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  • Begin Again Farms - Home for ailing and unwanted horses

    Rhonda Jackson of Harris County, Ga., started Begin Again Farms nearly 20 years ago. The farm rescues horses who have been victims of abuse and starvation, are suffering from illnesses and injuries, and offers them a place to rehabilitate and retire. Many horses heal and are suitable for adoption into loving homes.

Begin Again Farms - Home for ailing and unwanted horses

Rhonda Jackson of Harris County, Ga., started Begin Again Farms nearly 20 years ago. The farm rescues horses who have been victims of abuse and starvation, are suffering from illnesses and injuries, and offers them a place to rehabilitate and retire. Many horses heal and are suitable for adoption into loving homes.
Savanna Sturkie ssturkie@uga.edu