Welcome to Buy a Bale, supporting aussie farmers and rural communities throughout Australia. This drought appeal campaign is providing meaningful support for farmers by delivering hay and other essential items to farmers who have no feed left for their cattle.
All donations to our drought assistance campaign have a four fold effect. Some hay is donated, some we buy, so we're feeding a hay farmer and his family. Some of our truckies are donating their time and diesel, some loads we're paying for, so we're feeding truckies and their families. Donations towards our Farmers card inject immediate cash into the rural towns, city cash going bush. Finally what hay we deliver saves farmers cash that they can continue to spend on other items.
Australia, donating to Buy a Bale is helping not just farmers but their communities and so many more people. Thank you on behalf of our farmers for your support.
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Who out there would love to offer farmer who's done it tough the last few years a well deserved break. A change of scenery is just what many doctors are probably suggesting to break the stresses associated with drought. Do you have a property you'd love to offer up or know someone who does or maybe you'd like to host afarming family in from out west. If so please list that property with us and we'll match up our farmer sitters with farmers so they can take a break. If you think it's worth a share please do so. #mentalhealth #ruok #holiday #haveabreak ...
Our farmers need a break. Do you have a vacant property you'd like to offer a farming family or would you like to host a family? If you do or would like to, please enter your details below and we will be in touch with you to discuss your offer in more detail. After your submission we'll get in conta...
Thanks for the update on that its looking greener at McKinley Di.. Australia's Nature and Landscape Photography by Di Watson ...
I stopped right at this paddock last year, still in drought and took images of heifers and their calves in very good condition, considering how tough it was, I came through here I would say 4 -5 weeks ago and it was dry, to me it looks like they have had rain...such gorgeous cattle!
Our farmers keep this country going!