Upcoming Events


After serious consideration, we have decided to cancel our April 15th opening day tour. PLEASE CONSIDER COMING TO OUR SPRING SOCIAL ON MAY 20! Tickets are available from our website home page or below. Come on out May 20th and meet our over 250 rescued farmed animals! This year we welcome you to meet our newest residents the Jersey Five, five rescued male calves destined for veal as well as Daisy Bell, a tiny calf left to starve because she can’t reproduce. Of course Bhima is here and would love to meet you too! As a reminder: SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary is a non-profit 501(c)3 charity, we do not receive any public assistance and we rely solely on donations to support the animal sanctuary.

SASHA Farm Spring Social is May 20: BUY TICKETS BELOW!

Buy your tickets HERE!

Thank you for your support of SASHA Farm and all its animal residents. Bhima is ready for you, and the Jersey 5 and Daisy Belle and all their pals just can’t wait!!

  SASHA Farm Policy for Photographers/Artists Visitors to SASHA Farm Animal Sanctuary love to take pictures of the beautiful animals who live here, our green, rolling pastures, and our idyllic red barns. While we encourage visitors to take pictures for their own personal enjoyment, we do ask that professional photographers, videographers, and artists working in other visual mediums understand and agree to follow our photo policy. Photographers and other artists interested in visiting the sanctuary should understand and agree to the following points:
  • The artist’s work must support the sanctuary’s mission and include details of the sanctuary, our work and our mission, including a link to our website, in any literature or text accompanying their pieces.
  • At SASHA, we care for animals, including those previously destined for slaughter, without regard for personal benefit or enrichment. To this end, we ask that photographers and other artists seeking to sell their work donate a pre-determined amount to the sanctuary to help us care for the animals. We also encourage artists to donate an item(s) to our annual banquet auction.
  • When possible, copies of photographs or other work will be given to the sanctuary for unlimited use with credit given to the artist, when requested.
  • Before photographers and other artists may begin their work at the sanctuary, they must discuss their intentions with the sanctuary director and complete a contract. Please note that SASHA has a small staff and may not be able to accommodate all requests for tours or visits.
If you’re a professional photographer or visual artist interested in visiting the sanctuary, please contact us at info@sashafarm.org.