You Can Do This KANE! Hanging with the Herd!

13-Dek, 2020
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  • What I was saying is watch your camera Them goats were trying to get a hold of it

    Melissa MattilaMelissa Mattila19 soat oldin
  • What’s the camera guys Them goats seem to like your camera

    Melissa MattilaMelissa Mattila19 soat oldin
  • I love your dog Bear! He's is so awesome and loving. He sure loves you!

    Lorraine SanchezLorraine Sanchez3 kun oldin
  • Great video. But who ever cut your hair DO NOT let them do it again🤪 lol

    Kenny FloydKenny Floyd4 kun oldin
  • Really going to get rid of what got you here aka goats

    Edgar RamirezEdgar Ramirez6 kun oldin
  • You could call Kane a Donkeyalo. He looks like his daddy could be a buffalo. Lol

    Colene RitchieColene Ritchie8 kun oldin
  • He is such a cute donkey

    O'Donnell's Aussie HomesteadO'Donnell's Aussie Homestead9 kun oldin
  • We have a chicken that's getting picked on by ducks Have to make another pen tomorrow

    Willow Mist FarmWillow Mist Farm9 kun oldin
  • Brandon is Frank friend friend friend friend friend in Roblox Isabella is a friend in Roblox

    Yonit FeldermanYonit Felderman17 kun oldin
  • new subsciber,just wondered how big the homestead is?What a great place to raise a family,love it

    don juwanndon juwann20 kun oldin
  • I think it is so sweet, all of the animals in the yard together. And they get along. It is so nice. Thank you.

    Pamela LeazerPamela Leazer20 kun oldin
  • Can I guess, you are going to get a couple of horses? Let me know if I'm right.

    Pamela LeazerPamela Leazer20 kun oldin
  • I love hearing the chickens,ducks and goats its background music

    Marvina BigbyMarvina Bigby22 kun oldin
  • Kane and his parents remind me of Festus and Ruth.

    Marvina BigbyMarvina Bigby22 kun oldin
  • Here is a nother way to holter brake a donkey or horse take a holter and holter the donkey and Drop the lead rope let drag the ground for a couple weeks

    Beans HighsmithBeans Highsmith26 kun oldin
  • I’m gonna miss whopper

    Juniorkalepo MunaJuniorkalepo Muna26 kun oldin
  • Firstly I absolutely love Bear, I love the way he looks at you with such sweet, innocent love and ADORATION! He is a wonderful dog indeed. Then there is sweet Kane! When you were commenting on his funny, cute hair and cowlick what I saw was how much his hair looks and grows on his face like a Guinea pig’s. I’ve never thought of a guinea pig before when looking at a donkey but there’s always a first and when you’re as cute as Kane it’s a solid blessing & compliment. Blessings on your farm, home & family for a very happy, healthy new year. ❤️🙏

    Mama VandeveerMama Vandeveer27 kun oldin
  • Holland loves your videos!RocK on!

    Snowy HoffaSnowy HoffaOy oldin
  • Daniel for your information, Bella in Philippines means Beautiful. Your number one fan from Down Under 🥰👍

    O'Donnell's Aussie HomesteadO'Donnell's Aussie HomesteadOy oldin
  • I love the goat whenever you were taking the halter off Kane. He tried to stick his head in the bag of treats.😂

    KPW OutdoorsKPW OutdoorsOy oldin
  • I don't imagine this family deals with a lot of stress.

    John DerflerJohn DerflerOy oldin
  • I halter break colts usually with calf slip not ropes to where the rope can tighten and get looser depending on whether their pulling back or not. They’ll eventually learn that when the pull Planck the halter tightens and it’s not comfortable but when they walk it way more comfortable cause it loosens. That works for me.

    Sean SullivanSean SullivanOy oldin
  • Pressure and release. As he moves even slightly just give a little release. Then as you apply pressure he learns if he moves forward he gets relief from the pressure.

