Miniature Donkeys News

Miniature Donkey News

All the latest Miniature Donkey News from Wellground Miniature Donkeys in Wiltshire. A list of our most recent Facebook Posts.


LATEST NEWS from Wellground

The donkeys are having a day in the barn and out of the wind, the rain and bitter cold temperatures. Happy donks. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 Farriers, 9 Miniature Donkeys, 36 Hooves Trimmed and several Ripping Yarns told 😂😂
Today was hoof trimming at Wellground. They were all really well behaved. The donkeys were good too 🤨
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Welcome to Wellground on a beautiful but cold and sunny Sunday lunchtime. ... See MoreSee Less

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A lovely sunset over Wellground this evening. ... See MoreSee Less

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Good morning, we have suffered two big storms in a couple of days. The land is now very waterlogged. Far too wet for donkey hooves.

We needed a solution. We are always trying new things.

Now we have no liveries bringing their horses into the barns, we can use the yard.

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The donks have had an hour out grazing before our next storm arrived. It’s getting very wet and windy again now.

The donks are in their daytime barn now, taking turns at getting as much wood shavings on them as they can.

Little stinkers.... 😂😂😂
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2 weeks ago

Wellground Miniature Donkeys

TONIGHT on Countryfile. Miniature Donkeys for Wellbeing. Should be good. ... See MoreSee Less

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A little update from Wellground in the lovely (but chilly) January sunshine. Enjoy. ... See MoreSee Less

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Hi all, today our vet Kate came out to see us and our donkeys. The two weanlings, ‘Tiny Tease’ and ‘Miss Moneypenny’ had their second flu and tetanus booster vaccination injections.

Kate was keen to look at Pixie’s dentals, as Pixie had suffered two recent bouts of colic. Also, we have found that she regularly has unchewed grass compacted in her cheeks.

Sometimes, teeth problems can prevent the food being chewed properly allowing unprocessed food getting into the stomach, which can cause colic.

Kate’s suspicions were correct and corrective work was carried out, which should help Pixie and improve her life.

Everyone is now out grazing in the sunshine.
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You can also follow us on Instagram, please search Instagram for Wellground Miniature Donkeys (wellground) and follow us on Instagram too.

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