Their land is a swamp now and now it's freezing. Owner doesn't want their hooves in the mess any more and is giving them to us, we're well drained and the shed is on a hill and very dry. They're UTD on shots, teeth and worming. Not on the farrier but I planned on that. They're in good weight. She just can't get them enough safe dry graze and even their current shed is on wet land. So they're coming here. Horses I've had and worked with. Donkeys, not so much. Some and I love mules. I love thinking species and body language. I have bermuda hay for the goats right now and they've always about 1/2 acre of graze and rotate on another two acres. I give the goats 12% all stock twice a day right now with a bit of alfalfa pellet, and there's a goat mineral block out there. Do I have to rig any of that so the donkeys can't get to it? I posted over on backyardherds but I'm here more often. They're a young jenny and a gelding. They're very cute and social.