A Look At Jon Stewart’s Farm

The former Daily Show host and his wife start a nonprofit nonprofit animal rescue sanctuary and offer a sneak peek.

by Dani Yokhna

A Look at Jon and Tracey Stewart’s Farm (HobbyFarms.com)
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Few people go from television host to farmer, but that’s exactly what Jon Stewart did, mostly due to the ambition of his wife, Tracey. The couple’s 12-acre farm in Middletown, N.J., is home to several rescue animals, including pigs, dogs, rabbits, fish, guinea pigs and birds … so far. The Stewarts are hoping to include rescue sheep, cows, goats, turkeys and other animals on Bufflehead Farm, Mother Nature Network reports.

They originally purchased the farm in 2013 and are planning on opening it to the public and have been transforming it ever since. Take a look:

Appointments will be required to visit the farm, according to Mother Nature Network.


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