Old Horse Sanctuary Needs Barn Fire Recovery Help

America’s oldest equine sanctuary is asking for the public’s help following a barn fire that destroyed their winter supply of hay.

No horses were harmed in the fire at Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines in southeastern Pennsylvania, but the bank barn will require massive repairs and 4,000 bales of homegrown hay were lost, according to administrative manager Susan Gutshall.

“We try to be

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America’s oldest equine sanctuary is asking for the public’s help following a barn fire that destroyed their winter supply of hay.

No horses were harmed in the fire at Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines in southeastern Pennsylvania, but the bank barn will require massive repairs and 4,000 bales of homegrown hay were lost, according to administrative manager Susan Gutshall.

“We try to be self sufficient, and that was our winter supply of hay,” Gutshall said

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