"Horses Dream Of Being Trained The Way A Donkey Demands To Be Trained" Melody Johnson

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Hay, Hay, Hay – We will have hay for sale soon!

Dear Friends of the Donkey Whisperer Farm,

Last year we completed our home. Yeah! This year my goal is to complete our Video On Demand, E-Training series DONKEY 102. If you have not taken Donkey 101 we highly recommend you take this course as it is a prerequisite to Donkey 102. Select E-TRAINING DONKEY 101 VIDEO ON DEMAND.

Select OUR STORE  to order your soft yacht rope halter, lead line, BRASS SCREW ON SNAP and Donkey 101. Our measurements will fit any mini or standard size donkey age 4 months to full-grown. All other equine require you to measure the head. We are now making custom fitting soft yacht rope halters with matching lead lines for all equine, donkey, mule and horses.

We provide the template and measurement tool after your order is placed. We ship for FREE in the U.S.A. and we ship worldwide. We just shipped a large order to Norway. We are now selling riding reins and Long Lead lines up to 22 feet with a brass screw on snap.


For those of you who have been following my blog you know how much I love to garden. We are excited to share the Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC is moving into full hay production. Just like last year if you come on the day we bale the hay is $8.00 per bale. Bring help as you pick off the field and load in your truck. If you wait until we pick up the hay and get under cover the cost is $10.00 per bale. This is nice local alfalfa, orchard mix hay, 2 strands 70 pound bales.

E-mail us at INFO@DONKEYWHISPERER.COM to get on our mailing list.

Next year we hope to seed begin growing premium organic weed free Orchard hay testing below 10% sugar on our little farm in Sequim, WA.


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


Scott & Melody Johnson




Select TOPIARY PLANTS I love it! The time and precise ability to make a plant look so alive is amazing. Gardening is truly one of my first loves. Now that we have moved to the farm I am working to grow food. Food for the donkeys and horses and food for me and my family to eat. Still I have a few surprises in my little garden. I do love the garden.

My little garden on the Donkey Whisperer Farm.

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

Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC


The Peony Is One Of My Favorite Flowers

Remember do not cut the Tree Peony. Prune the magnificent tree peony. Watch the video below.

Please learn all about the tree Peony before you care for it these are simply my favorite besides the Itoh peony. 

What Are Itoh Peonies: Itoh Peony Information And Care In Gardens

Itohs can be deadheaded as needed throughout the spring and summer. In autumn, cut back Itoh peoniesto about 4-6 inches up from the soil level. Like herbaceous peoniesItoh peonies will come back in spring from the ground. In fall, you can also divide Itoh peonies just as you would divide herbaceouspeonies.Oct 31, 2016


Tree Peony – Learn to prune. Never cut to the bottom.

This is my tree peony age is 25 years old. Yes twenty-five years old!

Select Peony

Peonies can outlive people

Kept in optimal conditions, a peony plant can live to be over 100 years old.

Select Did You Know A Peony Can Outlive People?


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

Donkey Whisperer Farm, LLC








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