Great Websites and Farm Contributors 

I have several "go to" sites in emergencies and my tried and true farm supply sources.

www.jefferspet.com

www.sunnysidehatchery.com

www.ADGA.org

www.fiascofarms.com

www.tennesseemeatgoats.com

www.hoeggergoatsupply.com

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www.foxhillphoto.com – visit the website!

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Hammered Horse Products, LLC.  *Wood-Metal-Leather Products~Gifts~Awards

www.hammeredhorse.com Bob and Margaret Michaels (Owners)

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Reputable Horse Rescue Sites - Adopt, foster, donate, or volunteer

www.ahomeforeveryhorse.com

www.forevermorgans.org

www.equusfoundation.org/champions

www.equineadoption.com  - Midwest Horse Welfare Foundation 


Consider enrolling your horses in a "safety net" program. American Quarter Horse and Morgan Horse Associations have these programs in place. If a horse you bred, owned, or sold is recorded with either association and ever comes up in a bad situation...at an auction, unwanted, abused, ect. you will be contacted and options are available to help that horse. ~Three Chimneys Farm, a large and well-respected Kentucky Thoroughbred breeding operation, has established a policy of attempting to rescue any horse it bred, owned previously, or that was sired by one of its stallions. What a concept!! You can make a difference, whether you are a small or large farm.