Due to the current drought we are still considering the option of taking some bulls to the Superior Genetics Auction in Windhoek on 28 August 2013. We will keep you up to date on any news regarding the auction.
News from the farm and its people
With only 257mm of rain recorded the past rainy season, it is evident that we are in a drought situation on the farm. Managing our pasture with absolute care and reducing the number of animals on the veldt is currently our main task ahead.
Superior Genetics Auction: 28 Aug 2013 (Windhoek)
23 – 25 Sept 2013
27 Sept – 4 Oct 2013.
Our spot in the sun
“Namibia, Land of the brave” is the first line of the Namibian National Anthem. You must indeed be brave to be a farmer in Namibia, keeping in mind our harsh climatic conditions.
The Farm Otjimukandi has been in the Human familys’ possession for approximately 60 years. The meaning of the word Otjimukandi is, “place of celebration”.
The farm is situated near the town of Gobabis in the eastern parts of Namibia alongside the Black Nossob River.
There is no place in the world which can boast with more spectacular sunsets and Camel Thorn trees than us – and that‘s why Otjimukandi is our very special spot in the Namibian sun.