Animals can also play a very significant role in helping
children develop their EQ – Emotional Quotient, and their ability to feel and demonstrate empathy.
The importance of empathy…besides the obvious!
It might surprise you to learn that many farmed animals are incredibly intelligent. For example…
It’s finally summer in Canada and that means humidity, heat and more humidity!
If you spend any time with pigs, you’ll notice that sometimes they have hair…and sometimes they don’t.
Kitten season starts in early spring and ends in late October, and it’s when thousands of kittens are born to strays…
The “free” kitten you found online or got from your neighbour, may not be as free as you thought.
Every year, with your help, we rescue and help rehome over 350 cats and kittens.
Keeping our pigs’ tusks short and blunt is important for many reasons.
Keeping our residents well feed, year-round, is about maximizing their quality of life.
Hoof care is one of the most important routine “maintenance” procedures we do to keep our residents comfortable and healthy.