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    Need me some Llamas!

    If only DoC would allow pack llamas or goats.

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    I had the same thought the first time I watched this.


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    I know of some pack goats in action with success.. local DOC are in the loop and okay with it.

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    Yep but you would need a window between you and them while in transport! Our windscreen wipers on the inside and wearing of a rain coat while driving spitting as a defence mechanism god sure was nuts when he invented this one

    I wonder how they would go in the roar, would some second rate stag try to round them up

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    Yep, we had exactly the same thought too. Bloody awesome.

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    I reckon they are the next thar. Let a few go into the southern alps and let them breed for a bit. Start hunting them and evolution will change them from the dumb arses they are now into a cunning quarry. Let some Emu's go into the lowland bush to replace the moas.
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Size:  814.0 KBapparently there's some in Te Urewera..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggun708 View Post
    Attachment 64160apparently there's some in Te Urewera..
    I laughed my ass off when I first saw that...

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    Every time I drive past some in a farm paddock I wonder what they taste like. I am also puzzled as to how may extra neck chops you would get on one on them things ....? I do love slow cooked neck chops

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    There are llama tours run out of hanmer springs. Tuck the lead rope through your belt and they follow along like a horse. Tour isn't aimed at hunters but I imagine it's the same as dogs, start them on a suppressed 22 before letting a braked 30cal + off beside them

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotbarrels View Post
    Every time I drive past some in a farm paddock I wonder what they taste like. I am also puzzled as to how may extra neck chops you would get on one on them things ....? I do love slow cooked neck chops
    Same number of chops just a bit bigger, giraffes only have 7 vertebrae. Now there is a serious neck chop, would need a bigger slow cooker

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    I thought that was just me.... Thank god I'm not crazy!

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    There are some Alpacas just down the road Stug. Will they do you?
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    Actually @Rushy I would prefer pack goats but I can't really see DoC being keen on wandering Arthurs Pass with 4 goats in tow!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    There are some Alpacas just down the road Stug. Will they do you?
    Alpaca lunch! (say it fast)
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