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About SA Game Breeders


At SA Game Breeders our partnership is based on a strong friendship with the same ethical and core values. 
We belief in ethical breeding programmes, caring for the environment through using the best game breeding practices.

We belief empowerment is a business imperative in South Africa, and we start by empowering and improving the lives of our workers in general. Our farms diversity are big between the three breeding farms, the difference in bio diversity allows for a diverse breeding experience. With the three farms all being different from a habitat's perspective it gives us the opportunity to breed with exotic(rare)species.

We supply:
        Quality and quantity for our customers
   All types of breeders -
  •    Start-up & established breeders
  •    Hunters

Our Team



Tania Kaiser

Peet Koen

Johan van Jaarsveld
 

Tania Kaiser


Tania started in the Game Industry in 1987. Sheserved as vice-chairman of the WRSA Business Chamber for two years, and won the presigious WRSA/ Driehoek Animal Feeds Game Farmer of the Year award in 2012.

Peet Koen


Peet started in the Game Industry in 1989 when he bought his first cattle farm and converted into a game farm. Selected in 2003 as memberof the Executive Counsel of the Northern Game Farmers Organisation (previously the Old Transvaal Game Farmers Association).

He was a founding member of Wildlife Ranching SA (WRSA) in 2006 and since served as Financial Director. Peet also served as the Chairman of the Pretoria Game Study Group for four years and two years as chairman of the WRSA Ellisras Business Chamber. He has managed the WRSA National Auction for the past three years.
In 2003 he was one of the first to start breeding with Golden Wildebeest, which is still one of his passions today.
In 2011 Peet won the WRSA Game Farmer of the Year award for Biodiversity.

Johan van Jaarsveld


Johan is a businessman with extensive corporate experience and entrepreneurial flair. He has been involved in the Agricultural Industry since 1999 and has extensive experience in Stud Breeding.

Johan has handled more than 15 Stud Auctions and in 2010 his farm was converted into an Economically Viable Game Breeding Unit with the objective to maximize the return per hectare.