Category: Meet Our Animals

All of our animal family will live out their natural lives here at the Sanctuary where they will be cherished and cared for.

Cromwell

Throw back Thursday… It was a year ago today that Cromwell joined our family at Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, after falling off a truck on the very busy 401.

Siblings Reunited

Charlotte started off as a weak, sick piglet. She was the runt of a litter and wasn’t doing well. The farmer’s daughter took Charlotte in and cared for her for the first 8 wks, and then she contacted us. Charlotte came to Cedar Row on June 15th and with continued attention and love she grew […]

Compassion for All

Charlie the Steer enjoying a strawberry at Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary. Charlie was found running on an extremely cold day just over 2 years ago. He is one of the lucky few that has the pleasure of tasting treats like strawberries. This is what happens to veal calves not so lucky. Go Vegan Where do […]

Cock- A- Doodle- Doo x 2

Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary welcomed 2 new roosters on the weekend. We also found homes for 4 more roosters that were going to be euthanized if we couldn’t place them. These 2 beautiful boys will be hanging out with 6 other roosters, and numerous hens.

Trouble’s In Trouble

Cedar Row was asked to take Trouble, another turkey who survived a gassing at an industrial hatchery in London, Ontario. Living with a wonderful family for 2 months, it was time for Trouble to move on. Unfortunately, before he moved from the house to the farm, he tried to jump up on to a counter […]

Plucky and Dark Wing

This video was featured on the Toronto Star website along with an article on November 30th. The caption reads: Turkeys Plucky and Dark Wing will spend their first Christmas holiday at Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary near Stratford, Ont., spared from the “pluck, baste and roast” ritual that befalls millions of turkeys each year. You can […]

How to Donate

There are 3 easy ways to make a donation:

  1. Send an e-transfer to cedarrowfs@hotmail.ca
  2. Send us a cheque made out to Animal Outreach.
  3. Click the button below to donate through Canada Helps.