Steve Edwards - Mule Trainer | Featured Article on Rural Heritage

Steve Edwards – Mule Trainer | Featured Article on Rural Heritage

I’ve been in the mule training business for quite some time but I know there are many folks out there that don’t know my story. Rural Heritage featured me in their publication in 2012 and they shared my story of how I got into the mule training business. If you are interested reading more about my background and see where my passion for mules and donkeys started, this is a great read.

I’ve been in the mule training business for quite some time, but I know there are many folks out there that don’t know my story. Rural Heritage featured me in their publication in 2012 and they shared my story of how I got into the mule training business. I must say, folks, it’s humbling to read this article and reminiscing the journey I’ve been through.

If you are interested in reading more about my background to see where my passion for mules and donkeys started, this is a great read.

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