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We are committed to finding the best home for each and every donkey that we offer for sale. Our little donks have terrific conformation and their personalities can't be beat; they are affectionate, in good health, very social and "love to be loved."
have asked if the donkeys that we are currently showing are for sale, and
the answer is 'yes' they are,
but ........ we only accept a deposit, not payment in full until after show season! Reason being, it takes so much time to select, condition and train donkeys for the show ring, and it's so hard to start a new one in the middle of the season. With a deposit on a particular donkey, all we ask you to do is sit back and enjoy the shows; we will continue to show 'your' donkey at our expense until show season is over in the fall!
All of our donkeys are on proper schedules for vaccinations and worming, and our farrier visits the farm on a regular basis for hoof care.
Donkeys are herd animals; to avoid undue stress and loneliness and to help ensure a happy, healthy little donkey, it is strongly recommended that they not be kept singly but with another animal, preferably a miniature donkey, as a life-long friend.
Our goal is to make your ownership experience positive and pleasurable and to ensure that our donkeys are placed in an environment where they will be well cared for, protected, enjoyed and most of all treasured!
Mature Small Jack
Will breed both mares and jennys!
Hickory Hills Earle Gray
Birth Height: 18 1/2 - 19"
Current Height: 28 1/2 - 29"
Color: dark gray-dun
Sire: Hickory Hills Zig N. Bock
28 1/2" - gray/white spotted
Dam: Hauenstein's Lil Miss Debutante
30" - brown/gray/white spotted
Earle was small/correct and just too good to geld when he matured, so he has been 'on loan' to a very good friend of ours who manages the quarantine facility here in Texas. Sheri rescued a small herd of miniature jennys that could no longer be cared for by their owner due to his wife's declining health and borrowed Earle because of his size and laid-back disposition to run in a pasture with these jennys! Let's just say 'Earle was definitely king of his castle!'
Later on, Sheri put Earle in with several of her miniature mares, and Earle immediately went about taking care of business! He doesn't care if they are redheads, blonds or brunettes ............... mares or jennys; Earle 'gets the job done!'
Hickory Hills Zig N. Along
Click on the ADMS logo above
to see Zig N. Along's
four generation pedigree!
National Champion Jack
Updated pictures taken April 2014
Birth Height: 19"
Current Height: 28 1/2" (April 2014)
Registered with both ADMS and ACOSA
Sire: Hickory Hills Zig N. Bock
28 1/2" - gray/white spot
Grand Sire: My World Red Alert
31 1/2" - dark red
Grand Dam: TRR's Contessa
31 1/2" - gray/white spotted
Dam: Hickory Hills Sweet Pea
30" - brown/gray/white spotted
Grand Sire: Hickory Hills Cocoa Bean
27 1/2" - dark brown
Grand Dam: Hiview's Sweet Charlie
30" - brown/gray/white spotted
Outstanding! If you are looking for
quality small genetics, here's your future
he's small and very correct; he has it all in one compact little package and reminds me so much of his dad, Hickory Hills Zig N. Bock!
When he was a baby, Zig N. Along had some traits of being wooly, although there are no wooly bloodlines in his pedigree that we know of, his haircoat was longer/silkier than most babies,
and his mane laid over like a horse! Would he produce wooly babies if bred to a wooly jenny? Maybe/maybe not, but one thing for sure, those babies would be absolutely delightful!
* $2000 *
This little chunk is going to make someone an outstanding herdsire!
only reason that we are offering Zig N. Along to another breeding home is
because his sire is a major part of our breeding program,
and we just don't have enough room to house another breeding jack with the same bloodlines comfortably!
Hickory Hills Pink Floyd
This quick updated picture was taken March 2014;
I'll post another one when we get him clipped! He's a nice compact little guy!
Birth Height: 19 1/4"
Current Height: 28 1/2" (April 2014)
Hills Zig N. Bock
Dam: Bar 3S
looking for a small bundle of red to compliment your breeding herd genetics?
Take a long look
at Pink Floyd! He's small and straight and all boy! He came into this world brave, bold and independent
and kept his mom super busy just trying to keep up with him! Now that he is almost two years old
and maturing, he is mainly interested in talking to the girls instead of running from them! Again, the
only reason that we are offering Pink Floyd to another breeding home is because we have his sire and
three other sorrel breeding jacks and just don't have room for another with basically duplicate bloodlines!
Floyd has been gelded
and will be making his new home in Natchitoches, Louisiana
If you are looking for a young red jack, we have one that we are trying to get the winter hair off of and pictures posted very soon! His sire is My World Red Alert, our senior herdsire, and dam is Ass-pirin Acres Pink Champagne; no doubt this little guy has outstanding conformation and would be an asset to any breeding program, especially one breeding for sorrels!
Pictures and additional information coming soon!
Sadie & Coco Kiss
$1500/package of two
These two little jennys are like two peas in a pod ............. where you see one, you see the other!
They grew up in the nursery together and picked each other as their BFF! If you are looking for cute, here they are!
Hickory Hills Zig N. Bock
Sadie is a
delightful little jenny; she has a wonderful
laid-back disposition and is full of life.
Oscar's Lonestar Luke
O.K. I do
have to admit it when I say we had to take a double look when we saw Coco
Kiss running around with Mary Alice ....... this just proves that book
genetics doesn't always follow through in the pasture! Both sire/dam
are gray/white spotted, but little Coco is definitely a medium 'cocoa' brown,
and there's not one single spot to be seen! Coco Kiss is truly as
sweet as sugar, hence her name! Actually, her mom, Mary Alice,
belonged to my dear friend Marcie who lost her battle with melanoma cancer
just four months before Coco was born, so when she was born, I sent Marcie's
daughter a picture of the foal, and Cindy named her; I think Marcie would
Here's four young
geldings ................ they were gelded the end of March and have fully
They are all social and friendly as we visit with them in their pasture daily; geldings make excellent
family pets! Like all of our animals, these guys are up-to-date on vaccinations, worming and hoof trims!
