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How much hay did the Cranky residents eat this week!??!

By Natalie / November 17, 2019 /

The answer is 2.2 tons!!! This week we bought the residents 3 large square bales of oaten hay at a cost of $380 each ($1,140). These bales each weigh approximately 700kg and we spread it between 6 different feeders. We thought maybe the residents wouldn’t be able to get through…

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Update on Arlo

By Natalie / August 8, 2018 /

Arlo arrived at Cranky’s FARM early on Saturday, 23 July to a lot of curious looks and much bellowing. He spent 24 hours in the small enclosure, usually reserved just for the goats, where he could get to know his fellow Cranky’s resident through the safety of a fence.  The…

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JACK AND HANNAH LOVE A GOOD ROLL

By Natalie / July 31, 2018 /

Jack and Hannah came to live at Cranky’s more than 5 years ago. They are father and daughter and are inseparable. Aside from food and chasing each other around their favourite thing to do is roll in their sand circles.  Often their rolling is almost like a choreographed dance.  …

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Arlo Arrives at Cranky’s

By Natalie / July 15, 2018 /

On 24 June 2018 little Arlo the 14 month old Jersey steer arrived at Cranky’s. He thew himself off the truck and immediately made his presence known amongst the other Cranky’s residents.

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Monty Arrives At Cranky’s

By Natalie / June 11, 2018 /

Monty arrived at Cranky’s FARM on Saturday, 9 June 2018.  It was an exciting day for everyone. Monty took an immediate liking to the goats and went straight to sharing a meal with them. He looked a little intimated when he met Pushy and Bubba and Hannah decided it was…

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Cranky’s FARM is officially an Australian registered charity!

By Natalie / March 22, 2018 /

This month (January 2018) we officially obtained Australian charity status.  This means a lot to us because it will give us the ability to raise the funds we need to grow Cranky’s FARM into an organisation capable of saving many more lives.  We have 100 acres and only 20 current…

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