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Postby Graeme » Sun Jun 20, 2010 10:37 pm

Hi .Graeme here.I'm a semi retired dairy farmer now lol.Have a 11 acre life style block now at Ngatea. Been around poultry all my life.I'm a poultry judge.Game fowl and bantams.I breed Old English game fowl and bantams.(A few pekin bantams thrown in)Magpie ducks,Lavender Guinea Fowl, Swinhoe pheasants and Lady Amherst pheasants
Even got a trio of Alpacas.Down to 1 TB broodmare now.Also a few beef cows for rearing calves. ;)
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Re: Graeme

Postby DRG » Mon Jun 21, 2010 7:11 pm

Welcome Graeme!
Wow sounds like you have a real menagorie there! That must keep you busy!
I'll see you round!
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Re: Graeme

Postby Helen » Thu Jun 24, 2010 6:26 pm

8-) Hi there, you will have to let us know when your horses are racing!!
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Re: Graeme

Postby Graeme » Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:10 pm

Ha!Ha!.He's not named yet.Won't be 2 until Aug.Will let you know. ;)
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Re: Graeme

Postby DRG » Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:17 pm

Ohhhh!! ANOTHER reason to go to the races!! 8-) sounds like a plan
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Re: Graeme

Postby Helen » Thu Jun 24, 2010 7:54 pm

:lol: You're onto it - he gave me a good tip a year or so ago!!
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Re: Graeme

Postby poppy » Tue Oct 15, 2019 12:01 pm

Hi Graeme,
I am looking for a female Lady Amherst Pheasant. I have a male Lady Amherst that lives freely on my property and I have decided that I would like to find a mate for him since I have not seen a female around. I saw in your post that you have all types of poultry and wondered if you might have a female Lady Amherst for sale or if you might know where I could get one. I have tried a few places so far with no luck. I am in Hastings but would be happy to pick up from anywhere in the North Island. Many thanks, Poppy
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Re: Graeme

Postby Marina » Thu Oct 17, 2019 9:38 am

Hi Poppy and welcome to PC.

Graeme posted some 9 yeasr ago so he may not reply. But have a look at http://www.rarebreeds.co.nz/directoryf.html#other I also know Willowbank Wildlife reserve have Amherst pheasants. Their phone number is 03 359 6226

I hope you can find a mate for your male.

On a different note: We have 2 male pheasants we see occasionally - just the normal ones. There are females but we only have seen 1 dead chick once and someone else saw a female on the other side of the valley. The females are much more secretive so even if you don't see one there may well be one around.
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Re: Graeme

Postby fotso » Sat Nov 09, 2019 5:04 am

Hi Graeme,
I am looking for a female Lady Amherst Pheasant. I have a male Lady Amherst that lives freely on my property and I have decided that I would like to find a mate for him since I have not seen a female around. I saw in your post that you have all types of poultry and wondered if you might have a female Lady Amherst for sale or if you might know where I could get one. I have tried a few places so far with no luck. I am in Hastings but would be happy to pick up from anywhere in the North Island. Many thanks, Poppy
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