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  1. Moses Sheku
    May 29, 2022 @ 9:55 am

    Thanks a lot for effort for educating us.


  2. Jonathan
    July 23, 2023 @ 8:00 am

    Hi there, my wife likes horses and I like mules. She has a mustang mare, about 15 hands and really docile (towards us at least), and really stocky and sturdy. I’ve thought about purchasing jack seven (possibly mammoth) to produce a good saddle mule. I don’t have any experience breeding, so I was wondering what sort of jack you would breed our mare to in order to produce a good saddle mule?


    • Meredith
      August 11, 2023 @ 12:45 pm

      I would not try to do the breeding yourself. I prefer to use a Large Standard Jack for a more refined-boned saddle mule. M Mammoth Jack cross would add thickness of bone which is great for pack mules, but doesn’t lend itself well to as much agility. I would recommend contacting Tabitha Holland in Oklahoma. She has a First Class Jack named “Clyde’s Gallant Fox.” His offspring are superb! Also, I would not recommend breeding during this time of the year. The foal resulting would not have enough growth to make it through the winter as easily as it would if you breed in the early spring (March – May).


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