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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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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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Pigs are the fourth most intelligent species on the planet. They’re considered to have the cognitive ability of 3-year old human children and are quite the experts at playing video games. Much smarter than dogs, pigs are very social animals with many behaviours similar to ours – they share 98 percent of human DNA. The …

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The sanctuary hens are a designed breed. These chickens have been specifically designed to lay almost daily for 18 months and then to die. They’re descended from the Red Jungle fowl, a bird native to the Amazon and which lay two to three eggs per month, usually in clutches. However, these derivatives have been designed …

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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
Strategy - Joanne Webb


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