MULES FOR SALE: Where do we get our mules? Often people stop and ask us on the trail/camping or contact us after seeing our family friendly website to tell us about mules. Several individuals have contacted us and asked us because they were interested in us purchasing their mules because they were no longer able to ride. Owners like knowing we try to find great homes for the mules we have. We have purchased two mules at a sale locally. We were very fortunate with both mules. We rather buy from individuals. If you are flying in or driving a long distance please notify us days in advance! We will make plans to be available since we both work public jobs. We want to show any mule you are interested in as well as allow plenty of time for you to trail ride the mule. We would also like time to show you some local sites and swap mule tales! The mule(s) you are traveling to see will NOT be sold before you arrive, guarantee. We do ship mules and will gladly get you a quote if needed. Motels/hotels are available within 15-20 miles of our farm. http://hotelguides.com/north-carolina/jonesville-nc-hotels.html We do carry extra tack and saddles. We will be glad to outfit your new mule for you...just ask! We also have a tack store with 7 miles that carries everything you could possibly need for your equine. Please scroll to the bottom of the page for additional pictures of each mule for sale. Thank you for visiting our site. Call or email us if you have any questions. Contact information can be found on our home page.
Coming SOON........................... We have several new mules that we are currently riding and spending time handling. We like to completely evaluate them and spend time riding, camping, grooming and just doing an overall evaluation of them before we put them on-line. We want to know the animal before we advertise/represent them.
Molly mule - champagne color, gold eyes (very eye catching); 9 YO, 14.2 hands Stood quiet for farrier; trimmed mane with ease with clippers; have ridden her here at home and she is slow and steady; loves attention' Molly mule - bay, 6YO, 14.2 hands Nervous at first of clippers, but once she let me start she stood quiet; ridden in round pen only so far; Molly mule - bay, 10YO, 14.3 hands Natural gait; trail ridden only; stands for farrier; stands quiet for clippers; stands quiet to saddle; forward walk; was stand offish when we first got her but quickly coming around to being a very loving mule. John mule - appaloosa 7YO, 15.1 hands Loves people; stands to trim mane quietly; stood quiet for farrier;
Crow $1,200 Crow is a 5 YO john mule, 13.2 hands. He has lots trail riding experience at Love Valley. He has also been camped with. He does great on the trail and will go anywhere you ask. We ran into bicycles on the trail at Uwharrie and he did not mind them. We rode by them and they rode by us with lots of conversation and bragging about the mules. He is a smooth walker, stands to get on and does not mind dogs.