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RoyHofhuis 240694 159 Donkey vs. Roy either
Donkey vs. Roy
Last summer I owned a miniature donkey named Fritz. In the
fall I had to move him from the biger field to his pen. The
first task was catching him, after chasing him through the
field and being draged a few times I had him on the halter.
Then came the task of taking him around the barn, I tried
going through but he didn't want to go at all so I went
around. Nearing the house with him(in the pic) I got tired
of pulling him so I tied him to the tree in the pic and went
for lunch. After Lunch Fritz seemed to walk beter, maybe
because he got tired or maybe because I had a few people
helping me. :-P
Re: Donkey vs. Roy
Here is Fritz in his indoor pen, he looks like he’s ready to
bite, we have to keep him away from the other animals since
he eats anything that moves. One of my goats got in his pen
for a night and she was lucky to still be alive, she wasn’t
moving much but she’s still alive. Fritz also chewed on our
sick cows that we kept outside in the field with him.
Re: Donkey vs. Roy
thats a nice donkey Roy! :-D
and nice DeLval coveralls :-P
Re: Donkey vs. Roy
nice ASS!
Re: Donkey vs. Roy
Thanks, I take great pride in my butox :-P ;-)
Re: Donkey vs. Roy
It seems to me that Fritz is a waste of feed. Do you not
have a firearm that will cure his problems?
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