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Alan Jones promises to milk a cow… on one condition

Alan Jones has promised to milk a cow this weekend… on one condition… that the price is right.

Raised on a dairy farm in Queensland, Alan is more than capable of the task, but it’ll take a big donation to the drought appeal to see him back in action.

You could make that happen and be there to watch it too.

This Saturday, Mayberry Farm in the NSW Southern Highlands is hosting an open day and fundraiser to help keep feed their cattle.

Alan will be there after receiving a desperate email from Jade, the daughter of Mayberry Farm owners Tammy and Craig Whatman.

They say the drought has pushed them to breaking point.

“We just can’t survive. None of us can do it,” Tammy says.

Alan promises he’ll do everything he can to help out.

“If someone bids highly enough I’ll milk a cow.

“I’ve lost the art quite frankly and my arms will fall off after I’m finished.

“But if someone’s prepared to pay me enough, I’ll milk a cow.”

Click PLAY below for the full interview

Well, people obviously want to see Alan milk a cow.

Donations came in thick and fast through the open line.

Among them, Tom donated $10,000 to the family, Pierre pledged $1000 per month for the next year and pensioner Joyce offered a $1000 cheque.

Click PLAY below to hear their heartwarming calls

 

Mayberry Farm Fundraiser

12pm – 4pm, Saturday 18th August 2018

Limited tickets are available.

Entry donation $25 Adult $10 Child Under 3 free

Activities include:

  • Pat a calf
  • View the milking
  • Sausage sizzle
  • Face painting
  • Gumboot throwing competition
  • Raffles and Auction

Click HERE for tickets

Burrawang

If you can’t make it to the open day but still want to help out, Mayberry Farm has set up this fundraising page, asking for donations.

 

LET'S MAKE IT HAPPEN
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