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OUR MISSION is to improve the welfare of community seniors and veterans by interacting with our rescued and repurposed sanctuary animals.   


Goldy's Farm offers free visits to senior centers and veterans centers on the North Shore of Boston, Massachusetts.  Our farm in Ipswich, Massachusetts is also open for schedule visits from seniors and veterans.  (MEET OUR TEAM)


Goldy's Farm  is a positively fun and adventurous atmosphere.  We excel at the joy and humor of animals.  Follow us on Facebook, watch the Livestream cameras, or meet others online who enjoy our animals virtually.  

Brace yourself for "Tea Time" (formerly Mail Call) unedited and uncensored

Monday-Friday at 5pm.  Listen to the adventures of 86 year old, Carlene White (and friends) at Goldy's Farm. 

Facebook Livestream 
Watch the livestream video of  "Donkey Hill" at Goldy's Farm.  The see the cast of four-legged characters who live on the farm.
All of the animals at Crazy Acres are rescued by the Equine Rescue Network  
Watch the daily activities on the farm.  The dogs, the pond, naughty goats and more
The camera faces the driveway so you can see the mobile team load up on their way to nursing homes and senior centers.

The animals at Goldy's Farm are all rescues.  We have big animals, small animals, well behaved animals and not-so-much.  The animals all coexist happily on the 11 acre farm in Ipswich.

What we do at Goldy's Farm:

Our animals make a difference: 


Doggie Daily 

Read the "Daily Doggie" blog written each morning by Carlene White.  Carlene's wacky, unfiltered accounts of the farm operations and life observations.

The Henny Penny Board is a fun way to raise money for the care of our sanctuary animals and our community outreach programs which include visiting 3 senior/veteran centers with our four legged friends each week.  Each month our resident chicken will pick a board winner who will receive a special prize (framed photo).  CLICK HERE to go to the Henny Penny Board.


Support Crazy Acres Farm by purchasing a Bale.   As a partner of the Equine Rescue Network, we feed out 10 bales of hay per day. Our average cost per bale is $10.  It takes a village to keep our animal well cared for and fed, so if you want to be part of our village, CLICK HERE to buy a bale!

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