Summer Fun Day Fundraiser 2014

Summer Fun Day

Come join us for a relaxing day at the farm! Meet the rescued animals of SASHA Farm and hear their stories. From heartbreaking circumstances to a life of safety and freedom. Help us raise money so we can keep caring for the animals and save more.
Guided Tours, Vegan Bake Sale, Bounce House for the Kids, Face Painting, Balloon Twister, Strolling Magician. Catered vegan lunch served at 1pm.
 
Advance tickets available here:https://secure.acceptiva.com/?cst=d2d9e7
*Cash admission at the door.
 
Adults $20 Kids under 10 $15 (includes a vegan lunch)
*Seeking vegan baked goods. Email info@sashafarm.org
*Please do not bring dogs for your animal's safety and ours.

SASHA Farm Director Dorothy Davies Interviewed In VegNews Magazine!

Congratulations to our Founder and Director Dorothy Davies for her interview in the new issue of VegNews Magazine. The article is called "Women Who Run Sanctuaries." http://mobile.epaperflip.com/?docid=04e18928-3985-4d35-ad8a-a347014fddd5&page=0#{}

Veg News Magazine

Former Cockfighting Roosters Seized in Cleveland Will Receive Rehabilitation and A New Life

Former Cockfighting Roosters

On June 19, 2014 twelve new roosters arrived at SASHA Farm and things would never be the same. We are learning about the horrific things people do to roosters just for their entertainment. In May we received an email from the Cleveland Animal Protective League about some very special roosters that needed to be placed in new homes. We were committed to helping. Fifteen total birds were seized from a disbanded cockfighting ring. Most of the birds bear the sad appearance of shaved bellies and legs, clipped spurs, combs cut-off and missing eyes and/or blindness. These cruel alterations and injuries followed these reported circumstances:

Blind Cow Born On A Dairy Farm Escapes Euthanasia!

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A few months ago we received an email from a city in Northern Michigan about a blind cow born on a dairy farm. The woman who contacted us was the farmer’s daughter. The farmer wanted to euthanize the cow but his daughter would not let him. She pleaded with him and kept him alive for a year. She wanted to find a place for Stevie where someone would take the time to work with disability. We agreed to take Stevie because his circumstance is so unique and we know special needs animals can be hard to place.

Stevie is a year old and has learned to depend on his hearing to compensate for his blindness. He also has begun to learn the perimeter of his new barn and yard. He knows where his food is but with every step we take we have to remain consistent with all that we do for Stevie. Stevie’s accommodations will always have to be taken into consideration to maintain that he has a good quality of life. Cows can live to be in their 20’s. Stevie will need a lifetime of care. At SASHA Farm we realize the importance and the challenges of taking on special needs animals. Despite the hard work that goes into doing that we would not have it any other way. When people are blind we do not simply discard them so why should we do that to animals?

Sheep Destined for Slaughter Is Rescued!

Runaround Sue_Intro

For Immediate Release

Sheep Destined for Slaughter on the Loose in Saline Neighborhood Is Rescued by Local Michigan Farm Animal Sanctuary-SASHA Farm.

Manchester, Michigan – July 4, 2014

On the early morning of June 21, 2014 SASHA Farm employees headed to a Saline neighborhood to help catch a sheep that had been tromping through everyone’s backyard for a couple weeks. After spending all morning chasing after her with the help of a few neighborhood residents she was caught and loaded into the SASHA Farm trailer.

Over a week ago SASHA Farm began receiving calls from the Humane Society and Saline residents reporting that a sheep was on the loose and attempts to catch her were unsuccessful. A family purchased the sheep to slaughter for meat and she was kept in their yard until she broke free. The sheep has tags on each ear and spray paint down her back, so she was clearly marked for slaughter. The family realized the sheep was causing problems by running loose through their neighbor’s yards. They asked us to help catch her but we only agreed if she was surrendered to us so we could see to it she was never slaughtered.

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August 3rd, 2014

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Director Dorothy Davies Featured in VegNews Magazine!

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Manchester, MI 48158