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"Mule" Article -- Table of Contents

Part 1.
The Mule. Breeding of Mules.

Part 2. Characteristics of Mules.

Part 3. Mules in Europe, Asia, America, France, UK

Part 4. Mules in the Army. Military Uses of Mules.




The above article was written by: George Fleming, C.B., LL.D., F.R.C.V.S.; Principal Vet. Surg. of Army, 1883-90; served in the Crimea, China, Egypt, and Syria; author of Travels on Horseback in Manchu Tartary, and Animal Plagues: their History, Nature, and Prevention.






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The Natural Superiority of Mules

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It all starts at birth: Baby mules are just a bit more precocious than other equine creatures. Of course, the most obvious physical advantage of the mule is those magnificent ears! The Natural Superiority of Mules is a collection of essays, articles, and stories in celebration of all the unique qualities of these remarkable hybrids. Full-color photographs accompanying the articles illustrate the grace, strength, agility, and especially, the lovely long ears of these fantastic and fascinating creatures.

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John Hauer and his wife, Sena, buy, sell, raise, and ride mules at their Back Country Mules ranch on the banks of the Colorado River, north of Moab, Utah.


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