Reinforce those fences and gates, for those of you who love your little escape artist friends. Escaped donkey struck and killed on Route 6A May 29, 2008 EAST SANDWICH, MA - Genevieve, a beloved 40-year-old donkey at Wing Scorton Farm on Route 6A, was struck and killed early this morning. The donkey, one of dozens of animals that call Dick and Sheila Lorings farm home, strayed from its corral. Thats not unusual, Dick Loring said, but it was a surprise that the animal wandered all the way to Route 6A. He and the horse had a major way of opening gates, Dick Loring said. The farm was a flurry of activity this morning. Young lambs suckling on their mothers, a horse eating a snack out of Sheila Lorings hand and three golden retrievers offering friendly wags to visitors. Life and death is just such a part of farm life, said Loring. We lost her last night, but three new baby lambs were born this morning. Wing Scorton Farm is a sprawling 7 acres of corrals and chicken coops. The Lorings sell about 450 dozen eggs a day to area convenience stores and folks who drop by the farm and plop $3 into a tin can.