See our donkeys at the Adamstown Community Church Live Nativity on December 20th from 6:00-8:00.
For directions: http://adamstownchurch.com/
Copper Star Miniature Donkeys
Going Against The Grain Since 2005
Welcome to Copper Star Miniature Donkeys
The miniature donkeys are raised by Emily Hoponick. Copper Star Farm's vision is to breed donkeys with correct conformation, various colors, sweet personalities, and a high pedigree. The Copper Star herd has moved and is now located in senic Fairfield, PA. You will not find a herd of such quality, conformation, and pedigree in the tri-state area. We specialize in donkeys with:
~Solid colors with impeccable conformation & high pedigree.
~Black nlp/lp donkeys with blue eye dilute gene.
~Red&White spot / Fully Frosted White / Red breeding program.
~We have started our super woolly breeding program.
~We have exotic colors such as black roan, B&W spot and Red&White spot.
~Forehead stars and blue eyes are prevalent in many of our breeding lines.
We are now located at the new farm in Faifield, PA right over the Emmitsburg, MD border.
We do "pasture breed" our donkeys.
Early Spring: March/ April / May
Copper Star Farm's MGFeltrinelli Editore "Pig Pen" Wooly Red & White Spot: Main Pasture
Donkette Korral's Red Rock: Selected Red based girls: Front Pasture
CSF Trojan Warrior: Select co-op breeding (Denali)
High Summer: June & July: Copper Star Farm Trojan Warrior, Black & White Spot with blue-eye dilute
Late Fall: August & September: Copper Star Farm's Spartan Warrior,
Black Roan with blue-eye dilute
Select Spring Breeding 2015 for 2016 foals
Ass-pirin Acres China Star x Donkette Korral Red Rock 2016 Foal
Hickory Hill Emilee Noel x Trojan Warrior 2016 Foal
The majority of our herd is open this year!
We do not have any standard jennets bred or for sale at this time. Carmen Miranda needs to mature. The jennets that were bred this year will go on rest through the winter and will be re-bred in the spring. The jennets at Copper Star Farm get 6 months off after weaning for recuperation and overall health. They are not bred every year. Please take that into consideration when buying one of our donkeys.
We get a foal every other year so that our donkeys are happy and healthy.
If you would like to come visit and to see our outstanding stock please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or give me a call at 301-452-1251.
Spring Foals will start arriving April 14, 2016.