Below is a list of bigger things that we could really use here at the sanctuary:
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by Karen Gilligan, VP WBR
We currently are using a smaller tractor, but having a larger sized front end loader is necessary to keep the bigger corrals cleaned and rock free.
This is(was) our main ranch truck...that is no longer working. Having a TRUCK is a MUST at our sanctuary. Would anyone want to donate a 4x4 truck to the burro sanctuary?! What a great tax write off that would be!
We can never have enough of Senior grain and rolled oats:)
A truck full of hay delivered by Gateway for the burros!
Our Wish List
Here is a list of what we need to help make life for the burros awesome:
BALES OF HAY/ALFALFA - as many as you'd like to buy! They have big trucks to haul lots of bales:) If you can buy even just one bale of hay a week at the going price that would add up quickly and if enough good folks could get together to order that way we would always have a supply for the burros:)
Perhaps suggest it to co-workers or other family members!
ABSORBINE HORSE (BURRO) LINIMENT
We go through a gallon of this every two weeks. It is a big help to our senior burros to relieve their aching, stiff joints.
these are essential for the diet of the burros. It helps them to keep their systems cleaned out and helps prevent sand colic. We need the pellets not the powder form!
FLAT ROLLED OATS
EQUINE MINERAL BLOCKS
DOG FOOD (BAG OF DRY FOOD)
What we have need of is water troughs for the burros. The ones we currently have are getting quite old now, cracking, leaking... We need 75 gallon to 300 gallon troughs. The Rubbermaid brand is preferable as they are far more sturdy and durable. Water troughs are a MUST here for our burros!
As for the older troughs that we can replace, they are recycled and used as a raised garden for vegetables and flowers.
These,too, can be ordered directly from Gateway (see above contact info) They run approximately $100 a piece for the 12' panels/4 rail/galvanized
We can use any amount you'd like to purchase. They will deliver them here when we get our hay shipment from them!
If you'd like to help out by ordering directly through the store here is the information:
6259 Highway 178
Inyokern, CA 93527
CHECK FOR CURRENT PRICES!
THEY DELIVER TO US!
The main ranch house...desperately needs a new roof!
Your help with any of the items listed here would be so gratefully appreciated! What a wonderful way to help the burros!!
**RANCH TRUCK**TOP PRIORITY!!
The truck we currently have does not work...we are using a Toyota Previa mini van to haul hay to our burros. We have put quite a bit of money into getting our truck to run but it has finally "bit the dust"... Does anyone have a used truck (preferably 4x4) that you would like to donate to the sanctuary? It can be used as a tax write-off! Please pass the word out there to your family and friends!
PORTABLE SOLAR POWER SYSTEM
To provide power for a computer and lighting for shelters, remote areas of the sanctuary and during rescue missions in desolate desert back country.
GAS OPERATED AIR COMPRESSOR
we need this for filling the tires in the tractor and other vehicles! Don't forget that we are OFF the power grid!
Trying to sleep in the ranch house at night, we are deafened by the munching of termites in the 37 year old tin and 2x4 roof, terrified that the next gust of wind will have us in the open air.
MATERIAL FOR FENCES-
we need lots of T-posts, steel pipe (2") for fencing and some field fence
- Wooden fence posts 4x4 or larger
- corrugated metal sheeting for wind break walls, roofing, etc.
- 4 rail, 12 foot galvanized corral panels and gates
LARGE FRONT END LOADER / BACK HOE
we currently have a small sized Kabota tractor but we have a real need for a full sized one. We have many large boulders that are next to impossible to move. It would help us to move corral panels too!
- re-bars for foundation work
- Trojan L-16 cycle batteries for our solar battery bank
- a solar electric fence, solar charger and a 2" white poly wire
This versatile machine would be ever so useful up here to help us keep corrals cleaned!
Water troughs needed, all sizes are needed
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