Welcome to our website! We are dedicated to breeding, raising, and selling quality, registered miniature donkeys here in the beautiful foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in Landrum, South Carolina. If you are interested in purchasing a donkey, please check our for sale page for what we have available now. We may also be willing to part with a donkey that is not listed for sale, so please inquire if you are interested.
We are convinced that few things in life can bring more joy than the love and friendship of a donkey and we feel very blessed to share our lives with these gentle, loving creatures.
Reserve Your Longear Today!
Reserve your sweet longear today! If you are looking for a donkey, please check our For Sale page to see what we have available right now. If you don't see what you are looking for, please contact us as we may be willing to sell one of our unlisted donkeys, or we may be able to help you find exactly what you are looking for from some of our other trusted breeder friends.
Please bookmark our page and check back often for new foal arrivals as well as others for sale.
Waldfriede Farm Winter 2009-2010
We would like to thank all of the wonderful people we have shared the "donkey experience" with. Thanks to all of you who have purchased from us, we hope that you are continuing to fall deeper in love with your donkey(s) with every new day!
We especially extend our gratitude to those who have helped us to care for our herd with their advice, expertise and experience including some amazing veterinarians, Dr. Sean Eastman & Dr. Bibi Freer, our patient and caring farrier, Calvin Halford and all of our fellow donkey breeding friends, especially Lori Wargo at Cabinwood Farm in OH and Connie Bonczek at Furball Acres in SC. Each one of you has made it possible for us to do what we do here at Waldfriede Farm, and we thank you for it.
The Donkey.... though considered one of the lowliest of animals, has the honor of carrying.... Mary - expectant and weary - to Bethlehem... baby Jesus, in the arms of Mary, to safety in Egypt... and later the King of Kings, through the gates of Jerusalem.
Is it any wonder that the donkey carries that cross permanently on its back?