The remaining 900 animals left on a Westport, Massachusetts, farm at the center of the largest animal cruelty investigation in the northeast will be removed from the property.
The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals says a shelter will be created for the animals.
During a search earlier this month, police found three goats that had to be euthanized, dead sheep and several other sick or injured farm animals in "deplorable conditions."
A similar incident happened on the same farm in 2010.
Town officials have been facing backlash for a lack of action against the farm.