MADISON COUNTY, Ind. (WISH) - A Madison County farm owner and his wife are out of jail, each released on a $5,000 bond.
The arrests of Daniel and Carrie Ault come more than a month after police first discovered at least 171 dead animals on their property.
The Aults now face more than two hundred animal neglect charges.
165 living animals were found on the Ault's farm, living amongst the dead animals. Many were taken to foster-care, and now most have found homes.
"I just really clicked with Roslyn. She's feisty and she's spunky and has a good bunny attitude," explained Amanda Lenz, who adopted one of the rabbits.
Lenz is the foster care director at Indiana House Rabbit Society. The society took in eleven rabbits from the Madison County farm, and seven still need a home.
Lenz says her rabbit, Roslyn, is gaining weight, and is getting used to being a "house rabbit."
"I know people get overwhelmed very easily, but it's so heartbreaking to see any animal in that kind of a condition," she said.
The Rosencrans family, of Alexandria, found two horses to call their own. Brownie's skin and fur still show signs of her past.
"She's healing, slowly, but she is healing," said Lora Rosencrans.
Rosencrans was at the farm the day the animals were rescued, and she was there as many were taken to a foster home.
When she heard the owners of the farm face more than 200 charges, she said, "I hope they get convicted on every one of them. What they did up there is completely uncalled for."
Rosencrans says she knew instantly she wanted to adopted a couple of the animals.
"This one broke from the herd and came right over to me, and I just instantly fell in love with her and had to have her," said Rosencrans.
Of the 165 animals rescued from the Ault's farm, the Animal Protection League in Anderson says most, including the ducks, roosters, chickens, even the llama, have been placed with families.
They say there are still a few hooved animals left in foster care. You can contact the Animal Protection League for more information.
Seven rabbits also still need a home. Contact the Indiana House Rabbit Society for more information.
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