A farm sanctuary should be a separate entity from its founder(s) or operator(s). It can become questionable about the motivations for starting a farm sanctuary, if the farmed animals are mainly there to promote a personal page of a founder or operator, to increase their notoriety.

Of course, operators and volunteers will have their own personal pages they can use and discuss their day-to-day lives working or volunteering at a farm sanctuary, sharing farmed animal stories etc. But for professionalism and public perception, a separate stand-alone social media platform needs to be available for the farm sanctuary.


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