The 2014 Winslow Farm Annual Newsletter,

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Ziggy and Momcat are looking for new homes!

Ziggy is a sweet, neutered, male who needs a forever home. He is 4 years old and his owner passed away. He is afraid of dogs. He would make a beautiful companion to someone.


Momcat is a beautiful tiger cat approximately 1.5 years old, female. Very sweet and needs a forever home. She was recently left in a pet carrier at the farm's entrance. She deserves to have a loving someone or a family to belong to.


If you are interested in pursuing an adoption of Ziggy or Momcat, please email us:

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Winslow Farm Welcomes 3 New Residents!

The Mini Donkeys Arrive!

{Click Here to read Paige Allen's Article in The Sun Chronicle}

Bianca, Scamp and Zorro arrive!

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Winslow Farm Animal Sanctuary


Established 1996 by Debra White, President and Founder


Located at 37 Eddy Street, Norton, MA 02766



Admission to Winslow Farm

$10.00 for adults,

$5.00 for children, under 2 are free.

Admission prices are subject to change for special events;

please contact Winslow Farm for more information.


Open 7 days a week

Hours 11:00am - 4:00pm


     Winslow Farm is an active participant with the Network for Good and donations may be made securely through these offices or you may directly donate to Winslow Farm by clicking the donate button below.


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Featured Animals of the Month

Holly & Blossom



Meet Holly and Blossom, two 8 month old goats who were found malnourished and covered with lice. Blossom can no longer walk, the only way for her to stand is to be put in a sling that was specially made for goats. Her medical issues are indicative of “refeeding syndrome”. Holly has already shown great improvement. Their medical bills have already reached well over $1,000. We are currently soliciting donations to cover their current, and future, medical costs.

What is Refeeding Syndrome? Refeeding syndrome is a metabolic complication that occurs when nutritional support is given to severely malnourished patients. Metabolism shifts from a catabolic to an anabolic state. Insulin is released on carbohydrate intake, triggering cellular uptake of potassium, phosphate, and magnesium. When the serum concentrations of these electrolytes are reduced, serious complications, such as arrhythmias, can occur.

Donate to Winslow Farm for Holly & Blossom!


Winslow Farm Visits New York City to appear on

Martha Stewart


Debra White, Martha Stewart, Alexis Fox, Nancy Bolanis, MD


     We were delighted to be guests on Martha Stewart's daily live radio show on SiriusXM Satellite Radio in New York City, NY. Martha invited us to come and participate in a discussion of the extremely important issues of factory farming, more humane treatment of animals in the food industry, and the movement to provide for the humane treatment of animals in general. This opportunity to bring these issues and to highlight the efforts of Winslow Farm was unique, exciting and uplifting.

     Callers to the show raised wonderful questions, particularly "What can I do to help?". Nancy Bolanis, MD was able to speak to this issue, having documented the journey of Willow-Mia the pig from foraging along a highway to her permanent home at Winslow Farm in her book, "Willow Mia Pig - 1 in 100 Million". Alexis Fox, MA Director of the Humane Society of the United States, provided background and information concerning activism and awareness related to factory farming reforms, and the resources HSUS can bring to the issues. Debra White, our President and Founder discussed Winslow Farm's mission and vision from her unique perspective. 

     We hope to be able to include a link to the 1 hour radio show on our Media page soon. In the coming weeks we will be adding to the site to expand our links to information, interviews and ways to contribute to the efforts to improve the conditions under which our nation's farm animals live. Many thanks to Martha Stewart and her staff for providing us with this great opportunity to raise awareness about Winslow Farm and these other important topics!


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