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If you saw one you probably wouldn't know it
Mules are the product of a male donkey and a female horse. On the flip side, a hinny is the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey. Hinnies aren’t nearly as common, but if you saw one...
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Mules are smart, loving, and will work hard for you
Mules are durable, versatile creatures that are used for packing, riding, and other chores on the farm. A mule has a donkey father and a horse mother, and you can spot one by the long ears and short...
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We've all heard the expression "stubborn as a mule," and for many of us, that alone is enough to know we would prefer a different species to have around. But given a chance, mules can...
What makes a mule Mules are the resulting product of a mare (female horse) and a jack (male donkey). In many ways, you get the best of both species. Mules are typically hardier, stronger, and...
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The key to taking out the stubbornness of your mule is to understand how they think
Radio interview source: Steve Edwards, Jr., 0wner, Queen Valley Mule Ranch Listen here for the radio story Mules have a bad reputation -- they're known for being stubborn. But once you...