Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

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Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby Kiamiachi Outfitters » Mon Nov 17, 2008 1:16 am

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1. Shug $1200 Broke to work Single or Double Traffic Safe Been Rode 10 times Rides good but green broke 14.1 hands tall 2-years old

2. Broke to ride and work 15.2 hands 2-years old Been riding hog hunting $1200

3. Mare Mule broke to work or ride 3-years old really easy to handle and bomb proof $2250 15.3 hands tall

4. John Mule- broke to ride been hunted on 2-years old 14.3 hands tall $1500

5. John Mule- 2-years old been riding him for about 2 weeks breast collar rubbed the hair off of his shoulders well started 14.3 hands tall $800

6. Mare Mule- 15 hands tall 2-years old just brought her in and started groundwork $800

7. 2-years old John Mule really broke kids been riding him hunting alot 14.1 hands tall $1650

8. J.J.- 3 year old John mule 14.2 hands absolutely bomb proof probably the very best mule I ever owned $3500

9. 2 year old Mare Mule just started well been rode a few times 14.3 hands $900

10. 2 year old John mule just brought him up and started groundwork 14 hands real heavy made gonna be a very nice mule $800

11. 2 year old John Mule just got him up and started groundwork 15 hands tall $750

12. Kate- 5 year old Mare been riding her hunting for about a year really nice mule 14.1 hands $2000



:arrow: :arrow: WE KEEP ALL TYPES OF MULES ON HAND. ALOT OF PEOPLE HAVE CALLED AND ASKED IF WE RAISE THEM. WE DON'T. WE BUY THEM AS YEARLINGS AT BREEDER SALES IN TENNESEE AND KENTUCKY. ALL THE MULES WE KEEP AND START WILL BE SOUND, EASY TO CATCH, AND EASY TO HANDLE. WE DON'T WASTE TIME ON MULES WITH PROBLEMS OR MULES THAT SOMEONE ELSE HAS STARTED. :)
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Postby matt_aggie04 » Tue Nov 18, 2008 4:47 pm

Really nice looking mules!! Where are you located at?

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Postby Kiamiachi Outfitters » Tue Nov 18, 2008 4:51 pm

mcCurtain ok
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Postby BEARCLAW » Tue Nov 18, 2008 8:55 pm

THOSE ARE SOME GOOD LOOKING MULES. I LIKE SEVEN, EIGHT, NINE AND TWELVE.
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Postby Kiamiachi Outfitters » Wed Nov 19, 2008 12:34 am

It's easy to see that you have a eye for quality mules. Since you picked the best mules out. The only difference in the mules you picked and the colts is we have had them mules up in the barn, feeding and riding them steadily. We have about 200 acres we run our mule colts on, and as we sell the older mules, we bring a few more to the barn and start working with them. We have kept JJ. (#8) and Kate (#12) around to break new mules with, and to trash break dogs with, also. But, it has created a problem for our young mules. It's too easy to catch and ride the older mules and neglect the younger ones, so we decided to sell them. So, we will either--ride the young ones or walk. We are not about to walk.
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Postby Brian Neuner » Fri Dec 19, 2008 8:08 am

Wish I had room for one of them 7, 8, and 12 are nice looking mules. good luck with them.
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Re: Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby bob baldwin jr » Sun Jan 04, 2009 7:22 pm

What is your pricing on them argument
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Re: Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby hokieman » Sat Jan 10, 2009 6:05 pm

Can them mules carry 500lbs or more?
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Re: Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby Machias » Mon Jan 12, 2009 3:31 am

No, none of them should carry that much weight. In reality only the five year old should be doing any regular riding, IMO. Mules develop mentally and physcially much slower then a horse. The 2 year olds should never be carrying a rider, IMO. The 2 and 3 year olds should just be learning to handle things in the woods and maybe a light pack saddle for short easy trips. Once they hit four years old then they can start carrying a rider and handling more difficult trails. Their knees are not fully developed at 2 and 3 years old. At 5 years old mules can handle pretty much whatever you throw at them physically. Most muleskinners will tell you a mule shouldn't be born until they are 8. Mentally that is when they really start maturing. Mules typically live 15 years or so longer then a horse, 35 to 40 years old is not unheard of, there's no rush. Personally I wouldn't even consider buying a mule that was broke to ride at 2. That's just future lamness issues waiting to happen, IMO.
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Re: Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby redman555 » Wed Aug 21, 2013 3:41 pm

Could you please post # so I can call you on your mules
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Re: Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby mulehound » Thu Aug 22, 2013 4:00 pm

Very sound advice on when to start a mule. I have been looking for a mule for six months, just picked one up last week or I think I would be headed your way.
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Re: Hunting Mules For Sale (Pictures)

Postby mulehound » Thu Aug 22, 2013 4:02 pm

Guess I should look at dates before I run off at the keyboard.
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