Over the course of my professional career as a mule and donkey trainer, I’ve had the privilege of contributing to many fine publications. I always enjoy sharing my knowledge about mules and donkeys with as many people as I can. Back in 2013, I was featured in Ohio’s Country Journal where I got to share some of my expertise with Kim Lemmon. During that time, Kim was very much interested in the mule and was soaking in all the knowledge she could by attending many shows and training events but did not own a mule herself. I had the privilege of meeting her at an Ohio clinic; I was teaching mule enthusiasts how to properly communicate with their equine. This was a great opportunity for her to learn more about whether or not she should own a mule one day.
Through our conversations, she was able to put together this great article about the pros and cons of owning a mule and whether one should consider owning a mule. I truly enjoyed my time speaking with her and attending the Ohio clinic. Although this article was written in 2013, it is full of great information. I highly recommend you read it, especially if you are on the fence about owning a new mule. Click on the button below to read the article.
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