Korban/Aqiqah @ Batu Pahat

Pusat Ternakan Kambing
Detik Harmoni Sdn Bhd
Tiang Lampu 44
Kg Bentung Darat
Parit Jalil
Tongkang Pechah 83300 Batu Pahat

Often if we want to aqiqah or korban overseas, it is too far for us to visit (unless u take the plane or something) But this company is much closer to home. It lies at Tongkang Pechah (3omins away from Batu Pahat) and distance from BP to Singapore is only 1.5hours.

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U can order with them and then u can witness it “live” slaughtering of ur aqiqah or u can asked them to slaughter for u and “agihkan” (cook/give to the poor) .These goats are actually sent to Singapore after they are 6 months old for their meat.

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They do have goats milk too (but u need to inform them early if u wished to witness the milking or do it yourself or just purchase some fresh goat’s milk).

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These goats eat pellet and Taiwan fast-growing grass which they grew at the back of the farm.They will mix all the essential vitamins with the grass for weeks before actually allow the goats to “Savour” them.

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The goats are like humans too,. they do have ailments like the cough…

Medicine cabinet
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It’s not easy to take care of these animals. Hmm…retirement plans? anybody wanna take a shot at farming? U can contact them for franchising details.

Future plans include a much bigger land for farm stay for tourists and companies who wished to conduct some sort of team building program. All queries are welcome.

I went there late evening of Aidil Adha. I was surprised that they were willing to allow us to visit them (last minute request) and even give us a comprehensive tour around the farm.

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It was a very interesting visit….

U can check out our local goat’s farm here:
http://www.linamasrina.com/2008/05/hay-dairies-goat-farm.html

p.s: The route there was quite exciting for a mountain tortoise like me. There were some flooding here and there and I was scared that the car cannot pull thru because some of the flash floods were quite deep. Phew! Lucky , we went and return safely. But I guess , soon they will revamp the place and the roads…and it would be a much smoother ride if it wasnt raining, so no worry..

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What intrigue most is the smell of the kambings/goats and the “bleeting” a bit different than in Singapore. The smell is much powerful. (If u ever tasted mutton from Europe, the smell is very mild perhaps they use DOVE bath foam hehe!) A friend of mine got nausea by the pong. The bleeting is more human-like. I think if I listened carefully, I am able to break some codes and communicate with the goats. hehhe!Dr Doolittle…in the making.

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