George has been wearing this grazing muzzle for two summers.
It is held together with duct tape.
Alan has been wearing his grazing muzzle for two summers as well.
It is held together with electrical tape.
Lucy has been wearing this grazing muzzle for three and a half summers.
Though made of what appears to be the same stuff as my truck tires,
she has worn the bottom to a micro-thin layer.
Never underestimate the power of a donkey to destroy a grazing muzzle.
I'm convinced that they're convinced if they shred them to bits,
they won't have to wear them anymore. Silly them.
I purchased spare muzzles at the end of last summer just in case
and found sheepskin scraps on eBay to make extra liners.
Have I mentioned how frugal I can be?
I'm thinking my liners are going to outlast the purchased set,
and I saved 81% by going the d-i-y route.
I didn't even swear too much making them.
Smooch: I've always wondered how I'd look with black hair.
Me: It's not a toupee. Forget about it.
The new muzzles and liners looked pristine for less than five minutes.
Lucy, George and Alan proceeded to the pasture to pout...
...and contemplate new ways to destroy them, including but not limited to bulldozing.