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The mule is a hybrid having for sire a jackass or male ass, known termed a jack, and a mare for dam. If, however, a stallion can be bred to a she-ass which in the United States (US) is called a "jennet", in England a jenny, the end result is a hybrid known as a hinny.
It seems to be a well established fact that no special distinction with respect to appearance or conformation can be made between mules and hinnies, reason being in both of these hybrids of both sexes, the proportional resemblance to the horse and ass is of infinite variety.
Mares are usually grow taller than jennets, hence the mules as a rule are of a greater height when compared to hinnies, which appears to be the one and only difference between these two hybrids.
Prices of really desirable mules are now high. If you have a good one, take good care of him. Protect his health, lengthen his life. If you must buy, be sure that you get a sound animal which will serve you long and faithfully.
The Benefits Of Raising Mules...
Owning a mule teaches you to be responsible. You will need to feed it on regular bases, you have to bath it and make sure it gets enough exercise. This is great for kids as they grow learning to be responsible.
Having a Mule gives you a sense of satisfaction by knowing you are taking really good care of your mule and is aways in a great condition. This also beings a sense of great achievement.
There some social benefits of being a mule owner especially when you living alone. You take a ride to see the country side and can also attend literally thousands of clubs across the country and meet with other mule owners.
When living in a busy world you need ways to de-stress everyday and what better way can you do that then riding on your mule. Equine activities may provide exercise, again highlighting the potential for equine activities to reduce stress which is important for our physical beings.
Mules are sure-footed, agile, and curious, with naturally rock-crunching strong feet that rarely need shoeing. They have bigger stamina and endurance, and do not require to eat or drink as much as horses. Their bodies better deal with higher temperatures as well.
Being a mule owner teaches you to be patient, subtly, and will improve your horsemanship skills, because if they don't believe in you, then they won’t be interested in anything you have to say.
Mules high hybrid vigour means they are usually healthier than their parents plus their self-preservation means they’re less likely to hurt themselves in the field. They are very entertaining and are great levellers.
As you see there are lots of benefits as to why one would want to raise their own mule. When done right raising a mule can be very rewarding. But it is very important that you know what you are doing when starting out because you can easily make costly mistakes.
Weather you want to learn how to raise a mule or just want to master the art of training a mule, having the correct information is needed to start your new hobby. Without information we would all be floundering in the dark. Knowing where and how to start with raising a mule will prevent your dream from becoming a disaster, so keep on reading...
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How To Raise Mules
It is always a good feeling to be a mule owner but as long as you know what your responsibilities are. They are a lot of benefits on being a mule owner although they are a lot of expenses that come with owning a mule as well.
Mules are known to be bred for three basic tasks, which are pack work, draft work plus riding. The amount of work the animal can do varies with each single role. The largest mules bred, certain crosses between Poitou and dray mares donkeys, stood between 17 and 17.5 hands high and they were favored for riding.
Harnessed for draft work, the mule is not at its best before the plow, and the slow labor of agriculture in very hot countries, that is more satisfactorily done by oxen. Teams of mules, however, are efficient wagon livestock and have been used to haul loads everywhere from the snows of Antarctica to the superheated desert of the Death Valley.
One of the most favorable qualities characteristic of the mule is its fast power of recovery after strenuous effort. If a day’s work has pushed it close to the limit of its daily strength, one night’s rest seems to restore it completely and morning finds it ready to take another day’s labor.
In this respect the mule is a bit different from the horse. The mule’s advantage lies in its disproportionate great strength, a strength that is found in the anatomy of its hindquarters. This muscular development of the mule is of much bigger practical value than show-ring conformation of shoulders and withers.
"How To Raise Mules" is a complete ebook that will guide you on how to raise a healthy mules all the way to training your mule even if your an absolute beginner.
In detail you will learn:
The Origins Of Mules
How To Select The Right Mule
The Various Colors And Markings
Tips On Buying A Mule
Steps To Showing A Mule
Stable Buildings And Fences
How To Care For The Foal
How And What To Feed Your Mule
How To Groom Your Mule
How To Care For The Feet
Beginning Mule Training
Training the Mule to Know Voice Commands
How to Get Your Mule to Obey You
How to Lead Train Your Mule
Teaching Your Mule Longer Sliding Stops
Loading Your Mule Onto A Trailer
How To Care For Your Mule
Mule Diseases, Parasites And Treatment
It's All About Raising Mules
You should understand that mules are not all the same. Some will let you get on and you can ride them easily while others are so green that you could get hurt if you have little or no riding experience.
