Jon Stewart And His Wife Opened A 12-Acre Sanctuary For Abused Animals

Jon Stewart and his wife Tracey have bought a farm in New Jersey which acts as a sanctuary for a spread of various abused animals. They also plan on opening up an academic center on the property, which is found about 50 miles outside of latest York City, in nearby New Jersey.

The couple’s animal sanctuary at Bufflehead Farm may be a home for 2 pigs, four dogs, three rabbits, two guinea pigs, two fish, and a bird.

They acquired the property in 2013, on the other hand announced their plans for it in 2015. The Stewarts have an interest in helping any sort of abused animals, but especially those that are taken from factory farms.

They hope to be adding more animals to their farm within the months and years to return , including cows, sheep, chicken, goats, turkeys, and pigs to reach the Bufflehead Farm in New Jersey.

Jon says that his love for animals was inspired by his wife Tracey, a vegan who wrote a book about the way to understand animals.

We bought a farm in New Jersey with the intention of starting a farm sanctuary of our own with an academic center, but what I’m announcing tonight is that our farm is really getting to be the New Jersey branch of Farm Sanctuary. We’re getting to build new advocates, new curious learners, and new leaders for this vital movement,” Tracey said during a handout .

The former Daily Show host now lives a more relaxed lifestyle on the farm, but he told an audience at a recent award show that he sometimes misses the spotlight.

I have been off of television for 6 weeks, seven weeks, whatever it's . this is often the primary applause I’ve heard. it's a barren wasteland out there. You get wont to craft services. call at the planet , there are tables with food — but you can’t take it. It costs money, and really little of it's gluten-free or vegan,” he said.

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