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Our Wish List

The success of the rescue is dependent upon those who believe in and support our mission and the work we do to be able to help horses in need. Donations of supplies and services are very important. Please contact us if you are able to donate any of the items or services listed below. 

Through your generous donations of these much needed items, our operating expenses can be minimized allowing us to help more horses.

For the Horses:

 

Horse Wormer (no quest)

Grooming Supplies

Fly Masks

Fly Spray

Nutrena Feed (Original, Senior)

Horse Treats

Bagged Pine Shavings

Large Mineral/Salt Blocks

Feeders (over the fence type)

5 gallon buckets

Heated Buckets (2.5 gal., 5 gal., 16 gal.)

Halters/Lead Ropes

 

Maintenance:

 

Wheel Barrows

Metal Garden and Leaf Rakes

Plastic Manure Forks

Muck Buckets

Manure Spreader

 

Medical:

 

Vaccinations (Prestige V + WNV, EquiRab)

Banamine Paste or liquid

Ulcerguard

Probiotic paste

20 guage 1" needles & syringes

 

Materials:

 

Building Materials (new & used)

Wood Fence Posts (treated)

8' Fence Planks

Portable Panels (round pens)

Cattle Panels

T-Posts

Gates

Horse Fencing

Gift Certificates/Gift Cards:

 

Tractor Supply (TSC)

Family Farm & Home

Valley Vet

Horse.com

Big Dee's Tack & Vet Supplies

Lowes

 

Services:

 

Grant Writer

Sponsors

Volunteers!


Volunteer duties will include

stall cleaning, scrubbing and

refilling water buckets and

troughs & sweeping. These

tasks take approximately 2

hours. 
Also looking for volunteers

interested in doing morning

feedings and turnout a few

days a week or as needed.
Horse experience not necessary

but preferred especially for

handling horses for turnout. 
 

Volunteers must me at least

16 years old, reliable and be

able to complete assigned tasks

unsupervised. You do not need to

volunteer everyday!. Once a week

or even once a month would be

a big help!

 

 

"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do." ~Edward Everett Hale