* mileage over 50 mile radius is $3.50 a mile each way
If the horse is delivered to Rolling Acres, deduct $150.00 from the cremation price.
Removal from Kansas State University or University of Missouri vet colleges, add $250.00
Rolling Acres requires notification in advance of or immediately following your
companion's passing or we will be unable to provide our services. Prompt notification is
necessary to ensure your companion's dignity is maintained.
There is an additional fee of $200 for removals outside of Monday-Friday 9 AM to 4 PM,
Saturday after 12 Noon, as well as Sundays and holidays.
Additional fees may apply for difficult removals and will be at the sole discretion of Rolling
Acres Staff. Prices subject to change without notice.
15 July 2016
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Horse and Large Animal Cremation
Horse owners in Missouri, Kansas and other states can choose dignified whole-horse
cremation services for their equine companion.
Rolling Acres Memorial Gardens has the ability to cremate horses up to 1800 pounds in their
equine crematory which was designed to perform cremations for horses and large animals.
Rolling Acres provides gentle, dignified and respectful removal.
After success in providing the finest aftercare for small animals, and having our own equine
partners, a decision was made to provide this same professional aftercare for the horse
community. Horse owners are comforted in knowing their beloved friend will be handled by
Rolling Acres in a compassionate, dignified and ethical afterlife care manner.
Private Horse Cremation:
The horse is cremated all by itself. No other pets are present in the cremation chamber
during the cremation process. All of the cremated remains are then retrieved, processed,
and returned to the family in a wooden urn made in Montana, USA.
Communal Horse Cremation:
The horse or large animal is cremated with other pets and the cremated remains are spread
on the cemetery grounds, in the Prairie View Garden, at Rolling Acres.