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Nazar Sheep (Australia) - On Eidul Adha

Picture of Nazar Sheep (Australia) - On Eidul Adha
Slaughtering will take place in Australia. The carcass is imported to Singapore for further butchering into smaller parts.


Delivery date: 3-14 days after the meat arrived in Singapore depending on our total orders


Please select portion of meat to be collected or delivered.


Issuance of e-certificate for korban/aqiqah in Australia is by request only. During korban period, issuance of e-cert may take up to 1-2 months after korban rites completed.

We are opening registration for Nazar in Australia 2019. Slaughtering will be performed on Eidul Adha which inshaa Allah will fall on Sunday 11 August 2019.

Slaughtering and skinning of the sheep takes place in Australia. The carcass will be packed into individual packaging with number that correspond to the participant's name on our list. The carcass is then imported into Singapore for further butchering into smaller parts. One kilogram consists of 6-8 cuts of meat/bones. 

Please check Specifications for more details. Other schedule as follows:

Final order              : Monday, 5 August 2019

Delivery                  : Friday - Sunday, 16-18 August 2019

Collection                : Saturday, 17 August 2019

Time of delivery and location for collection will be informed later.

Please note that delivery to your doorstep will entail additional charges of $15.00 per sheep. There will be no photo or video provided for all aqiqah and korban performed in Australia as it is not allowed by the abattoir.

Regarding Nazar (also written as nadhr), it is making a vow in the name of Allah. As an illustration, a person may make a vow of this type “O Allah, if you alleviate such and such a person from their sickness, I promise to sacrifice one sheep/goat etc”, then the person who make a vow is obliged to fulfil the sacrifice if the person is healed. In this case it is wajib to give away all the cooked/uncooked meat.

Note:* Picture shown is for illustration purpose only. It does not represent the actual color or size of the animal.

Meat is flown to Singapore Yes
Weight of live animal 45kg
Weight of carcass (meat and bone in average) 18kg
Animal parts discarded Head, legs, intestines and offals
Meat preservation method Chilled