Donkey Whisperer Farm, Snow In The Olympic Mountains 2015


This photo was taken with my phone. “Looks like GOD in Jesus Christ name painted the mountains and landscape.” Thank you Jesus for our farm!

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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


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Donkeys Evolved From The Desert, LOW SUGAR DIET

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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


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Dreaming Of Being A Young Again

If I was young again (55 now) I would be riding Oboe everywhere. Weight limit for a donkey is twenty percent of the donkey (saddle included with your body weight). Please remember this.

me as a kid


Here is one of our rescue Oboe he use to drag, kick and fight the human had to be sedated to do his feet. No more. Oboe is safe, has a great home and a human who is fair and can teach.

Select OUR STORE to order we ship anywhere in the world. Shipping and tax in the U.S.A is included in the price.

standard rope halter

We are now selling custom handmade rope halters, with a brass snap for your donkey. 100% REFUND IF NOT SATISFIED. Custom made to fit your mini, standard or Mammoth.

on donkey time sign and rope halter


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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC

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Posted by on October 30, 2015 in Uncategorized


Happy Halloween


Remember the easy keeper can’t eat anything high in sugar. Test your hay to come in below 10% sugar, a bite of a carrot a day is fine. No grain needed. Never feed alfalfa and do not let stand in tall green grass eating all day.


Easy keeper the donkey evolved as the desert equine; requires low sugar/protein, clean water, hooves trimmed, shelter and most of all a relationship built on trust and clear leadership. Never abuse any animal or human.

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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


Posted by on October 28, 2015 in 2015, animals, donkey, farm


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Prayer For Peace, Never Give up




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CHINA Killing Donkeys For Meat and Hide


What a horrible world….. I am sick!!!!!!

What can I do?

Check labels do not purchase anything not made in the U.S.A.



Smashed to death with a sledgehammer: Customers watch as Chinese vendors sell ‘fresh donkey meat’ by the side of the road after killing animals in front of them!

  • Lines of donkeys were seen tethered to the roadside awaiting execution
  • Meat was instantly butchered and sold directly to passing motorists 
  • Vendors ensure they get the best price possible by butchering to order
  • Donkey meat is a delicacy in China and a cut weighing around 1.5kg sells for the equivalent of £10 



What can you do?

Do not support slaughter of horses, donkeys or mules in any way! Check labels and make sure what you are purchasing came from the U.S.A.

I am a small business owner of the U.S.A. recently I started selling my very own hand-made rope halters with matching lead lines in the U.S.A. Biggest complaint I get is I can get one way cheaper! Yes of course you can if it is not made in the U.S.A.

Start checking labels on everything folks! Greed can be stopped, it just takes a few minutes of your time.

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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


Posted by on October 24, 2015 in 2015, animals, China, donkey, news


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Less Daylight GOD Help Me


My husband, our three dogs, two kitties, six donkeys and two horses live in Sequim, WA. We live in the Great Pacific Northwest one of the most diverse and beautiful places on the planet but sadly we are about to enter daylight savings times. Wow! Not sure why they call it this as in the fall and winter we have more dark days and rain than spring or summer.

When I start to feel blue I switch to becoming grateful for all of our blessings. I thank GOD I do not live in Alaska. I am not saying Alaska is bad or anything but I could not take the darkness nor the daylight non-stop. Not to mention the extreme cold as I have three large screws in my pelvis. I love home sweet home, Sequim, WA.




All of Alaska does not go dark in winter! But the further north you go, the darker it gets.

Shortest Day of the Year

On the shortest day of the year (December 21, winter solstice), you’ll find a range of daylight hours depending on where you are:

Town Location Sunrise Sunset Total Daylight
Juneau Inside Passage (Southeast
Alaska Panhandle)
8:45 am 3:07 pm 6 hours 22 minutes
Anchorage Southcentral 10:14 am 3:42 pm 5 hours 28 minutes
Fairbanks Interior 10:50 am 2:41 pm 3 hours 42 minutes
Barrow The Arctic: 330 miles
north of Arctic Circle
November 18 January 23 67 days of darkness


Even though residents of Barrow, the northernmost town in Alaska, won’t see the sun for 67 days come winter, they enjoy the midnight sun all summer – over 80 days of uninterrupted daylight. Anchorage enjoys a more modest amount of daylight in summer than Barrow – but that’s still a good 19 hours between sunrise and sunset on the longest day of the year, Summer Solstice.

What The Arctic Circle Is

The Arctic Circle is the boundary of the true midnight sun. South of this line the sun rises and sets all year round.

Daily Gain In Daylight Hours

Likewise, the gain in daylight as you get closer to the equinox (midway between the solstices) increases as you head further north. On Spring Equinox, March 22:

  • Barrow gains about 9 minutes of light per day
  • Fairbanks, about 7 minutes
  • Anchorage, about 6 minutes
  • Juneau, about 5 minutes

In other words, Anchorage experiences the equivalent of a daylight savings time change every two weeks!



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

Melody Johnson, Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


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