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Humble Beginnings

Living Anew Farm began in Northern Illinois when Paul and I shared our dreams and visions to combine horses, personal growth, professional development and community outreach.  We realized that we could merge our experiences, qualifications, and passions to serve others with the animals we love. It was there, in Illinois, that we first began providing EAP (equine assisted psychotherapy), holding retreats, assisting cancer survivors and others facing life challenges.


It was years in the making and we talked, planned, and worked hard to make this dream come to fruition. Finally, we relocated to the family farm in central Wisconsin. Talking with health professionals in the community, we recognized that there was a need for this type of complimentary therapy in central Wisconsin. Our farm is located directly off State Highway 73 on about 30 acres of beautiful countryside in the Village of Neshkoro.


 Living Anew Farm, LLC offers horsemanship instruction and clinics to horse owners of all levels and abilities. Instruction emphasizes partnership with the horse, improving communication and application of the aids, ground work and how it directly relates to riding.


Counseling services are available by experienced licensed professionals including individual psychotherapy, couples counseling & medical hypnosis.

Click here to meet some of our animals!


We invite you to visit us...

Living Anew Farm  

We are dedicated to serving our community with professionalism, compassion, respect and dignity. We believe that we can only take people as far as we are willing to go ourselves.


Living Anew Farm welcomes tours of the farm. You can meet our animals as well as find out more about the many benefits of equine assisted therapy, growth, and learning for all people as well as our holistic approach to improved well-being.

Living Anew Farm offers customized horsemanship instruction to meet the needs & goals of individuals & groups.



If you are a health professional with a client or patient who might benefit from equine

therapy services and would like to learn

more about the benefits of what we

provide, we would love to hear from you.  630-479-6589

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