We would like to thank our supporters who brought treats for the animals to our Open House. Donations of meal worms, apples, gingersnaps, watermelon and other goodies were devoured by very appreciative animals.
If you were unable to attend our Open House, we still have tours through the end of October. Pick your day and register!
Our AmazonSmile Wishlist is used to showcase the current needs of the sanctuary. We also leave up the things that have been sponsored to show how much good can be done when we all pitch in. Currently, the sanctuary is in need of fly spray for the horses and SWAT for the farm pigs and potbelly pigs. These supplies help the caregivers ensure the comfort of the animals during fly season as they are applied daily. Please check out our AmazonSmile Wishlist for donations that will help the sanctuary operate.
Congratulations National Anti-Vivisection Society for making the 2018 Great Non-Profits List! Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary has been blessed to receive funding to help with rescue of criminally abused and neglected animals from NAVS for years. With each large-scale rescue we take on we know that NAVS will be there to support us not only with the cost of rescue and rehabilitation but also with the promoting of our work. Each rescue is followed up by NAVS with request for after pictures - pictures of the happy endings we provide. This is so important and we feel so supported that this amazing organization cares from beginning to happy end. Thank you NAVS for all you do!
Thanks to all of our adopters, we only have one cock righting roo still in our "temporary" coop that we had to construct to house all of the rescues.
Meet Cruise, one of our rescued cock fighting roosters. He came to us in late 2016 from the Youngstown area. A beautiful bird with personality!
If you have ever considered having a rooster to watch over your hens or thought you just might want to have one as a pet, please visit our adoption page to learn more at happytrailsfarm.org/adopt-an-animal/.
Our goal is to find each and every rooster a home to call his own, dirt to bathe in and grass to forage through. Give it a chance. Open your heart and your home to one and maybe just maybe, you will make a friend for life. ... See MoreSee Less
What kind of personality does he have? Does he have experience around hens and do we know if he's a bully or a "gentle lover"? I have eight hens, one's moving into her senior years and four aren't even a year old. I need to know if he can't handle a strong momma personality as well as the more timid babies.