Donkeys and mules are often known for their extremely tough and hard hooves. In fact, it is this very wonderful characteristic that can get them into a world of trouble! Because of their strong hooves, the notion that hoof care in the mule and donkey world is not as critical as it is in the […]
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Ever heard that mules and donkeys have tough hoofs and need no shoes or trimming? I have and many people I talk to have also heard this. When I purchased my first mule, I was actually told they needed very little care, that they eat very little food, drank very little water and did not […]
Your halter provides you the communication you need to get your mule to listen. Learn how to properly install the halter so your mule responds to your commands.
A mule that’s easy to catch on HIS rules is not seeing you as the leader. You want to turn the tables and make him easy to catch on YOUR rules. This video will show you just how to do that.
When training your mule, you want him to respond to the lead rope. In this video, Steve Edwards shows you how to use the lead rope to establish leadership.
There is only one thing that matters when it comes to your bit: is it good for the mule? In this short video, Steve Edwards of Queen Valley Mule Ranch shows you what to look for in a bit
If you are having issues with your mules saddle, you may be placing it incorrectly. In this video, Steve Edwards shares the right way to place your saddle.
If you are ready to buy a mule you may be wondering what to look for. In this video, Steve Edwards shares some tips on what to look for when buying a mule.
When you communicate with your mule it’s important that you have the proper bitt to do the proper job. In this video, Steve Edwards shows you how one works.
Anybody can make a mules feet move because it’s natural for them to do it, but to get them to make their feet stand still, that’s more of a challenge. In this video, Steve Edwards demonstrates how you can teach your mule to learn when to stand still with or without a lead rope.
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Queen Valley Mule Ranch
1855 W Running Deer
Queen Valley, AZ 85118
- The Skinny on Mule and Donkey Hoof Care – Contracted HeelsSeptember 6, 2017 - 12:00 pm
- The Skinny on Mule and Donkey Hoof Care – CracksSeptember 4, 2017 - 12:00 pm
- Properly Installing a HalterAugust 24, 2017 - 10:00 am
- Catching Your Mule on Your TermsMay 11, 2017 - 12:00 pm
- The Halter and the Lead Rope Working TogetherMay 10, 2017 - 12:00 pm
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