The last time we all saw Jon Stewart he was helping his one-time nemesis Seth Rollins win the World Heavyweight and US Championship titles at WWE’s SummerSlam by doing this to John Cena:
Jon Stewart just turned heel at SummerSlam, taking out John Cena w chair. pic.twitter.com/KaRG8qa7v9
— Jimmy Traina (@JimmyTraina) August 24, 2015
These days he’s just chilling in a new farm that he and his family are about to open for rescued farm animals. And cows, sheep, and other animals are all welcome to hang with him.
According to the New York Times, Jon and his wife Tracey will start welcoming abused animals in the coming months in Bufflehead Farm, a 12-acre land in Middletown, New Jersey that they bought back in 2013.
The Times also reports that the animal sanctuary will be open to cows, sheep, goats, chickens, turkeys, and pigs.
“We bought a farm in New Jersey, with the intention of starting a farm sanctuary of our own,” Tracey Stewart said at Farm Sanctuary’s annual gala, according to the Huffington Post. “We’re getting married. Farm Sanctuary and us, we’re getting married.”
The Stewarts are planning to eventually open the doors of their farm to the public by appointment.
“Our hope is to get a lot of school groups in,” Tracey told The New York Times.
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