This WFLF project helps to assure that an adequate supply of nutritional quality hay is always available for the direct aid of America's at-risk horses and burros who have been victimized by starvation and other life threatening circumstances including roundups, slaughter, and disaster. WFLF is a purely volunteer-driven public benefit charity that relies 100% on donations to address these extremely dire humanitarian needs.
Drought conditions, wildfires and skyrocketing fuel and grain prices have severely impacted the cost of providing nutritional quality hay for at-risk horses and burros in California and areas in the west. Without adequate hay supplies, countless victimized horses with nowhere else to go could be turned away from rescue and face imminent starvation or destruction.
This project provides nutritional quality hay for at-risk horses and burros under WFLF's equine rescue and sanctuary program which serves starvation victims and other at-risk, victimized and displaced equines in urgent need, regardless of origin/breed, age or lack of training.
This project assures that rescued wild and domestic horses and burros receive the nutritional quality hay they need, and increases the opportunities for their placement into new loving homes. The project also helps to enable the provision of lifesaving hay for imperiled wild and domestic equines facing starvation, displacement and related crisis situations. Other potential long-term impact includes capacity assurance which in turn assures the future well being of countless horses and burros.