Ryerss Names New Co-Manager Of Animal Welfare

There is a new face at Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines, but it's not of the equine variety.

Ann Quigley was recently welcomed into the Ryerss Farm family as the new co-manager of animal welfare. Quigley oversees the general health of the nearly 100 horses that are currently residing at Ryerss. Her duties include feeding, administering medication, clipping and

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