- Sir Duncan
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Duncan wrote:Are you looking to buy some ? I will check the pet shop tomorrow to see if they still have some for sale. Usually they do have .rossetti wrote:Hey Duncan and greetings from Siem Reap. Do you have any current info on Turkeys? ThanksDuncan wrote:Just to renew an old thread, A pet shop at Takhmau always seems to have a supply of live turkeys for sale, along with rabbits, guinea pigs and chickens.
Just saying ,, if anyone is interested.
OK, this post was one of those that disappeared, so will post again.
That pet shop still has turkeys for sale. Two large breading pair, and a couple of half grown black and white ones , The owners were not at home at the time so could not get a price.
Like the spoilt child she is, she will not be happy till she destroys herself from within and breaks your heart.
Why don't Khmers eat turkey or rabbit?
- chinky chink chank
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some posters here pointed to me an article that says rabbits are considered illegal by law, as they are wild animal from the forest, unless you can prove that it is farmed, which i think will not be worth the effort (license wise and try to prove to the public that is farmed rabbits)willyhilly wrote:Why don't Khmers eat turkey or rabbit?
You quote like dagenham (and that's nothing like having moves like Beckham).[/quote]StroppyChops wrote:[quote ="vladimir"]Dude, you had problems from birth!StroppyChops wrote:when I was a kid without problems.
As in Daganham on the London rail?
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