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Rescue Me ID: 15-05-20-00343Mini Pot Belly Pig (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Low Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Milo is a male brown miniature pot-belly pig. He is 1 year old, weighs approx. 20 lbs, and is docile and sweet. He is current on all vaccinations. We are hoping to find a home that will take both pigs as they are very used to being together.

 Adoption Fee: $50.00 Animal Location:

Washtenaw County Ann Arbor, MI MAP IT!

Contact:
Tonia Short 734-260-0116

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Rescue Me ID: 15-05-20-00337Mini Pot Belly Pig (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Very Low Energy, Submissive 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    Frankie is a male black & white miniature pot-belly pig. He is 2 years old, weighs approx. 40 lbs, and is extremely docile and sweet. He is current on all vaccinations and just had his hooves & tusks trimmed. We are hoping to find a home that will take both pigs as they are very used to being together.

 Adoption Fee: $50.00 Animal Location:

Washtenaw County Ann Arbor, MI MAP IT!

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Tonia Short 734-260-0116

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Rescue Me ID: 15-05-20-00239Goats (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Adult

Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 

    To Nigerian dwarf and Nubian many crossed, wethered goats.these two goats have been shown for three years in 4H.we were originally told they would get no larger than a small Labrador retriever. They now weigh 110 and 120 pounds, outweighing our son, who has shown them, by almost twice his weight.we would like to find a good home for them where they will be shown and cared for. They are very friendly.

 Adoption Fee: $50 Animal Location:

Grand Traverse County Traverse city, MI MAP IT!

Contact:
Linda Oosse

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Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.


Rescue Me ID: 15-05-03-00178barred rock cockerel (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Very Young Baby

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Intact (Needs to be Fixed), Vaccinations Current 

    Guaranteed all my chicks were pullets, but one cockerel sneeked in. Can't keep him due to local ordinance and wouldn't want to upset my neighbors. Presently, he is friendly and easy going. Excepts being handled- is handled every day and seems to enjoy human attention. He also has very handsome markings. Hope to find him a home ASAP before time runs out. Am willing to drive a bit to relocate him.

     Animal Location:

Macomb County clinton twp, MI MAP IT!

Contact:
irene ney 5864681745

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Rescue Me ID: 15-04-11-00307Holstein Steer (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Average Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Neutered, Needs Vaccinations 

    Norman is a Holstein steer I rescued from a horse trainer who was going to take him to slaughter after having raised him as a pet. His horns are deformed because the previous owner applied a substance to dissolve the horns, but only did so once or twice. One horn sticks out and the other curves in. He was raised with horses and dogs, not cows, so he has some species confusion. He tries to hump my 32 yr old rescue Tennessee Walker. My vet is concerned Norman could break the horses's back since she is so old. The vet has encouraged me to find a new home for him because of potential danger to my older rescue horses. Also, he tosses his head ... (Read More)when frisking around the pasture sometimes and there is concern her could accidentally poke someone with the protruding horn. The vet feels it would be hard on Norman to have his horns removed because of their size and the bleeding that would occur. We have limited pasture space and our barn is not adequate for a steer, which also makes caring for him and moving him from one pasture to another challenging. Norman is very social with people and loves to have his neck rubbed and head patted. He moos as soon as he senses my presence. He loves his 'girlfriend' the elderly Tennessee Walker. I am looking for a safe haven for Norman to live out his life. It must be a placement that guarantees he will not be traded, sold, nor butchered. I am willing to help pay for his vetting & food so that he will have a good quality life. Ideally, having him with a gelding horse or other cow as a pasture mate would be great. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $100 Animal Location:

South Lyon, MI 48178 MAP IT!

Contact:
Anita Marcott (313) 570-9758

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Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.


Rescue Me ID: 15-03-30-00665pot belly pig (male)

Farm Animal    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Good with Most Animals 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Neutered, Vaccinations Current 

    
     Animal Location:

Kent County Caledonia, MI MAP IT!

Contact:
Tamara DeYoung 6162068480

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Farm Animal in Michigan
    Farm Animals can make good pets in Michigan if they match your IifestyIe. Farm animals such as sheep, goats, and pigs are useful additions to working farms. For example, sheep can provide people with milk for cheese and other dietary staples, as well as wool for clothing. Dairy goats are so hardy and such valuable sources of food that providing one for a family living in extreme poverty (through an organization such as Heifer International) can completely alter the existence of that family. Farm animals provide manure for fertilizer to grow healthy vegetables. The sale of dairy, wool, and offspring of farm animals can be a major source of income. Many people think farm animals are cute and picturesque and would like to own one or more. However, caring for these animals is very labor intensive, and unless these animals are part of a working farm, they can become the victims of abuse or neglect.

    Potbellied pigs are an excellent example. Potbellied pigs became popular as house pets in the nineties. However, pigs can weigh over 130 pounds and are not as easy to care for as other household pets. Pigs need to be outside to satisfy their natural instincts to rut. Sadly, many owners of potbellied pigs are not ready for the commitment and challenges of having a pig for a pet, leaving many animals in need of adoption.

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    Farm animals are useful sources of fertilizer, food, and clothing. One dairy goat can provide about a ton of milk and two to three kids annually. Pigs are smarter than dogs and are the fourth most intelligent type of animal, behind humans, primates, and dolphins.

Related pages:

Farm Animal Rescue

Michigan Animal Rescue
(Sorted by Zip Code.)

St Clair County - Clyde, MI 48049
St. Clair County Humane Society 810-987-4357

Oakland County - Troy, Michigan 48098
Long Lake Animal Hospital 248-689-8899

Washtenaw County - Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Humane Society of Huron Valley 734-662-4365

Washtenaw County - Ann Arbor 48113
The Zimmer Foundation 734-663-8000

Monroe County - Ida, Michigan 48140
Alliance for Spay-Neuter and Pet Rescue 734-243-1800

Wayne County - Lincoln Park 48146
Friends of Lincoln Park Animals 313-381-9020

Tuscola County - Caro, Michigan 48723
Humane Society of Tuscola County 989-672-PETS

Iosco County - Tawas City 48763
Iosco County Animal Shelter 989-362-3170

Ingham County - Lansing, MI 48906
Capital Area Humane Society 517-626-6060

Kalamazoo County - Kalamazoo, MI 49008
Kalamazoo Humane Society 269-345-1181

Kalamazoo County - Oshtemo 49077
Animal's Best Friend Fund 269-624-1090

Muskegon County - Muskegon 49442
West Michigan SPCA 231-788-5933

Kent County - Kentwood, Michigan 49508
C-SNIP 616-455-8220

Kent County - Grand Rapids 49534
Humane Society of Kent County 616-453-8900

Charlevoix County - Boyne City, MI 49712
Charlevoix County Humane Society 231-582-6774

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