Welcome to Natlogang Balemiruli Farming (Pty) LTD

This is an exciting time to be at the forefront of Farming in Africa. At Natlogang Balemiruli Farming we shape this future for both our investors and our farm communities. Farming in any form can be challenging but led by experienced hands and executed with precision and passion, it can be fruitful and rewarding for all involved. We are here to deliver a fair return to our investors and for our communities, secured by our long experience and knowledge of developing farms across the African Continent.

Special Services

Customers can now reserve their favourite pairs and ensure you don't miss out on our young pairs.
Existing clients receive 25% off their third purchase and you keep saving when you keep buying directly from our farm.
All our customers qualify for free shipment for large orders over 10, only available for existing customers.

Available Cattle

Bulls of five British Beef breeds were used on Afrikaner cows
The Bonsmara originates from South Africa, it has been scientifically bred and strictly selected for economical production in extensive cattle grazing in sub-tropical climates. In 1937 it was generally noted that British breeds did not have the required heat tolerance for the sub tropics and that the Afrikaner did not perform as well in terms of calving regularity. Professor Jan Bonsma decided to test different breed combinations at the Messina Livestock Research Station View More
The Brahman breed (also known as Brahma) originated from Bos indicus cattle from India.
The "sacred cattle of India".Three principal strains of Indian cattle were brought to the United States and used in the development of the Brahman breed; the Guzerat, the Nelore and Gir. The Krishna Valley strain was also introduced and used but to a lesser extent. The general similarity of the Guzerat strain to the cattle selected and developed in the USA would indicate that cattlemen working with the breed have generally preferred this type. View More
Nguni cattle derive their name from the black tribes of Africa.
collectively known as the Nguni people. Nguni cattle descend from both Bos taurus and Bos indicus cattle and entered Africa around 8000 years ago. Through natural selection and environmental interaction the cattle evolved into the hardy breed we know today as the Nguni. As the tribes settled in different areas, distinctive cattle ecotypes developed, but are essentially still Ngunis. Only in 1932 did the late Professor HH Curzon make an effort to breed true to type Nguni cattle. View More
Our Holstein cattle are enhanced with the efficiency
Choosing our Holstein makes your Holstein cows more resistant to diseases, improves their reproductive capability and their milk productivity, all at the same time. Extraordinary health, easy calvings, excellent fertility, functional conformation and high production. That Natlogang Balemiruli Farming (Pty) LTD has to offer to boost your herd and increase your profitability. Request A Quote

Available Goats and Sheep

The Boer goat was bred from the indigenous South African goats.
kept by the Namaqua, San, and Fooku tribes, with some crossing of Indian and European bloodlines being possible. They were selected for meat rather than milk production; due to selective breeding and improvement, the Boer goat has a fast growth rate and excellent carcass qualities, making it one of the most popular breeds of meat goat in the world. View More
The Kalahari Red is a breed of goat originating from South Africa
and is the most popular among all people due to their tasty meat. Their name is derived from their red coat and the Kalahari Desert. They are generally used in meat production. The Kalahari Red goat has adapted to resist their harsh environment, having their red coats as a means of protection against sunlight and naturally built to resist diseases. View More
The Merino is one of the most historically relevant
and economically influential breeds of sheep, much prized for its wool. The breed was originated and improved in Extremadura, in southwestern Spain, around the 12th century; it was instrumental in the economic development of 15th and 16th century Spain, which held a monopoly on its trade, and since the end of the 18th century it was further refined in New Zealand and Australia, giving rise to the modern Merino. View More
The meat is tender with a mild sweet flavor. The leather is of garment quality and can be split.
The breed is a "Pure Breed" and then their negative traits removed via selection over many years.The Royal White grows a hair with a down undercoat in the fall and naturally sheds its fiber in the spring, thus the cost and expense of shearing is eliminated. This is the first new breed of sheep in over twenty-five years developed for high performance and low maintenance. View More

Available Chicken and Eggs

It is a known fact that hens lay eggs.
However, what is not very well known is that hens can lay eggs with or without the presence of a rooster. For the eggs to be fertilized, the hen and rooster must mate first, and this process must occur prior to the formation of the egg. Thus, if the hen has mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is fertilized. If the hen has not mated and she lays an egg, then that egg is unfertilized. Note, however, that the embryo of a fertilized egg does not undergo any change or development once it is placed inside the fridge. It has also been said that a hen lays fertilized eggs for a week if it has mated even once. View More
Are you ready to start breeding your own chicken farm?
Before deciding to breed from your chickens, it is sensible to consider whether or not you have the space to raise chicks and sufficient housing to be able to rear them. You cannot mix young growers with adult birds firstly because of the risk of them catching a disease (they take time to acquire immunity) and secondly because smaller birds will get bullied so you will need separate accommodation for them. View More
Our mature chickens are ready for consumption and we have enough for any type of large event.
Generally speaking, chickens are said to be adults when they reach the point of sexual maturity and begin laying eggs. This typically occurs when the chickens are between 16 and 24 weeks of age, depending on breed, but even some individuals within a breed will develop more quickly or slowly than others. The ballpark age for when a young chicken is considered mature is 18 weeks View More
Sustainable egg are produced to be as the first farm of the world, to produce CO2-neutral eggs.
By the way, chickens that lay white eggs have a lower carbon footprint of about 5% than the ones that lay brown eggs. With our fertile eggs ready to be hacthed, you have a wide selection of farming resources to get your chicken farm up and running in no time. View More

Animals Available For Order


NATLOGANG BALEMIRULI FARMING (Pty) LTDis a South African farming company is based on production economics; utilizing the natural vegetative resources to attain the highest yield while improving the natural resources over the long term. The selection characteristics for the Boer goat are: meat and pelts of high quality, hardiness and adaptability to extensive and intensive production management, resistance to diseases, fertility and kidding percentage, abundance of milk, longevity and browsing habits. The farmers capitalized on farming goats and cattle simultaneously as they compliment each other and kilograms of meat produced per hectare can be maximized.

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