The following are several links to other sites of interest, either related to this site in directly or indirectly. Blaschke Exotics invites you to visit out fellow exotic livestock producers on the web. We work closely with them and they help us provide you with the best animals available.

Jay Novacek's Upper 84 Former Dallas Cowboy Jay Novacek, invites you to be a guest on his 3500 acre private hunting ranch. This beautiful, rugged, cedar-covered hill country is located 30 minutes from North Platte's Lee Bird Field. (Capable of handling jet aircraft) or just four hours east of Denver on I-80. No matter how you choose to arrive, you will be treated to up to four days of guided hunting for one or more of 20 different native and exotic big game species. They also feature upland game bird hunting and can get you in touch with some great duck and goose hunting.



Nakuru Our main connection with exotic livestock farms and ranches in Mexico. Nakuru is an excellent operation with international connections. We do quite a lot of business with them. This site's in Spanish, but AltaVista.com offers a nifty translator service which does a serviceable job. Hopefully we'll get an English-language mirror site up before too long.



Heart-Bar Deer Farm Another operation we work closely with, Heart-Bar has one of the largest Fallow herds in the state. They've selectively bred their animals for two different strains-- high-quality venison stock, and trophy antler development. If you're looking for Fallow, you need look no further.



Texas Parks and Wildlife Department This is a very thorough site put together by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, which has a tremendous amount of information not only on the wildlife that abounds in Texas, but also on hunting, fishing and recreation in general.



Exotic Wildlife Association "Practicing Conservation Through Commerce Since 1967" The EWA is North America's oldest and most successful organization of non-native wildlife breeders and managers. Founded in Texas in 1967, the EWA is now recognized as the leading advocate and defender of animal-owner rights and for-profit species conservation. Today's EWA represents Members throughout the U.S. and in several foreign countries. EWA Members have propagated and protected some of the largest populations of privately owned wild ungulates in the world. In fact several species, such as the barasingha (a deer native to India) and the scimitar-horned oryx (an antelope native to north Africa), are now more numerous on EWA Member-ranches than they are in their entire countries of origin.



North American Deer Farmers Association The place to find information about your deer and livestock operation. NADeFA offers more than 20 books and videos for sale, two quarterly publications, a members-only Animal Health Line, local contacts, the Deer Registry based on isolated DNA sequencing, an annual conference, deer farming seminars and deer vet seminars.



World Wildlife Fund Known worldwide by its panda logo, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is dedicated to protecting the world's wildlife and wildlands. The largest privately supported international conservation organization in the world, WWF has sponsored more than 2,000 projects in 116 countries and has more than 1 million members in the U.S. alone. WWF directs its conservation efforts toward three global goals: protecting endangered spaces, saving endangered species, and addressing global threats. From working to save the giant panda, tiger, and rhino to helping establish and manage parks and reserves worldwide, WWF has been a conservation leader for more than 36 years. Blaschke Exotics supports their noble preservation and conservation efforts, and encourages everyone to do likewise.



The Ultimate Ungulate Page This page is, to put it bluntly, simply amazing. Brent Huffman has spent untold hours putting together the most authoritive site on hoofed mammals on the web. While the endeavor is far from complete, there's an astounding amount of information here, and a plethora of species that are mind-bogglingly obscure, to say the least!