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Kotsi!!

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Kotsi is the South African word for Danger and nothing says that more than the majestic Cape Buffalo.  WildLife Partners is proud to announce the arrival of our Cape Buffalo.  Last week, our initial stock were put in their new home on the WildLife Partners ranch in Mountain Home.  These Cape Buffalo are part of our […]

Another great week at WildLife Partners

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A day at the WildLife Partners ranch is like living a dream.  Being able to drive around seeing things like this on a daily basis, while also knowing it’s a great way to make money, is simply priceless.  If you would like to make a visit, contact either Brian Gilroy or Chris Gilroy.  Here are few […]

Exciting times at the WildLife Partners Ranch!

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The last few weeks have been incredible.  Not only have we picked up a tremendous inventory of animals but we’ve had babies being born all over the ranch.  In the last 3 weeks, we’ve welcomed at least 30 newborn members into the WildLife Partners family including baby Blesbok, Black Wildebeest, Impala, Pere David, Red Lechwe, Addax and […]

What a week!!

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A quick update from Brian Gilroy and the WildLife Partners ranch staff. To say its been busy over the last week at the WildLife Partners ranch would be a huge understatement. There have been babies being born on what seems like a daily basis including a White Beared Wildebeest, a Blesbok and an Impala just […]

Introducing Game Changer

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WildLife Partners is extremely excited to introduce Game Changer. Game Changer is WildLife Partners’ new breeder Kudu Bull, but he’s no ordinary Kudu. His horns measure 63” x 67” and we believe he is one of the largest in the World. During the process of you reading about what we are doing at WildLife Partners, […]

It’s Baby Time!

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Quick update from Brian Gilroy at the WildLife Partners ranch: One of the biggest benefits to WildLife Partners owning its owning capture and transport team is our ability to select the animals we believe are the most heavy bred. Heavy bred simply means, far along in their pregnancy. We estimate that somewhere around 75% of […]

Welcome Home!

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Our newest addition to the WildLife Partners 1st Joint Venture arrived late yesterday. If you would like some more info or have an interest in our next joint venture, click HERE

Taking care of the Ibex

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The health and well-being of our animals is of great importance. In these pictures you will see the WildLife Partners ranch staff medicating some of our Nubian Ibex. This medication is designed to prevent and treat various potential infections.

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