Introduction: This Game Breeding farm is situated at the foothills of the Waterberg in the Naboomspruit regions. The farm consists of 620ha of fenced camps for the breeding of rare game species and a portion for free roaming game. The breeding area has been properly planned and divided into various intensive breeding camps, complemented by extensive breeding areas for specific species. These species include a variety of rare game species, like disease-free African buffalo, golden wildebeest/gnu, black Impala, Nyala as well as other more common species such as giraffe, red hartebeest, waterbuck, eland, and giraffe .
From the spectacular hill on this Game Breeding Farm, one experiences breath-taking views over the property with its breeding camps and 4 extremely large earth dams as well as the canopy of trees it surrounds.
This Game Farm was always envisaged to be mainly for the benefit of the current owner with its large earth dams and the beauty surrounding it, but after pursuing the Game Breeding industry on a small scale for a few years the owner decided to rather pursue the industry by investing more in the dynamics of the Game Breeding industry.
Farm: Game & Breeding Farm
Location: In the Naboomspruit region - 1H50min drive from Pretoria in the Waterberg area - Limpopo Province of South Africa
Water: There are 4 bore holes but only one is equipped. There are 5 earth dams (4 large dams with permanent water) and a perennial river runs through the farm. This river adds to its rich water resources.
Developments: This one of only a view farms where the farm is not “over developed”. The farm has one big 7 bedroom villa built on top of a mountain overlooking 4 beautiful dams.
This House is in its final stage of renovation which will make this house perfect for the more discern buyer.
There is a thatch roof rondawel (rounded chalet), swimming pool, slaughtering facilities and two labour houses nest to the one game fence.!!
There is a great variety grasses and trees. Herewith is a short list of just a few of the many trees:
Dominant Grass Species:
Small game like Steen buck, Duiker, Bushbuck and Warthogs do occur here naturally. Bird enthusiasts can add a host of bushveld endemics to their list, including Crimson-breasted Shrike, Martial Eagle, Kori Bustard, white-fronted Bee-eater, and Giant Kingfisher etc.
Fencing: The farm’s boundary fence is 2.4m high, 21 stands. All game fencing is accordingly to the requirements of nature conservation. There are several Game Breeding camps as well.
There are 3 breeding camps (1 x 25ha, 1 x 23ha, 1 x 70ha). There is a total of
42 x Buffalo
50 x Oryx (Golden Oryx mix)
30 x Impala (Black mix)
These Breeding game is included in the Selling price.
This beautiful Game Breeding Farm consists rolling topography with perennial river that is flowing through the farm. Rocky outcrops creating elevated koppies with the most beautiful sceneries. Open planes with good pastures that insure you of a well-balanced bushveld farms. Mixed veldt that differs from sandveld sour grazing to a red sand loam with sweet grazing. Indisputably, this farm is one of the best farms in the Limpopo province of South Africa.
Quality with Elegant sophistication marks all development in this game farm. Here at this Game Reserve, where the most spectacular sunsets are experienced; you'll find unsurpassed peace and tranquility while in the distance nocturnal life comes alive.
Bird watching over 300 species of Southern African bird life. Because of the rolling typographic landscaping, almost 100% of the farm can be utilized and accessed. indeed this is a still wilderness hidden in a peaceful atmosphere that brings out the most in tranquility and the softness of Nature
Price: The Selling Price is based on several factors pertaining recent farms sales in the area, exclusivity and taking in consideration the costs of current developments of such a high standard.
The Selling price is a follows R14.9mill (excl. VAT should it be payable)
Game numbers on the video was early last year and is not applicable anymore. The more accurate numbers are listed as below.