Category Archives: Management

Fencing is Complete!

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This post is slightly late because we’ve been very busy with the pickup last week and the cold weather snap. Since the day after Hurricane Matthew blew through we have been working towards clearing out land and installing fencing for our 31 Dec deadline to meet our grant requirements. Normally… Read more »

Lynch Creek Farms Fundraiser

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Purchase your fresh wreaths, garlands, center pieces, and trees and have them shipped directly to your home. Fabulous choice for Christmas! 20% of purchases and 100% of donations come back to Second Chances. This fundraiser ends 12 Dec so order now for your Holiday decorating! https://www.lynchcreekfundraising.com/f/207348

Rescue In Need

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Last year at this time we had a little wiggle room. We weren’t full and we had a few dedicated sponsors. Today we are over our max and have only those same dedicated sponsors. We are in need ourselves. Making a horse ‘safe’ is just the beginning of the process…. Read more »

Fence Building – Almost

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We have a grant, and deadline of 31 Dec, to replace old fence around the hay barn and exclude the pond. The biggest problem was finding one section of fencing so we could remove it. It was severely overgrown. Yesterday we had a few volunteers come out to tackle that… Read more »

Trail Ride

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We did a test ride today out at Middleton Lake. From Ludowici on Hwy 57 you will turn right on Lennie Mae Rd. If you’ve gotten to Tibet Baptist Church on the left or Low Country Paintball on the right, you’ve gone too far. From Townsend towards Ludowici, you’ll go… Read more »

Purina Pet Days at Tractor Supply

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Yesterday we attended the Purina Pet Days event at the Hinesville Tractor Supply. Cheyenne and Sebastian attended with us. Sebastian did not want to leave his field and all his friends in the morning. We were able to meet a lot of new people and explain who we are and… Read more »