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Nicky Botha Nicky Botha
POSBUS 792
OKAHANDJA
Cell: 081 129 4360
Danie Delport Danie Delport
POSBUS 1
WITVLEI
Cell: 081 127 8998
Lourens Le Grange Lourens Le Grange
POSBUS 9794
WINDHOEK
Cell: 081 127 9170
Paul Versfeld Paul Versfeld
POSBUS 345
GOBABIS
Tel: 062 56 2812

Stephanie van der Walt

Stephanie vd Walt
Anandie Braunvieh
Cell: 081 124 6252
Steinhauser

Len De Jager Len De Jager
POSBUS 86150
WINDHOEK
Tel: 062 58 1657
Sarel Du Toit Sarel Du Toit
POSBUS 1684
OTJIWARONGO
Tel: 067 23 4588

Junior Versfeld Junior Versfeld
POSBUS 336
GOBABIS
Tel: 062 56 4590
 
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Braunvieh was imported during the 1900's and the animals come from the Algau region in Germany and were imported by Mr. Woker in the Windhoek district. Later on animals were also imported from South Africa and were used in the northern part of Namibia for milk production to produce butter.

Our aim is to produce a dual purpose dual frame animal which is fertile and can walk for moderate distances to collect food and produce more milk than the calf need. That is why the Braunvieh can be used for milk production. We want to produce calves that weigh at least 50 % of the cows weight. We want to breed animals that are calm to work with, and produce therefore a higher quality of meat that is tender and has a good marbling. The Braunvieh has strong teeth and therefore has a long life span. Cows can easily be used for 12 years. The grey-brown hair of the Braunvieh gives the animal good protection against the cold winters and fall out in summer to give the animal a smooth shining coat.

Our mission to produce cattle which calf with ease, grow fast, are generally well adjusted, with well natured temperament and have above average meat and milk production. To make only the best performance available to the bull market, though selection and performance testing. To select animals that performs above average in regards to feed conversation and milk production. To enlarge the breed as the most effective breed for beef, milk and cross breeding production in Namibia.