Sunday, May 01, 2005

5/18/11: The Daily Donkey 101

The Daily Donkey 101
Keeping Donkeyland safe with all weather Marta Guard (1/22/11)

2 comments:

  1. I have to ask, how do you keep your donkeys so trim? I'm in Illinois and its an ongoing battle to keep my little guy at his right weight.

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  2. Hi Betsey,
    I read a while ago that apparently the easiest 'bad' thing you can do to your donkey is let them get fat - and that it's so easy to do, especially when they love treats. If you have a little donkey, it's probably even easier.

    Donkeys are very thrifty eaters, and they don't need a whole lot of food. We limit the treats we give ours, but I think the main reason they stay trim is because they get lots of exercise. Donkeyland, where 6 of our 7 donkeys live now, is about 15 acres, and they often run up and down the field, playing and just having fun - or racing toward the treat bucket. ;)

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