Apifera Farm is home to artist Katherine Dunn and landscaper Martyn Dunn. Located in mid coast Maine, Apifera takes in needy animals but also shares them with elder people. They are a 501[c][3]. Contact with questions.
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I usually do the spring fundraiser in early March but the world is so upside down and I hesitated to ask for money when there is so much worldwide need and suffering. But life goes on in the barnyard because of your support. I will be giving away some prints and even if you share now before I announce those you will be eligible to win.
Costs are higher than ever, hay prices are expected to be high due to gas prices, our electric bill alone went up 20%, cat litter has gone wonkers, and fencing and building supplies are rising.
Martyn and I do not take salaries out of the non profit. All money is put to direct use for the farm, animals, vets and maintenance. We do not charge our elders at Maine care facilities for our animal visits, and only ask for donations from private non medicare homes.
We love what we do. We've been taking in elder/needy animals since 2004. A lot of love, a lot of loss, a lot of beautiful moments-we are grateful for your support! All donations are tax deductible.
#EIN# 82-2236486 
You can donate on Facebook [no fees are taken by FB]
You can donate on the blog through Paypal [small fee taken]
Or if you prefer a check, please make it to Apifera Farm Inc.
and post to Katherine Dunn, 315 Waldoboro RD, Bremen ME 04551.

If you prefer to wire money, email me and I can send you the directions.
One of the most important things around here is food, combined with love...and money! Your support helps us continue to help old animals. I was so thrilled to see that when I took of old Matilda's two winter coats this week, she looked amazing! We were concerned last spring as she came out of winter looking thin and rough coated. She had lost lots of weight in her hind and ribs. We altered her Cushing medicine, did major , multiple teeth floatings and kept seeking the right supplemental feed she liked [she's picky!]. I really thought it might be her last winter but I'm so pleased to see all that effort paid off for her and us. Matilda is 30. She came to us when we were out west and she had been bred yearly but was not given adequate feed and was ill kept and living on straw. Her feet were horrible and it took almost a year to get them back in shape.
The Teapot and Teddy made their first visit together. Teapot & Teddy Days will become a regular gig!
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