September 28, 2010
I have known Bonnie Jeanne for 27 years. I started 4-H with her when I was 12 and grew up riding at Tara Farm. I gained my "horsey education" there learning about all aspects of horse care, training and rehabilitation of abused, injured and neglected horses. I boarded there as an adult. If there is one thing I can say about this rescue it's that the animals come FIRST. You will find few rescues that put the time and resources into a horse like this place does. Dental, chiropractic, massage, medications, supplements, corrective trimming and shoeing...you name it, if they need it, they get it. Because so much time, love and effort is put into each rescue, her contract is tight...she want's to make sure the horse never has to suffer abuse or neglect again. Bottom line is...if you adopt a horse from Tara Farm and you take proper care of the horse...it's your's for life, but make no mistake, Bonnie Jeanne will not let one of her babies go through abuse or neglect again if she can help it. Once a horse is part of the Tara Farm "family", there is a group of caring individuals that want the best for the horse for the rest of it's life. The many wonderful adopters know this too...and they are also part of the Tara Farm family.
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I have seen both horses and humans transformed at Tara Farm Rescue.
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Change the horse world!
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MY ROLE:Client Served & Former volunteer, adopter, boarder. Review from Guidestar