Roaming over twenty acres of lush, green pasture at SASHA Farm are our largest ruminants; the cattle residents. Our main herd of various breeds are living happy and healthy lives, free and safe from the abuse and neglect they once knew. Read more about their amazing rescue stories below!
Apple, a beautiful Holstein, was raised on a beef farm. We do not really know how many calves were taken from her to be raised for beef nor the heartbreak that she and her calves went through as they were separated.
Bhima is a Gyr ox. He was born in November of 2010 and weighs about 2,200 pounds.
Daisy, a Black Angus, was pregnant when she came to SASHA in June of 2014, was rescued from a backyard butcher who was running a small slaughterhouse in Riga, Mich.
Daisy Belle is a female Holstein, born on a dairy farm.
Mr. Rogers is a magnificent looking Salers/Red Angus mixed breed, brown-ish red, with rather small horns.
Norman lived on a small farm in SE Michigan, where he was a companion to a senior horse.