Rolling Hills Farm Animal Sanctuary

is creating better lives and care for rescued farm animals

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We purchased our 30 acre southeastern PA property in 2016 with the intent of growing and raising our own livestock for food. After acquiring a few animals, we began to realize neither of us had the heart to even slaughter a rooster. From that point forward, we have both been following a plant-based diet and have come to realize how much of an impact that change has made to our health and the planet. Each and every animal has their own character, family, and ability to make affectionate relationships with people and each other. We began bringing in more animals that would have otherwise been intended for slaughter in order to provide them a safe place, compassion, and the best life possible in their most natural environment.

We both have full time jobs and families, but manage to provide the best care possible for every animal that makes its way to the sanctuary. Every donation helps to buy feed, medicine, veterinary care, and provide maintenance for our buildings and equipment. We are entering in the process of becoming a registered non-profit in the state of Pennsylvania and we are hoping to rescue and rehabilitate as many farm animals as possible that have been abused by the animal agriculture industry while educating our youth and community.
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When we reach $50, we will purchase the materials for a new cow building.
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We purchased our 30 acre southeastern PA property in 2016 with the intent of growing and raising our own livestock for food. After acquiring a few animals, we began to realize neither of us had the heart to even slaughter a rooster. From that point forward, we have both been following a plant-based diet and have come to realize how much of an impact that change has made to our health and the planet. Each and every animal has their own character, family, and ability to make affectionate relationships with people and each other. We began bringing in more animals that would have otherwise been intended for slaughter in order to provide them a safe place, compassion, and the best life possible in their most natural environment.

We both have full time jobs and families, but manage to provide the best care possible for every animal that makes its way to the sanctuary. Every donation helps to buy feed, medicine, veterinary care, and provide maintenance for our buildings and equipment. We are entering in the process of becoming a registered non-profit in the state of Pennsylvania and we are hoping to rescue and rehabilitate as many farm animals as possible that have been abused by the animal agriculture industry while educating our youth and community.

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