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South Surrey rescue farm welcomes baby

Clover the calf born at SALI’s property on March 29

SALI’s Farm has a new addition, following the arrival last month of Clover.

The calf – daughter to Gracie, a blind cow that SALI saved from slaughter – is the first baby to be born at the South Surrey farm, which is a sanctuary for rescued farm animals that offers programs for at-risk kids.

Clover has apparently adapted well, frolicking on the farm with her mom and Peanut, who came from the same herd as Gracie.

A live-feed camera has been set up for those who would like to have a peek at how mom and daughter are doing.

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Clover was born on the SALI farm, to blind rescued cow Gracie, on March 29. (SALI photo)
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Clover was born on the SALI farm, to blind rescued cow Gracie, on March 29. (SALI photo)


Tracy Holmes

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Tracy Holmes has been a reporter with Peace Arch News since 1997.
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