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Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.

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The barn partners with Michigan Humane Society to find forever homes for four neglected calves; they also welcome a litter of piglets, and Chris is tasked to build a playground for the goats.
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As summer arrives, the team hosts a carwash fundraiser to help the cows and donkeys receive medication; a covert mission to save KJ, an injured goat kid; and a donkey called Mary Pete needs medical attention.
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The sanctuary welcomes a blind goat called Charlie and two lovable ducklings that need help to learn how to swim; a tussle between pigs June and Jasper ensues during routine tusk and nail trimming, while Ginger the goat embraces her new prosthetics.
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Chris experiences his first rescue and saves two goats called Hugo and Emmy who are in need serious medical attention; Joey the calf returns after a series of surgeries, and Lola the kid goat is surprised with a prosthetic.
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Dan heads to Chicago to give cockfighting roosters a second chance; then the crew worries if DJ the cow's unruly behavior will be welcomed by the rest of the herd.
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A cow called Buttercup comes to Barn Sanctuary, but the team is concerned about her feisty behavior toward the rest of the herd; Ginger the lamb battles a life-threatening infection, and Bart the rowdy rooster is in need of a vet visit.
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Spring has sprung in Michigan, and Barn Sanctuary prepares to open the pastures; Dan and Kelley head to Iowa to rescue a lamb called Ginger who is in need of major medical attention, and Dan's twin Chris is home and ready to be put to work.
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Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
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Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
airs in 12 days
Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
airs in 12 days
Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
airs in 12 days
Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
airs in 12 days
Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
airs in 13 days
Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
airs in 13 days
Dan McKernan relocated from Austin, Texas, to take over his family's 140-year-old farm in Michigan and transform it into the "Barn Sanctuary," a place for farm animals that have experienced abuse, neglect and more; the show follows Dan and his family as they learn the ropes of their new life on the farm and give the barnyard animals a second chance at life; it also documents his travels across the country to rescue barn animals.
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Dan and Chris head across Lake Michigan to adopt two Mangalica piglets; a rooster called Bart undergoes surgery to remove his spur, and Steve the goat is gifted with pool noodles to protect the other animals from his rage.
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A cow called Dwight is ready to conquer his pain from a leg injury and heads to Indiana for hydrotherapy; Lola the goat is gifted with a prosthetic and is ready to walk again, while Dan takes in over a dozen exotic farm animals.

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