Posted by Kathryn on May 28, 2011 in Donkeys, ERF rescues | 0 comments
Belle and Lena are two ERF donkeys who joined our herd back in June 2008 with their Mum Nanette ( see here). We were extremely happy when we were able to place them locally in a great home where they have received fabulous care and Lena was able to have her foal, Vinnie, safely.
Sadly, things change and we now need to find these two donkeys a new home for reasons outside anyone’s control....
Grace has returned to the ERF fold after her previous guardians have had to return to the UK. We are now looking for a permanent guardian who can bring her on and give her a secure future.
Grace was born whilst her mum was with ERF and spent her first few months in our care. Sunrise was rehomed when the mushroom farm that she provided manure for closed down. She had a foal at foot and was in foal...
Posted by Kathryn on Dec 9, 2010 in ERF rescues | 0 comments
Yesterday we said goodbye to ERF donkeys Wilbur & Piona as they headed off to their new Guardians, Carolyn and Eddie, to live in the Gers.
When their previous Guardians found that they had to relocate with their work, they had to make the very sad decision that they couldn’t take the donkeys with them and so had to hand Wilbur and Piona back to ERF.
We are very happy and grateful that...
Posted by Kathryn on Oct 12, 2010 in Association News | 0 comments
We’ve been beavering away behind the scenes to bring together our website and our blog which until now have resided on two different domains, and we hope you like the result!
On this site you will find all the information that we believe is important – what we do, how we do it and why we do it. Our popular blog can be found on the menu bar on the far right. And, at last, all the...
Posted by Kathryn on Oct 5, 2010 in ERF Campaigns | 11 comments
As ERF visit markets and welfare cases, we often need to find the owners of animals or check the history of the animals that we see. As all equines in France now have to be chipped by law, we need to purchase at least one hand-held microchip scanner for the team.
The cost of scanners has fallen rapidly recently and they are now available for as little as 150€. If only 30 people give 5€...