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Newsletter 7: February 2016 : Wildlife losses

29 June 2016



Who and what is responsible for most wildlife losses amongst wildlife farmers? If fewer animals breed, there are fewer animals during hunting season and this will increase the prices of the animals. It´s a case of supply and demand. Wildlife is exactly that: WILD. It is very difficult to keep track and count of them in the bushveld.

Wildlife losses have many causes: draughts, floods of fencing, illnesses, ticks, age, lightning, fires, fights amongst the animals, injuries, snake bites, predators, wildlife thefts, infertile animals, wrong species for the location and then perhaps the most important one of all POISONOUS PLANTS such as poison leaf in the Bushveld... (Read more)



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