    Pamela AmbersonPamela AmbersonOy oldin
  • Good morning from eastern North Carolina.

    cwebblocksmithcwebblocksmithOy oldin
  • Love the polka dot goat! I’m sure you will have Kane walking with halter before long. It takes work and patience to teach them who is boss.❤️

    Connie BennettConnie BennettOy oldin
  • Houstin, I would name your calf Smoke or maybe Stormy.

    Mark HolbrookMark HolbrookOy oldin
  • Don't pet the cows on top of their head, that is the area for fighting, challenging etc. Notice how whopper pulls away from that, Instead pet the side of their face. Odd bit of info from my Grandpa. Remember that from 50 years ago but not where I put my keys a hour ago.

    Roger FlaniganRoger FlaniganOy oldin
  • Daniel, my son calls it ”High and tight”.

    Joan LesterJoan LesterOy oldin
  • Kane is so cute! DJ, I’m so envious of you with your babies. I would love to have babies to love on, too.

    Joan LesterJoan LesterOy oldin
  • have you ever broke a bucket calf? breaking donkeys are the same way. AS SOON as kane takes even just a single step forward, you have to EMEDIATELY release the pressure. if and when he tries to back up against the pressure of the halter, reaply the pressure until he takes another step forward.

    myerswindyhillmyerswindyhillOy oldin
  • Put some lard on his forehead and make him look like one the actors from grease or have him look like alfalfa from the little rascals.

    Shawn FoxShawn FoxOy oldin
  • Do you have tasrt

    Nathaniel KleckerNathaniel KleckerOy oldin
  • Your kids went to be in 4her

    Nathaniel KleckerNathaniel KleckerOy oldin
  • Your animals are always so clean !

  • Don’t know whether it’s any help only just seen this post but are used to work donkeys on the beach obviously we also used to breed them because they were a piece of tourism but what we used to do is as soon as they were born we put a halter on them and left it on the head then when they were about two months old we check the sizing on it and put the next size up on and we would do that every 2 to 3 months check the size and as soon as they were about four months we used to start cooking them up and walking them round so that they would get used to being leg and we also used to put sandbag weights on their back so that they would know what having a different weight on their back would be like when they got older it’s well worth a try if freedom is used to a halter It may be worth taking them on the path and letting him follow his mum so that they’re both on a halter at the same time that way he may be more up for the challenge of being led on the halter good luck Forgot to say we always used to have ours with brow holders so that they went across the forehead as well different type of halter might help

    Tina Ellis-JeffriesTina Ellis-JeffriesOy oldin
  • Bear is such a sweety.

    Teressa IveyTeressa IveyOy oldin
  • I have trained many foals to lead, I like to have the butt rope and one around chest loose under neck, like a figure 8. You have more control, only work them 15min and leave on positive note. Love your channel.

    White Shoulders Boer GoatsWhite Shoulders Boer GoatsOy oldin
  • Love the baby donkey. Come spring/summer will you have like 6 month/9 month baby sweatshirts for donkey poodles?

    Brenda faith lane LaneBrenda faith lane LaneOy oldin
  • Precious little fur baby. So beautiful.

    Brenda faith lane LaneBrenda faith lane LaneOy oldin
  • Is it show cows

    daredog 1.0daredog 1.0Oy oldin
  • When you were talking to Bear face to face you said yah and then it looked like bear said yah back at you. Near the very end of video

    CherylCherylOy oldin
  • Me and my kids broke quite a few colts and horses in our day. Just a suggestion but we used to either lead or ride another horse and pony the colts behind the horse we were leading or riding. The babies would follow the other horses . Before u knew it they were halter broke to lead. So if any of ur other donkeys are halter broke u might try it. Just a suggestion.

    Reta ReynoldsReta ReynoldsOy oldin
  • I like when you just hang with the herd

    Linda GullageLinda GullageOy oldin
  • Poor bella

    Rosa LRosa LOy oldin
  • Remember to always lead from the left side. Kane will respond better if you're consistent.

