Furever Farm, in partnership with Fuzz Design, is happy to announce its annual calendar contest for 2024. Proceeds from the sale of the calendar and photo contest will assist Furever Farm with their sanctuary in Rockleigh.
We encourage you to submit your favourite photo of your pets (up to two) and ask your family and friends to vote for them. Fees for photo entries and votes will help Furever Farm continue their efforts rescuing rural animals in South Australia.
The photography session for the top 13 winners will take place at our private farm in Monteith, South Australia. We are a minute off the freeway. We offer a number of gorgeous rural settings in a private location.
An outdoor session with Fuzz Design at our private farm property.
A pre-session appointment to personalise your session to you and your pet.
The winner will feature as the cover of the calendar and the other 12 winners will feature as pet of the month. These images will be picked by Sarina of Fuzz Design.
The opportunity to upgrade your session to a full session for only $85 to include additional pets and immediate family in the session, plus a sneak peek on social media and a 5x7 matted print of your choice.
No digital files, prints, wall art or albums from your session are included. You can opt to have a gallery reveal after your session, with the option to purchase images.
No more than 2 pets, family members or other images will be included, unless the session is upgraded to a full session.
Furever Farm is a charity rescue/sanctuary/rehoming farm for rural animals in South Australia that relies entirely on donations and fundraising to provide for the unwanted, abused and orphaned.
The vision, our mission at Furever Farm is simple - love, care, devotion, commitment, educate and promise.
* Love and care for the rescued
* Devotion to them and the cause
* Commitment against all odds
* Educate the community on these animals true nature
* and a Promise to do all of the above over and over again.
Their journey to running a rescue farm started on the other side of the world in 2009. A chance viewing of a documentary on farm animals, their treatment and the depravities of the slaughterhouse set them on a course of discovery that took two animal lovers and turned them into activists and advocates for the voiceless. Initially working with local shelters and rescue groups, primarily with domestic animals, they started saving and researching what it would take to start and run a sanctuary for the dumped, abandoned and forgotten animals of the farming industry.
In 2016 they realised our dream and moved into the property at Rockleigh and set about readying the paddocks - fixing fencing, building shelters, installing water and feed troughs, because they knew there were virtually no other farm sanctuaries and they quickly were taking calls for animals that needed new homes.
Furever Farm is now home to 80 animals, sheep, goats, full grown ‘bobby calves’, ex-racing horses, ducks, chickens and pigs.