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    How is that for home grown Tomatoes


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    That is excellent Sarvo. Bloody hell the rats are big and hairy down your way.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    That is excellent Sarvo. Bloody hell the rats are big and hairy down your way.
    They know which one crapped on the lawn now too.
    Always a mystery around here trying to work out which mutt is responsible for doing that.
    Overkill is still dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    How is that for home grown Tomatoes


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    That 17 week old rat (not da Mrss) is turning into a ripper !!
    Hunt - air scenting Pigs at 100m
    Swims like a water rat too - just like he has been on our Planet b4
    Had a lot of Dogs and this one is toppen it "thus far" still need time to confirm but ??
    Yea - does a lot of crapping - and still not 100% house trained - his only negative at moment (pissin not crappen)

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    Snapper portions seasoned then floured and fried in butter with hand made hollandaise sauce and kumara and potato rosties.
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    Thats the only pic I took🤡....shit was busy in the kitchen!

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    Pic doesn't say much but one of the best venison feeds I've ever had. 4 hr slow cooked red yearling shredded shoulder tacos

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    Pic doesn't say much but one of the best venison feeds I've ever had. 4 hr slow cooked red yearling shredded shoulder tacos

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    OK that just made my mouth water.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    OK that just made my mouth water.
    Ever get to this side of the big water I'll shop one up for you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    Ever get to this side of the big water I'll shop one up for you!

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    I reckon it'd be worth crossing the pond just for that.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
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    Was down Haast for the last few days visiting and had a feed of some Beefallo put on for tea one night.

    Hereford crossed with American Buffalo.
    Had no idea this was possible, especially when looking at the animals running around together.

    Have to say it was the best beef I have eaten. Ton of flavour. Not fatty but tasted like it was. Almost buttery.

    Left with a chilly bag full so having some tonite.
    Not a great pic on my phone as was pissing down and on dusk but the Buffalo just run with the beef. All great mates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    Was down Haast for the last few days visiting and had a feed of some Beefallo put on for tea one night.

    Hereford crossed with American Buffalo.
    Had no idea this was possible, especially when looking at the animals running around together.

    Have to say it was the best beef I have eaten. Ton of flavour. Not fatty but tasted like it was. Almost buttery.

    Left with a chilly bag full so having some tonite.
    Not a great pic on my phone as was pissing down and on dusk but the Buffalo just run with the beef. All great mates.

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    I heard of this some years ago - cannot remember where (think it was in Waikato - no not the beer Waikato Gadget)
    Exact same words - how flavorsome and tender etc

    All the rage has been Re the "Wagyu Beef" - I tried it (mate grazes 4-600 in Kapiti for Company that Exports to Japan etc) and yea-na - was OK - but I was somewhat disappointed after all the hype

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    I heard of this some years ago - cannot remember where (think it was in Waikato - no not the beer Waikato Gadget)
    Exact same words - how flavorsome and tender etc

    All the rage has been Re the "Wagyu Beef" - I tried it (mate grazes 4-600 in Kapiti for Company that Exports to Japan etc) and yea-na - was OK - but I was somewhat disappointed after all the hype
    We get 99% of our beef off the family farms which is Jersey, Hereford cross.

    It is good real good. They're on excellent tucker year round and I thought had no equal and I have had all the rave cuts from all over the place.
    But flavour wise, the Beefallo is better again. Maybe just coz it is new to me but very unique.
    I have dibs on a half Beefallo next year. He is only a year old now.

    Apparently they're crazy and jump out of or destroy any yard and fence. Hard to farm so maybe why they're not so well known.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R93 View Post
    We get 99% of our beef off the family farms which is Jersey, Hereford cross.

    It is good real good. They're on excellent tucker year round and I thought had no equal and I have had all the rave cuts from all over the place.
    But flavour wise, the Beefallo is better again. Maybe just coz it is new to me but very unique.
    I have dibs on a half Beefallo next year. He is only a year old now.

    Apparently they're crazy and jump out of or destroy any yard and fence. Hard to farm so maybe why they're not so well known.

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    My father always said the best beef he EVER ate was a Jersey/Hereford X
    I wont ask exactly where these Beefallo are (I think I can guess) but any chance of buying some meat from them ??
    How many do the breed per year ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sarvo View Post
    My father always said the best beef he EVER ate was a Jersey/Hereford X
    I wont ask exactly where these Beefallo are (I think I can guess) but any chance of buying some meat from them ??
    How many do the breed per year ??
    They have no long term plans. They ones they have, have destroyed enough of the farm apparently
    The yearling I am getting half of is already as big as an adult. Brindle coat. I wouldn't mind the skin.

    I will keep some aside for you when I buy mine.
    I doubt they will breed them for sale as they were an accident in the first place.

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