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Why Do We Use Pin Chips On The Donkey Whisperer Farm?

Pin chips help stop mud in high traffic areas. Additionally the pin chips provide insulation from the ground for the equine (donkeys and horses) to sleep outside. Lay down and get REM sleep.

Here is our Labor day weekend of love “Spreading Pin Chips”





How can I learn how to prevent mud?

Google Mud Prevention On The Farm, get a farm plan in place for your farm as these people can really help you and it’s free.

DOGS LOVE HELPING! (Equine are moved into another pasture for dogs safety)



GOD bless you and your family two and four-legged!

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


4 Responses to “Why Do We Use Pin Chips On The Donkey Whisperer Farm?”

  1. knightwriter96

    Nice photos as usual!!! My favorite–#5 of the white horse on the ground–he/she is such a beautiful animal! As always, thanks for sharing! 🙂 🙂 🙂


    • Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

      Hi, thank you this is my mare Miss Lily. Love all my equine had her in my life since she was 20 months old. She is 10 now and never had a baby horse as I am a trainer of the owner of equine. Not a breeder. 🙂



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