Robert24

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  1. Probably best to keep the original blue book safe somewhere. I guess without that it would be more difficult to commit fraud. But at the end, whoever has done and been involved, I guess they can be easily traced and prosecuted Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  2. Just read it again. She faked signatures to obtain a loan. But how she can change the ownership in the Blue book is unclear to me. Maybe I'm missing something. Never mind. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  3. The 1st step of changing ownership from company to get name seems unclear to me. Did she fake some signatures too? All in all seems like a case for the police and lawyers to deal with. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  4. Here's just my view. The Triton is a good pick up, good value for money. A friend of mine is an architect, does a lot of km per year and loves it. I have driven with him as a passenger and it's a nice vehicle, albeit he has the manual gearbox. However just an aside. I wouldn't leave the decision about cars/pick ups to the wife. That's something I would decide myself. If it's mainly for the farm, I probably would go for an Isuzu, maybe a second hand one as it will suffer anyway from carrying the loads etc etc Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  5. I like the GLA, would consider it as well and is certainly enough for what you describe. But it's a small SUV, not one where you have lots of space, fit 7 people etc. For a big SUV I would go for one of the Japanese brands. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  6. Not sure if I understand the issue. "Significant lock applied " meaning that your steering wheel is turned to the max, i.e. do U turn? Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  7. The Duroc pig was ready for breeding, so next time she showed we mixed it with 100% Duroc sperm and she had 9 babies. She will have babies again next month, hope to get more this time. I can't comment about the numbers you have mentioned. We try to get to an average of 12+ babies for the mom pigs. But it's not only the numbers you also want the right specie, i.e. grows well, long body etc... I think the main reason for the long queue at the government centres is that they are relatively cheap and good quality. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  8. Those mom pigs from the government centre are actually good quality from my experience and people I have spoken to. The issue is that the queue is about 1 year because many farmers like to buy from there. So either you are lucky like my wife and can take over the queue at short notice or you have to wait. The Duroc mom pig was 8 months old and we paid 65 baht/kg (no additional charge for specie). You have to pick it up yourself. Again this was from their government centre in Khon Kaen. Prior to that my wife bought an original Landrace (Norway) from another farm in Sisaket. There we paid a lot more for the specie. This is ultimately how we developed our own specie. Hope this helps. I'm not an absolute expert but I learned a lot over time... Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  9. My farm is based in Kalasin, Khong Chai district. Yes we could talk about selling a few mom pigs. Send me a private message and I can give you more details. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  10. Depends what you are looking for. My wife bought a 100% duroc mom pig from the government in Khon Kaen. But the issue there is that they have a queuing system, so you need to find a way to get into that queue.. Otherwise there are many farms selling mom pigs, key is to have the right plan how you want to develop your specie. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  11. Just 2 points based on my experience: 1) the TE is a great option. No immigration hassle. 90 day reports you still have to do in case you stay longer than 90 days in Thailand. However in most cities (Not sure about Samui) TE will do the reporting for you - or an agent from them. 2) taking over a company who holds the property you are purchasing is an option. But not risk free. There is still a possibility that in future they do a review and consider your company a nominee. Especially if you have no other activities in this company. So you need to have a plan for such a scenario. I.e. you sell the shares to a Thai, sell the property etc. Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  12. Stupid question but what happens if you don't pay it Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  13. Great. Good quality of life in the US. Good luck[emoji4] Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  14. Where are you planning to move to? Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app
  15. I don't follow all rules neither Sent from my SM-J710F using Thailand Forum - Thaivisa mobile app