Find a Jennet
Start with finding a good quality female donkey called Jennet. A minimum recommended age for a Jennet for breeding purpose is three years. Less than three is strictly discouraged and when you look for the animal ask the Jennet's age to make sure the animal is three years old. There is no maximum age limit for the animal but ideally the best animal to breed is between three and five years of age.
A Need for Jack
Either you can buy the male donkey - jack- of your own or can bring it from a nearby farm provided the person agrees it. Another option is that leave the jennet at the farm when you judge the animal is near breeding.
Know When Jennet Nears Breeding
You can ask for information from your local veterinary about the indicators when Jennet is ready to be bred. A general sign is that she chews her mouth like a gum chewing and urine in a different manner. It is time to leave her out with Jack outside unless you want to get her bred at your animal yard.
When you judge the animal is heated for breeding, call local veterinary to get inspected health of jennet and jack. It is essential as in case of any disease breeding can harm the animal. So once they are cleared for breed you can get jennet bred.