7/2001 - 6/2016
Daisy was born in July 2001 and left us suddenly in June 2016. Daisy lived a full life between that little dash.
Every year for her birthday, we had a huge celebration known as Daisy Fest. In 2016, it took on a whole new meaning and is now a reason to celebrate the amazing life Daisy had and the amazing little person she was.
A huge advocate for animals, Daisy and her mother Andrea, were some of the first founders of the dog rescue Seniors Rock Saving the Seniors. She helped rehabilitate, foster and re-home over 17 dogs.
DaisyFest is a chance for us to enjoy each other and things Daisy loved, as well as, raise money for animals in need. This is done in honor of Daisy and to keep her legacy alive.
We receive donations from local businesses all over Wisconsin and do multiple sized raffles.
People come from all over to celebrate, party, swim, ride horses, play games, spend money for a good cause, eat an amazing pig roast made by Uncle Gus, drink, shoot, honor and remember. All for the sake of animals in need!!
Daisy Acres is excited to announce that we have applied for 501(c)3 non profit status. We have received our Wisconsin Tax ID and currently we are waiting for our Federal verification.
Daisy Acres’ mission is to provide a safe, compassionate, and inclusive environment that promotes emotional, mental, and physical healing by learning about and spending time with horses and other farm animals for individuals and groups.