A Big Issue with Little Pigs

Categories: On the Farm
It’s not very well known, but there is a big issue with little pigs. Lollypop Farm currently has over 20 potbellied pigs, the majority of whom were admitted because they were not the “micropig” their family was expecting. Time and time again, sickly, malnourished and mistreated pigs arrive at rescue shelters, their conditions often misunderstood …

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Welcoming New Baby Goats Born at Lollypop Farm

Categories: On the Farm
On an unseasonably warm afternoon in late December, we welcomed the arrival of Noel and Harvey, two beautiful baby goats born at Lollypop Farm. Rescued from deplorable conditions The two nannies (another word for mother goats), Katrina and Darcy, originally came to us in July when the organization assisted the Albany County Sheriff’s Office and …

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Boy Scout Helps Horses Overcome Obstacles to Adoption

Categories: On the Farm, Our Community
John Santowski, a member of Boy Scout Troop 167 in Pittsford, NY, first came to Lollypop Farm to help a fellow scout with an Eagle Scout project. During that time on the farm yard, he recognized that many of the horses at Lollypop Farm need help learning to trust their riders in order to find …

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