Wildlife Ranching Magazine


Game ranchers love nature and are conservationists at heart – that is why they choose the lifestyle. What the 3 500 odd game ranchers in South Africa have over the past few decades achieved is to take 20 million ha of marginal, often degraded agricultural land and improved the broader biodiversity in this huge area (20% of South African agricultural land) through introducing and increasing the numbers of indigenous game species with the consequential improved sustainability of the land, diversity and health of all plants and animals found there.

All game ranchers, game ranches and game animals on this agricultural land were supposedly administratively controlled by .

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