The new baby boy two hours after birth at Bell Meadows Farm Miniature Donkeys.
Babies, babies everywhere! Bell Meadows Farm Miniature Donkeys has been delivering foals (babies) left and right. The second baby arrived on the farm 10 days after Marti's arrival and he's a beautiful, small baby boy.
Melanie Bell, co-owner of the farm with her husband Kevin, said in a Facebook post that the picture doesn't represent his true color because he isn't all cleaned up and dry yet. The pictures were posted to their Facebook page two hours after birth.
'He is nursing well and very spunky. He has a white blaze face with brown and gray spots.' Bell continued to 'paint the picture' of the furry bundle describing the color of his coat as frosted white with gray spots and brown face and ears.
She said that he will stay small...around 29 - 30 inches at the withers is her best guess and that he will make a beautiful herd sire. A herd sire is one of the most important decisions a breeder can make for it will determine most of the genetic components of the herd.
Lone Oak residents get to watch all the babies run around on the farm. Bell Meadows Farm Miniature Donkeys is located in the heart of Lone Oak, Kentucky. Mudpie was the foal's given after birth. The new owners have named him Sheldon.
After the babies are sold, Bell takes care of them until they're ready for their new home. What fun it will be getting to see the foals play in the field. Bell Meadows Farm is located on 3675 Lovelaceville Road in Paducah, Kentucky.