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THE ALBEE FARM HORSE provides quality hospice, rehab & recovery care for senior & disabled horses. We provide safe, interactive experiences through workshops & classes where you will quickly learn that just because they are disabled doesn't mean that these horses are no longer useful!
GROUND BREAKING RESEARCH is primary to our patients.! Working with universities including Texas A & M and Kansas State, we are able to help not only our horses, but horses across the country by providing crucial data on the treatment programs we develop.
We also foster injured horses who are in need of short term rehab to re-gain or improve mobility. Once they are steady and progressing well we then offer these horses up for adoption.
We are a 501(c)(3) non profit-donations are tax deductible. DONATE TODAY to help our horses and fund our mission. Click below or click the DONATE tab!
Want to learn more about horses? Take an interactive class or workshop and learn all about daily horse care including grooming, feeding,, leading, lunging, breeds, horse terms, horse facts and more! Do you know what a hoof pick is? How many knee's does a horse have? Should you really feed carrots to horses? We have the answers to all your horsey questions!
Winter is extremely tough on livestock. Our horses are elderly, ill or disabled , so fresh water, good housing, medical care and a steady supply of quality grains and hay is absolutely essential to their everyday survival.
If you would like to make a minimum donation of 20.00 just click the buy now button above and we will send a 501 C donation receipt promptly to your email. For larger donations simply donate the donate tab at the top or call 816.676.2267.
Lena came to us as a bag of bones after her owners no longer wanted to care for her. We worked hard to build up her strength through regular physical exercise and proper food, supplements and regular deworming. She was introduced to flexion and muscle building workouts both on the lunge line and from the saddle. Within a year she had regained her appendex AQHA confirmation and muscle mass. She gained 185 lbs with us and we noticed her attitude and aptitude both came to life. Sadly, when her owners reclaimed her, they found that maintaining that routine was too demanding on their schedules. They put her down in early February.
This happens way too often. Horses are put down because they are "too much trouble." Our mission is to educate the public with real life experiences so they are prepared to make the best decision when contemplating horse ownership. Lena could have easily lived another 2-3 years. We were happy to give her the best, last year she could have had on this earth. RIP gorgeous lady.
There are so many ways you can get involved with The Albee Farm! Volunteer, join our Kids Club, Take a class or become a business partner! Every cent we earn goes directly to our general fund to provide quality vet care, medicine, housing, feed and barn supplies for our disabled equine. Call us today for more information at 816.676.2267!
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