2024 MHARF Calendars are now available!

The 2024 twelve-month Minnesota Hooved Animal Rescue Foundation Calendar is a high-quality, full-color, spiral-bound calendar full of photos and stories of horses who have come through our program. It makes a great gift! All proceeds go to the horses and other animals at MHARF. (Calendars will be available for shipping by the first week of November.) Calendars will also be available at our Fall Tack Sale in October and our Holiday Sale in December. Use the Convenient Drop-Down Menu Below to Order with PayPal or Credit Card.

(Calendars can also be ordered by mail and paid for by check. Please mail check to MHARF, PO Box 47, Zimmerman, MN 55398. If ordering by mail, please CONTACT US HERE to let us know so we can be sure your order goes out in a timely manner. Thank you!)

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Holiday Gift Sponsorships Now Available!

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Order the $35.00 MHARF Holiday Gift Sponsorship for the horse lover in your life today! The sponsorship gift package will include one of our beautiful 2024 calendars and a full-color certificate. We will ship the sponsorship gift package right to your gift recipient or we can ship it to you to give in person. When we receive your order, we will email you within 48 hours to confirm your shipping instructions. Thank you for your support this holiday season!

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MHARF Geld ’Em Bumper Stickers!

Our popular “Geld ‘Em” bumper stickers are back! 11.5″ x 3.75″ stickers are great for cars, trucks, trailers and more. Ordering is easy with the button below! Use the drop down menu for quantity discounts. Payment can be made by PayPal or Credit Card. Prices include shipping! If you want to order stickers and pay by check, please Contact Us Here for instructions.

“Horse owners can promote equine welfare by becoming educated on castration practices and working proactively to address widespread concerns of the unwanted horse. If the goal is to continue to improve a breed and minimize the number of horses that fail to meet expectations, the surgical procedure of castration should be utilized to decrease the number of unwanted horses. Horse owners can act responsibly by putting the horse first.”  -American Assoc. of Equine Practitioners