Donkey Whisperer Farm Trains The Owner/Caretaker To Train The Donkey

“The Donkey Whisperer Farm trains the owner or caretaker how to train the Donkey”

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Donkeys are smart not stubborn.

Donkeys need the owner to have a plan and never abuse the donkey.

Donkeys are visual learners

Donkeys need another donkey to live with

Donkeys need great fences and locks

Donkeys are stoic and will not show pain until it is too late. Please call the vet right away if your donkey is sick. Death comes quickly to the donkey due to the fact they did not show their were sick until it was too late.

Donkeys will follow the human they trust and respect. Never a stranger and never an abuser or a treat dispenser. Learn how to be a fair leader to help your donkey live on your farm in peace and harmony.


Donkeys can be difficult to train if the owner does not learn how to train the donkey.

Never abuse a donkey

Never send the donkey off for training

Be consistent with your donkey

Donkeys do not enjoy loud noises, fairs etc.,

Donkeys demand we pay attention to their self-survival preservation skills

If we ignore the warning signs of stress the donkey will respond as follows;

  1. Fight back (extroverted donkeys)
  2. Not move the feet
  3. Lay down
  4. Kick and or bite
  5. Use their head to hurt you
  6. Run though you

Never chase a donkey!

Learn how to train your donkey to catch you. Check out our E-Training Program Donkey 101 Video On Demand Series.

Donkey 102 will be available early July 2018.


Donkeys are the exotic Desert Equine. Donkeys require a serious diet of low sugar and low protein hay to stay healthy. Shelter and clean water is a must. Donkeys need another donkey to live with to be healthy physically, emotionally and mentally. Donkeys have photographic memories. Donkeys are visual learners. Donkeys require a dry paddock for the majority of their day. Donkeys evolved from the desert. Try creating fences and gates to ensure your donkey gets exercise and eats some green grass for limited amounts of time. Studies have proven if we let our easy keeper equine eat 6:00am to 10:00am the sugar content will be lower in our pastures. Never feed alfalfa hay, grass clippings, bread, or pears, apples to your donkey. A bite of an apple once in a while is safe but too much is going to cause colic. I simply do not feed apples to my donkeys. I love my donkeys and do not want to bury my donkeys. Apples can ferment and there is a chance of colic.

• A male donkey is called a jack.

• ‘Burro’ is the Spanish word for donkey. Wild donkeys in the U.S.A. are called  burros.

• A female donkey is called a jenny or jennet.

• A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse (mare).

• A hinny is the offspring of a male horse (stallion) and a female donkey (jenny).

Donkeys need dry pastures and paddocks as their hooves were made to live in the desert.


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