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Toro Ranch | Bonsmara Cattle Breeder Mozambique

The Big M…..

The Question I dread the most:”And what about Malaria?”

Paradise & Island

Driving to town this morning, through mud and water, getting past vehicles that got stuck in the mud, I wish I was back in December on our magical Holiday in Inhassoro! I just love the little town. Can’t get enough… Continue Reading →

Farm talk

The grass is such a magnificent green this time of year and we are truly blessed with all the rain we had. The drought of 2016 isn’t far out of our minds and as we were driving around on the… Continue Reading →

The Pafuri road

You never know how the Pafuri road will treat you. Will you cross the Limpop river or will it be flooded? Will you get lost? Venture there where Google maps haven’t gone yet

Horsing about

It would be a tragedy to have them spend 18 hourse in a horsebox to reach the farm, just to get lost or killed in the bush!

Rio Save Adventure

We plan and plan and then the most unexpected road trip can lead to a great adventure

Home of happy hens

You are what you eat We all heard this phrase a  thousand times before. In the back of my mind, I always thought there are some truth in it, but now I know!   In a previous post The Chicken before… Continue Reading →

It all starts with water

Throughout history, men wanted to conquer. Google is filled with examples of pioneers, cutting open a success, bit by bit. Success is seen as different things by different people…. It all depends on what is important to you.   I… Continue Reading →

Happy Place, Inhassoro!!

The past weekend we had the privilege to host a Stork party to two dear friends in Inhassoro. Anything to organize a braai (barbecue) Jean and Natasha are expecting their 3rd child and this will leave Jean with a total… Continue Reading →

Rain Culture

We are blessed this year with early rain and as I am typing I can hear the call of a Piet-my-vrou (Red chested cuckoo). Absolute music to my ears! This is a little bird farmers always listens to hear, see… Continue Reading →

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