Kimball Farm is the name of the South Australian farm that’s gone to book.
Key points:Johnson’s Family’s owner John Smith died in 2010, his daughter, Kimball, was killed in 2013Johnson Family owner John Taylor died in 2015Kangaroo Island is the only sanctuary in the state for endangered kangaroos, and the state’s first kangaroo farm opened in 2015The story of how a family of animals went to their graves was told by News 24’s John Johnson.
He said the story of the family who died in 2011 was heartbreaking.
“My wife and I were walking up to the house where we were staying and we saw the house was completely destroyed.”
We went down to see what was left.
We saw it was completely devastated.
We had to call the police.
“They got the family together and they found Kimball and she was dead.
It was quite a shock.”
In 2014, Kimbell was shot in the head.
The next year, she was found dead at her father’s farm.
She had just turned five months old and was just weeks away from the age of legal adulthood.
She was the youngest of five children.
Kimball was just three months old when she was killed.
Johnson said she would not have survived without the love and support of her family.
“I don’t think anyone could have,” he said.
“She was so good to me.
I’ve never met anybody who was as kind and loving as she was.”
It was a terrible thing that happened to her.
“Kangaroo Sanctuary is now an established sanctuary for kangaros in South Australia.
The South Australian Government is also planning to introduce a new law to allow kangurines to be released back into the wild.
The law will come into effect in 2020.