Heartland’s Rehoming Program


At Heartland Farm Sanctuary, we house as many farm animals as is financially and humanely possible. Unfortunately, the large number of animals that need a safe home is much higher than the Heartland barn can contain. To help connect farm animals to forever homes, we have created Heartland’s Rehoming Program to connect people surrendering animals with people looking to adopt a new companion.

If you would like to surrender or rehome an animal, please email our Community Relations Director, Sarah Konkol. Be sure to include your name, contact information, and a description of the animal.

Shadow: Shadow the calf is a one-month-old Holstein who suffered a leg injury early on. She is still able to move around on her 3 legs that work well, and she is a happy and spirited little calf! She is currently being cared for, but her caretakers would like to find a forever home that could help with her special needs. Contact Kari at wirthka@outlook.com if you are interested in learning more about sweet Shadow.



 Little Duck, Quackers, and Pip: These three were purchased from a local feed mill as ducklings 7 years ago. Luckily for them, they were bought by two 11-year-old girls who wanted to love and raise them. Now, the 11-year-olds are 18 and heading off to college, and Little Duck, Quackers and Pip need a new home. All three ducks are extremely bonded. They like gentle showers from the hose on hot summer days. They like to follow each other around the yard as long as someone is watching them and keeping them safe from predators. They have a small pool they like to swim in, but have never had the opportunity to swim in an actual pond. Little Duck is a female mallard, and Quackers and Pip are Pekins. If you can provide these ducks with a loving home, please contact Teresa at (262) 337-0202.

Two handsome roosters: These two boys are both from John Blehm (chickhatchery.com) who is very particular about his Ameraucanas.  About 15 months old with beautiful black eyes, one is black and the other is a new lavender/black cross from his latest twist on the breed.  The hens lay blue-green eggs, so any offspring of these roosters may lay colored eggs.  Both roosters are very healthy and are used to roaming free, with an enclosure for roosting. If you’re interested, please contact Carol at ae5446@hotmail.com or 920-619-1502.

Zoe Zoe: This sweetheart is a five-year-old llama who has some medical issues for the time being that require some physical therapy by an able-bodied person. The hope is that she will improve with time and effort, but her current owners have physical limitations that prohibit them from giving her the care she needs. This gentle lady has a lust for life! If you want to learn more about Zoe, please contact Tina at (920) 240-6624.


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Wilber and Carl: Wilber and Carl are two handsome male potbelly pigs looking for a new home. Wilber (black and white) is 1 year and 3 months old, and Carl is 7 months. They are very sweet boys who love hanging out with chickens – they’ll watch them for hours! They are both very gentle when being hand-fed, and the boys know their names and will come when called. Wilber is completely potty trained but Carl needs a little help. At the slightest touch, Carl will tip over for a belly scratch. These two boys are pretty bonded so it would be great to keep them together. If you’re able to provide Wilber and Carl with a forever home, please contact Ginger at gingerbrousil@gmail.com.

 Harley: Harley is a domesticated miniature pig who is just over two years old. She’s 18 inches tall and 30 inches long. She’s all pink with black markings around her blue eyes. She is also deaf. She’s completely litter trained and even knows a few tricks. She is not currently spayed. If you’re interested in giving Harley a loving forever home, contact Jessenia at seniadelatorre@icloud.com or text (414) 865-3103.  

Shadow: Shadow is a Shetland pony mare available to a loving home. Shadow was born in 1999 and is 17 years old. She has a history of occasional laminitis, so she needs regular hoof trimming by competent farrier. She receives 1/4 tablet of pergolide a day. Shadow is a good-natured, adorable pony. Health records and hay are available to her adopter. For more information on beautiful Shadow, contact Brad at 608-338-3775 or bjscriv@gmail.com.

7-Month-Old Holstein: This sweet male Holstein is in need of a great home and some TLC. He’s well worth it. He’s very sociable and loves to be talked to. He nuzzles right in. Unfortunately his right leg is broken (his current owners suspect, anyway). He does try to stand and they truly hope he can be rehabilitated. He’s eating and drinking well and has no signs of infection. This sweet boy is looking for a caring home with someone who can spend time with him and give him the care he needs. He is such a sweetheart! Those interested can contact tbalke@new.rr.com.    
Ella: Ella is a super cute older cat who needs a new home. Ella has been with her current owners since she was born at the Humane Society. Her two front paws are slighted deformed, so her claws are permanently out. But she doesn’t scratch anything but her scratching post. She loves adults, snuggling at night and keeping somewhat active for a 13 year old.  Ella dislikes kids, dogs ad unclean litter boxes. Ella would be perfect for a single person who wants to give her some TLC in her later years. If you’re interested in sweet Ella, contact Bob at 608-335-9161.    
Iron: Iron is a 9-year-old male Nigerian Dwarf goat. He is neutered and does not have horns. His person passed away and Iron is being rehomed by a family member. Iron has arthritic knees. An ideal home would be in Southern Wisconsin where it is a bit warmer, or in a warmer state. Iron should go to a home without other goats, as he can’t defend himself from goats who want to spar with him. If you are interested in adopting Iron, please contact Janet at 715-578-7596 or Janetplanet2@hotmail.com