With the launch of our official range of limited edition EQUITANA Melbourne 20 years merchandise, Equitana will be donating 100% of proceeds from the ’20 year Anniversary’ pin and 10% of all proceeds from the rest of the range to Rural Aid and Buy a Bale.Between us and the thousands of passionate equestrians that make up the family, we can join together and have a small positive impact to help our Aussie farmers.
Pre-orders close August 15! See the full range here
Buy A Bale – THE MISSION
Across Australia there are thousands of farmers who need our help. As Australian’s have done in the past with floods in Queensland, fires in Victoria and South Australia, we have supported those less well off than ourselves.
Farmers in Queensland and Northern NSW need our help to keep their cattle, sheep and horses alive through one of the worst droughts in living history and after the cessation of live cattle exports, no wet season and fires.
Australian farmers are the backbone of our country. For hundreds of years they’ve fed us all. Now they need our support to keep their cattle alive and the food in our stomachs. Australia if you can help by donating we’ll see that they receive the fodder they need and the support to get them through this tough time.
For more information on Buy A Bale or make a direct donation, click here: www.buyabale.com.au
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