Whr to buy live cheap chicken?

Prefer LIVE chick or old hen.

if the chick have broken leg or whr cacat nevermind. as long its cheap. :smiley:
Can take in everyweek. cos i need to feed my snake

contact me at 014-394-5538.
Danny Sia.

Thanks!

y not breed rat for snake?

I got big snakes. =)

[quote=“Legend”]Prefer LIVE chick or old hen.

if the chick have broken leg or whr cacat nevermind. as long its cheap. :smiley:
Can take in everyweek. cos i need to feed my snake

contact me at 014-394-5538.
Danny Sia.

Thanks![/quote]

Try padang kerbau there…by pass road…
i saw a sign there writes : Jual Ayam tua…

old hen are generally cheaper than usual chicken…

cheers mate…

I think he prefer those chickens send to his house?

[quote=“Athrun_zala_faith”][quote=“Legend”]Prefer LIVE chick or old hen.

if the chick have broken leg or whr cacat nevermind. as long its cheap. :smiley:
Can take in everyweek. cos i need to feed my snake

contact me at 014-394-5538.
Danny Sia.

Thanks![/quote]

Try padang kerbau there…by pass road…
i saw a sign there writes : Jual Ayam tua…

old hen are generally cheaper than usual chicken…

cheers mate…[/quote]
can get the contact number?

Wow… Nabau?

Wow… Nabau?[/quote]

LOL…
if Nabau,you need rajang river as it’s home…

What’s nabau? lol

(Copy from last topic.)

According to Iban legend, Nabau is a giant snake comparable to the size of a drum and is more than 100 feet in length. The recent sighting of Nabau cruising along the Baleh River in Kapit has some resemblance to the Loch Ness monster known as Nessie in Scotland. Judging by the photographs taken of Nabau, could the two animals of a similar breed?

Before going into the Nabau story, let me give the readers some information on the Loch Ness monster. It was first sighted by St. Columba in 565AD when he and his followers crossed the loch (lake) and since then it has been sighted now and then. The last sighting was reported on 17 June 1998. Many have described it just like a log, then up-turned boat or a large object with long tail.

On 30 November 1989, George Edwards discovered what looked like the hiding place of the monster in a depth of 812 feet of the loch. So many people including scientists have conducted a search for the elusive monster. One American, Robert Rines, now aged 85, has spent 37 years searching for the animal.

Now back to our Nabau, a member of the disaster relief committee, Sibu on 31 January 2009 was monitoring the flood situation in Ulu Rajang in a helicopter when he saw a monster that looked like a big snake cruising along the river. He took photographs of the monster at 5.30 pm at one of the Sungai Baleh tributaries from the helicopter.

According to Chuat Radin, the monster was Nabau, a python-type of snake, a much bigger in size and much longer in length. Among the Iban folk tales, super Nabau is like a petara (god) which has super natural powers. Seeing it alone will bring luck to the man. Its scales used by Iban as pangkor which give super strength, someone like the incredible Hulk.

Nabau has also been seen at Stambak Ulu and Ili in Betong and else where in Sarawak. In Africa and Sri Lanka this type of snake is known as anaconda.

There were tales among the Ibans in Kapit that when Temenggong Koh, Datuk Kenneth Kanyans father passed away in 1950s, he became a Nabau and used to appear in dreams. Koh was one of the pioneering Ibans who migrated to Entawau during the Brooke regime. As he was knowledgeable in Iban Adat and had the respect of the Brooke regime, he was made a Temenggong, the paramount chief of the Ibans.

But does Nabau really exist in Sarawak? And is the one seen at Sungai Baleh a Nabau or not?

Thus search and research should be conducted now by individuals or by those in authority such as the Sarawak Museum and the Ministry of Tourism to determine the existence of this huge creature.

Like in Scotland, where once a year Nessie festival is being organised, the authority in Kapit perhaps can organise such a festival. For what you know, the Nabau story can now become the star attraction as well as bringing more luck to Kapit such as in the form of development and road construction which the people have been asking for in the past 45 years. - The Broken Shield

jalan miri bintulu got alot. since gawai is comming do expect large volume of ayam tua for sale

it’s the stuff of legend…

somebody claim that those picture actually editted…

i once remember this news even aired on tv…
real or not…we go adventure search for it…how’s that? :mrgreen:

What type of chicken u talk about? Those we can eat tru our mouth or the other way!!!
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Correct me if I’m wrong, but I’ve been told that there are a few chicken farm that supplies meat & eggs to the whole of Miri city near Taman Tunku area - perhaps they may have defect stock to get rid off. Don’t have their details but if anyone know, please share.

i once remember this news even aired on tv…
real or not…we go adventure search for it…how’s that? :mrgreen:[/quote]

the wonder of the internet…whole world knows the story but not the Baleh people…(except with internet connection)