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CQ Today Covers Adopt-A-Beast at Rockynats

Big day for Adopt-A-Beast

By Matthew Pearce

Friday, 16 June marked a milestone for Adopt-A-Beast, with the charity making its first livestock purchase to support a Barcaldine farmer suffering drought.

Founder Nathalie Grassi said she came up with the idea for Adopt-A-Beast in 2019, after devastating floods caused massive livestock losses at Julia Creek and other communities in North West Queensland.

The Gracemere-based group, which is officially listed as a non-for-profit charity with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission, aims to help farmers restock and replenish herds in times of need.

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