Tag Archives: Livestock

Vermont Horse Council Looking for Donations of Hay

The Vermont Horse Council is seeking donations of good quality horse hay for victims of  Hurricane Irene particularly for the Rochester, Stockbridge, Bethel, Royalton areas at this time. Hay is needed in other areas as well across the state and … Continue reading

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Long Term Foster Needed for Two Horses

Long Term Foster Care of at least one year is needed for two horses displaced by tropical storm Irene. If you are interested and can make this kind of commitment please call Cindy Cross-Greenia of the Vermont Horse Council at … Continue reading

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Information: Pets/Livestock

Pet Needs: If you have a special medical need for your pet and are a flood victim, contact your veterinarian or local humane society. If you need pet food, visit your local food shelf or donation center- pet food has … Continue reading

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Help Available: Livestock (Horses) in Windsor County

I am organizing donations to horse owners with The Vermont Horse Counsel and farm feed donations from Blue Steel Feeds. Let me know what your needs are if I haven’t spoken with you already. Thanks! Leslie 767-9000.

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Horse Boarding: Caledonia County

Kate Scarlott (she can also handle transport) City/Town: East Hardwick County: Caledonia State: Vermont Phone: 802 472-3378 We have space available for one or two horses or donkeys at our farm in East Hardwick. This is offered for people whose … Continue reading

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Horse Boarding: Addison County

I can supply nice 24/7 turn-out with run-in barn for several horses or other farm animals. No charge for flood victims. Horse Boarding Available – Jean Audet (she can handle transport) City/Town: Orwell County: Addison State: VT Phone: 802 948-2713 … Continue reading

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Help Needed: Reading

Friends of the Fiske’s lost 200 of their chickens because of the flood.  Approximately 40-50 are alive but URGENTLY need foster care until their friends can get up and running again. They are unable to stay on their farm. If … Continue reading

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