Kudu Suppliers In South Africa

Kudu Suppliers In South Africa

kudu granite

Address: schaapkraal, Marikana, 0284, South Africa

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 4:30 pm ⋅ Opens 7 am Wed

Phone: +27 14 572 1800

Kudu Granite Operations (Pty) Ltd

Address: 240 Marija St, Sinoville, Pretoria, 0129, South Africa

Phone: +27 12 543 0635


Address: Mark St, Vryburg, 8601, South Africa

Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 5:30 pm

Phone: +27 53 927 3213

Kudu & Esperia Farms

Address: R38 Service Road Low’s Creek, Barberton, 1302, South Africa

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 7 am Wed

Phone: +27 82 388 0722

Kudu Kaya

Address: R332, Cambria, Patensie, 6335, South Africa

Is kudu farmed in South Africa?

Kudu is distributed widely in South Africa, a common game animal of game reserves, and private game farms, and even commonly encountered on many farms.

How long does it take for a kudu to mature?

By the time it is 6 months old, it is quite independent of its mother. The majority of births occur during the wet season (January to March). In terms of maturity, female greater kudus reach sexual maturity at 15–21 months. Males reach maturity at 21–24 months.

Do kudu horns regrow?

It does not grow back. Horns are permanent; they are not shed, but grow with the animal throughout its lifespan. (The Kudu antelope to the furthest left of this post’s cover photo has horns.)