African Wildlife

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Due to popular demand from our overseas clients and agents for African Wildlife, Karoo Livestock Exports decided to add a new branch to our existing export network.

The professional team of experts of Karoo Livestock Exports has many years of experience in game capturing and the translocation of wildlife. We currently farm with almost forty species in the Western Cape Province of South Africa.

Karoo Livestock Exports decided to incorporate our seventeen year experience in the export of domesticated livestock with our extensive involvement in the African Game trade.

The welfare of the animals and birds are our first priority. We always promote biodiversity and sustainable utilization, since we strongly believe in conservation.

Karoo Livestock Exports is in contact with zoos and game ranches worldwide and our professional veterinarians already have a long term relationship with many of these zoos and ranches.

We have successfully exported animals to more than twenty countries and we provide a complete back-up service to our clients, even after arrival at the final destination.

Karoo Livestock Exports is also fortunate to have the expertise of Prof. K. du P. Bothma, who is internationally recognised as the world’s expert on African Game and Game farming. Prof Bothma has accumulated vast experience over the years in regards to establishing game ranches worldwide.

As with all our exports, our motto remains “Quality is the name of the Game”

African Wildlife for Export Photo Gallery

We are the number 1 exporter of livestock from South Africa and have exported Ostriches, Boer Goats, Sheep, Cattle and Game to the following countries:United Arab Emirates (U.A.E), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Arab State of Kuwait, Arab Republic of Egypt, Republic of Turkey, Republic of Senegal, People’s Republic of Bangladesh, Islamic Rebublic of Pakistan, State of Japan, Malaysia, Kingdom of Thailand, Republic of the Philippines, Republic of Mozambique, Ukraine, Republic of Slovenia, Brazil, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Somalia