Someone I know is losing her farm and home to foreclosure. Husband took off several weeks ago, leaving behind many months of unpaid mortgage and bills and time is running out.
The farm is located in Williamstown, NJ and there are Horses, Donkeys, Miniature Horses, Goats, Sheep, Pigs, Dogs/Puppies, Cats, Guinea Pigs, Chickens all needing new homes ASAP.
Here is some info on some of the animals:
Sprout - Papered dwarf mini stud, bay w/ white blaze, will be 3yrs this summer, eats minimal feed if any, eats hay but does best on soaked hay cubes
Nemo - Dwarf mini horse , dunn 4 yrs old, eats minimal feed if any, soaked hay cubes, prone to colic because so small (has colicked before)
Gorilla - Papered dwarf mini stud, chocolate 8 yrs old, has scoleosis of back, bowed front legs, eats soaked hay cubes (has never colicked or been sick) - Leggs friend - have been together from start
Leggs - Papered large mini mare, white & tan 6 yrs old, Gorrilla's friend - have been together from start
Emily - Small mini mare, red & white pinto 2 yrs old, sweet, humble, so loving follows you everywhere, must stay w/ Hope (sister)
Hope - Mini mare, white & dunn pinto 4 yrs old, about to foal a mini mule, her first, must stay w/ Emily (sister)
Apache - Larger mini 36" gelding, black & white 15 yrs old, prefers to be dominant, but will back down if someone is tougher. Otherwise great w/ people and other animals, never colicked or sick, does not need to be w/ anyone
Promise - Miniature donkey stud, 9 1/2 yrs old, very good boy, no vices, good w/ others
Mommy - red & white pinto 21 yrs old (does not act old), 1 blue eye, healthy, no vices
Honey - Barbados sheep female, 8 yrs old, wants to follow a human (very humble)
Full Size Donkey - male, not good w/ feet being trimmed so they never get done
Belgian Horse - no info
2 Newfoundlands used as herd dogs, good with kids and animals
Numerous little dogs, chihuaha, (long hair and short) pomeranian, and mixes of both.
6 pot belly pigs
16 goats - The goats are the trendy new breed "Pygorra", pygmy and angora crosses. They look like angoras-all woolly but are small. They were bred to be wool and fiber goats that don't need shorn like sheep
18 cats - indoor and barn
Also guinea pigs, ferrets, birds, chickens, and a beautiful blue/gray angora rabbit that is running loose in the yard and sleeping with a turkey
If anyone is interested in helping to provide a loving home for any of these animals please e-mail Kris BluebirdAcreFarm@yahoo.com and she will get your info to pass onto the woman who is losing her farm.