Lollypop Farm

Elusive Story arriving at his new home with his adopter Rosie Yellow


Services: Rehabilitation, Retraining/Adoption

Location: Fairport, NY

Founded: 1873


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Average Number of Thoroughbreds: 8-10

Originally founded in 1873, Lollypop Farm was established to aid equine and cattle working alongside the Erie Canal. Today, the organization sits on over 300 acres of land in Fairport, NY, and helps thousands of homeless, abused, and community animals of all kinds every year. As one of the only humane societies in the area to accept horses and farmyard friends, Lollypop Farm is often called upon to assist in large and difficult cases for the surrounding area. The organization took in 26 horses from the community last year. Lollypop Farm not only adopts equines to loving homes but hosts an extensive foster program called Compassionate Aide for Retired Equine or C.A.R.E. The program makes receiving long-term placement more feasible for horses who cannot be ridden by allowing foster care volunteers to hand in receipts from care as charitable contributions while filing their taxes. This is just one of the many ways Lollypop Farm helps homeless, abused, and neglected horses find their way to new loving homes.

In addition to animal rehabilitation and adoption, Lollypop Farm’s Humane Law Enforcement Department holds the SPCA designation in four surrounding counties. Officers are called upon to investigate abuse and neglect of animals of all kinds, receiving thousands of calls for service every year. The organization also provides resources and counseling to help pet owners who may be struggling to keep their pets due to housing, employment, and other emergencies. Lollypop Farm is an independent nonprofit organization supported through contributions, grants, investments, proceeds from retail sales, and fees for programs and services. For more information and to meet current horses available for adoption, please visit