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During 2008, we purchased the first buffalo heifers from Phuza Moya that came from Mr . Wayne Wagner who is known for some of the best Kruger bloodline animals.


Bulls from Thaba Tholo , the Czech Republic ( East Africa ) and Dr. Hein Muller, is used in the herd. The application and mixing of these bloodlines are followed with great interest.


Fertility and average inter calving period of the herd is very important to achieve sustainable productivity and maximize returns on investment.


Adult female animals should have a minimum of 31 " horns before they can get tenure in the herd