equus caballus) is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. They are one of the most common working animals in the world and are the oldest known hybrid. They were likely first bred in what is now Turkey. Mules share a resemblance horses except for their long ears. Their skin is more resistant to the sun and rain than that of a horse. Mules typically eat grains, hay, and pasture. They have a lifespan of between 35 to 40 years. Mules are sterile due to the odd number of their chromosomes.

Mules have a shoulder height between 56”–68” (142-173 cm), overall standing height of 63”-78.7” (160-200 cm), and body length of 70.9”-86.6” (180-220 cm). The weight of a Mule is between 820-1,000 lb (372-454 kg). Mules have a typical lifespan of 30-40 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Mule in various poses with dimensions
The Mule (Equus asinus x Equus caballus) is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse. They are one of the most common working animals in the world and are the oldest known hybrid. They were likely first bred in what is now Turkey. Mules share a resemblance horses except for their long ears.

Mules have a shoulder height between 56”–68” (142-173 cm), overall standing height of 63”-78.7” (160-200 cm), and body length of 70.9”-86.6” (180-220 cm). The weight of a Mule is between 820-1,000 lb (372-454 kg). Mules have a typical lifespan of 30-40 years.

Collection of scaled drawings of Mule in various poses with dimensions
Mule (Equus asinus × Equus caballus)
Height:
63”-78.7” | 160-200 cm
Width:
Length:
70.9”-86.6” | 180-220 cm
Depth:
Withers Height
56”–68” | 142-173 cm
Weight:
820-1,000 lb | 372-454 kg
Area:
Scientific Name
Equus asinus × Equus caballus
Lifespan
30-40 years

Drawings include:

Mule side elevation (assorted), front, back

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