Major Rescue at Neglectful Farm Sunday, October 11, 2015 Before: Momma and her piglets in a dank, stinky barn. Woodstock Farm Sanctuary has been called on to rescue and shelter six pigs, five sheep, and nine goats from a horrific cruelty case. A man had bought them and dozens of other animals at live auctions and was keeping them to slaughter them for his Mexican food restaurant. The conditions they were being kept in were squalid and they were allowed to breed so many of the animals being rescued are pregnant or with babies. As you know, we just moved so we were able to say yes to save some of the many who are being seized by local SPCA officials. After: sunshine, grass and love at our sanctuary But we didn’t plan on taking in more animals this year. Our immediate veterinary costs are estimated to be about $8,500 and we are building new fencing for the pigs which will be around $4,000. We sent staff and trucks up on Saturday October 10th to assist with the rescue and transport which was also costly. And we have immediate food needs including special food for some baby pigs and goats who are without their mothers. It’s also necessary to neuter the un-neutered males so as we stop the cycle of breeding. Our immediate emergency costs are $23,500. We did not budget for this. Can you please help today? For any gift of $200 or more, we will send you a photo of one of the rescued animals. For any gift of $500 or more, we will send you the photo and personalized updates as they settle in. For any gift of $2,500 or more, you can name one of our new lucky residents. Please help us save them.