Ryerss Farm For Aged Equines Debuts New Web Site

Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines is proud to announce the debut of their new web site at www.ryerss.com. The site features information on the farm's history, its current equine residents, how to volunteer and how to donate to the farm's mission. The site also includes a monthly 'special feature,' highlighting the life history and photos of one of the farm's special, retired equine residents.

This new look constitutes phase one of the webs ite's design. During the next phase of changes, Ryerss will work to provide a place for on-line donations--making it easier for the public to help support Ryerss' mission of caring for aged and abused horses. If you would like to include a link to this non-profit organization's site, please contact Lua Southard at 610/444-7554.

Ryerss Farm for Aged Equines is the oldest and largest non-profit facility of its kind in the country. Since 1888, Ryerss has been dedicated to providing a place of peaceful retirement for aged and abused equines from all walks of life. For the one-time fee of just $3,500, owners can ensure their beloved horses a home on Ryerss' 383 rolling acres for the rest of their lives. Due to the high cost of caring for their senior equine citizens, however, Ryerss must rely on the generosity of its friends to keep its mission alive. For more information on this facility, including how you can help, visit www.ryerss.com call 610/469-0533.

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