Roof caves in on barn at nonprofit horse therapy ranch

BOZEMAN- Nonprofit Serenity Ranch, which provides equine therapy for women veterans, is trying to raise $300,000 after a barn roof caved under heavy snow.

The Serenity Ranch’s double mission is to take in unwanted horses while  providing equine therapy programs for female veterans.

The owners were asleep in bed in the early hours of the morning last week when a barn collapsed.

Thankfully no horses or people were inside at the time, although a hay truck inside the barn is likely crushed.

Owner Susanne Charter says replacing the barn is probably going to cost upwards of $300,000 and that is a financial burden she just can’t take on right now.