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Average cost to rehabilitate a horse.

Average cost can run upto $1800 to cover farrier, hay, feed, veterinary care, and any dental care needed. You will also have additional expenses to train/retrain the animal to be used for therapy.

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Monday, October 17 2016

http://thehorseaholic.com/american-soldier-wins-congress-freestyle-reining-with-only-one-leg-the-usa-rocks/?utm_campaign=shareaholic&utm_medium=facebook&utm_source=socialnetwork.

 

This is why we are doing what we are and we continue to need your support.

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Monday, October 10 2016

Due to facebook rues we had to start a new page for Battin Farms Equine & Soldier Sanctuary. We hope everyone continues to follow and support us. We have 3 different grants out hoping one gets approved. We still need all the support we can get to be able to offer our services for the horses and our veterans.  For donation of 15.00 we will send you one of our shirts. We have sent them to California and Brazil.  We want tothank everyone who has supported us in our efforts so far. 

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Wednesday, October 05 2016

http://losangeles.cbslocal.com/2013/12/17/saddles-for-soldiers-program-aims-to-treat-ptsd-in-veterans-through-horse-bonding/

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Wednesday, October 05 2016

https://youtu.be/wNiUBc-5RPs

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Wednesday, October 05 2016

It is documented that horse therapy for veterans who suffer from PTSD has a tremendous impact on them and it helps them. This is why here at Battin Farms we want to be able tooffer these services to help our veterans in need, and do our part to help reduce the number of our nations veterans who commit suicide due to this.  We have 3 grant proposals outto help us cover the imense cost of operating. 

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    About us

    We started this journey not just to save Equine from kill pens but to also save Soldiers who suffer from PTSD, and other disabilities as well. If you have ever owned a horse or have been around them you know there is something special about developing a bond with one of these magnificent animals.

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    Battin Farms Equine and Soldier Sanctuary
    Olivet, MICHIGAN (MI) 49076
    517-588-8039
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