Four Way Farm provides solace for horses
By Caitlin Boland

Debbie Wright and Margaret Hill are shown with Roland, the latest acquisition who was rescued from Columbia County.
A 14-acre farm in Mitchell is providing a safe haven for retired or neglected and abused horses.
Four Way Farm, which sits at the four-way stop sign in Glascock County, was established in 2008 after Margaret Hill’s late husband, Albert, purchased the property for Hill to begin her equine rescue facility.
Horses have been my passion from an early age,” Hill said. “While growing up in England, I learned to ride and care for horses by doing odd jobs at a local stable and also at a rescue facility. It was while working there that I had the dream of being able to care for old and neglected horses if and when circumstances would allow me.”
Hill and her late husband moved to Mitchell from McDonough, Georgia, after their youngest daughter graduated high school and went to college.
At the time, Hill’s late husband was battling cancer.
“He wanted me to have my ‘dream,’” Hill said. “With the closure of slaughter houses, there are so many horses that are neglected because their owners cannot afford to keep them. Horses are the backbone of this country – “pony express” brought mail to people; horses pulled wagons across this great land; and I could go on! They deserve to be able to live a good life.”
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