The Camel Farm, Yuma, Arizona

Published by Sirrus Lawson.

Photo 1: A cow had overgrown hooves and was confined to a pen with standing water, mud, and excess feces. Multiple animals lacked adequate shelter from the elements. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 2: A cow had overgrown hooves and was confined to a pen with standing water, mud, and excess feces. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 3: A cow had overgrown hooves and was confined to a pen with standing water, mud, and excess feces. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 4: A goat had an overgrown hoof on the front left leg. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 5: A hinny had overgrown front hooves. Multiple animals lacked adequate shelter from the elements. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 6: A hinny had overgrown front hooves. Multiple animals lacked adequate shelter from the elements. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 7: A pig had an overgrown front right hoof. (February 25, 2018)

 

Photo 8: A camel had a growth on the chest.
(posted on Facebook on January 25, 2018)

Photo 9: A pig lacked shelter from the elements. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 10: Goats and sheep lacked adequate shelter from the elements. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 11: Multiple animals lacked adequate shelter from the elements. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 12: An eland lacked adequate shelter from the elements and was confined to an enclosure containing excess feces. (February 25, 2018)

Photo 13: Goats were confined to an enclosure with standing water and mud around the water bowl. (February 25, 2018)

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