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October 15, 2010


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Mimi S

What a GREAT video! Thank you for all you do!

Kathy Beck

Oh my gosh, I just found these wonderful videos!! And I adopted a turkey last year and it was Daphne! I got to see her on this video, what a treat! Thank you Farm Sanctuary. I wish there was a farm sanctuary in Texas and I would volunteer there!

Nancy Perretti

I love your videos. Thank you for all you are doing to help these animals. I became a vegan 4 months ago and am so passionate about it. I adopted a turkey this year what a thrill. I want to bring my daughter to the santuary it will be a first for the both of us. thanks again for all you do


I love your videos very much.


i am now a vegetarian!!! thanks to you i now know that eating animals is not the right thing to do!! vegetarians = awesomeness!!!! :P

Christina Fairman

You guys rock! We met Velma and the others last weekend at the Farm. What sweethearts! Thanks for all you do. Love the videos, keep them coming!

Paulette Kirby

Very nice video. Yes, 'we' are all individuals. I try to share extras withy th outdoor turkeys near my home on Thanksgiving. This is part of my thanks.


hi, i have a lamb in 4-h and i support not eating meat sooo much, but my mom just won't let me take it out of my diet :( poor animals


I am a vegetarian. :D
I like your videos very much.

so cute!!!!!
Sanctuary Tails.. wonderful .


I am a vegetarian. :D
I like your videos very much.

so cute!!!!!
Sanctuary Tails.. wonderful .

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