Horses for Sale near Wakefield, MI

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Appendix - Horse for Sale in Hurley, WI 54534
Appendix Mare
Georgia is bred well top and bottom, and she shows a lot of natural potenti..
Hurley, Wisconsin
Bay
Appendix
Mare
10
Hurley, WI
WI
$1,950
Quarter Horse - Horse for Sale in Hurley, WI 54534
Quarter Horse Gelding
This guy is as quiet,easy, and naturally talented as they come. His sire, A..
Hurley, Wisconsin
Chestnut
Quarter Horse
Gelding
10
Hurley, WI
WI
$7
Appendix - Horse for Sale in Hurley, WI 54534
Appendix Gelding
Danny is an eye-catching 17h gelding by BMQ Legacy and out of the TB mare, ..
Hurley, Wisconsin
Bay
Appendix
Gelding
11
Hurley, WI
WI
$40,000
Miniature Stallion
Napoleon is a great little grey miniature horse. Sire has papers and dams ..
Hurley, Wisconsin
Miniature
Stallion
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Hurley, WI
WI
$500
Quarter Horse Stallion
Little Guy is very curious 9 year old gelding. He stands about 15. 3 hand..
Hurley, Wisconsin
Red Roan
Quarter Horse
Stallion
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Hurley, WI
WI
$15,000
Appaloosa Mare
Stars Mystique is a great trail horse, she has good ground manners and wil..
Bruce Crossing, Michigan
Bay
Appaloosa
Mare
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Bruce Crossing, MI
MI
$1,100
Quarter Horse Mare
Real cute and friendly mare. Has a baby doll head and gorgeous confirmation..
Ironwood, Michigan
Brown
Quarter Horse
Mare
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Ironwood, MI
MI
$6,000
Paint Mare
6 year old APHA registered paint quarterhorse mare. Solid sorrel with white..
Ashland, Wisconsin
Sorrel
Paint
Mare
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Ashland, WI
WI
$2,800
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About Wakefield, MI

After the closure of the Sunday Lake Mine on February 16, 1961, the local economy shifted from one of mining to the forest industry, goods and services and tourism. Logging had been a mainstay of the local economy since the early 1900s. In 1941, the county embarked upon a county forest project to demonstrate that with selective cutting, under proper management, forests could be perpetuated, of increasing value and quality. By 1956, the project included 45,604 acres (184.55 km 2) out of the total of 703,102 acres (2,845.35 km 2) in the county and Ottawa National Forest harvesting marked hardwoods, aspen, and conifer. In support of the local lumber industry, many successful lumber, trucking, equipment sales, and logging businesses have existed in Wakefield and many continue to do so today.