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Brad King

Safe and well fed

Two little lambs Scarlett and Davis, like most of the animals at Farm Animal Rescue (FAR), were rescued from certain death. Born into the freezing Victorian weather, both had lost their mothers and were alone at one day old. Thankfully, our rescuers found them and scooped them up into their arms, and a warm and …

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Camp FAR

Camp FAR is on again this April, and is still offering the best in bush camping including four tasty and wholesome vegan meals, a bush cash bar, yoga and meditation by Daniel from Fire and Ice, face painting, and healthful tips from acclaimed vegan nutritionist Amanda Benham. Early booker tickets are available until March 31st, …

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FARm Animal Adoption Program

The FARAAP is an adoption program that allows people like you to provide lifetime care to animals rescued from the food industry. (If you are interested in providing financial support only, please see our Sponsorship program.) The animals we rescue are individuals who often require special care. The FARAAP requires that prospective carers meet the …

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Farm Animal Rescue

Imagine a place where animals who’ve been born to live short, painful and uncomfortable lives in the commercial food industry… get to live happily and at peace without fear and stress. That place is Farm Animal Rescue. On 55 acres in the Dayboro Valley, 45 minutes north-west of Brisbane, animals whose destiny was nothing more …

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Sheep

The sanctuary sheep came from the meat and wool industries. Isabella is a Dorper Damara. They are used for lamb meat products. She was being loaded onto a slaughter truck when she was six days old and a FAR supporter yelled at the farmer until he handed her over. Isabella would’ve been made into a …

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ADDRESS

Farm Animal Rescue Inc.

1713 Dayboro Road
Dayboro
QLD 4521

FAR Management Committee

President - Brad King
Treasurer - Carol Slater
Communications - Joanne Webb

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