Colorado Horsecare Foodbank Distributed 200 Tons of Emergency Hay to Northern Colorado Horses During the September 2013 Flood

What a great model to follow. This needs to be duplicated in every State!

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Will you help us replenish our stock of emergency hay for Colorado’s horses?

JOIN US FOR OUR SIXTH ANNUAL HAY BALES & HORSE TALES
A Barbecue Benefit to Help Feed Hungry Horses!

 OCTOBER 3I  5:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Jefferson County Fairgrounds

Photo collage of the human/horse connection.

It’s been one full year since “biblical rain” hit Northern Colorado and devastated entire communities, washed away hay, destroyed pastures, stranded people and animals, and left families with nothing–not even the ability to keep their horses and livestock fed. Immediately after the floods, CHF deployed volunteers and distributed emergency hay to Northern Colorado horse and livestock owners for more than four months while they struggled to recover. Knowing they had food for their animals meant one less thing Northern Colorado “flood families” had to worry about. When all was…

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