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coli infection, and three other children fell ill with the same disease, after visiting the San Diego County Fair last month, according to health officials.
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In 2004, she hosted two special needs 6-year-olds from Russia through a program that allowed children who were living in post-Chernobyl nuclear accident pollution to have a summer in the U. They moved from Stavropol, Russia, to join Mary and her young biological children, Ben and Thomas.
coli after attending the fair from June 8 to June 15.Farmer Mary also rescues special needs animals, including ducks and chickens with twisted beaks or extra or missing toes, a rabbit who is blind, a duck who lived in a home wearing a duck diaper and a pig with only three feet.These animals and many more all call Winterpast Farm "home." Farmer Mary has a long history of opening her home — and not just to animals. Another year, Farmer Mary adopted Svetlana (renamed Elizabeth Svetlana) and Sasha (which is Russian for Alex, which he is now called).Farmer Mary with one of two "mini" pigs who call Winterpast Farm home. Her original owners were told she would only get to 35 pounds.Photo COURTESY OF gofundme According to Farmer Mary almost every animal on the farm was a former pet and each one has a long history — from unwanted pets donated by families who are weary of caring for them (like a goat someone bought as a baby and got tired of bottle feeding), to “imperfect” animals donated by breeders (like a rabbit whose white stripe on its face isn’t the perfect width).