2018 In Review

2018 In Review

2018 was Utility Farm’s busiest year to date, and established the groundwork for an even more productive 2019. Our team grew to five, and we were able to advance several projects that had been planned and delayed due to time restraints in 2017. In particular, we were able to conduct academic outreach and near-term intervention research projects that we see as priorities for being able to improve wild animal welfare in the near future, and for establishing welfare biology as an academic field

In 2018, Utility Farm completed the following:

Several of these projects will continue into 2019, and we have other big announcements coming soon. To keep up with the latest news, sign up for our mailing list. And, support our work to help us understand how to best improve wild animal welfare.



Announcing Wild Animal Initiative

Announcing Wild Animal Initiative

Utility Farm Awards Two Grants to Improve Wild Animal Welfare

Utility Farm Awards Two Grants to Improve Wild Animal Welfare