Sunday, May 10, 2009

Donkey Chic......the finest in Donkey attire.




16 comments:

I need orange said...

Goodness! I always learn something new when I visit. They don't mind?

Wrensong Farm said...

Nope. I walked right up and put them on. :) I really needed to make some comments about alien donkeys with that shiny material!! :P

Amy ~ 12 Acres said...

Ummm....I can die now. I've seen everything.

Christy said...

Um....why?

Wrensong Farm said...

Christy, it's a fly mask. It keep biting flies out of their ears and regular flies out of their eyes.

Grammy said...

Can they see through the mask? Happy mothers day.

Coloradolady said...

Gives a whole new meaning to blind dinner date...right?

I agree, now I have seen everything.

mudranch.com said...

Living along side of a road that guts town, we get a lot of people asking about the fly masks on the horses -- they don't realize it's mesh and they can see right through it unobstructed. So, when I get the question on why I would blinde fold my horse... "So they can't see that the grass is greener on the other side!" That always gets some good looks. ;) LOL

Ishtar said...

Very cool donkey attires indeed!

Nancy K. said...

Lucky donkeys! Flies can make them miserable during the warm months. Good for you for taking such good care of your long-eared equines.

Joanna@BooneDocksWilcox said...

Not many people take such good care of their donkeys, big cyber hug for Tammy.

Shula said...

Do they make special donkey eared sizes? They look very cool.

Muppet got his flymask today, I even tried his flysheet on him (makes him look like a knights horse) but he didn't need it today.

Christy said...

Oh, great idea! I'll have to remember that if we ever have a problem.

country girl said...

They do look like something from Startrek. Very cool. I've never seen ear coverings.

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

You've been to Roswell, haven't you? I do believe I've seen Alien inspired horse and donkey fly masks sold there. I swear! lol!

Nanu Nanu!
~Lisa

Kara said...

I just caught up, your lamb crop is beautiful! Congrats!!!