Reno, Miss Jenny and Ginger, the mules
Sweet Molly Mule
Jimmy, the boss mule
Werther, named after the candy due to his colouring.
Not sure what those two were looking at.
And then I went passed the Rowdy Gelding Paddock, and I was lucky enough to catch their attention for a second, because really all they just want to do is play and run. Here are three of the rowdy big boys.
Cocoa, who only had a second to spare for me, and then was off chasing after Panne again.
Nugget, one of our newest donkeys.
And our Romeo Donny,
who was able to tear himself away from the far end fence
that separates him from the Donkey girls.
He is the main reason though for the creation of the Big Gelding paddock. The thought behind is that the big boys won't put up with his constant mounting other donkeys, and fighting with the other boys, so far he really gets along great with the big boys and there has been no fighting or misbehaviour on anybody's part. It is actually I think a good change, because the big boys do get along fine, don't have to compete with all the other donkeys for food and attention and have been seen quite often involved in donkey games, which is nice to watch. They have been running and playing just like wild little young donkeys. As of right now there are 8 geldings in this paddock, only four really big ones, like Cocoa and Panne, Indy and Apollo. Going in there is a little bit intimidating, because of their size, but they are all softies, well except Donny and I don't know too much about Nugget yet.
But oh what sweet faces they all do have.