    Tana PittsfordTana PittsfordOy oldin

    Terry MinnickTerry MinnickOy oldin
  • Are you getting horses? That would be awesome!

    Susie JacobsonSusie JacobsonOy oldin
  • Does Daniel have a mullet starting???????

    Mason EdwardsMason EdwardsOy oldin
  • where are our hats bud..

    Rendell NobleRendell NobleOy oldin
  • I am a horse person and if your baby donkey likes treats then every few steps give him a treat until he figures out that he can walk

    Kelsey RobinsonKelsey RobinsonOy oldin
  • Are you going to dip your toes into the Bison game?

    Jeffrey IsonJeffrey IsonOy oldin
  • Go slower with Kane. One person only working with him at first five minutes tops each time. Find his favorite treat and reward reward reward.

    Vicky SmithVicky SmithOy oldin
  • Bear is the neatest dog, I love him! He definitely has a sweet disposition and loves being with the family! Do you still have your Great Pyrenees? I know she's older but haven't seen her lately. Maybe Dusty has talked you into getting some bison! That would be a larger breed for sure! LOL...not!☺️ Maybe it's a couple for Emilee and one for Houston?!!!!🏇🏇

    Terri TNTerri TNOy oldin
  • Daniel!! I see you shaved the sides of your hair! Are you growin a Mullet?!? 🤣🤣🤣

    Aliesha WillettAliesha WillettOy oldin
  • Good bargain dad three weeks is enough to create a habit 😆

    Dianna ClarkeDianna ClarkeOy oldin
  • You need a Bear shirt! ☺️

    Bee TeeBee TeeOy oldin
  • pg-13 ver

    Ron SmithRon SmithOy oldin
  • My favorite is Bear, the mini donkeys, and whopper!

    Stacey GandyStacey GandyOy oldin
  • Release the pressure on his face more. You are using a rope halter. Those 4 knots put a lot of pressure on his little face. Rope halters hit a lit of pressure points. They are great for training but be mindful of the constant pressure. ;) when he takes a step release pressure as a reward. Donkeys think different then horses. Its on there terms. .

    Kelly KelvinKelly KelvinOy oldin
  • Uh oh! Y'all beating Chip to camels?

    Hidden Oaks HomesteadHidden Oaks HomesteadOy oldin
  • I will miss the goats. That is what brought me to your channel. But it is your homestead not mine. And God keeps Blessing you no matter what you do. Thank you for all the information you provided.

    Christine ConiglioChristine ConiglioOy oldin
  • Thank you

    Jebson AddyJebson AddyOy oldin
  • You know Cane really looks like a Woolly Manmoth with all that hair in front he is so darn cute.❤❤🐕

    Carol SchwindCarol SchwindOy oldin
  • Hey, Awesome video! Just a small tip. Never lead a horse or any other animal by looking at them. When you want them to follow, just keep some pressure on the lead rope and keep your back to them. They will eventually figure it out and follow. Could take some time.... Good luck!

    R&K FamilyR&K FamilyOy oldin
  • leave that halter on him and let him get used to it first. and I suggest you watch some Natural horse training videos on how they halter break those wild horses from out west. The other thing you can do is clicker training

    S. WoodsS. WoodsOy oldin
  • Pretty Good there lil Kane! Thanks y'all! 👍

    Leah MeyerLeah MeyerOy oldin
  • I think it’s a horse he said four and there is four of them

    Nate B 111Nate B 111Oy oldin
  • Bear sure is a fine fine Dog.....Thanks u'all's....

    steve shoemakersteve shoemakerOy oldin
  • Make sure not to reward the wrong behavior. Take him for a few steps, *you* stop him, then love on him. Rinse and repeat. Don't reward him with loving when he acts up. Give him a moment to settle (ignore him), then repeat the above steps but not for a long time. You can do it a few times a day, if you choose. I also used a longer lead line with my foals and calves as this eventually encourages distance between you and them as you lengthen the line so you don't have them breathing down your neck. Getting them to follow when they aren't in your back pocket can be just as challenging once they see there's distance between you and them. It takes persistence and consistency. Good luck and stay safe! 😊

    Kelly LeaKelly LeaOy oldin
  • I have to say he's the nicest looking donkling I have ever seen.

