Our mission is to provide sanctuary to farm animals that are or are at risk of neglect, abuse and/or exploitation. We provide a healing, loving atmosphere to farm animals that are surrendered, rescued and/or abandoned.
We are a 501c3 non-profit organization.
We conduct tours Spring-Early Fall.
Send us an e-mail with the desired dates and time. *Openings are limited*
$10 Adult/ $5 Child
We are happy to accept new volunteers. Click the "volunteer" tab for more info.
Cash App: $StahlsNoHarmFarm
THANK YOU ALL FOR COMING OUT to the candy crawl event.
This was our first event at our new location and you helped make it a huge success. we had so much fun, we will be making this an annual event!
if you are local, would you please consider donating your uncarved pumpkins, gourds and/or squash when the season is over? the animals love to eat them. you can leave them by the arena.
Iggy enjoying a donated pumpkin
flex raffle fundraiser
We have some amazing, vegan-friendly businesses that donated items to help raise funds for flex's braces and ongoing medical care. check them out below!
$10 per entry
3 entries for $20
Enter via PayPal, Venmo or Cash App. Simply tell us which item(s) you would like to enter to win in the memo section. please make sure your email is included.
Seeker Woodworks donated a handcrafted, walnut candle holder. This will hold a votive candle nicely. Check out Seeker Woodworks on Etsy and Facebook.
Breakaway Coffee Roasters in Copley, Ohio donated five, 8oz bags of their Turbo Sloth beans, All-Rounder blend. It can be used in drip, expresso and cold brews. Tasting notes: cocoa, nuts and dark fruit. Check out their website at www.breakawayroasters.com
Good Life Piercing & Fine Jewelry in Akron, Ohio donated $100 worth of gift coins. Visit their website at www.goodlifeakron.com , Facebook and IG @goodlifeakron
Live Canna donated an 1 oz. bottle of 1000 MG Full Spectrum Hemp Extract CBD Tincture.
Burial Grounds Vegan Bakery in Akron, Ohio donated $50 gift certificate. Check them out on Facebook, Instagram or on their website at www.burialgroundsvegan.com
The SNHFAS Merch bundle includes a shirt, travel mug, stickers and magnets.
**All items can be shipped within the U.S. Please keep in mind that the gift certificates are for local businesses that may not ship. **
Special thanks to Board Member, Joy Butch, for all her work in getting this fundraiser together. Also, for these awesome pictures, because I know that some of these models are difficult to work with :)
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Flex came to Stahl's No Harm Farm in the Spring of 2020. We assumed his front legs were bowed from constricted tendons. We took him to OSU for treatment and learned he has bone deformities in both front legs. His legs will never be straight and will continue to bow as he grows.
We tried putting him in a cart but he was not a fan! After a few weeks, it became a safety issue as his attempts to get out of the cart would end up with him stuck, or underneath the cart!!
We then began to wrap his legs with heavy gauze and vet wrap. He loves the freedom of being uninhibited by the cart. However, he plays and moves so much that the wraps are pretty battered by the end of the day. Somedays he wears holes in them. They aren't supportive enough and his sometimes cause his knees to swell.
We are currently working with ArkOrtho to make custom braces for him. These will provide him more support and protection.
Please consider a donation to help get this rambunctious kid braces.
Please know, the cart did not go to waste. It has been used by another sanctuary and is on loan to others who may need it. We also still use it with Flex when he has swelling in his knees.
JOEY & JACK
Joey & Joey came to us in the Fall of 2019 with their friend Willow, a potbelly pig.
Jack and Joey's hooves were severely neglected and caused them a lot of pain.
Their diets mainly consisted of sweet feed. Although they were over-weight, they were malnourished.
After the farrier trimmed their hooves, they were up and running!
As a result of their previous neglect, Joey has developed Cushings Disease and a metabolic disorder. This causes him to founder from time to time. He is currently on medications and a special diet to help control his sugar.
We are working to get Joey Soft Rider shoes to help relieve his foot pain during periods of laminitis.
We love our volunteers! Do you love animals? Are you willing to share your time and/or talent with the residents here at Stahl's No Harm Farm Animal Sanctuary?
Whether you have one hour to spare a month or 100, we would love to have you. Please download the links below and send us an e-mail with the completed Volunteer Application and Volunteer Agreement attached.
Applicants must be 18 years or older, unless accompanied by their parent/guardian.