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Shadarobah Horse Rescue farm closes for good, Friday.

Samuel Hoffman | The Journal Gazette
Shadarobah Horse Rescue attorney Cody Williams, center, talks with property owner Daryl Agler, left, and his lawyer Sam Jarjour, on Friday, after Allen County officers executed the eviction order. All of the horses have been removed from the site and Agler has taken possession of the farm.

Fort Wayne horse rescue operation evicted

All of the horses were moved off the Goshen Road property and are being cared for in temporary sites.

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