TARA FARM RESCUE
September 14, 2011
I currently work at Tara Farm Rescue, and I have to move, and I am sad to say goodbye. That place has become, my family. I have read some of the other reviews that people have written, and I would like to say, the animals are treated really good. Yes, they get scolded when they do somthing they are not suppose to do, but thats how the horses learn. And currently Tara Farm is trying to raise money to tear down one of the buildings and re-build it. I have a feeling that people who visit this farm, just glance at it, and think so horrible of this place. It is amazing. Yes, it is dirty there, but Farm isn't? I mean really? We clean the stalls everyday, and give equal attention to each animal. This is an amazing person to volunteer at. And obviously the people who had written bad reviews about this place, have some looking to do in the mirror at themselves. Bonnie Jean, I have known her for maybe 4 momths now, and yes, she does come off a little intimadating, but she really isn't at all. She is very nice and kind hearted. And don't say anything about her brother. That is a shame, that person, would throw that in this farms face, about what happened to him. That person doesn't know what really happened, so they should not say anything about what happened to him. Yes animals die, but Tara Farm Rescue does everything that they can do to prevent it. But sometimes you just can't help things like that from happening.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
being a volunteer.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
give them credit for what they do.
Volunteer & I cleaned stalls, got riding lessons, and do pony rides.