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Arua Game offers a closer connection with nature and the space to breathe combined with investment opportunities in exotic game

About

As human beings we are custodians of God’s creation; our place in nature comes with the responsibility of caring for and nurturing that which has been created for us to be fully human. As owners of Arua, we are serious about this duty.

Exotic

Arua Game breeds and nurtures exotic game based on scientific methods over a long-term. Our responsible breeding programmes ensures conservation of nature and respect for the environment . Arua Game practices strict game farming protocols.    

 

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Arua Game offers opportunities for investment in exotic game. The unique business model on which Arua Game is based, allows serious investors to combine their financial savvy with their passion for the outdoors and nature.

Our Range of Exotic Game

Black Kudu

Breathtakingly Beautiful

Black Kudu

Breathtakingly Beautiful

What distinguishes this unique animal from any other kudu, even the dark Eastern Cape kudu, is the fact that the calf is born with curly hair. At the age of 4 – 6 months the calf starts to shed its hair which then portrays its unique colour.

The very dark to black skin of this extremely scarce kudu is more noticeable at the belly and hind quarters of the animal where the shedding is more prominent. This breathtakingly beautiful kudu varies in colour from coffee brown to charcoal black. It is currently referred to as a Black kudu.

Ivory Springbuck

Pearl of the Karoo

Ivory Springbuck

Pearl of the Karoo

This unique species evolved naturally from the Karoo Springbuck without any other colour variants being involved in the breeding process. The current breeders' grandfather noticed the first Ivory Springbuck during the 1940s on the farm Droefontein in the Noupoort district of the Northern Cape. The previous owner of the farm has confirmed that he has seen Ivory Springbuck on this farm as early as 1921. The species is also mentioned in an article in the former African Wildlife Magazine in March 1964. The article describes this as a unique colour variant.

Silver Blesbuck

Naturally Evolved

Silver Blesbuck

Naturally Evolved

The first Silwer blesbuck was noticed on the farm Klipfontein near Dealesville in the Free State in 1974. This unique animal evolved naturally from the normal blesbuck without any other colour variants being involved in the breeding process. Silver blesbuck lambs are nearly completely white at birth, with colouring taking place over time until various shades of silver appear.

King Black Wildebeest

A spot of History

King Black Wildebeest

A spot of History

This extremely rare wildebeest has descended from only a few animals which remained after the Anglo Boer War in 1902 on the farm Uitvlugt-Wes near Bloemfontein, where they were then contained in order to try and save them from total extinction in South Africa.

Due to dedicated conservation initiatives by a few individuals, these scarce wildebeest are able to roam the savannah plains of the Western Free State to this day.