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Helping support Australia's rural communities and Aussie farmers.

We providing tangible resources to drought, flood or fire affected communities. Stock feed, Water, Financial assistance, & Volunteers.
We offer a 24/7 helpline and on the ground counselling services
Farmers - Need Help? Register here

Your messages of support.

You are fantastic people, we care about you!
Hang in th here. We pray that things turn around fast enough.
you keep Australia fed
I wish I could do more to help, after listening to the PM this morning on radio, I despair for you and can only say, please look after yourselves, we city people need you.
We thank you every time we go to the shops. We also agree that Australia needs to mobilise together, especially all our politicians and the entire community to get you through this terrible time. You are heros.
Know we are praying for you
Hang in there. We love you and God is faithful!
thinking of you all
Thankyou for the work you do.
Thankyou for the work you do.
keep your chins up, that’s what us Aussies do. It will rain eventually
our heart goes out to the poor animals. this is all I can afford sorry
Stick with it. Hopefully the Federal government will do something useful.

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.

Our Partners

TAG US IN YOUR PHOTOS #spotmybarrel

We love seeing photos of you and your donation barrels!
Whether you are dressing up like a Hawaiian or you are in your business attire to help us raise funds, we want you to share your moment with us on social media using the hashtag #spotmybarrel.

All photos of you and your barrels submitted before April 22nd will go into the draw to win a Supporter pack.

Haven’t got a barrel yet? Register Now 

We can’t wait to spot your barrel!

Beach To Bush Ride

This September, in an aim to connect Australia’s Beach and Bush communities, we’re rolling out an Australia-wide bike ride where we are encouraging You to get on your bike (or spin bike) to ride for our farmers.

The Beach to Bush Ride gives us the opportunity to assist in this worthy cause and concentrate our efforts where help is needed most.

How it works? Measure out a distance between a major country town and a major beach, and challenge yourself to accumulate the equivalent distance over the month of September.

This is your opportunity to really make a difference to the many communities across NSW that have been hit hard by the current drought. To sign up for some fun and hard work: Register Now.

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Join In for Parma for a Farmer

With many farmers suffering through one of the worst Droughts Australia has experienced; Parma for a Framer is an effort to help raise money for those in the need.

Parma for a farmer is an initiative that sees clubs and hotels donate proceeds from parma sales to help drought stricken farmers.

Parma For A Farmer is an exciting initiative to engage with hotels, clubs, restaurants, eateries across Australia who have agreed to give $1 for every parm sold to our Buy a Bale Campaign.

Register for Parma for a Farmer…

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Sponsors & Supporters


"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"