Sheep Rock Ranch Wild Mustang Rescue
Organized by: Christian Fischer
The wild mustang population in the United States is at its all time high. As a result, the government is set to kill over 45,000 wild horses so they can have more land for beef cattle. They have asked anyone who has land, that can take horses, to help out in any way they can.
At Sheep Rock we have 2000 acres of land that could hold horses immediately. Unfortunately the government has requirements that we would have to meet before the horses can come home. The requirements we are fundraising for include: A walled structure for the horses, vet visits and medical treatments, food, grains, nutrients, water containment tanks, and piping. Also the cost of transporting the horses from the farm to the land, fencing to contain the animals on the ranch, and a small vehicle to move hay bails.
Currently they are holding over a thousand horses on properties ranging between 50 and 80 acres. The horses are ripped apart from their herd and then forced into the containment pens. They are stuck sitting there waiting until help is available.
We can help, but we can't do it alone. Anything you can contribute will help us reach our goal of saving some of these horses lives. The sooner we act the better. So share this fundraiser with as many people as you can and lets get the word out there and help save some of these magnificent wild creatures before it's too late.