    MétéoManMétéoManOy oldin
  • Giraffe for canopy management.

    Jeremy SmithJeremy SmithOy oldin
  • I love whoppers eyes. I could see into his soul.

    Sharon SiebertSharon SiebertOy oldin
  • 🐎🐎🐎

    James WalkerJames WalkerOy oldin
  • I thought I noticed mullet in last vid Daniel but I thought he wouldn't have mullet 🤔 would he 😂😂 👌🏻

    James WalkerJames WalkerOy oldin
  • Could you tell us again please, what kind of dog is Bear

    Shirley WickershamShirley WickershamOy oldin
  • I bet it's horses?, That would be cool. Stay safe and lots of 💙🙏 from central Wisconsin

    Vicky JohnsonVicky JohnsonOy oldin
  • My name is Kane too

    K KimbleK KimbleOy oldin
  • Tie the rope to another animal that is Holter broken the animal will break them for you

    Tucker GileTucker GileOy oldin
  • ❤️👵🏻❤️

    Bobbie MooserBobbie MooserOy oldin
  • You should sell Kane to flair

    Melinda StojanikMelinda StojanikOy oldin
  • 😂 Kane is like ; I’ll show you leading. 👍

    snapstringsnapstringOy oldin
  • This is one stubborn little donkey! Hilarious keep them coming Daniel & DJ :)

    Wendy HWendy HOy oldin
  • You should halter-train the crias as well (the baby donkey-poodles are called crias)

    LiLSuzQ32LiLSuzQ32Oy oldin
  • It’s a horse I swear it’s a horse!!!!!!

    Leo VyvyanLeo VyvyanOy oldin
  • Love your family. Love all your animals ❤

    Brenda SniderBrenda SniderOy oldin

  • What happened to nick

    Tristan HernandezTristan HernandezOy oldin
  • just a haircut, says it likes he means it.

    Annie OakleyAnnie OakleyOy oldin
  • Your dog is hilarious. He's been eating a lot of grain lately.

    Pat CPat COy oldin
  • Kickin' it with Kane!

    Curtis EpCurtis EpOy oldin
  • Are we growing a mullet?

    ErikErikOy oldin
  • He's got a Big Joe hair doo! There a club now.

    Denise HicksDenise HicksOy oldin
  • Houston is scaring the poop out of the baby donkey ,but Kane love's you very much, as do the rest of the animals and your hair looks nice

    Paula JonesPaula JonesOy oldin
  • Apply pressure for direction and release is the reward. I’m talking seconds. He takes one step forward release. Pressure 2 steps release. Praise and love sells it.

    Lisa BrownLisa BrownOy oldin
  • Love Kane! I would be hugging on him too! ❤

    Denise NavaraDenise NavaraOy oldin
  • Houston, you're getting tall!

    Donna AlfordDonna AlfordOy oldin
  • I think we need a donkey!

    Rafter A HomesteadingRafter A HomesteadingOy oldin
  • Horses,,,,,,?.. Sheep... lamb is yummy

    Daisy KennedyDaisy KennedyOy oldin
  • Why don't you put the dogs up while you're working with some of the animals? Seems like it would be less of a distraction.

    Judy LawsonJudy LawsonOy oldin
  • Nice job Huston. Can’t believe how tall your getting.🤗🤗 ps,, umm that’s not a mullet. Lol 😂

    Daisy KennedyDaisy KennedyOy oldin