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Helping support Australia’s rural communities and Aussie farmers.

We provide tangible resources to drought, flood or fire affected communities. Stock feed, Water, Financial Assistance, & Volunteers.

Farmers – Need Help? Register here

Your messages of support.
Good on You. Campaign for more water (desalination plants) into river system
You keep australia goint we are so gratful for all your hard work
You have our support - don't give up!
I hope my contribution brings some joy in ridiculously challenging times. I stand beside you in spirit and I am so proud of the amazing quality produce you nurture. Your constant advocate. Fi
With God's blessings you will get through this.
I can’t thank you enough for staying on the land and growing our food. Love.
Go get em, farmers
Hope this helps at Christmas Time
i love you please have my babies
i love you please have my babies
Thanks
I care about you
No matter where you are i support you and the work you do, your amazing people doing an extremely hard job in trying conditions

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 their 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 Country 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.


Testimonials

"Thank you Buy a Bale for the opportunity to support our farmers. We live in a drought affected community and see the starving cattle being drove along the roadside, we see the town getting quieter as business slows because farmers are struggling, we see the land void of fodder"