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August 12, 2010


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This was one of the most beautiful, moving videos I've ever seen. Amazing how the animals followed peacefully, without fear. Just like paradise!

MaryBeth Burton

Like so many others who have watched this video, I'm trying to remind people about the horrors of factory farming and therefore expose myself time and again to images of suffering and cruelty. This video is a much-needed reward for those of us who struggle with the searing images of factory farming. Thank you for reminding us that because of your incredible organization, some of its victims have been saved and are living as they should--in a pastoral setting among friends and caring human beings. Bless you all.


love this video! these animals have a wonderful life. thank you farm sanctuary for everything that you all do to help these animals that deserve a chance.

Mimi S

I have to agree with Sheila. Seeing all of those horrible films, clips of slaughterhouses, animal abuse, etc., I just really appreciate you giving us a chance to see how happy your animals are. They must know how truly blessed they are to know you and to be in your care. Thank you for all you do.

Katrina Martin

this was so beautiful!! thank-you Suzie


I loved watching this video! It was so neat to see the animals follow her to their new pastures! Thank you for all that you do!


This video is so beautiful ! It made me tear up , it just makes me so happy to see those animals so happy and peaceful!
You are a beautiful person , Susie !
I really hope sometime in the near future I can visit !

Anne Blowers

We visited the Farm Santuary in New York state several summers ago. It was so beautiful and peaceful. It makes my heart glad for the animals living there.

Cynthia Thomas

Thank you for giving them a wonderful home. I wish there were many more farm sanctuaries such as yours. You are doing a wonderful service to the animal world!


I L-O-V-E LOVED this video. It's so pretty there for the animals. You can see how they are all buddies and are very happy in their home. I will be visiting soon....


You guys are a blessing :)


Thank you for being so compassionate to these sweet animals. Just noticing how clean they all were made me weep. My heart is bursting with joy for them and sadness for the rest who aren't as blessed. There should be more people like you in the world.

Sabrina Strand

This video was posted on my birthday, and even though I just saw it now, I feel like it's a special birthday treat for me! I recently read Eating Animals by Jonathan Safran Foer and have now been a vegetarian for two weeks. Since you are one of the organizations mentioned in his important book, I visited your website and am now the proud sponsor of a California pig! Thank you for the beautiful work you do and please keep spreading awareness about the evils of factory farming.

With gratitude,

Christine Murray

Me and my 6 year old daughter love this and it makes us feel so good to see such compassion! Thank you so much' I am grateful there are people in the world like you!


Thank you for this video. It was a balm to my sore heart. I look forward to the next installment.


This was beautiful. Thanks for sharing!!

Sheila Delson

Dear Farm Sanctuary,
Thank you for this lovely video.
After all the horror stories, I really needed to see the animals
romping around and enjoying the fresh air & grass.
In the light of the recent egg recall, as well as the meat recall, is there anything being done in the animal right's community to try to connect these recalls with unhealthy factory farming practices?
For the animals,
Sheila Delson

Pamela Ziemann,Author 'Giving Voice to Your Cause'

Lovely video. This will surely help more people become vegan and the ripple effect goes on and on...





I loved watching this video. It's nice to see them being treated the way they should be.

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