Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary, in Worcestershire, opened in 2017 and is already home to over 300 rescued farm animals.

Where do the animals come from?

  • Trading Standards who have confiscated animals being treated cruelly.
  • Rescued en route to markets and abattoirs.
  • Farmers who have ‘special’ individuals they can’t bear to send to slaughter.
  • NGO’s and rescue facilities that don’t have the capacity to care for farm animals.
  • Private individuals handing in pets (e.g. Kune Kune pigs).
  • Individual farm animals who have been found straying or injured.
  • The lucky few who have been obtained by people to save them from slaughter.
  • Retired’ laying hens and other animals who are no longer commercially profitable.
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By spreading the word about the poor treatment they suffer, we’ll encourage a goodhearted approach and an understanding of the plight of farmed animals.
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Goodheart Farm Animal Sanctuary, in Worcestershire, opened in 2017 and is already home to over 300 rescued farm animals.
 
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Our campaigning will expose areas of cruelty and neglect in animal farming, sometimes highlighting breaches of the law and the need for better animal welfare legislation.