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A Glimpse into Peaceful Pastures' Year 2023 Statistics and Mission



Numbers are crunching and fingers are punching!  I am thrilled to take this opportunity to offer a glimpse into the profound impact of Peaceful Pastures and our unwavering commitment to ending cruelty towards donkeys. Our mission is rooted in the ethos of rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming abused, neglected, and malnourished donkeys, striving to address a pressing need and effecting positive change.


While the reality of not being able to rescue every donkey weighs heavily on our hearts, we are equally dedicated to educating the public about donkeys, the pervasive issue of abuse, the complexities of the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) situation, and the profoundly distressing trader/kill pen industry. We firmly believe that education is a catalyst for change, and through a multifaceted approach encompassing events, tours, social media outreach, written materials, and volunteer opportunities, we endeavor to empower individuals to immerse themselves in learning about donkeys, the hardships they endure, and the remarkable transformations they undergo through love and kindness.


In the spirit of transparency and accountability, I am pleased to share a selection of the numbers that underscore our efforts. However, for a more comprehensive understanding of our impact, I invite you to anticipate the forthcoming release of our Annual Impact Report and Strategic Plan, which will provide a deeper dive into our initiatives and their outcomes. Stay tuned for an in-depth exploration of our journey and the strides we are making toward a future where donkeys are treated with the compassion and respect they so rightfully deserve.


Rescuing Hope, Restoring Happiness & Where Second Chances Blossom - Peaceful Pastures Donkey Rescue is a 501(c)(3) dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming donkeys that have endured abuse, neglect and starvation.




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Just happened upon a Utube video of a lovely little 5 year old mule getting her feet trimmed for the FIRST time. Having had a horse for 16 years & being around many others those years I know how important having a GOOD, kind, empathic farrier really is.

Your farrier is a real "keeper" (high praise)! What you and she do for these animals is beyond heroic! I follow/donate to Chilly Pepper Miracle Mustangs - another wonderful gal who goes above and beyond.

What it takes to do the work that you do - well, I get it - hope your rescue continues for as long as its needed. And I realize the day that rescues arent needed likely wil…

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