The difference between meat donkeys and improved meat donkeys breeding profits Meat donkeys have three powders of fur (pink around the nose, pink around the eyes, pink under the abdomen, and black for the rest) and aconite (black for the whole body hair). They have high protein content, lower fat content than beef and lamb, and low cholesterol. Tasty meat is a good dish on the table. Meat donkey As the saying goes, there is dragon meat in the sky and donkey meat underground indicates that donkey meat has high nutritional value. In terms of the value of donkeys themselves, donkeys are all treasures. After slaughter, the meat of a donkey is used for cooking, its bones are used for bone meal, and its skin is used to refine donkey gum. From the analysis of breeding costs and their own value, donkeys do have a high breeding value and drinking water is of great significance in judging whether a donkey is sick or not. If a donkey eats little grass and drinks a lot of water, it can be said that the donkey is disease-free; if the amount of food harvested by the grass does not decrease, and the amount of water it drinks less or does not drink for several consecutive days, it can be predicted that the donkey will become ill. If the fecal ball is dry and hard, has a small amount of mucus on the outside, and drinks less water, gastroenteritis may occur in a few days. Acute gastritis may occur if there is an abnormality during feeding, sometimes gnawing on stakes or grooves, not drinking much water, and unabated spirit. Although donkeys don't eat overnight and stand back from their grooves, as long as their nose and ears are mild and their body temperature is normal, they can be seen to be disease-free. It can be eaten at dawn or the next day, and breeders call it a “stare”. The frequency of donkey disease is closely related to factors such as weather, season, forage change, grass quality, and feeding methods. Therefore, it is necessary to carefully observe the general principles of breeding management and the different requirements for breeding management according to different physiological conditions in order to achieve “prevent disease first, treat illness early, and count in mind”.