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A Texas horse facility is seeking hay for rescued horses.
June 6, 2012
Panhandle Safe Hayven Equine Rescue is turning to the community for help after a fire destroyed 75 bales of hay and a horse trailer.
The non-profit organization received a phone call Monday from RV Storage stating the hay caught fire and was destroyed, as well as the horse trailer parked beside it.
Equine Rescue Founder/President Terri Gammage says donations from the community are now critical for the animals. According to Gammage, there is only enough hay left to feed the horses for about a month. Add return
"We're also in the process of what we call our hay drive -- our summer hay hunt to stock the hay that we'll have to have for the winter," she says. "So, this really wasn't a good time."
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