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March 15, 2011


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MA Moore

Great video! When Leanne opens the gate, the animal's behavior reminds me of a group of children eagerly waiting to go play in the field. Love, Love, Love!

Lina Strindlund

It´s wonderful to watch this video, to see how the animals and people live and work. =)

But the background-music in the video sometimes is so loud it´s hard to hear what the woman says.

Wish you all the best! :)

Pei-Fang Fang

I hope some day soon all animals can live like this, side by side with their human companions. Thank you for doing this and showing to all people. More will follow your steps!

Marian Hailey-Moss

It's so great to see farm animals in a positive fun light as a vegan here - these are good videos to show to my carnivore friends and then serve a vegan dinner - They won't watch the horror DVD's I have about how farm animals are treated but they'll watch and gratitude. Marian Hailey-Moss

Gayle Shamel

Brilliant idea for the vrious episodes. All have ruined my mascara...if loving animals that much is worng then I don't want to be right.

Beryl Furman

A PARADISE! Watching this episode makes me remember my own youth doing the same thing in a small farm. How happy were the animals there, and how happy waI taking care of them. But such farms don't exist any more, only sanctuarys can offer animals a peaceful life with love and happiness.

Joyful Vegan

You guys are the best!!! Watching your videos make my day and I can watch them over and over again my heart will be warmed over and over again.
More power....

Lisa Harvey

Hey Leanne! You probably don't remember me but I interned there in 2004. we are from the same area, and I remember looking up to you so much! You taught me so many different things. The place still looks amazing and it looks like you are still doing an amazing job. Just wanted to say hey.
Lisa Harvey-then, Lisa Reznar


That was delightful. Some day I need to come visit, since I live about ten miles from you!

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