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Barn Buddies Rescue at the Las Vegas Farm is hosting a GIANT second-hand sale to benefit our rescued animals.
Great deals to be had. All reasonable offers will be accepted for items like:
Chicken coops, large and small bird cages, and poultry fencing
Dog and Cat beds, toys, carriers, training crates, and travel cases
Lawn equipment: Lawnmower, grass seed spreaders, hose reel
Sporting equipment Vintage and used – golf, ski, bowling, fitness
1997 Ford Bronco Sport with 118505 miles. Most service records available and the original manual.
Clothing for adults and kids, shoes, boots, purses (so many purses!),
Blankets, Quilts (some handmade and new), Sleeping bags, Sheets
Wall hangings, Kitchen appliances (4 burner electric stove), coffee and popcorn makers, dishes, and the like
Samsung Washing Machine – never hooked up. Has manual inside with hoses.
Office equipment – fax machine, filing cabinets and desks, assorted electronics.
Holiday Decorations – Christmas, Easter, Halloween, and much more!
Please come on out and support our animals! Memorial Day Weekend Sat/Sun 8am-4pm, Mon 8-noon (goods still left on Monday at 10am will be FREE until noon!) $5 feeds a goat for 3 days or a chicken for a week!
Located at the inner parking lot of the Las Vegas Farm. Enter in the dark brown gate and follow the signs.
The FARMERS MARKET has a separate, but nearby entrance and will be operating from 9am-4pm Sat and Sun. You can also visit with our animals – goats, cows, horses, cats, pigs, ponies, tortoises, llama, alpacas, peacocks, chicken, ducks, and sheep including TEDDY our newest addition who was born 3 weeks ago.
Want to join me in making a difference? We’re raising money to benefit BARN BUDDIES RESCUE (BBR), and any donation will make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to the animals.
Food costs at BBR are upwards of $7,000 per month. We’ve lost some of our greatest income sources (field trips, birthday parties, and weddings) due to Covid-19, while at the same time rescuing more animals every day. We’re trying to raise funds to cover many months’ worth of food for all the abused animals who call BBR home. Can you help?
More information about BBR: We are a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the rescue of abused, neglected, or abandoned farm animals. We provide housing, rehabilitation, and holistic care for abused farm animals. We also offer educational services that promote safe habitats and care of farm animals in the valley.
Ways you can donate to BARN BUDDIES RESCUE:
If you have PayPal, you can make a FEE-FREE donation here: https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/1569160
Make a One Time Donation through PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=0KyUXDlOqyh1R5fuopZ0o1iAcBkUaalZ5aIO90mh-yyyZcZnGZOnelLiMoZJEkGTvxwtfG&country.x=US&locale.x=US
Make a Recurring Donation through PayPal: Go to our donate page, choose your desired amount from the pull down menu and click the PayPal button to complete your transaction: http://barnbuddiesrescue.org/donate/
Shop on Amazon like you normally do but click on this link to get to Amazon first and we get a small credit from most purchases: https://smile.amazon.com/ref=smi_ge_sr_btnr1_setch&pldnNewS…
Pick an item off our Amazon Wish List: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/30UHGGVCJ7WWL?ref_=wl_share
Register your Smith’s Rewards card with Inspiring Donations and we get a credit when you swipe your card: http://barnbuddiesrescue.org/smiths/
Do a fundraiser for BARN BUDDIES RESCUE on FaceBook. The monies will be sent directly to us: https://www.facebook.com/fundraisers?source=search_shortcut
While shopping, pick up some items we always need (Walmart and Jones Feed are two options):
FOOD: Lay Mash, Scratch, Pig Chow, Goat Chow, Game Bird Breeder, Canned Vegetables, Orchard Grass Bales, Alfalfa Bales
SUPPLIES: Unscented bleach, Dawn dish detergent (original), paper towels, rags, scrub brushes, manure forks, wood shavings
Poor Homer was dumped at BARN BUDDIES RESCUE sometime in the early hours of Saturday morning before we opened. Full story available on Facebook here.
Anyone wishing to donate to Homer can visit his GoFundMe page.
Alfie Huang, from a Taiwan Travel Program, stopped by THE FARM in January to interview Ms. Sharon and BARN BUDDIES RESCUE for their program. We are so grateful. Our little piece is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHkr6-tOKZ8&t=14s
The program in its entirety can be viewed here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaj5urtPMbE&t=1918s. Thank you for watching and sharing.
Thank you Megan Barth for having us on your radio program. We are forever grateful.
Reaganbabe Radio – Megan Barth
51 years of animal rescue w Sharon Linsenbardt at THE FARM in #LasVegas
Dec 29, 6:49 PM
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A huge THANK YOU to Jim Marsh for sponsoring our appearance on The Morning Blend!!! https://youtu.be/MO4nQGbdahM
Our wonderful friend Curt has helped us set up a GoFundMe to help us raise the money for our cell phone tower, Dubbed the FOOD TOWER.
The FOOD TOWER will help tremendously with providing stable revenue and should be able to provide enough revenue each month to cover the cost of feeding all these abused animals. Currently, the footings have been completed for the eventual construction of a cell phone tower. Leasing of the tower space to major cell phone companies, which is desperately needed in this growing area of Las Vegas, will be a tremendous aid in feeding the animals. All funds will go to building the tower…the FOOD TOWER.
Please click to read out August 2018 Newsletter here
BARN BUDDIES RESCUE in the news. Thank you Channel 8 and Darlene for featuring our rescue. You can see the video here
BARN BUDDIES RESCUE
IN THE MEDIA May 8, 2018
Thank you to Megan Barth for her compassion to care for cows in need. When she called she was very upset and seeking to find a solution to help emaciated cows that were not being treated well… After several conversations and much work on her part, she was able to get animal controls attention and an investigation has been started to make sure the cows are cared for properly from this day forward. Megan used her voice for good and her amazing mother, Cindy, has given a substantial donation to help BBR secure the additional land that we need to move forward. We look forward to many years of friendship working together to help abused animals in need… Thank You Megan and Cindy!!!!