Mules for Sale near Centerton, AR

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Mule Mare
June is a Beautiful Grey 14. 2 H Molly Mule that has been ridden in back c..
Claremore, Oklahoma
Gray
Mule
Mare
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Claremore, OK
OK
$3,800
Mule Mare
Tobi - Anna is one of the most laid back mules we have ever raised. Her si..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Sorrel
Mule
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,000
Mule Mare
Scarlet O'Hara born day before mothers day is a very naturally gaited moll..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Mule
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,000
Mule Mare
Elvira is now a yearling she was sold and the buyer had to change plans, s..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Bay
Mule
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,000
Mule Mare
Shady is a grade walker mare vetted in foal to my gaited Jack for May 06. ..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Mule
Mare
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
Mule Stallion
Truman is a black bay with tan points weanling out of our Walker Friesian m..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Bay
Mule
Stallion
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
Mule Stallion
Truman is out of a Walker Friesian cross mare and by our gaited Jack. He is..
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Bay
Mule
Stallion
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$2,500
Mule Stallion
good mule needs to be ridden is all that it would take to get him in shape ..
Stilwell, Oklahoma
Mule
Stallion
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Stilwell, OK
OK
$300
Mule Stallion
mule will ride with saddle or without has a few bugs needing worked out due..
Stilwell, Oklahoma
Brown
Mule
Stallion
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Stilwell, OK
OK
$300
Mule Stallion
Pepper is a great little 9 yr old mule my kids which are 9 and 12 ride him ..
Stilwell, Oklahoma
Mule
Stallion
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Stilwell, OK
OK
$500
Mule Stallion
Lost Valley's "LEON" Gaited Mammoth Jack Standing at Stud to mares only. A..
Wyandotte, Oklahoma
Black
Mule
Stallion
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Wyandotte, OK
OK
$350
Mule Stallion
He is sold to a very good home Thanks to all who inquired...
Natural Dam, Arkansas
Mule
Stallion
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Natural Dam, AR
AR
$1,000
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About Centerton,AR

Native American hunters and early settlers were drawn to present-day Centerton by natural springs, including what is now known as McKissick Spring. In the Antebellum South era, an early church and school built along the spring were named Center Point, for the community's central location in Benton County. Though the area did not see any formal action during the Civil War, Union troops camped at McKissick Spring on March 5, 1862, shortly before the Battle of Pea Ridge. After the Reconstruction era, the Arkansas-Oklahoma Railroad Company connected Rogers, Arkansas and Grove, Oklahoma through western Benton County. The railroad opened the apple and strawberry orchards of the county to new markets, bringing economic prosperity, development, and population growth to the region.