Featured in the book Ninety-Five: Meeting America's Farmed Animals in Stories and Photographs pg. 77
Jordan was rescued by Farm Sanctuary from the Lancaster, Pennsylvania stockyards. He was a "downer" suffering from salt toxicity/water deprivation. "Downer" is the term the meat and dairy industries used to refer to animals so sick, diseased or disabled that they can not even stand on their own. Jordan lived 15 long, happy years at their New York shelter before he passed away.