Raising Livestock responsibly Since 1928
We offer our clients high breed Emu Chicks in huge quantity. The chicks supplied by us are kept in appropriate condition for their healthy growth.
We have available for sale adult pairs of Rhea and Emu birds for sale. Also available are young Rhea and Emu birds.
We got chicks from a week old to 6 months old.Older breeding pair available as well.
Adults birds can weigh up to 50 – 70 lbs
Fertile hatching eggs available as well.
We have the best ostrich chicks ,eggs and feathers for sale. Contact us for detailed information, specifications and prices.
Belong to the ratite family of birds along with ostrich, emu, cassowary and kiwi.
are all flightless birds.
have large wings like ostriches, that are used in courtship, mating and aggressive displays.Contact us for detailed information, specifications and prices.
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KALAHARI & BOER GOATS
Offer the finest quality of Kalahari red pure and pure breed Boer goats for sale.Our livestock are healthy & steroid free!
Our goats weigh averagely 77 to 100 lbs and are from 6 months to 5 years old.
AWASSI FAT TAIL,DORPER & MERINO SHEEP
A Dorper is a fast-growing meat-producing sheep. The Dorper is an easy-care animal that produces a short, light coat of wool and hair that is shed in late spring and summer.
Fat tail Awassi sheep now available for sale, we have Ewes , Rams and lambs for sale.We also have breed ewes and lambs for sale.
Our sheep weigh 70 to 120 lbs and are from 6 months up until 3 years old.
Awassi ram and ewe lambs reach puberty at around 8 and 9 months of age, respectively. The breeding season of Awassi ewes starts as early as April and lasts through September. After puberty, Awassi rams are sexually active throughout the year. The normal estrous cycle in Awassi ewes is 15-20 days (average 17 days). Estrus ranges from 16-59 h (average 29 h) during the breeding season. The reproductive performance of unimproved Awassi sheep has been low while improved Awassi has the highest fertility and milk production and are the heaviest among all Awassi populations. The gestation length varies from 149 to 155 days (average 152 days). Hormones that are commonly used for induction and synchronization of estrus in Awassi ewes include progestins, gonadotropins and PGF2α. An Awassi ewe produces 18-21 gallons of milk per 150-day lactation period under traditional and improved production systems, respectively, in addition to the suckled milk left for lambs until weaning. The improved Awassi has the highest milk production among all Awassi populations and may reach 506 L over 214-day lactation period. The objective of this review is to summarize the reproductive pattern and milk production of Awassi sheep