the best burrito

  • Added:  1 month ago
  • A baby burro relaxing at The Field Lab. This little guy is about two months old. It has been my observation that there are 2 herds of wild burros making their way around Terlingua Ranch...and they are both growing quickly. It seems every time one of the herds comes to TFL, there is a new "burrito" or a pregnant mom about to pop. News Theme by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license ( Artist: . Ukulele Beach by Doug Maxwell used by permission from YouTube Audio Library. Burrito image purchased from
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  • Runtime: 1:19
  • Tags for this video:  Premiere_Elements_15  John Wells  The Field Lab  Terlingua  The Big Bend  living off the grid  wild burros  baby burro  the best burrito  Canon T3i  

Comments: 24

  • village oil
    village oil 24 days ago

    when you try to share this video a plate of food shows up (burrito). waaah

  • Alice Fly
    Alice Fly 1 month ago

    This made my day!

  • OmyRocks!
    OmyRocks! 1 month ago

    Nice video :)))

  • Sam Finn
    Sam Finn 1 month ago

    Beautiful burro.  Can't help but wonder how the goats are doing?  Especially the little fence buster.

    • Sam Finn
      Sam Finn 1 month ago

      That is sad news all around.  Too bad the little goat and the owners wouldn't listen to you.  There was a "farmer" here that had too many cows in a grassless field with a dried up water pond.  After a long dry spell the neighbors said the cattle were balling at night for water.  My Dad to his great credit called the authorities (state police I think) and the farmer had a water tank delivered the next day. Shortly there after the cattle were gone.  Sometimes action is needed.

    • TheFieldLab
      TheFieldLab 1 month ago

      I have no idea what is happening in Goat Town - the owners took me off the job months ago when I complained too much about their living conditions - and that they needed a lot more room to roam. They went back to having their own people check on the goats and told me they were going to scale the operation way back once I figured out how underfed they were. It was going to cost over $2000 per month to keep a little over 100 goats properly nourished, especially since the goats had eliminated all the vegetation in their 2 acre pen . Unfortunately, the little fence buster got killed by a coyote the 10th time he got stuck.

  • alison taub
    alison taub 1 month ago

    That burrito was better than I was expecting. Love your animal videos.

  • lawrence Conn
    lawrence Conn 1 month ago

    why is a burrito (food) called a burrito anyway

    • lawrence Conn
      lawrence Conn 1 month ago

      Thanks! TheFieldLab

    • TheFieldLab
      TheFieldLab 1 month ago

      ...because it is shaped like a burro's ear or possibly derives from the appearance of bedrolls and packs that donkeys carried.

  • M.C. Wright
    M.C. Wright 1 month ago


  • Michael Williams
    Michael Williams 1 month ago

    was expecting burrito
    got burrito instead
    A+++ would consume again

  • Clara Danes
    Clara Danes 1 month ago

    That is one fuzzy burrito!

    SOLAR FARMER Power 1 month ago

    lol..cute little...burrito

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  • adam mac
    adam mac 1 month ago

    I can hear Gordon Ramsay now,

  • Allison Dunn
    Allison Dunn 1 month ago

    very funny, I love it! 😃 I am hungry for a burrito now though!!

  • Nightcore Prototype Zero

    click bait lol, best video to click

  • Cronibet GD
    Cronibet GD 1 month ago


  • AUT gaMer
    AUT gaMer 1 month ago

    S C A M E R Z

  • Alfonso Magallon
    Alfonso Magallon 1 month ago


  • Christine Houde
    Christine Houde 1 month ago

    This burrito is a delicious break in my day!

  • Keep The Faith
    Keep The Faith 1 month ago

    good looking Burrito!

  • Matej Anger
    Matej Anger 1 month ago

    your videos are so relaxing! ! big like

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