Buffalo Kloof Private Game Reserve

082 412 2956 | warne.buffalokloof@gmail.com

Buffalo Kloof is situated 40km south of the Great Fish River in the Southwell Valley in the heart of heartwater country. The farm, owned by Warne Rippon, has been breeding game since 2005. It is home to the source of the Kowie River and diverse vegetation of open grassland and thick Eastern Cape riverine bushveld. This allows for the breeding of a diverse range of game.
The rare game species on Buffalo Kloof includes buffalo, southern roan, sable, black impala, golden wildebeest and bontebok. The buffalo herd gene pool predominately originates from the top renowned clean Addo buffalo breeding cows.
Buffalo Kloof is known to produce easy care, fertile animals that adapt well to new environments and has increased resistance to diseases.


Kwandwe Signature Wildlife

083 406 0147 | angus@kwandwe.co.za

​Kwandwe Signature Wildlife lies adjacent to Kwandwe Private Game Reserve in the Great Fish River Valley of the Eastern Cape.

The 20,000 hectares of Kwandwe is home to the Big 5, including an extensive population of disease-free buffalo that has produced some outstanding genetics in the past sixteen years.

The breeding operation focuses on, Sable, Roan, Bontebok, Nyala, Golden Wildebeest, Coffee Springbuck and of course Buffalo.


Murray Ranches

083 455 8080 | mike@murrayranches.co.za

​Murray Ranches has been involved in game breeding since 1972 when we started investing in wildlife. Game is a passion that we hoped would one day supplement our ranching / farming business.

Today we are custodians to 40 species of African Game, ranched under extensive conditions, hardened to our natural habitat.

With some select species we apply single/select sire breeding strategies, however for the great part of the ranch & species – -multiple sire / nature takes its course.

Our wildlife populations, through management – mainly by selective culling and introduction of new genetics regularly – has positively proved to enhance and broaden the genetic variation and quality of our game in general.


Piet du Toit Wildbedryf

082 336 9268 | piet@pietdutoit.com

​A deep passion for African wildlife has always been part and parcel of the Du Toit family. With the knowledge and advice passed on by the late Johan Gerber, Piet du Toit Wildbedryf was born. Farm Hoogenbomen, north-west of Rustenburg, was developed and matured into the exotic game breeding farm it is today. Piet du Toit Wildbedryf also expanded to farms in the Limpopo Province, the Southern Cape, the Central and Southern parts of the Kalahari, and Namibia.

Driven by strength and power of top genetics, Piet became a leader in offering exceptional animals and knowledge to the industry.

Piet believes that it is impossible to manage an investment successfully without 100% commitment, absolute passion and a supportive team. The advice of other successful breeders, experienced veterinary scientists and business mentors will thus always be deeply valued. New research and innovative business models are continuously implemented in the wildlife consortium. To Piet, the biggest priority at all times is the well-being of the animals and the accessibility for all to enter the industry.

Piet du Toit Wildbedryf is renowned for some of the best Buffalo breeding bulls namely, MATETSI, BAYETU and HORISON.

After careful selection, the success recipe was expanded to include Sable bulls, such as CHARLIE, TSUNAMI, HATARI and SAVUTI. The female offspring of MADALLA, MADIBA, PIET, CHARLIE, MR. PERFECT and TSUNAMI proofs to be amongst the best genetic variations.


Woody Cape Wildlife

084 567 8080 | warrick@woodycapewildlife.co.za

​Woody Cape Wildlife is nestled within the renowned ‘Golden Mile’ district of the Eastern Cape, South Africa. The property boasts a high carrying capacity within an abundance of natural vegetation. Secured by the strictest bio-control principles, not only do we offer the market the very best wildlife, but also provide this with complete confidence to our clients.

Specializing in East African and Addo Buffalo, Woody Cape Wildlife’s attention is firmly fixed on breeding only the top pinnacle of the world’s genetics through scientific research, individual selection and professional management.