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Welcome to

Legacy Farmstead 

Impacting the lives and legacies of Veterans and First Responders, along with their families, who are battling PTSD and chronic stress from repeat exposure to trauma through rescue horses, other animals, and farmsteading

in a retreat-like setting. 

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Our mission is to impact the lives and legacies of Veterans and First Responders, along with their families, who are battling PTSD and chronic stress from repeat exposure to trauma through rescue horses, other animals, and farmsteading

in a retreat-like setting. 

For Veteran and First Responder families it is absolutely free to come stay for a retreat.  Spend at least a weekend disconnecting and staying in one of our beautifully decorated houses with hilltop gorgeous views.  Enjoy farm fresh eggs, spend time grooming and loving on horses, learn about beekeeping, feed the mini cows, pigs, and goats. Just sit and take it all in at the top of the rock fire pit.  Not all guests will feel drawn to the same part of the farmstead so it is our goal to make each experience unique and special with what they are interested in.

If you would like to be involved as a guest or as a partner, we urge you to come visit and see for yourself why we feel God has blessed this place and is using it for His glory!

Once our guests have experienced the farmstead for the first time through a weekend retreat, we highly encourage them to come back and be apart of our community here by spending time with our horses on a regular basis.  Why is equine therapy so effective for Veterans and First Responders?  PTSD and chronic stress unmanaged typically leads to a daily emotional battle that eventually leads toward substance abuse and other damaging coping mechanisms. Equine therapy has been proven to provide emotional stability and allow people to open up in ways a traditional therapy method never can.  Reduced stress because of the interactions with horses is just one of the many benefits that aid in long term mental health and recovery.  

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Around the Farmstead