Longmeadow’s Barn Buddy Twister is helping other horses and farm animals get a second chance at life with his new talent: Painting! Purchase a Twister Original and you, too, will help abused, neglected and abandoned horses and farm animals find rescue and rehabilitation at Longmeadow.
Longmeadow is open to the public every Friday from noon to 3 p.m. and every Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. with no reservation needed. Please follow all safety protocols and wear a face mask while on our property. If you are interested in a private tour, please call 314-646-5686.
Learn to Ride
Longmeadow has beginner to advanced lessons available in multiple disciplines. Lessons are available for anyone interested in advancing their riding and horsemanship skills, whether you’ve adopted from Longmeadow or you’re dreaming of a horse of your very own.
Careers at Longmeadow
Longmeadow and Humane Society of Missouri have a number of available job openings. We are looking for people who care about the animals they are working with daily and who want to help find these caring animals a new home.
Find out the latest news and what’s happening around Longmeadow.
Permanent Longmeadow resident Cruiser celebrated his first birthday on Aug. 16, 2022, surrounded by Longmeadow and Humane Society of Missouri staff and volunteers, along with his friend Twister. He even got to enjoy a special cake made just for him! To watch a video...
On July 19, the Humane Society of Missouri’s Animal Cruelty Task Force traveled to Jasper County to pick up two horses that were being surrendered by their owner.
Longmeadow’s next Wagon Days events are coming up this fall!