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Miniature Mare for Sale in Shiocton, WI
Pip and Peanut are two AMHR registered minis. They are both technically buckskin pinto, Pip is the lighter one. Pip is a 2009 baby and Peanut is a 2011 baby. I'm posting them together as they have been together for (at least Peanut's) whole life and are very close...I would like to see them go to the same home. They are both lovable and sweet and would make great companions as they have for my QH for 4 years. Otherwise they could be used for breeding or could learn driving. Email me for more: firstname.lastname@example.org
About Shiocton, WI
In the Menominee language, this place is known as Māēnomehsāyak, "wild rice along the banks". The name refers to the wild rice which is a traditional staple of the diets of many Native Americans living in the area, particularly the Menominee, whose name in English is ultimately from an Ojibwe word meaning "people of the wild rice". The Menominee ceded this territory to the United States in the 1836 Treaty of the Cedars, after years of negotiations about how to accommodate the Oneida, Stockbridge-Munsee, and Brothertown peoples who were being removed from New York to Wisconsin. In English, Shiocton was originally named Jordan's Landing, or Jordanville, likely attributable to Woodford D. Jordan, one of the two first white settlers of the area.