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Lucky gets a new name

Sep 6, 2019

This little baby duck was born in a hatchery factory back east and then shipped at one day old to a factory farm in Langley along with thousands of other baby ducks.  So the odds of this baby finding his way to a farm sanctuary were far greater than 1 in a million.   Lucky was badly […]

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Dinner in the Barn

Aug 30, 2019

I saw this photo (above) on Instagram and thought, “We could do that in our barn!” I asked the Kindred volunteers if anyone would like to stage our barn for a romantic dinner in the barn and Sandy Smith put up her hand!  A chef from Chris’ dragon boat team, Joyce May, offered to create and […]

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Camp Badger: Day 1

Aug 21, 2019

We spent the morning  in the ‘rabbitat’ with our six wonderful rabbits, learning all about rabbits in the wild and how we care for those at the farm. We then built our very own rabbit burrow fort in the forest behind the rabbitat. The campers worked as an industrious team to collect materials and assemble […]

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Lady Antebellum

Aug 8, 2019

We received a Facebook message:“Her name is Lady Amherst. She is a sweetheart follows me around like a puppy. My Tom is getting aggressive and I’m afraid he might hurt her. Lady has a sinus problem that I have been dealing with. This wet weather is hard on her so I have her in a dry pen away from […]

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Tuck-In Team turned True Friends

Jun 4, 2019

The Tuck In Dream Team “We’ll bake cookies, make coffee and watch the kids so you can write!” Sometimes we find our village in the least likely of places. This was the immediate response of my valued co-volunteer, and now dear friend, Tricia when I told her I had been tasked with writing about our […]

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Ruby Tuesday

Apr 7, 2019

Ruby came to us on a sunny day in July and we said our goodbyes to her on a beautiful sunny day in March. How could 9 months go by so fast? Summer, Fall and Winter in the blink of an eye and Spring just around the corner. So close, but it was not meant […]

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