FAR Residents - Farm Animal Rescue

FAR Residents

Meet some of the free-roaming animals living their natural lives at FAR

Nelson, Martin & Malcolm

  Nelson, Martin & Malcolm are three lambs rescued from a slaughterhouse just thirty minutes before they were due to be slaughtered. The boys became immediately famous after rescue and known as the Dominion Lambs, their photo has appeared in papers and news programs around the world as a beacon of hope for farmed animals. …

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Two of Farm Animal Rescue's first residents

Bubble & 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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Scarlett

Scarlett almost froze to death on the side of the road. No mother, no one caring about her, all on a freezing wet and windy night. Now warm, dry and cared for, Scarlett is a proud #Project15million rescue and is a marvellous ambassador for all of the lambs who aren’t so lucky.  

Davis

Rescued from the middle of a Victorian winter, Davis was born in a small pen with other sheep, trampled on, lost his mother, became unwanted and was rescued. One of our special #project15million rescues, we can already see that Davis has quite the personality.

Coco

Coco arrived as a new mother. After raising her baby on her own for a while she eventually decided to drop her little one in the middle of the herd and disappear for the day. She just needed a day off! Now that she has a herd to live with and everybody takes turns at baby …

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Boris

Boris is five and is the most approachable of the sanctuary steers, in fact he really likes to approach you when you aren’t looking and push you over! So we keep a little bit of distance. A lot of the younger steers seem to think he is the best thing ever, and he can be …

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George

George lives at sanctuary with his mother. He is a very small breed, and even though he is nearly one year old is still quite tiny. He is a very friendly steer who loves having cuddles.

Simon

Simon was found as a stray on the highway along a live export route. He is a very good escape artist and when he first arrived at the sanctuary disappeared and hid for four days before coming back to join the herd. Still wary of people, he enjoys being with his goat friends.

Sally

Sally is a 5 year old cow who was born at sanctuary soon after her mother arrived. She likes a bit of a snuggle from time to time and enjoys living with her family.

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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