Monday, December 30, 2013
Sunday, December 29, 2013
From all of us animals at The Edwards Foundation! (Lynda included)
Thank you so much for all of you help and support over the last year and may 2014 be an even more bountiful year for you all.
And so no one worries, Lynda will be out of commission for a couple weeks due to knee surgery and will be back and posting as soon as she can ride her skate board again.
This is Eddie. He specializes in tending to cows hooves in his spare time. You can find him and his beautiful wife Roberta in Buyers, running his feed and tack store, Buyers America. Stop by and say hi if you're in town.
Laura has her application in to several veterinary schools.
We are so appreciative to have them help out as much as they do.
Thank you so much Grace and your family!
After feeling disgust for the killer buyers I felt even more disgust for the owners who brought their horses to be auctioned; Some too crippled to make the trip to Canada and Mexico. Some too young or small to survive. These proud owners submitted papers telling the registration and breeding. Like that mattered. There was even a beautiful black stallion right out of the pages of Marguerite Henry's book. All gone. Loaded in the dark for transport to Canada and Mexico. Good news is that we brought home two yearlings (one a mini).
Both horses were taken to Terolyn Ranch for quarantine and then will available to be loved on and adopted.
Thank you so much for your help Terri, Callea and Denise! You three were absolutely wonderful!
Thank you everyone for the generous donations and help from all our facebook friends and followers!
Thursday, December 5, 2013
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
did they help with chores, but they brought beautiful bales of good grass hay for the animals.
Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Tagawa's Garden Center donated pumpkins and corn sheaves for our animals.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Tall, strong vertical support from a scout.
Brandon did a good job of assigning tasks and keeping his crew safe.
To help with this project, Jack's dad came from Florida, his mom provided food and his uncle helped supervise. The weather was great and the scouts did a good job.