Our Story E hlerskroon   Boerdery    is   a   family   farm,   it   has   been   for   many   years   and   a couple   of   generations.      Grandfather,   Son   and   Grandson,   each   have   a   passionate heart   for   farming   and   more   specifically,   the   Bonsmara….   a   fascinating   animal,   bred for its size and perfect compatibility with the South African backdrop.  On   this   farm   there   is   farmed   with   heart,   compassion   and   dedication.      Ehlerskroon believes that the one can not exist without the other. The   many   years   of   experience   in   breeding   and   rearing   these   majestic   animals,is what   sets   Ehlerskroon   apart   from   their   many   counterparts.      It   is   from   this   experience that    the   Animal    Feed    division    of    the    business    grew    and    bloomed    into    another successful product produced on the farm Ehlerskroon. Here at E hlerskfoon,  we farm because we are farmers….
E hlerskroon   Bonsmaras    started   at   the   recommendation   of   Professor   Johan   Grosskopf   in   1974.   Breeding   material   was   purchased from   leading   producers   such   as   Bristow,   Robert   Taute,   Koos   van   Amstel,   Amfarms,   Dr.   Badenhorst   and   from   former   stated   herd.   To broaden   our   genetic   base,   we   recently   purchased   bulls   from   Upgeorge,   Benchmark,   Dr.   D.   Nolte,   Dr.   Hartsenberg   and   Marloo Bonsmaras. Our   herd   has   for   many   years   in   the   past   been   Mpumalanga   regional   finalists   of   the ARC's   cattle   improvement   scheme.   Our   herd   won the Farmers Weekly Trophy for the best performing cows in the national herd Bonsmara in 1991 and 2009. Since   the   success   of   cattle   farming   depends   on   the   number   of   weaned   calves   and   weaning   weight   of   calves   produced,   we   have during the last 36 years of Bonsmaras breeding, constantly checked for birth weight, milk, fertility and growth. As   can   be   deduced   from   the   BULB   breeding   values   published   by   the ARC,   we   have   been   a   driving   force   in   all   the   major   categories, and have always performed better than the breed average.
Dr. A Ehlers BSc. MSc. Dsc ; J H Ehlers Dip Landbou ; J H Ehlers (Jnr) Dip Landbou
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Dr. A Ehlers BSc. MSc. Dsc ; J H Ehlers Dip Landbou ; J H Ehlers (Jnr) Dip Landbou
Our Story Ehlerskroon   Boerdery    is   a   family   farm,   it   has   been   for   many   years   and   a   couple   of   generations.   Grandfather,   Son   and   Grandson,   each   have   a   passionate   heart   for   farming   and   more   specifically, the   Bonsmara….   a   fascinating   animal,   bred   for   its   size   and   perfect   compatibility   with   the   South African backdrop.  On   this   farm   there   is   farmed   with   heart,   compassion   and   dedication.      Ehlerskroon   believes   that   the one can not exist without the other. The    many    years    of    experience    in    breeding    and    rearing    these    majestic    animals,is    what    sets Ehlerskroon   apart   from   their   many   counterparts.      It   is   from   this   experience   that   the   Animal   Feed division   of   the   business   grew   and   bloomed   into   another   successful   product   produced   on   the   farm Ehlerskroon. Here at Ehlerskfoon ,  we farm because we are farmers….
Ehlerskroon   Bonsmaras    started   at   the   recommendation   of   Professor   Johan   Grosskopf   in 1974.   Breeding   material   was   purchased   from   leading   producers   such   as   Bristow,   Robert   Taute, Koos   van   Amstel,   Amfarms,   Dr.   Badenhorst   and   from   former   stated   herd.   To   broaden   our genetic    base,    we    recently    purchased    bulls    from    Upgeorge,    Benchmark,    Dr.    D.    Nolte,    Dr. Hartsenberg and Marloo Bonsmaras. Our   herd   has   for   many   years   in   the   past   been   Mpumalanga   regional   finalists   of   the ARC's   cattle improvement   scheme.   Our   herd   won   the   Farmers   Weekly   Trophy   for   the   best   performing   cows in the national herd Bonsmara in 1991 and 2009. Since   the   success   of   cattle   farming   depends   on   the   number   of   weaned   calves   and   weaning weight   of   calves   produced,   we   have   during   the   last   36   years   of   Bonsmaras   breeding,   constantly checked for birth weight, milk, fertility and growth. As   can   be   deduced   from   the   BULB   breeding   values   published   by   the   ARC,   we   have   been   a driving   force   in   all   the   major   categories,   and   have   always   performed   better   than   the   breed average.