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A Call For Help
I received an email the other day from Dale Ruebush, who was featured in FARM SHOW a few issues ago (Vol. 38, No. 6) with Babe, his giant 14-year-old Holstein steer that stands 6 ft. 2 in. tall.
  “We are located in the mountains of Central Idaho, an area that has been ravaged this summer by forest fires. The barn which contained our entire year’s supply of hay was destroyed, although our home escaped damage. The smoke is still so thick here that I’m afraid it will compromise the health of our animals, who do not have a place to go to get away from the smoke.
  “We would like to find a new home for Babe, who has been a unique part of our Christian ministry. We work with troubled teens and adults at conferences and events. Babe is very gentle and saddle-broken. He has a great personality that has made a difference in many people’s lives.
  “We’re hoping to recoup some of the financial resources we have invested in him through the years. We would give Babe to the person who offers the highest reasonable donation for him and also agrees to take care of him until his death of old age. If interested, contact: C. Dale Ruebush, P.O. Box 881, Kamiah, Idaho 83536 (ph 208 926-0889 or email: ihei777@gmail.com).

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2015 - Volume #39, Issue #5