The allure of Carpe Diem Farms extends across generations.
Article Author: Sue Blair - Carpe Diem Farms
There’s nothing sleepy about life on the farm.
Live Music is back on the Village Green! A pair of concerts, August 6 and August 20, will keep the beat going. For more information, go to VillageGreenCashiersNC.com.
Sue provides us with updates on the beloved Battersea Tracy, a horse suffused with an astonishing tenacity; and sweet Jethro, the canine tornado who’s assumed the role of Carpe Diem Farms’ tail-wagging greeter.
Everyone – horses, people, the landscape, even baby birds – are reveling in the generosity of the season.
With all the joyous abandon of a horse galloping across a pasture just for the fun of it, Carpe Diem Farms celebrates 30 years of a unique bond between wonderful equines and the people who love them.
The arrival of Jethro is an emphatic declaration that Carpe Diem Farms is happily going to the dogs.
Carpe Diem Farms takes a moment (just a moment!) to reflect upon 29 years of brightening the lives of horses and the people who love them.
The horses of Carpe Diem Farms celebrate the arrival of Christmas with an abundance of Holiday Cheer – they’re healthy and happy.
This Thanksgiving, we’re grateful to our herd of noble, gracefully aging horses and, of course, the people who love them. For more information, call (828) 526-4752, visit carpediemfarms.org, or stop by the farm, 544 Western Rhodes Drive in Highlands.