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Work Horse Farm


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around to find the perfect spot for them on the farm, and once he does they don’t want to be separated from their compatible companions. Diane is in the process of working towa rd t heir exot ic a ni ma l l ic en se a nd a 501C , non-prof it status. They have built more habitats and attended to other requirements of the license and status, which, if received, might enable them to host more visitors and accept volunteers and contributions for animal feed and care. Work Horse Farm Rescue & Exotics is surrounded by woods and fields on a pond and creek near the Choptank River on the Mid-Shore of Maryland. The sounds of peacocks, geese, horses and ducks filled my dreams the night of the interview. To learn more about this fascinating rescue farm, contact Nick and Diane at 410-479-9750. Visits to the farm are by appointment only. Stop by and see them at the Talbot County Fair in July or other county fairs this summer. Bonna L. Nelson is a Bay-area writer, columnist and photographer. With a master’s degree in liberal studies and English, she has taught both memoir and creative writing. She resides with her husband, John, in Easton, Maryland.


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