Working Bee with Sam the Calf - Farm Animal Rescue

Sam an Angus calf

We are holding a working bee which will focus on the cattle paddock pasture.

Meet Samuel the Angus Calf at the working bee

The pasture has been taken over by Paramatta Grass, which while not toxic, is not good for cattle’s teeth and will reduce their life span.

Work is fairly simple and not very strenuous. But there is a 10 minute walk up a steep hill back to the visitor center once the work has been completed.

We will be working in the paddock with Sam, the little Angus calf, who will be two weeks old on the day of the working bee.

We will hold a pot luck at the end of the working bee. If you would like to participate please bring a cold dish. You will need your own plate and utensils, we will not be able to provide these on the day. A huge water bottle is recommended.

You will also need boots or gumboots, sun screen, a hat and a pair of shears or scissors.. We will finish the working bee at 12.30 and then have the potluck.

Please let us know if you can attend on our Facebook Event page


Farm Animal Rescue Inc.

1713 Dayboro Road
QLD 4521

FAR Management Committee

President - Brad King
Vice President - Carol Slater
Treasurer - Kim Payne
Secretary - Aaron Lee

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