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Read about our DRC adventure, courses that we present, and our new assistant introduces herself.
Expanding Horizons! Read about how we translocated animals from Namibia to a new reserve in the DRC.
Read about our rhino translocation to the DRC (per plane), elephant vaccination, and how we treated a shot rhino.
Read about anthrax, the flehmen response, and what (NOT) to do when transporting wildlife.
Read about the ending game capture season, some odd rabies cases we had, and how feeding behaviour is influenced.
Read about horns, and we reflect back on 2018. We wish you a wonderful Christmas and New Year!
Read about how to hold an immobilized antelope correctly and how these drugs work, and the rhino bot fly.
Read about the beneficial effects of supplemental maize during the drought, and sand ingestion & impaction.
Read about pre-orbital glands, a roan with a tape worm cyst, and our latest DRC trip.
Read about how cats land on their feet, an interesting PM case and our latest Angola trip.
Read about how the first rains can cause problems, the Osananga lily (slangkop) and we reflect back on 2019.
Happy 2020! Read about heat adaptations in animals, corneal ulcers and rabies/anthrax labels.
Read about the elephant's trunk, the diversity of hooves, photosensitivity and the Wildlife Para-Professional weekend.
Read about COVID-19 in pets, a vultures' stomach, cat vaccines and our Post-Mortem course.
Read about PM case discussions, the Swakop elephant translocation and
CCF’s carnivore conflict support field station.
Read about the fascinating chameleon's tongue, African Swine Fever and the driving forces behind quality trophy production.
Read about camouflage in animals, and our latest article on herd immunity in rabies and COVID-19.
Read about the return of the frogs, 'crying' elephants and the Foot and Mouth outbreak.
Happy 2021! Read about sweaty hippos, our courses, vaccines and the latest FMD outbreak.
Read about the Omajowa, the courses that we offer, and the rather nasty Putzi (or mango) fly.
Read about moths and butterflies, our new vaccination cards, the Animal crime scene course and Lumpy Skin Disease.
Read about warthy warthogs, snake bites in pets and our Post-Mortem and Animal crime scene courses.
Read about shedding snakes, broken horns in antelopes and our game translocation to Angola.
Happy 2022! Read about our regional WhatsApp groups and courses, sleeping animals and giraffes and their browse lines.
Read about pronking springbuck, our Animal Crime Scene and Evidence Handling course, and what to do against a high tick-burden on your farm.
Read about spotted hyenas, our regional WhatsApp-groups, the Wildlife Para-Professional Weekend 2022 and our Animal Crime Scene course at Etango Ranch.
Read about the waterbuck's bum, and an interesting case we had about a eland heifer with bottle jaw.
Read about our latest article:'Animals and cold weather'our courses we did and the differences between our two dart guns.
Read about the tortoise shell, a case discussion of a PM examination of a roan heifer, and brown hyena immobilization in the Sperrgebiet.
Read about why hippos can't swim, our recently held post-Mortem course and a sable with a tapeworm cyst.
Read about why immobilized antelopes need to be kept sternal, our recent DRC game translocation and the rhino horn trade.
Read about how chameleons change colours, intervertebral disc disease, game capture season and how farmers deal with poaching cases.
Read about how zebras can stand while sleeping, the pulse oximeter and the poisenous plant the Osananga Lilly - Slangkop.
Read about our year overview of 2022, and the Angola game translocations we did in the last few months. We wish you a wonderful Christmas!
Happy 2023! Read aboutMeasles in game and livestock, skin conditions in game and our regional WhatsApp groups.
Read about scent glands, Smart Parks, an oryx with skin lesions, the Klawerberg & Vriende Veiling, and a video about rhino horn trade.
Read about how some lizards can detach their tail, how we can improve breathing in immobilized animals, the Klawerberg & Friends game auction and our new website.
Read about the importance of bees, animals and cold weather, and we explain the Documentation-section on our website.
We regularly sent out newsletters and articles to our clients, where we discuss diseases, game- and veld management practices, jobs we have done etc. By doing so we hope to educate and to empower game farmers. We thought you might be interested in this as well, hence this special newsletter.
In this Angolan newsletter, meant for farmers and other interested people in Angola, we explain in Portuguese why elands make a ‘clicking sound’ when they walk, the advantages of game farming, and we introduce ourselves and what we do.
Neste boletim informativo angolano, direccionado a produtores e a outras pessoas interessadas em Angola, explicamos em português a razão pela qual os elandes fazem um som de “clique” quando andam, as vantagens da produção de animais selvagens, e apresentamo-nos e explicamos o que fazemos.
As a service to the Angolan (game) farmer we decided to write a newsletter in Portuguese, where we strive to inform you on a multitude of wildlife related topics. We feel that it is essential that people make educated decisions, be it in game farming and or livestock. In this newsletter you can learn more about pre-orbital glands in animals, lumpy skin disease, and we share our latest Angola game translocation story to the Cuatir Conservation Project.
Como serviço aos produtores angolanos, decidimos escrever um Boletim Informativo em português, onde nos esforçamos por informá-lo acerca de uma série de tópicos relacionados com a vida selvagem. Achamos que é essencial as pessoas tomarem decisões informadas, quer seja na produção de animais selvagens ou de gado. Nesta edição do Boletim Informativo pode aprender acerca das glândulas pré-orbitais dos animais, da doença Dermatose Nodular Contagiosa (Lumpy Skin Disease), e partilhamos ainda a história da nossa mais recente translocação de animais selvagens para Angola, para o Projecto de Conservação Cuatir.