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Three women charged in ‘hobby farm gone wild’ case

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CALHOUN COUNTY, Mich. – Three women have been charged with Animal Neglect after nearly 350 animals were rescued from their farm earlier in September.

Suzanne Bamfield, Elizabeth Bamfield and Simone Sheldon were arraigned on the charges last week.  All three were released on bonds of $5,000.

The hobby farm was in Burlington Township and was discovered when a neighbor found a sheep that had not been sheared.

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