Positively NJ: NJ couple gives up suburban ways for life on the farm

If you live in one of New Jersey’s urban or suburban areas - have you ever dreamed up leaving the rat race for life on a farm?

Mar 2, 2023, 3:32 AM

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If you live in one of New Jersey’s urban or suburban areas - have you ever dreamed up leaving the rat race for life on a farm?
On today's "Brian's Positively New Jersey,” Brian Donohue visits a couple from Union County who sold their home in Roselle Park and moved to a 170-year-old farm in Wantage, Sussex County where they now run Found on Thyme Sanctuary. The farm cares for neglected or abandoned horses, goats, pigs and other animals.
It hasn't been easy. Glitches on the road to pastoral bliss include a goat that won't stop ramming its horns through the barn door and Amazon's decision to end its AmazonSmiles charity donation program, which the animal rescue charity relied on for funds.
But when they look back at their old life, Found on Thyme owners Stephanie and Trevor McPherson say they'd never go back.


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