Just over a year ago, John Fiske believed he was doing right by cows and the planet by eating only grass-fed beef.
Then the 32-year-old attorney had a “light bulb moment” and decided the toll that animal agriculture takes on animals and the environment is too high. Since then, he has been putting his money where his heart is.
Over the past year, the now-vegetarian rancher has transformed his 2.5-acre Elfin Forest property into a sanctuary for rescued animals, including four horses, a crippled pig, two hens, a German shepherd and, soon, a few goats. On May 15, Fiske will host the grand opening of his San Diego Farm Animal Rescue.
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