Monday, December 21, 2020

Visitors to Neo at Terolyn



 



Brynna, Cyerra, Adam, and Zach came to help out with Neo at Terolyn. Visitors are welcome to come visit by appointment only. Email Teri at Teri@TerolynHorseRescue.org. 





Tobey gets visitors to help him recover.

 

Zach, Brynna, Adam and Cyerra all came to help Teri at Terilyn. They took honey to Terolyn to keep toby company while he is on stall rest due to a flare up of laminitis. They are enjoying the comfort of a deep beaded stall with an appointment you too can go visit them!  

Monday, December 7, 2020

 Honey and Toby soaking up the sun at
Terolyn, thank you Teri for the good care.




 


Sam's visit to Terolyn and he couldn't wait to sample the hot chocolate!


Thank you Teri Allen for helping with our animals
Sam just resting in the sunshine and keeping this volunteer company.




 

Early morning walk on A beautiful Sunday morning in Colorado!




Tuesday, November 24, 2020

Snow Day 2020!


Horses following social distancing measures during breakfast


Goats taking a break from their masks


Thank you to the volunteers who braved the barely plowed roads to get here to make sure our animals were taken care of today


Breakfast buffet, check is at 11


"I'm sleeping in"


"Me too"

 

Friday, November 20, 2020

Milk Experiment

 

The Great Edwards Foundation Milk Experiment
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After a visit to Texas Lynda learned that chicken and ducks can get calcium from dairy products. One of the volunteers (Jade) mentioned it to her mother (Brandy) who then donated several gallons of milk to our experiment to see how the animals liked it.



For this experiment we tried sour milk and normal milk. After researching on google we learned it takes one teaspoon of lemon or vinegar per cup and therefor one cup per gallon. We tried one pan with curdled milk and one pan with regular milk. And to sweeten our recipe we added a handful of mealworms.


The chickens LOVED it! We thank our friends in Texas for this great idea!


Now for the second time around we tried normal milk with mealworms mixed in. The ducks were hesitant, and we are not sure if it was because of 
the milk or the color of the bowl. 

 The ducks took a while to get the courage to come up and try a new calcium source. But eventually they came up and tried it.