The mules that will let just about anyone on and ride are usually the older mules. Because they have been ridden the most they will be the most forgiving of the mistakes that a beginning rider can make.
The younger mules are a lot tougher to ride unless they have been completely broke. So it is very important that you know what you are doing as a mule owner and that's where this guide comes in handy.
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Detailed Guide #1
Mule Feeding And Equipment
Mules usually need nutritious food regularly to be healthy, happy and contended.
A diet that is high in energy, low in fiber and supplemented with ample of protein is considered ideal and wholesome to ensure the upward and steady growth of a Mule.
A mule can not be called a Mule unless it loves its food. Its feeding habits are characterized with rooting and pleading for more food and eating food with a great gusto and relish.
However, in spite of your mule being constantly obsessed with the idea of eating food, it does not mean you submit to its obsession.
There is a specific and regulated pattern of feeding and eating habits for your Mule and before you give your mule that extra morsel of food, ponder again!
With this ebook you will discover:
Healthy Mule Feeding
Mule Natural Diet
Organic Mule Feed
Mule Feeding Chart
Mule Feeding Equipment
This is a must have guide for every farmer who wants to proper feed his mule, its a complete ebook to raising a healthy mule that will ensure that you feed your mule the right nutrients from a young age.
Detailed Guide #2
Mule Housing And Stable Building
When just beginning in raising a mule the first thing you have to prepare is land and housing.
Raising a mule requires you to build a proper house for them. The housing provides the mules with shade from the hot sun and keeps them warm in the winter.
A mule house can be designed using wire, fencing hardware and hay. And house should be well ventilated as well and be kept clean.
Believe it or not but mules are clean animals and don't like to defecate their own pens but that doesn't mean you can't help them out.
With this ebook will discover:
Mule Housing Requirements
Mule Odor Control
Mule Housing Types (with measurements)
Mule Housing Systems
Mule House Equipment
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When an experienced mule owner starts having problems with their mules, they will look for answers and ask questions. One of the first places they look is in books. When the author of the book explains a training technique, the new mule owner assumes it is the same technique used by all mule trainers.
After trying the technique and the new mule owner can’t train their mule, then they tend to think they have a dumb mule or a mule that can’t be trained. Usually there is more than one way to train a mule.
So if you are using one technique that doesn’t seem to be working, then you will need to try something else. Usually by finding a book or video created by a different trainer the methods they use will be different than the methods you are trying. This ebook cover all you need in owning a mule.
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As a new mule owner if you ride your mule when you have little or no experience of mulemanship, will do more harm than good.
Many new mule owners will ride their mule with no mule-riding training or skills. Mules react to leg pressure, how you sit in the saddle, whether or not the rider is tense and several other signals, so it is important that you have an understanding of riding procedures.
If you want to be successful with your mule, you need to have an understanding about him. If you don’t know how to ride, it is best if you take riding lessons and learn how to ride before you ride your mule. You also need to learn how mules think, the best way to shape a mule’s behavior, and consistently ride your mule for a good mule.
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P.S. You should try your best to send the message across to your mule on what he/she is allowed to do and not do when you are training him. This can be done by you rewarding the good things your mule does and punishing the bad.
P.P.S. Naturally a mule wants a leader to show them how things are and what to do. It is all part of being a herd animal. So it goes without saying, that you are the one to be the leader in this scenario. A mule will think of you as a leader out of fear or respect. However you want lead by earning the respect of your mule through your interactions and relationship.
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Mules are large and sometimes belligerent livestock. If you have no prior livestock handling experience, you may underestimate the difficulty in raising these domestic animals, but once you get used to a Mule, it can be easy.
How Much Does It Cost To Raise A Mule?
The costs of raising a mule depends on the number of livestock you want to raise. But one thing for sure you have to prepare money to build shelter and buy feed for your mule.
Is Raising A Mule A Good Investment?
When done right, having a mule is definitely a good investment. Like other forms of livestock farming, mule production involves substantial capital investment and some risks. Raising a mule successfully also requires daily attention.