E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 360 620-2636 Scott Johnson
360 620-5868 Melody Johnson
8115 Old Olympic Hwy, Sequim, WA 98382
Please do not feed alfalfa hay to donkeys.
The desert equine the donkey is a easy keeper. Alfalfa will slowly kill your donkey. In the near future we will sell premium 100% orchard hay tested organic and weed free, this hay will be tested to come in below 10% sugar. Our hay is beautiful clean fresh hay and it’s stored in a dry space.
God Bless You And Your Family Two And Four-Legged!
The Donkey Whisperer Farm ® is a blessing. We will thank GOD for this farm forever as our farm is GOD’s blessing. GOD bless the farmer and his/her way of life!
Farmers work hard! No vacation time, no sick days, no time off.
Every seed we plant will grow food. Food for animals and humans to consume.
The land will reward us when we take the time to give back.
Everything starts with the soil
The farmer has a big office
Farmers prepare for spring in the winter
The farmer must be a planner and very careful with their budget
Farmers get dirty every single day
Farmers breathe fresh air every single day, rain, snow, wind or hot
Farmers love to share
Farmers pray and plant
What to Consider?
Vision and Values: A farm is personal, a vision and values of the individuals who start the farm. Farms are dying each and every day. Small farms need another income to keep running this is a fact. Farming is very difficult to make a profit as the overhead is greater than the fiscal rewards most years.
Place Matters: We must do our homework to ensure the part of the world we purchase land has everything we need to grow the food source. Do your homework.
Education and Experience: Preparation, knowledge, and training are essential. But so is being able adapt quickly to the unexpected, to persevere when factors beyond one’s control conspire against you, and knowing how/when/what/where to expend time, energy, and resources. Prayer is very important. God is in control 100%.
Managing risk: It is helpful to plan careful to manage risk through diversification, financial management, and the ability to withstand a couple of bad years.
Wait for the funding to come before you grow your farm! We advise to grow your business in phases. Do not borrow money unless it is absolutely need. Be patient and wait.