Your Hosts: Wallo, Jenny, Warren, Lucy & Chris Currie
Historically, Kasouga has been a family farm since 1890, Conservation of our Natural Heritage has been a priority with special emphasis being placed on preservation of our indigenous small antelope:
- Blue & Grey Duiker
- Bontebok (Introduced in 1991)
Farming Timeline History
- 1989 Kasouga Farm was declared a Natural Heritage Site. In 1981 there were 14 oribi. Today we have 140 and relocated 166 oribi since 1991.
- 1991 Introduced 7 bontebok from Thomas Baines Reserve.
- 2001, We were one of the 1st to DNA in the Eastern Cape.
- 2000: Mangold Conservation Trophy - The best conserved & utilized farm using both cattle and game.
- 2011: East Cape Tourism Board: Best Conservation on Natural Heritage
- 2011: Re - Introduced Kasouga Bushbuck to the Muirhead Reserve (between the 2 rivers) in Kenton on Sea, with Kenton Rotary Club.
Kasouga Farm has 1500 ha’s of Coastal Grasslands & thickets with 5kms of beach Front (of which 800 ha’s is Oribi habitat) – managing 140 oribi per year = 5.71 ha’s per oribi. Holistic farming principals have been applied involving sustainable utilization with cattle and game. We form part of a very successful Conservancy - Kowie to Kariega, where predator management and control of poaching is the key to success.
OUR MOTTO: SUSTAINABLE UTILIZATION - PLAN, MONITOR AND REPLAN
Walter Currie +27(0) 84 959 0940
Jenny Currie +27(0) 84 477 1166
GPS: 33°38'11.5"S 26°44'18.2"E
- 6 Bontebok Ewes
- 10 Bushbuck
- 4 Blue Duiker
- 8 Oribi