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Jack & Jeff

These boys were rescued from a goat dairy. Like at all dairy farms, male goats are destroyed shortly after birth. Sometimes at goat dairies this is legally done with a metal pipe. Jack and Jeff however have made it to sanctuary and will get to spend their lives with the rest of the sanctuary herd, …

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Greta

This little girl was abandoned in a dust storm with her brother. Sadly, the brother passed away from his ordeal, but Greta survived an 800km journey to get to us. Since her arrival Greta has been doing very well and has been a great best friend for Starr, another little rescue lamb.  

Two of Farm Animal Rescue's first residents

Squeak

Bubble is the sanctuary’s first resident. He is a rooster that loves cuddles and he is always happy to see visitors. Bubble is bonded with a duck called Squeak, the sanctuary’s second resident, and they both enjoy long walks and chats with each other. When Bubble was first separated from Squeak, he was always depressed …

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Jackson

Left by the side of the road without food and water, Jackson arrived at sanctuary barely more than skin and bones. Jackson is now much healthier but is unable to grow healthy horns because of how badly malnourished he was. Jackson is a sweet guy who lives with the sheep because of his compromised skeletal …

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Vicki

Three month old orphans, these guys had been seen in a port area for quite a while before our talented volunteers manage to catch them and bring them to safety. We don’t know how these babies got there. Whether they were the unwanted offspring from goat mothers being exported live, unwanted arrivals at a slaughterhouse, or perhaps some …

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Farm Animal Rescue Inc.

1713 Dayboro Road
Dayboro
QLD 4521

FAR Management Committee

President - Brad King
Vice President - Carol Slater
Treasurer - Helen Cameron
Communications - Joanne Webb

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