Today is the season’s first snow fall, making winter seem official even though there’s still nearly a month of autumn left. Something about the snow and cold, makes things clean and anew. Adding more peace to Peaceful Fields and confirming the promise to all our guests that they have the gift to live out their […]Read More Winter comes to PFS
The story of our six rescued chicks and the work the sanctuary does was in a great article in today’s edition of the Winchester Star newspaper. This story will only help to shed light on the plight of factory farm animals suffer from and how easy it is to distance yourself from the cruelty by […]Read More Article in today’s Winchester Star
We’ve been busy getting ready today in the rain for tonight and tomorrow which will be the coldest yet this year in Shenandoah Valley. Water, hay and feed topped off, water tank heaters checked, extra bedding, barn windows closed and warming lamps turned on. By the weekend we should be back up to average temps. […]Read More Here comes Mr. Snow Miser!
Peaceful Fields was featured on NBC’s WHAG news last evening regarding the background story of the chicks we rescued and the work the sanctuary is involved in. Very sad some people hold such little value for life they’d consider using fuzzy baby chicks as a revenge prank and also consider throwing them into the garbage. […]Read More Rescued chick news story
Welcome to our brand new website! Check back often as there will be many improvements and updates as the page grows. In the meantime, you can donate or sponsor an animal at the sanctuaryRead More Welcome!