Indoor/Outdoor

Many of us have lots of experience with pets. We know they love their people, and the one thing that makes them the most happy is to just be with you - curled up by the fire, on the couch watching TV with you, or in the middle of the kitchen floor while …
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Every picture tells a story

Our beloved rescue horse Chase has come so far since we first got him in 2014. When he first arrived at SALI's Farm, all we saw were his bones outlining his deplorable condition. First thing was to introduce him to Badger.....
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Happy New Year

Just thinking about all we've accomplished in 2016 at the farm makes me tired :) If we could put all of our energies and passion into a bottle - we would make a fortune selling it. Instead you’ve given that gift for free to help children and animals. Tha…
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A chick named Louise

At the farm, people are often confused why we haven't changed Louise's name to a boy's name, for example Lou? And after our press release on Louise in late January, we started fielding many comments that were upset over his girl's name. Hence the reas…
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Jamaica

​How can such a small being make such a huge impact in so many lives? Our beautiful Jamaica died last week. I found her dead inside her outdoor rabbitat on Wednesday on her side fully stretched out. I've talked to a few rabbit rescue people and they think…
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Ellie

I still can't believe we lost Ellie. She survived months with a deformed leg, then full recovery from her amputation surgery only to succumb to a blasted respiratory failure. She always had a difficult time with her breathing, but the recent heat wave too…
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We got a call

It is Sunday morning [Aug 6th] and we got a call that a farmer is ready to give up a blind cow to us. And we asked if we could take one of her friends which happens to be a .....
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Healing Hearts One Rooster Hug at a Time

When I first started SALI's Farm, I had a picture in mind of helping many different species of animals. But I never pictured what the health care would look like. Well, now I have a better idea and it is awesome! We have a whole team of volunteers at t…
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Squeeze Chute

It's gotta be around 8 years ago that I started to read Temple Grandin's books and learned about her research into the common traits of animals (especially cows) and autism. When Gracie and Peanut came to our farm sanctuary, I was excited to see her rese…
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