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Wildlife Ranching Magazine Issue 2 2018

Wildlife Ranching is the official publication of Wildlife Ranching SA (WRSA). The magazine strives to serve WRSA members and wildlife ranching industry professionals with intelligence across the industry value chain – via a synergy of its print and digital products – with the goal of supporting readers through quality and original content to profitably grow their businesses.The main aim of Wildlife Ranching magazine is to create an entertaining and engaging voice for WRSA.

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South Africa
Language:
English
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MLP Media Pty Ltd
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the demand issue

24 March 2018 – Outgoing WRSA president, Dr Peter Oberem, welcoming the incoming WRSA president, Tebogo Mogashoa. First, it is my honour and pleasure to introduce and congratulate Mr Tebogo Mogashoa, who was unanimously elected to the position of President of WRSA at the recent WRSA conference in Polokwane. Congratulations, Tebogo – I know you will have the support of your new full Board of Directors and of our membership. Similarly, I and the three other past Presidents of WRSA commit our support to you and your vision for our association and industry. After the Board appointed Tebogo to the position of Vice-President on my accession to the post of President for the second time, a bit more than a year ago, I got to know him better,…

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die vraaguitgawe

24 Maart 2018 - nuutverkose WRSA-president, Tebogo Mogashoa. Eerstens, dit is vir my ’n eer en voorreg om Tebogo Mogashoa bekend te stel en geluk te wens. Hy is tydens die onlangse WRSAkonferensie in Polokwane eenparig as die WRSA-president verkies. Veels geluk, Tebogo – ek weet jy het die volle ondersteuning van jou nuwe presidentsraad en al ons lede. Ek en die drie ander vorige WRSA-presidente sê ook ons heelhartige steun aan jou en jou visie vir ons vereniging en bedryf toe. Nadat ek so ’n bietjie meer as ’n jaar gelede weer die pos as president ingeneem het, het die Raad Tebogo as adjunk-president aangestel. Ek het hom sedertdien beter leer ken – op persoonlike vlak, maar nog belangriker as iemand wat ’n gebore leier is met…

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publishing editor’s note

Wildlife ranching in southern Africa plays a vital role in balancing the natural environment with sustainable business models aligned with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). It’s all about basic economics: supply and demand. Demand refers to how much (the quantity) of a product or service is desired by buyers. The quantity demanded is the amount of a product people are willing to buy at a certain price; the relationship between price and quantity demanded is known as the demand relationship. Supply represents how much the market can offer.According to the IUCN, conservation is, among other things, the management of human use of the biosphere so that it may yield the greatest sustainable benefit to present generations while maintaining its potential to meet the needs and aspirations of…

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on the cover

Matetsi-swartwitpens RAPELLA 52 4/8 ‘King Dawid’ is a legend among Livingstone eland. “People have heard about Dawid before they have heard about me,” jokes owner Sollie Potgieter, who owns Burkea Wild, one of the best-known game breeding farms in the country.Dawid was bought on auction for approximately R800 000 from Tembani Wildlife some eight years ago. “I liked his size and he had certain characteristics I took to,” says Sollie.“I already had Livingstone eland cows andI had a dream…or maybe I was just onnosel [stupid], I don’t know,” says Sollie. Perhaps it was just my mood on the day…but my son [Sollie Jnr.] and I wanted to do something different, so we went in that direction. It was worth it – today, Dawid is an integral part…

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moet nooit ’n bul op sy horings takseer nie

Pieter Lamprecht, 2014 WRSA Wildlife Rancher of the Year. Tipiese groei van die Rapella-lyn . Matetsi-swartwitpens | Flare , 50 4/ 8. SEUN VAN RAPELLA Die middagsonnetjie gee ’n rooi skynsel aan die droë geel gras en my hart voel ’n pluk van angs – as dit tog net wil reën... Ek kyk op en in ’n oogwink is ek sommer weer opgewonde, trots en dankbaar. Die bokkies lyk mooi, die koeie is besonders en die kalwers het potensiaal. ’n Bietjie verder aan staan die hoeksteen van die swartwitpenskudde, die trotse stamvader Rapella. In Rapella lê die genetiese grondslag van ons swartwitpens-kudde. Hy is die grootste suiwer Matetsiteelbul in Suid-Afrika en sy nageslag vorm die basis van ons Matetsi-kudde. Toe…

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in the flashlight

(Photo © Villiers Steyn)(Photo © Villiers Steyn) Unless you are a predator, being in the bush at night can feel mighty uncomfortable. Human beings have incredibly poor night vision – but fortunately, with the development of LED and Li-ion batteries, there are some truly useful high-intensity flashlights that can light your path. Whether you’re camping in the bush, hunting at night, hiking or cycling after dark, working as a field guide or doing some underground or underwater exploring, there will be a flashlight to suit your needs and your wallet. A variety of products is available from NiteCore, which is at the forefront of lighting innovation. Indeed, NiteCore plays a vital role against poaching – the company recently donated a large number of high-intensity tactical flashlights to SANParks Rangers to…

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