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klombard 118426 101 White Rhino on game farm in South Africa either
White Rhino on game farm in South Africa
White rhino on a game farm in South Africa. This is quite
expensive anomals to have, since there are not many on
private farms; mostly in Game Reserves.
Re: White Rhino on game farm in South Africa

what is a game farm? Friends told us from game captureing of
giraffes in South Africa. Is this done on such farms.

And a little chock: have you named the famous twisting
Lombard Street in San Francisco???

greetings from Bavaria/Germany
Re: White Rhino on game farm in South Africa
Hi Theo

A game farm is where people are keeping wild animals on
their farms and let them breed. Then they will sell some of
the animals if they have enough of them. It helps also to
keep many species that were endangered alive.
I have been to Lombard Street in San Francisco and I will
send you a picture of me standing at the street-name there
in 1998 when I went to the USA.
I have also been to Bavaria 2 times and enjoyed my stay
there on a farm.
Imported some Merinolandshaf bocke from a few breeders.
Very nice country!!! Very nice beer!!!!
Re: White Rhino on game farm in South Africa

We had a TV series here called "The Roads of San Farncisco"
and in every instalment they drive the Lombard Street. One
day we visit Frisco and since this time I know that the name
of this twisting street is Lombard Street.The Lombard street
was always very impressive for me.

My pictures show selected sheeps on the ZLF farm hair beside
the Oktoberfest about four weeks ago.

I´m also shepard. I´m keeping 10 sheeps behind my farm where
I can´t plow, so my sheeps are only green keeper or lown

If you visit Bavaria again, you will be wellcomed!

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