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Postby asfalinda » Fri Jan 13, 2006 2:08 pm

We are looking for genuine partner to JV in the cattle farming business.
As you know, Malaysia will be the largest Halal Hub, and we want to realising the vision of the country.

What we can offer for partnership:

i) 1000 acre land in Sabah and 100 acre land in Selangor state for Feedlot, Breeding, Halal Slaughthering house and Palm Oil Planting.

ii) Joint venture with Ministry of Agriculture for technical expertists.

iii) Good Marketing Concept and Network for profitable business

iv) Corporate Guarantee - for business expansion in future.

Total Project to kick off - RM 8 mil. We need RM 4 mil from the investor.

Interested investor, pls email directly to asfalindakeff@hotmail.com
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Postby Nemo. » Fri Jan 13, 2006 7:08 pm

this is a repeat posting it needs deleting
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Postby dotP » Fri Jan 13, 2006 11:15 pm

I am looking for genuine partner to JV in the cattle farming business.
As you know, Alloexpat will be the largest expatriate web, and ! want to realize the vision of the community.

What I can offer for partnership:

i) 1000 acre forum in the world and 100 acre forum in Malaysia for Cocktalking, Tongue Lashing and Tea Planting....of course there's also a genetic jackhammering session if you're good enough...

ii) Joint venture with Ministry of Cocktales for sarcastical advise.

iii) Good Marketing Concept and Network for time spent

iv) Corporate Guarantee - for more drinks in future.

Total Project to kick off - RM1 . I need to squeeze the investor dry.

Interested investor, pls email directly to youknowyouareabusingfreeemailswiththisk ... otmail.com

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Re: Investor for Cattle Farming Project

Postby stud » Thu Jan 19, 2006 2:01 pm

asfalinda wrote:We are looking for genuine partner to JV in the cattle farming business.
As you know, Malaysia will be the largest Halal Hub, and we want to realising the vision of the country.

What we can offer for partnership:

i) 1000 acre land in Sabah and 100 acre land in Selangor state for Feedlot, Breeding, Halal Slaughthering house and Palm Oil Planting.

ii) Joint venture with Ministry of Agriculture for technical expertists.

iii) Good Marketing Concept and Network for profitable business

iv) Corporate Guarantee - for business expansion in future.

Total Project to kick off - RM 8 mil. We need RM 4 mil from the investor.

Interested investor, pls email directly to asfalindakeff@hotmail.com


Do you realize it takes 20 acres of prime land to raise one head of cattle?
So you plan on raising 50 head of Cattle :lol: :lol: :lol: Take it from me luvie try something a little more profitable. Poppy seeds sell well!
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Re: Investor for Cattle Farming Project

Postby Nemo. » Thu Jan 19, 2006 8:14 pm

Exactly Stud. I responded to this in the other forum it was posted.

Its a typical Malaysian business proposal!!!

Totally devoid of any logic or reasoning. You know Malaysia built too massive Halal slaughetr houses to slaughter imported live Aussie beef? The joke is all that ever went through them were mossies!

Why? well the cost of transporting and unloading live cattle, then slaughter, repackaging, transportation were far higher than margins available!!! no one in their right mind would do that....

some VIP's made money on the contract to build the slaughter house though.... :cry:

Halal food DOES NOT HAVE HIGHER MARGINS! this simple fact is beyond the mossie sized brain od a few VIPS's intent on collecting phoney contracts...............


stud wrote:
asfalinda wrote:We are looking for genuine partner to JV in the cattle farming business.
As you know, Malaysia will be the largest Halal Hub, and we want to realising the vision of the country.

What we can offer for partnership:

i) 1000 acre land in Sabah and 100 acre land in Selangor state for Feedlot, Breeding, Halal Slaughthering house and Palm Oil Planting.

ii) Joint venture with Ministry of Agriculture for technical expertists.

iii) Good Marketing Concept and Network for profitable business

iv) Corporate Guarantee - for business expansion in future.

Total Project to kick off - RM 8 mil. We need RM 4 mil from the investor.

Interested investor, pls email directly to asfalindakeff@hotmail.com


Do you realize it takes 20 acres of prime land to raise one head of cattle?
So you plan on raising 50 head of Cattle :lol: :lol: :lol: Take it from me luvie try something a little more profitable. Poppy seeds sell well!
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Postby stud » Fri Jan 20, 2006 6:11 am

Well to invest 4 mil Rm's "HALF OWNER" then become the proud owner of 25 cows, The last person that made this investment finished up planting a bean stalk.
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Postby Nemo. » Fri Jan 20, 2006 8:32 am

stud wrote:Well to invest 4 mil Rm's "HALF OWNER" then become the proud owner of 25 cows, The last person that made this investment finished up planting a bean stalk.
STUD 8)


true story I heard (from a cattle expert who runs a commercial beef operation in Indonesia - they have more suitable land) was that they tried in Malaysia a test operation with 500 cows.....

after a while they sent someone along to see how things were going. they were getting wonderful reports.......

oh dear no cows!

"where are the cows?"

"well my second cousin got married so we slaughtered a couple"

"then my neighbours son got married so we slaughtered some more"

and so on and so on........then there was none

typical :roll:
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Postby roguegirl » Fri Jan 20, 2006 12:58 pm

Take it from me, Stud, planting bean stalk is a lot more profitable.

Anyway, I think porcupine, frog and monitor lizard farming is a lot more profitable too. I know a frog farm that exports their frogs to Taiwan and Hong Kong.
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Postby stud » Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:40 pm

dayna wrote:Take it from me, Stud, planting bean stalk is a lot more profitable.

Anyway, I think porcupine, frog and monitor lizard farming is a lot more profitable too. I know a frog farm that exports their frogs to Taiwan and Hong Kong.


We have Crocadile farms down here and they do quite well, meat and skins.
As for the bean stalk I read a book once about it did you know that at the top there is a giant, and also a goose that lays a golden egg :lol:
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Postby roguegirl » Fri Jan 20, 2006 4:56 pm

Yeah, Stud. I think I've come across such a book. That's why I said it's more profitable to plant bean stalk.

Is it the same Jack that goes up the hill with Jill that plant it? I heard they had a daughter now.
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