Meet the 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 100 rescued pigs, cows, goats, sheep and chickens who have been rescued from the animal agriculture or food industry. Read their stories here...


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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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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Farm Animal Rescue Kane


Kane is a large white cross who brings all of the character to the yard. Kane loves to sit and have a chat, but is also happy to bite your finger off if you go anywhere near his food. At 250 kgs he is one of the slimmer sanctuary pigs and is definitely the most …

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Rescued dorper sheep     Joanie was rescued in April 2017. We presume that both Joanie and her friend Annie were being fattened in preparation for someone’s dinner, and so we will never really understand how they were discovered tied up under an abandoned house without food or water. When they arrived at sanctuary they …

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Edward. Discarded and unwanted. Now safe at sanctuary. Edward is six months old.


George. Discarded and unwanted. Now safe at sanctuary. George is three.


Charlie was born at sanctuary after her mother tricked us into letting her hatch an egg. She is growing into a magnificent hen and is currently 3 months old. Since the day she was born her mother has never left her side. As she gets older she tries to do things without her, but she …

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Annie injured with large wound in her back


Annie joined us at sanctuary on Saturday weighing just 34 kilos. (A healthy sheep of her age should weigh about 55 kilos). On her arrival Annie exhibited symptoms of extreme malnutrition and multiple scabbed lesions indicating either an injury or skin problem. Annie was accompanied by Joni, her closest friend in the world. They had …

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I was hatched along side a whole bunch of other chicks, most of them my sisters (I think, we never knew our mom). After a while I was put into a box with some of my sisters and taken to a nice place with green grass and interesting flowers. We had a house to live …

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Farm Animal Rescue Inc.

1713 Dayboro Road
QLD 4521

FAR Management Committee

President - Brad King
Vice President - Carol Slater
Treasurer - Natalie Corlass
Secretary - Olivia Spadina

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