We will be offering excess cages and misc for sale this Sunday 19 July 2020 from 9 am to 12 pm. Lark Williams from radio 97.1 The Point will be there to greet everyone. There will be all sorts of different items. Clothing, Shoes, Christmas, Pets, and more. No cost to shop our parking lot sale or our Farmer’s Market. Come early to beat the heat!
Please stop by to help us raise enough money to spay and neuter 5 cats and some other outstanding vet bills. We need help with all the animal’s needs because of COVID causing such hardship…
Want to join me in making a difference? We’re raising money to benefit BARN BUDDIES RESCUE (BBR), and any donation will make an impact. Thanks in advance for your contribution to this cause that means so much to the animals.
Food costs at BBR are upwards of $7,000 per month. We’ve lost some of our greatest income sources (field trips, birthday parties, and weddings) due to Covid-19, while at the same time rescuing more animals every day. We’re trying to raise funds to cover many months’ worth of food for all the abused animals who call BBR home. Can you help?
More information about BBR: We are a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the rescue of abused, neglected, or abandoned farm animals. We provide housing, rehabilitation, and holistic care for abused farm animals. We also offer educational services that promote safe habitats and care of farm animals in the valley.
Ways you can donate to BARN BUDDIES RESCUE:
If you have PayPal, you can make a FEE-FREE donation here: https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/1569160
Make a One Time Donation through PayPal: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=0KyUXDlOqyh1R5fuopZ0o1iAcBkUaalZ5aIO90mh-yyyZcZnGZOnelLiMoZJEkGTvxwtfG&country.x=US&locale.x=US
Make a Recurring Donation through PayPal: Go to our donate page, choose your desired amount from the pull down menu and click the PayPal button to complete your transaction: http://barnbuddiesrescue.org/donate/
Shop on Amazon like you normally do but click on this link to get to Amazon first and we get a small credit from most purchases: https://smile.amazon.com/ref=smi_ge_sr_btnr1_setch&pldnNewS…
Pick an item off our Amazon Wish List: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/30UHGGVCJ7WWL?ref_=wl_share
Register your Smith’s Rewards card with Inspiring Donations and we get a credit when you swipe your card: http://barnbuddiesrescue.org/smiths/
Do a fundraiser for BARN BUDDIES RESCUE on FaceBook. The monies will be sent directly to us: https://www.facebook.com/fundraisers?source=search_shortcut
While shopping, pick up some items we always need (Walmart and Jones Feed are two options):
FOOD: Lay Mash, Scratch, Pig Chow, Goat Chow, Game Bird Breeder, Canned Vegetables, Orchard Grass Bales, Alfalfa Bales
SUPPLIES: Unscented bleach, Dawn dish detergent (original), paper towels, rags, scrub brushes, manure forks, wood shavings
Poor Homer was dumped at BARN BUDDIES RESCUE sometime in the early hours of Saturday morning before we opened. Full story available on Facebook here.
Anyone wishing to donate to Homer can visit his GoFundMe page.
Alfie Huang, from a Taiwan Travel Program, stopped by THE FARM in January to interview Ms. Sharon and BARN BUDDIES RESCUE for their program. We are so grateful. Our little piece is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mHkr6-tOKZ8&t=14s
The program in its entirety can be viewed here, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vaj5urtPMbE&t=1918s. Thank you for watching and sharing.
Thank you Megan Barth for having us on your radio program. We are forever grateful.
Reaganbabe Radio – Megan Barth
51 years of animal rescue w Sharon Linsenbardt at THE FARM in #LasVegas
Dec 29, 6:49 PM
A huge THANK YOU to Jim Marsh for sponsoring our appearance on The Morning Blend!!! https://youtu.be/MO4nQGbdahM
Our wonderful friend Curt has helped us set up a GoFundMe to help us raise the money for our cell phone tower, Dubbed the FOOD TOWER.
The FOOD TOWER will help tremendously with providing stable revenue and should be able to provide enough revenue each month to cover the cost of feeding all these abused animals. Currently, the footings have been completed for the eventual construction of a cell phone tower. Leasing of the tower space to major cell phone companies, which is desperately needed in this growing area of Las Vegas, will be a tremendous aid in feeding the animals. All funds will go to building the tower…the FOOD TOWER.
BARN BUDDIES RESCUE in the news. Thank you Channel 8 and Darlene for featuring our rescue. You can see the video here.
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For 50 years I’ve farmed and cared for animals here in the Valley, and my family dates back to the 1920s as residents of Las Vegas.
What we hope to create is a way for us to reach out and to educate, motivate and hopefully, make a difference.
We understand that while we have been farming and using almost the same methods for five decades that a lot has changed about how people receive information.
You’ll be able to learn about the products we produce here, right in the middle of one of the hottest and driest deserts in the world.
We can’t wait to introduce you to all of our animals. Each one is unique and has its own wonderful, sometimes sad, story about finding its way to THE FARM. But now every single animal, bird and yes, even fish, is protected, loved and lives a secure and safe life.
All of our eggs from chickens, ducks, geese, quails and even peacocks are produced right here on the farm; they just don’t come any fresher. Our eggs can be purchased on any Saturday or Sunday after 9 in the morning.
We also produce our own real local honey, jam and jelly. During our Fall Harvest Festival, we have our concession stand up and running with wonderful BBQ and our own cooked squash.
Please come visit us. We’re located in the northwest part of Las Vegas on the corner of Tenaya and Grand Teton. The address is 7222 W. Grand Teton Drive, Las Vegas, NV 89131. Click here for a map and directions. You can reach us by phone at 702-982-8000.
Bring the kids (they’re some of our biggest fans) and enjoy yourself, just like we have for close to 50 years. Nothing much has changed and most people think that is our appeal.
I hope you’ll keep coming back to THE FARM as well as our website. We’ve added a sign-up form for our monthly newsletter, and you can catch up with us on Facebook now, too.
We have a lot of work to do, and like everything here on THE FARM, we want to do it right.
Thank you. We look forward to seeing you out here soon!
Email Us: [email protected]