I'm taking pictures now
of three yearling geldings that are available also;
they were gelded May 7, have fully recovered from their surgery and are ready to run at play!
We don't sell single/only
child donkeys unless there is another equine (preferably another miniature
at their new home. Donkeys are herd animals, and without a BFF, they get lonely and aren't happy campers!
We price our geldings at $500/each or $750 for a pair!
Color: brown/white spotted
(and his buddy, Robertson)
Five O'Clock Shadow
* and yes, he was
We also have three yearling boys that have recently been gelded and will be available the end of the month! The youngest is a little spot, Rudy, born the end of May 2013, and the other two are a little bit older; Harley was born the middle of March and Rocky the first of April. All three are extremely friendly and social; little geldings make the best ever family pets!
I'll should have their pictures and information posted over the weekend!
Three BFFs; available to a new home together!
$2000/for the three girls as a package
We would love to sell these three little girls to the same new donkey home! They are always
together; side by side in the pasture! They were all babies in the nursery out of three of my favorite
older jennys, and when it came time to wean them, we waited for the youngest one to be six
months old, and then we weaned them together!
They are now wonderful
coming three-year-old jennys who are super friendly and very social.
the three carries a totally different bloodline, so next fall when they are mature/old enough to breed,
each would contribute to your breeding program individually, but until that time, what fun it would be
to just sit back and watch them be teenage girls .............. together!
I'll post updated pictures as soon as they shed off their fuzzy winter hair!
LN Stuart Little B
Sire: CSF Major Money Maker
As we enter
retirement, we have decided to
red' and now have several mature brood jennys (dark brown, gray and
spotted) that we won't
be breeding now because of several years of drought and the increased hay prices here in Texas. They would be fantastic additions to any herd looking to add bloodlines and pedigrees to their existing stock or a perfect way for someone who is just getting into miniature donkeys to start.
They are all experienced mothers; let them teach you the ropes!
We have been putting our breeding program together for twelve years, and these jennys have all done a super job of producing nice quality/healthy babies for us. While mature, they still have many years of breeding ahead of them. They are all in good health (up-to-date on vaccinations, worming and hoof trims)! They are just too good to sit aside and not used while we wait out Mother Nature's punishment on Texas!
We offer them for
$650/each or $1000/in pairs open;
we will expose them to the jack of your choice $800/each or $1500/in pairs!
Email us - firstname.lastname@example.org - for more information!
Available Mature Geldings
These two boys are a bit older, but they still like donkey hugs and butt scratches and running and playing!
To ensure that they go to a home with a donkey best buddy, we offer a 'best buddy' discount!
Package of Two for $550
Mature Barren Jennys
We have four jennys
that we have been unable to get settled; we've had them with several
different jacks, and still, no babies.
I don't give up easy, and I'm not giving up now, but our hay situation requires that we should place these girls in good donkey homes as pets!
They are super friendly and social, plus up-to-date on vaccinations, worming and hoof trims; one of them is a National Halter Champion.
Most of the time they live in the brood jenny pasture, but they have all four been exposed to a jack and could 'possibly' be bred, but we
don't think so. In any case, if they do prove me wrong, and you need a breeding certificate, no problem! I will just kick myself because
I gave up on them too quick! Our loss will definitely be your gain!
We are selling
them at BFF (best friends forever) prices -
or if you have enough room for all four together
(they would love that, and we would too), we would offer them as a group!
Asai has had a couple of babies for us and was a good mother, but after her last foal, we haven’t been able to settle her again.
She is friendly and
was a big help making Sassy (also listed with
this group) feel secure in our herd when she first arrived. I'm guessing because
Asai had raised
babies, she was able to
Asai showed signs of being in season early this spring, and we immediately cross our fingers and put her in with Smoke; so far .... so good!
She raised foals in her younger years;
Imogene is a one-of-a-kind donkey; she is absolutely gorgeous ............ and did a fantastic job for us in the show ring, but she just didn't like being away from home and her friends. She is happiest in the brood jenny pasture talking to the girls!
Imogene has also been a tremendous help in
making her new home in Sealy, Texas
Sassy is a wonderful jennet, but because she
very good friend of ours rescued Sassy as a yearling jenny, and when Betty's
health began to decline, she worried and stressed about Sassy because no one
would want her as she wasn't as bubbly as the other donkeys, so I promised
if she ever got in a position that she could no longer take care of Sassy,
And making her new
home in Sealy, Texas
Ivy is the youngest of the group; if you look closely at her forehead, you will see a few white hairs that I call her ‘beauty mark!’ We purchased her three years ago, and our jacks haven’t been able successful getting her to conceive. Ivy is very friendly and loves people, and I think she would do well as a therapy/teaching donkey or perhaps a nursing home ambassador!
Ivy showed signs of being in season early this spring, and we immediately cross our fingers and put her in with Smoke; so far .... so good!
Her cycles have never been strong enough
As responsible breeders, we strongly promote, support and love geldings; they make outstanding show/performance animals and
are easy keepers; they get along well in a pasture with jennys and other
geldings, and they make
the very best babysitters for young weanlings.
Butt scratches are almost as good as donkey hugs!
If you have questions or need
additional information or pictures, we welcome your telephone calls at
or email email@example.com ............ we always have time to talk a little donkey talk!