My chickens feel the same way about broccoli...I thought they'd love it!
Funny, that is the same reaction that my oldest progeny has to broccoli. If she had hooves she would be grinding it into the dust (she has tried to drop it on the floor unnoticed in years past). Perhaps when the donkey babies get to age 18 (do they live that long?) you will tell them that they no longer have to eat "just one tree". That is what we did. I miss all the gagging and hysterics though.
So they don't care for broccoli, huh? Picky, picky - but soooo adorable!!!
What is that cheeky donkey doing in the last picture?!
Oh, the donkey noses! How cute!!
That's a great treat! I love their cute noses...Cheers,Rosa
LOL!! My rabbits would take care of that broccoli for you.
HAHA!! Cute overload. I never knew donkeys could be so hilarious.
Is that a sideways donkey kiss or bite in the last picture? Love all your animal photos - they bring such a smile.Thanks for carting a camera all the time and remembering to use it for us vicarious farm types!
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