We live in North Dakota on 450 acers where we raise Paso Fino and Miniature horses, donkeys and mules, and Australian Shepherds. Both Al and I are retired and right now we have too many horses. We need to cut the numbers down so we can enjoy more and work less. We have two miniature studs, one is a leapord Appy, and the second is a jet black son of Whittmacks Mickey Mouse. We have a Paso stud that carries the Resorte line. The Australian Shepherds are awesome dogs, and we have two females (one tri mural, and one tri colorde) and a red mural male. Oh do we get an assortment of colors. We are in the process of developing a horse camp grounds for folks who are traveling through ND with horses. We will have room for portable corrals or electric fences, and will be working on electricity and water. Stop on by if you are heading through. We are located in the foothills of the Turtle Mountains, and have great riding right out the door. Plus we are a day from Medora and the ND badlands, Mt. Rushmore, or Glacier National Park.
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Raising Miniature and PasoFino horses and Australian shepherds
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