Mini Donkey
Top 3 – Fun Facts
  1. Donkeys travel in herds so they need another animal around.
  2. Donkeys that live on farms tend to be very protective of the other animals.
  3. Mini donkeys make braying and snuffling noises around people that they like.
Interesting Mini Donkey Facts
  • Donkeys will get your attention if they feel ignored.
  • Mini donkeys are also great with kids.
  • Mini donkeys were imported into the United States in 1920.
  • They can be trained to carry and pull objects by the time they’re three-years-old.
  • They average 32-36 inches in height when they’re full grown.
  • Baby miniature donkeys are called foals.
  • Mini donkeys make braying and snuffling noises around people that they like.
  • Unlike many other miniature breeds (such as toy poodles), the miniature donkey is not a bred-down version of a larger donkey. Their small size is natural.
  • Miniature donkeys are not more than 36 inches (91 centimeters) tall.
  • Miniature donkeys are native to the Mediterranean islands of Sicily and Sardinia.
  • Miniature donkeys are very popular as companion animals and for show.
  • Mini donkeys have really good memory and just remember when frightening things happen to them and try to avoid them.

 

 

Where does my money go?
  • Cost Per Day For One Mini Donkey = $7.15
  • Cost For One Year For One Mini Donkey = $2700.00  
  • Cost For Herd For One Month = $215.00
  • Cost For Herd For Three Months = $645.00
  • Cost For Herd For One Year = $2700.00
  • Stable Maintenance Fee For One Month = $50.00 ($600.00 Per Year)

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