Heartland Farm Sanctuary // November E-News
In This Issue
Thanksgiving for the Turkeys
Fall Camp 2014
Animal Spotlight: Amy the Sheep
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Heartland Farm Sanctuary
P.O. Box 45746
Madison, Wisconsin 53744-5746

Welcome, ladies!


We recently welcomed three new lady turkeys to Heartland! Become a Stable Supporter at $30 or more each month - that's just a dollar a day, folks! - and you will have the opportunity to name one of our new turkey residents!



Thanksgiving for the Turkeys this Saturday, November 22nd!

Join Heartland Farm Sanctuary to celebrate Thanksgiving in a whole new way -- by feeding the turkeys a holiday feast of their own! Serve the guests of honor holiday favorites, including cranberries, pumpkin pie, and stuffed squash. After the turkeys gobble up the food, come along for a barn tour and say hello to more of our animal friends.


Read more.



Fall Camp 2014 is in the books!
Over the last couple of months, our Fall Camp gave a unique opportunity to youth to provide essential care for our beloved animal residents. Important and lasting bonds were formed in a setting where everyone is accepted, included and valued. 
Campers strengthened their social skills by practicing empathy, sharing with others and participating in team-building activities. See you again next year!


Animal Spotlight:  Amy the Sheep
Meet our 15-year-old sheep, Amy. She has quite the hairdo, and when she spends time licking a mineral block, her hair turns red! Amy came to us in 2012 with another sheep who had a severely broken leg. Sadly, the other sheep's injury was too severe and was neglected for too long to be rehabilitated. Amy came to our barn alone and scared, and not used to trusting people.

 Read more about Amy. 


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