Tour with rescued farm animals at this Michigan barn sanctuary
There are over 100 rescued animals that you can visit for free at Barn Sanctuary in Chelsea, about half an hour west of Ann Arbor.
Animal lovers will go crazy for this farm animal rescue whose main goal is to rehabilitate abused and neglected animals in need.
Barn Sanctuary is a non-profit rescue that was established in 2016 and provides an amazing home especially for farm animals as farm animals are the most abused and neglected group of animals in the world.
It’s really really amazing to see the work they do at Barn Sanctuary. When I say work, I mean hard work because it is not easy to take care of the animals on the farm. Not to mention that they do this job mainly because of their love for the animals they save and not for a salary. Yes, everything is done out of the goodness of the heart.
What kind of animals do they have at Barn Sanctuary?
Barn Sanctuary has over 100 rescued farm animals including cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, ducks, sheep, donkeys and goats.
How can you help
Not only can you visit Barn Sanctuary, but you can also help keep their dream alive by donating on multiple levels.
You can sponsor an animal to help cover the cost of its food, shelter and ongoing care and receive a sponsorship certificate and photo of your animal. Sponsorships require an ongoing commitment to the animal of your choice:
- Chickens & ducks ($ 10 / month)
- Turkeys ($ 20 / month)
- Goats ($ 25 / month)
- Pigs, sheep & donkeys ($ 30 / month)
- Cows ($ 50 / month)
You can also make a one-time donation.
When can I visit Barn Sanctuary?
You can visit Barn Sanctuary every weekend in the spring, summer and fall. They also offer on-site youth programs, virtual tours, field trips and private tours. You just set up your visit in advance as they cannot accommodate walk-in visitors.
I love what they are doing in Chelsea at Barn Sanctuary.
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