Sanctuary Farm Animals

Say hello to the new cows!

This summer, we took in three new cows. They are: Udderly Fantastic (aka Mr. Fantastic), Milk Dud, and Martha!

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Farm Animals

Animal Farm’s core focus is on bringing dogs and people together to end discrimination but preventing the suffering of any individual is important to us.¬†Because we are located on a large farm, we are happy to provide a safe sanctuary for rescued and retired cows, horses, and occasionally other animals in need. Some farm animals are with us for a short time if moving them to a pet home is a possibility, but for the most part, once they arrive, they stay with us for their natural life.¬†

We hope that interacting with friendly, funny, character-filled farm animals will increase awareness among visitors about the cruelty of factory farming.  When we can see the animals as individuals, we will care more about their suffering.


The horses at the farm are retired riding horses, some of which were set to be slaughtered due to their high cost of care. We have brought them to our farm where they can happily live out their lives.






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Our cows come from a variety of situations, some were rescued slaughter, others came to us because of family hardships. They will all live out their lives here at the farm.






Baby Girl

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More About Our Work

To meet our mission, and as a private operating foundation, Animal Farm Foundation creates positive change for dogs, people, and communities through our service dog program, shelter dog transport program, and community grants. We also provide lawmakers and policymakers with the information they need to create non-discriminatory laws and policies. If necessary, we work within the legal system to end breed-specific legislation. Additionally, we consult with and offer free resources to animal welfare workers and community advocates.