The American Brabant Association

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Sue Jorgensen

Joined Nov 17 2013
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United States
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The American Brabant Association

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Working at putting togather my little draft horse powered subsistance farm with  Clyde the Belgian, Catherine the Brabant, old paint October.  A Border Collie, Cat, Grey Parrot  a dozen Buff Dewlap Toulouse, and a small flock of Salmon and White Favarolle chickens, two pygora goats, a dairy goat.  I also  am interested in gardening,fiber arts, living on and with the land.

My farm is called Moss Rose and is located in Tunk Valley on the Okanogan Highlands, Washington State.

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Reply Dick & Sherry Price
11:05 PM on May 26, 2016 
Sue: Thank you so much for your quick reply. You know, if we have to go further than what we had anticipated? I guess that's the way it goes! :) If it were? We would check into having her hauled out here....or meet somewhere....(my way of having a vacation! :) ). I will definitely get the dues paid so as we can be a part of this association.
Thank you again. Enjoy your weekend.
Reply Dick & Sherry Price
8:25 PM on May 26, 2016 
Sue: We live in Stevensville, MT. Distance? We could travel up to 1500 miles ? Color? Doesn't matter .... Percentage? Prefer purebred or higher percentage. Thank you.
Reply Andy & MaryAnne Leroux
10:43 PM on April 15, 2016 
Please check your email need to reply to it..I mean the Brabant Association email
Reply Paul
9:11 PM on November 3, 2015 
Like what I see in the Brabants. May be looking for a stud for my older Belgian mare early in the spring. Paul
Reply Larry
4:57 PM on June 17, 2015 
Thank you Sue, This is a great site and love the horses.
Reply sdudek
6:06 PM on March 15, 2015 
Hello, Thank you.
I don't have any questions per-say. I will be looking for another horse for myself soon. I want something young I can start from the ground up. I want to make the perfect horse. I have been rescuing for so long that I'm tired of fixing. I just want the next one to be done right the first time.

I am VERY interested in Brabants and was hoping by joining I might be able to net work to possibly find my next horse. I don't have a millionaires budget, and I live in the states -- which as I'm finding make it hard to find them. With any luck one might fall into my lap over the summer!

My first horse as a teenager was an OTTB that I helped live until 30, so I cannot be upset about that. I now have a fiery belgian who keeps me on my toes. I love the attitude and grace both of them have blessed me with. I absolutely love the stockie, beefiness of the brabants!

hope all is well, Talk soon.
Thanks for reaching out,
Reply RedHawk Ranch
3:09 PM on February 18, 2015 
Hi Sue-
Tillie is doing great - healthy, has gained a bunch of weight since getting here. Weaned from her colt Harrold and is due to foal early April.
We've posted a few photos on FB recently, mostly of Harrold. He's fabulous - a bit of a stinker trying to establish his dominance sometimes. Working on correcting that, he's going to be a fabulous horse!
How is his sister doing? Send some pictures!!
Reply Mike Carver
1:01 PM on January 30, 2015 
I found the posts! I will try to contact Charlene.

Mike Carver
Reply Mike Carver
10:43 AM on January 30, 2015 
I got your message from ABA today, but no link showed up. I'm not smart enough to find it. Can you help?


Mike Carver
Reply Sarah McRae Thrasher
7:33 AM on January 30, 2015 
Sue- I've been looking but to no avail. I am going to look at some Suffolks tomorrow. I called several people about Brabants. There are a few out there but none that meet my needs yet. Keep looking! My step daughter lives in Twisp maybe I can come visit you in the spring. She farms with horses as well.