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LEARN: Livestock & Equine Awareness & Rescue Network

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Mission: It is our mission is to educate our youth, prospective owners, and owners concerning the proper care of animals. We also support the local Animal Control departments with the care and housing of abused and neglected farm animals. We are dedicated to the management of reported neglect cases and work with law enforcement to insure the animals receive the care and feed needed for optimal health.

Results: Since June 2009, we have rescued and rehabilitated over 50 horses who were suffering from abuse, neglect and malnutrition.

Programs: Rescue & rehabilitation and adoption of abused, neglected horses. Youth camps. Horsemanship classes.

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Rating: 4

@SybM: It's unfortunate that you base your opinion on ONE story and nothing else. Your first exposure to this organization was in 2013, I'm assuming on May 18th? Which means you have no idea what you're talking about. If you had any knowledge whatsoever of LEARN, then you would know that any outcome other than a horse dying is what they are striving for. Have you ever seen a starving, dehydrated horse? Have you ever seen (or smelled) a chemically burned horse that had maggots eating at this wounds? My guess is no. It's unfortunate, but human beings are the one and only reason that there even has to be conversations like the one Elizabeth Steed had with the reporter. I don't deer hunt, but I don't condemn those that do. Why? Because starvation and dehydration are painful, horrific deaths. Please do your research before climbing on your bleeding heart soapbox to condemn someone you know nothing about. You definitely heard what you wanted to hear in that interview.