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American Brabant Association

Kim Ott - Secretary
PO Box 181
Isanti, MN 55040
phone: 763-501-6453
email: ABARegistry@q.com
web: www.theamericanbrabantassociation.net

Promoting Brabant (European) Belgians

American Cream Draft
Horse Association

Kerrie Beckett, Secretary
226 Schellinger Rd,
Poland Spring, ME 04274
phone: 207-504-0347
email: kerrie.beckett@yahoo.com
web: www.ACDHA.org

America's only native draft horse.

American Suffolk Horse Association

Zelda Gagliardi, Secretary
4170 NE 43rd Ave,
High Springs, FL 32643
phone: 386-266-3773
email: americansuffolkhorse@gmail.com
web: www.suffolkpunch.com

Devoted to the recording and promoting
of the Suffolk Punch horse in America.

Belgian Draft Horse Corporation of America

Jenna Hovermale
PO Box 335,
Wabash, Indiana 46992
phone: 260-563-3205
email: belgian@belgiancorp.com
web: www.belgiancorp.com

California Draft Horse & Mule Association

Tim Holveck, Secretary
email: tholvek@gmaill.com
web: www.cdhma.org

Carolina Mule Association

Angie Annas, membership
3161 Deal Mill Rd,
Hudson, NC 28638
phone: 828-234-2762
email: cmamulemail@aol.com
web: facebook page
Our purpose is to encourage and promote
the mule and donkey industry through
education, participation, and fellowship
in a family environment.

Carriage Association of America

Jill M Ryder
3915 Jay Trump Rd,
Lexington, KY 40511
phone: 859–231–0971
fax: 859–231–0973
email: info@caaonline.com
web: www.caaonline.com

International organization for people
interested in the restoration, history, driving,
and collecting of horse–drawn vehicles.
Publisher of the Carriage Journal magazine.

Carriage Operators of North America

Beth Podhajecki
PO BOX 267,
Greenfield Center, NY 12833
phone: 518-893-6116
email: membership@cona.org
web: www.cona.org

Promoting humane welfare of carriage animals, and quality carriage and
customer service.

Colorado Draft Horse Association

Joel Newcomer, President
12029 Mesa View Road,
Larkspur, CO 80118
phone: 303-660-3596
(Daytime- 303-663-4283)
email: JoelCarolyn@aol.com
web: www.coloradodrafthorseassn.org

Our membership is a multi-breed Draft
Horse Association throughout Colorado,
Southern Wyoming and Western Kansas.
We promote all aspects of the Draft Horse
from Breeding to Farming to Showing.

Draft Animal Power
Network

Kathleen
PO Box 6004,
Rutland, VT 05702
phone: 802-763-0771
email: dapnetinfo@gmail.com
web: www.draftanimalpowernetwork.org

Organization dedicated to building a community of people dedicated to the practical application of draft animal-power within the context of sustainable land use.

Equus Survival Trust Field Office

Victoria Tollman, Exec. Director
525 Bartley Rd,
Lowgap, NC 27024
phone: 336–352–5520
email: EquusSurvivalTrust@yahoo.com
web: www.equus-survival-trust.org

Specialty nonprofit for the promotion, networking, and grassroots conservation
of over 40 historic endangered equine
breeds and over 60 endangered breed association affiliates.



Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance

Judith McGeary, Esq.
PO Box 809,
Cameron, TX 76520
phone: 254-697-2661
email: info@farmandranchfreedom.org
web: www.farmandranchfreedom.org

FARFA is a national organization that
supports independent family farmers and
protects a healthy and productive food
supply for American consumers. FARFA
promotes common sense policies for local,
diversified agricultural systems.

Iowa Draft Horse & Mule Association

Jim Stuart, President
phone: 515-971-1254
email: jstuart@iowatelecom.net
web: iowadrafthorse.com

Our goal is to promote the draft horse and mule industry in Iowa.




Livestock Conservancy

PO Box 477,
Pittsboro, NC 27312
phone: 919–542–5704
fax: 919-545-0022
web: www.livestockconservancy.org

Ensuring the future of agriculture through
the genetic conservation and promotion
of endangered breeds of livestock
and poultry.

