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Date Posted: 14:03:18 12/23/04 Thu
Author: Judy Haberek
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Subject: baby donk

Just got a three month old donkey a few days ago. It is now pouring rain and windy and he is standing in the middle of it. Why isn't he using the shelter? Should I be concerned?

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[> Re: baby donk -- Jenny, 16:05:15 01/15/05 Sat (mnpl-001-051.dialup.iowatelecom.net/

yeah I would lock him inside when its raining if he is that little and standing in it.

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[> Re: baby donk -- BRENDA ADAMS, 12:35:40 11/05/05 Sat (dsl1448.wk.net/

hi, you ask an opion, i think a 3 month old donkey is a little young to be taken from the mother, if you have shelter maybe if you could fix a little spot so it can stay inside for a couple of weeks and keep it with some good grain and a good rich hay, spend a little extra time with it and after a couple of weeks it will love you and think you are it's mother, i always take a chair inside the stalls and sit the feed by my feet, they are kinda like a child, they like for you to be eye level with them, i have one in the barn right now and she is 4 months old, we turn her loose with us outside and she is just like a little kid, she stays right with us. hope you can use some of this info

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[> Re: baby donk -- john (baby donk), 06:59:20 05/06/07 Sun (AC5-Webproxy65.direcpc.com/

no you dont donkeys just dont need that much shelter

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