I boarded my horse at Voight Farms for approximately 2 years. I ended up moving to the west coast and decided not to move my elderly horse with me. I was assured by Jenny Voight that she would be well taken care of. I paid her board on time or early and I even paid for extra grain. I had numerous phone calls with Jenny and was assured that Gracie was doing great. I met Jenny when I was a teenager and completely trusted her. Everything changed abruptly when I had a rescue come to the farm to take recent pictures of Gracie. She was 100 pounds underweight and needed to be moved immediately. Jenny denied any wrong doing by claiming that my horse had terrible teeth. The SPCA was contacted and they completed their investigation. They found neglect and notated their records. Any subsequent reports of abuse will result in prosecution of animal abuse.
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