Mid-Tennessee Mule Skinners Association

Grady George, President
2362 Short Mountain Rd,
Woodbury, TN 37190
phone: 615-849-6867
email: info@midtnmules.com
web: http://midtnmules.com

Open to members from any geographic
area with an interest in oxen.

Midwest Ox Drovers Association

Rob Collins, President
Memebership: 5021 West River Rd,
Mt Pleasant, MI 48858
phone: 269-251-7069
email: rcollins@cpschools.org
web: www.midwestoxdrovers.com

Open to members from any geographic
area with an interest in oxen.

New York State Draft Horse Club

Sarah Jordan
4335 Davis Corner Rd,
Morrisville, NY 13408
phone: 607-793-4865
email: information@ny-state-draft-horse-club.org
web: www.ny-state-draft-horse-club.org

Promoting the use of, and ownership of
Shire, Clydesdale, Percheron, Belgian,
Suffolk, and Haflinger horses
since the 1930’s.

North American Spotted Draft Horse Association

Melanie Berg
17594 US Hwy 20,
Goshen, IN 46528
phone: 574-821-4226
email: naspotteddrafts@yahoo.com
web: www.sites.google.com/site/
naspotteddrafthorseassn/


Our goals are to distribute information about Spotted Drafts and bring interested people and breeders together. We also strive to improve the quality of these horses and record, collect and preserve the pedigree of the breed.

Northern Illinois Draft Horse & Mule Association

Charles Kind
N4225 Balls Mill Rd,
Monroe, WI 53466
phone: 608-325-2494
email: tkind@tds.net

Promoting the preservation of horse farming methods and the enjoyment of draft horses and mules in showing, riding, and driving. Annual spring plow days and
fall plowing match.

Northern Minnesota Draft Horse Association

JoAnn Holthaus
20028 2nd St. NW, PO Box 232,
Richmond, MN 56368
phone: 320-293-8594
web: www.nmdha.com

Field day: fourth Saturday in September.

Ohio Percheron Breeders Association

Darlena Chettle, Secretary
40309 State Route 39,
Wellsville, OH 43968
phone: 330-692-0917
email:darlenachettle@yahoo.com
web: www.ohiopercherons.org and on Facebook

The Ohio Percheron Breeders Association’s goal is to promote interest in breeding,
showing and marketing Percheron horses through the education of our youth
and adults alike.

Pennsylvania Draft Horse and Mule Association

Luke Vastine, President
phone: 570-458-4004
email: ercar5@comcast.net
web: www.padhma.org

We strive to promote all facets and interests of the draft horse and mule industry
in Pennsylvania.

Heritage Livestock Canada


Pam Heath
phone:204-573-8204
email: heritagelivestockcanada@gmail.com
web: www.rarebreedscanada.org

Working to conserve, monitor, and promote heritage and rare breeds of Canadian Farm Animals.

South Dakota Draft Horse & Mule Breeders Association

President: Scott Salzer, 605-486-4802
Facebook: @SDDHAMBA

Annual Meeting 2nd Saturday in January, Summer Picnic 2nd Sunday of June

Southern Sustainable
Agriculture Working Group
(Southern SAWG)


PO Box 1552,
Fayetteville, AR 72702
Phone: 479-251-8310
web: www.ssawg.org

Practical tools and solutions for sustaining
family farms. For serious organic and
sustainable farmers. Annual conference
in January.

Texas Draft Horse & Mule Association

Debbie Halford
5766 CR 164,
Alvin, TX 77511
phone: 281-382-6271
email: debbie.halford@yahoo.com
web: www.tdhma.org
facebook: www.facebook.com/TDHMA

Dedicated to promoting the breeding, developing, training, marketing and use of draft horses and mules.

Virginia Draft Horse and Mule Association

India Nichols, president
1895 Preston Mill Rd
Huddleston, VA 24104
phone: (540) 229-4255
email: vdmapres@gmail.com
web: www.vdhma.org
facebook.com/vdhma

Draft horse, mule, and donkey club;
half drafts and draft ponies are welcome;
we sponsor farm days, pleasure drives,
and shows.


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