News Archives 2016...
Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue worked with the town
of Weare's Animal Control Officer, Jesse, on behalf of
2 equines "horses" that came to the Rescue due to lack
of proper food and water, a starvation/emaciation
situation. If you wish to help with this urgent
situation and/or help to purchase HAY, please text on
your phone/mobile device to "71777" and type the
message "Hay" to make a donation or to help these
horses and/or other rescue animals at the Rescue. Concord
LLLF Rescue's 2016 Christmas parade (11/19/2016) View pictures>>
Veterans find healing through working with rescue horses - Patriots Resilience Leadership Institute "PRLI" and Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue "LLLF" join together to help our Great Veterans mentally, spiritually and physically heal while helping the rescue horses during their rehabilitation and spiritual healing process along with many other rescued animals at Live and Let Live Farm's Rescue & Sanctuary for a 3 day Equine Therapy session. (11/2016) View pictures>>
Watch the WMUR video video>>
Two young trainers from kids that C.A.R.E at Live and Let Live Farm Rescue competed in the Extreme Mustang Makeover 2016 Challenge with wild mustang babies from the Mustang Heritage Foundation. More Information>>
Three new horses rescued on 8/12/16. They will all need
months of rehabilitation. Ms. Sweet Sugar may even need
years of rehab due to how overgrown her hoofs are. Click here for more information
and to view a video and pictures.
AUGUST CHALLENGE was a success: A generous supporter has
offered to match all donations up to $10,000 received from
August 1st through the 31st in memory of her mom's love
for animals. $11,240 was raised!!! Visit the Home page for more info.
The Rescue and former Navy SEAL, equine facilitated psychotherapist and professional educator, Dave Ferruolo team up to create a sustainable Human-Horse Healing Center for veterans and horses. More Information>>
Live and Let
Live Farm's Rescue was featured on NH Chronicle,
July 29th, 2016. If you missed it click here
to view the video.
Summer Hours for the Used Tack Store, now open Fridays along with Sundays 2pm-6pm. Also open all day 6/4 for the Trail Ride.