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The Good Shepherd Ranch

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A Unique Venue & Equine Facility~

(520) 990-2041

atagoodshepherd@aol.com 

Details about The Good Shepherd Ranch

Contact us

Owners David & Francesca Alliman

By Email:
General information  -
 atagoodshepherd@aol.com 

For Weddings & Events -
EventswithGSR@aol.com

Donating or adopting a horse -
Ahome4everyhorse@aol.com 

By Phone:
1 (520) 990-2041


Visiting The Ranch

Thinking of a visit

Want to visit the Good Shepherd Ranch?

We would be happy to have you!


Please just keep in mind we go by appointment only.


There is never a dull moment around here. 

So we can accommodate you, please schedule a visit.


Our Address is:

12880 South Baldwin Lane

Tucson, Arizona


Directions 

From Phoenix:

Take I-10 to the Avra Valley exit (don't take the Marana exit) head west (right) on Avra valley, take it to Sandario (across from the Marana airport) make a left, take Sandario to the end (Ajo/Hwy 86) make a right, turn left on Sierrita Mountain road, about 4-5 miles you will see Scotland (3/4 mile past the gas station called the Giant) make a right on Scotland, left at Cherokee, right on Parkin, left at Baldwin (look for the small Good Shepherd Ranch sign on the pole) turn left there, go to end, road dead end's into the Good Shepherd Ranch.


From Tucson:

Take Ajo west/Hwy 86. Turn left at Sierrita Mountain road, about 4-5 miles you will see Scotland (3/4 mile past the gas station called the Giant) make a right on Scotland, left at Cherokee, right on Parkin, left at Baldwin (look for the small Good Shepherd Ranch sign on the pole) turn left there, go to end, road dead end's into the Good Shepherd Ranch.



*For horse trailers we have a loop drive & plenty of room*



Appointment info

Info to schedule a visit

*Appointments - Would love to have you. We do go by appointment only. So please call or email to schedule your visit. 

*Our visiting hours -  are by appointment only but can be scheduled on the following days between listed hours, if available:

Monday    9am-6pm
Tuesday    9am-6pm
*Wednesdays -  we don't take appointments
Thursdays     9am-6pm
Fridays    9am-6pm 
Saturdays    9am-6pm
*Sundays -  we observe the Sabbath & devote our day to God & spending time with family. 



About us

A little more about us

Behind it all

All this has been possible because of Christ who strengthens us. 

Philippians 4:13 


God always provides - and because of that we constantly have great people supporting & helping us with the daily operations of the Ranch.


God, Faith, Family & Friends are what keep this Ranch & all of its ventures successful! 


The Good Shepherd Ranch was Established in 1999


Named that because we strive to represent the Good Shepherd (Jesus Christ) in the way we care for animals & folks like you!

 

Owned/Operated by:

David & Francesca Alliman

Are so grateful & passionate about their work with the horses & their lives at the Ranch. 


God has gifted us with this lovely place while on Earth. 

And we love to share the blessing.


Our passion for God,  family, & horses, brings us much joy!


David & Francesca work everyday to build on the Ranch, for their Family & for every horse or guest that crosses our path, 

for the glory of the One who provides it. 


Our mission: 

*Be a working proof of Gods grace & love


*To Share & grow the Good Shepherd Ranch


*To share our knowledge & experience 


*And to provide all Horses a purpose & place 


Our Philosophy: Well, we don't have a specific "Good Shepherd Ranch" philosophy, we know every horse & individual have different needs.


We hope to show the love & possibilities of Christ, to all. 


 Working to leave a very positive impact on the Horse industry.


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