Please join BARN BUDDIES RESCUE@THE FARM
for our 26th Annual FARM FALL FESTIVAL
the last three weekends in October
from 9AM to 7 PM!
We have the biggest and best pumpkin and squash varieties in Las Vegas!
Please come visit the rescued animals and enjoy rides on the farm train, ponies, and hay wagon as well as our straw maze. Shop our farmer’s market for farm fresh eggs, fresh vegetables, fruits, jams/jellies, breads, our fabulous local honey and much more. We are located at 7222 West Grand Teton Drive, LV 89131. For more information, call 702-982-8000 firstname.lastname@example.org. Cash or Card ($20 min).
100% of proceeds go to the animal’s care & feeding
We will be open on 14, 15, 16, 21, 22, 23,
28, 29, & 30 October
Fridays 4PM-7PM; Saturday/Sunday 9AM-7PM
Rides & concession available only on Saturday and Sunday from 10-4
Farmer’s Market: No Charge
Festival Entry/Animals: $5 Adults $3 Children
Rides $6 pony; $4 train/hayride, $3 maze
OPEN EVERY WEEKEND
ALL YEAR ROUND!
Please note that the 2016 our Dinner & Movie Nights will continue after all this hot weather is over in a few months.
Barn Buddies Rescue is a fairly new non-profit organization by name, but not by the mission we perform.
You see, we’ve been doing what we do – rescuing abandoned farm animals – for a very long time.
Since 1961 to be exact.
But only since 2012 have we felt the need to distinguish what we do from what our parent organization, THE FARM, does.
Barn Buddies Rescue and THE FARM share not only the same property, but also have very similar roles, with regard to the animals and the public.
However, our mission is to provide the best possible quality of life for abandoned farm animals that are being displaced by those people who are losing their homes, family groups and/or jobs.
In other words, our sole purpose is the rescue side of things. All proceeds from the sale of products or the events we host go directly to the care and maintenance of our animals.
We strongly encourage education regarding non-breeding of farm animals within the Las Vegas Valley.
Overpopulation of farm animals is overcrowding shelters, sanctuaries and temporary foster homes and we hope to be a part of the solution.
And as a official 501(c)3 non-profit, we offer our neighbors the advantage of helping themselves when they help us.
Please see our volunteer page for details about how you can help. Our volunteers really help make this place work!