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August 12, 2010

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Lis Anna

I LOVE the animals and the people at the Farm Sanctuary!

Kathleen MacCarthy

Thanks for sharing this beautiful video.

Slund7

This was wonderful!!! :) I have never had the experience to see how much farm animals respond to people in the same way pets do. Very enlightening :)

marah

OH THIS WAS WONDERFUL! thank yu for doing this so those of us who cannot visit the sanctuary get to see how our money is spent or used...... this is so great and i cant wait for the next one! it made me cry happy too, im so happy these animals can live wonderful lives now....... they deserve it

Mary Ellen Skinner

Love Love Love It! Can't wait to see more!

Kristen

love love love Farm Sanctuary! I finally got to visit the NY site in June and it is definitely one of my fave places in the world! It warms my heart to see animals treated with love.

carolyn - fan of farm sanctuary

JUST BEAUTIFUL! AS IT SHOULD BE - ANIMALS LIVING ON THEIR OWN TERMS ON THIS EARTH. THEIR NEEDS AND INSTINCTS FULFILLED! CALVES WERE PRECIOUS AS WERE ALL THE OTHERS. I AM SO HAPPY YOU ARE DOING THIS SERIES AND LOOK FORWARD TO THE NEXT.

FARM SANCTUARY- YOU ARE SOOOOOO GREAT! SPENDING TIME WITH THE ANIMALS HELPED ME GO VEGETARIAN AND NOW ALMOST 90% VEGAN THANKS TO THE COW I SPENT TIME WITH ON THE FARM, MS. FOREMAN. I AM SO APPRECIATIVE THAT I COULD VISIT WITH THE ANIMALS!

Michelle

Wonderful to see the animals so free to live their natural lives. Can't wait to see more!

Helen Gaynor

Beautiful. Series? Animal planet?

jana kaplan

i can't wipe the stupid grin off of my face. that was lovely. i wish i lived there! :)

Karen

Truly heartwarming! Thank you for bringing life at Farm Sanctuary to
us through these videos. Seeing these beautiful farm animals now living in such joy, peace and contentment makes you feel good all over. I'll watch this again and again.

Heather

This makes me happy :)

Mirja Bishop

I'm wiping away the tears. This is how our animals should be treated. Thank you for sharing this with us and bless you for the work that you are doing on behalf of farm animals.

Joanne Ehret

I think of you all when I hear that lovely traditional classical music piece, "Sheep May Safely Graze."

Lisa

I really enjoyed watching the animals and how they live on the farm. The video is also really well made!
Thanks!

Dar

The video is beautiful - if only everyone who chooses meat for their menu could see how happy these guys are, how their lives were meant to be, maybe, just maybe, one or two of them would choose to give them a gift of a long, happy life instead of such a cruel, shortened one. Thank you for making the video and for all of your hard work, the animals of Farm Sanctuary are very lucky to have you.

Terhi

What a wonderful video. I look forwad to seeing more! Thank you for all you do at Farm Sanctuary.

Deb Hollm

Fantastic video!! I'll be watching for it monthly.
Filmed so well. Loved the goats eye view shot, and seeing the groups mosying (sp?)along

Susan Johnson

Very nice. Loved watching this.

Ellie Morse

How beautiful! I've visited FS twice from Texas and it personifies Eden! I can't wait to show this to my third graders when school begins next week! Thank you for this demonstration of compassion=

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