Rescued farm animals - Farm Animal Rescue

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Meet some of the free-roaming animals who we have rescued at FAR

Farm Animal Rescue is home to over 80 rescued pigs, cows, goats, sheep and chickens who have been rescued from the animal agriculture or food industry. Read their stories here...

Coco rescued cow Farm Animal Rescue

Coco

Cow and her baby rescued Unlike so many cows in the meat and dairy industries in Australia, Coco was one of the lucky ones. Arriving at Farm Animal Rescue on 1st February 2018 she also came with her baby George.  And whether she was just not cut out to be a mum full-time, or whether …

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Boris

Boris was born in 2010 and arrived at sanctuary on 20th April 2018.  He is one of 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 …

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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

Goat rescued along a live export route Simon was rescued from the highway along a live export route.   And we think we know just how he escaped his capture.   Behind that super sweet demeanour is a superb escape artist!  When he first arrived at the sanctuary Simon  disappeared and hid for four days before …

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Rescued goat James

James

James was part of a group that escaped from a live export truck. He is still best friends with his escapee buddies but has never really been into being around people. James prefer to spend his days grazing with his friends and keeping an eye out for low branches.

Candi

Candi is a 6 month old little lady who was lost and screaming when she was found. While she is very sweet, she constantly gets into everything and has a very bad habit of lunching with the broiler chickens, being the only goat who can jump their fence. At first Candi used to scream unless …

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Noah

Noah was being transported for slaughter when he was five days old. He had been born at dairy farm but shortly after was being disposed of as dairy farms have no use for male calves. Farm Animal Rescue negotiated his surrender with the sale yard, along with his best friend Winston and is now in …

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Winston

Winston was being transported for slaughter when he was five days old. He had been born at dairy farm but shortly after was being disposed of as dairy farms have no use for male calves. Farm Animal Rescue negotiated his surrender with the sale yard and Winston is now in his forever home at Farm …

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Peter

One of the sanctuary broiler flock, this beautiful affectionate and huge guy has been born into an oversize body that makes his life so very hard to live. Like all sanctuary broilers all these chickens are special needs and require constant health monitoring. But they pay it back in sweetness and kindness. Peter is very …

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ADDRESS

Farm Animal Rescue Inc.

1713 Dayboro Road
Dayboro
QLD 4521

FAR Management Committee

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

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