Top 6 Ostrich Shops In South Africa


Ostriches are raised commercially for their meat, hide, and feathers. Ostrich feathers are used for cleaning fine machinery and equipment as well as for decorations and in the fashion industry.


Top Ostrich Shops In South Africa

Cape Karoo Ostrich Emporium

Address: 15 Rademeyer St, Oudtshoorn, 6620

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 7:30 AM Tue

Phone: 044 279 2127

Safari Ostrich Farm

Address: R328, Oudtshoorn, 6620

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 9 AM Tue

Phone: 044 272 7311

Cape Town Ostrich Ranch

Address: Van Schoorsdrif Rd, Philadelphia, Cape Town, 7439

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 9 AM Tue

Phone: 021 972 1955

Cape Point Ostrich Farm

Address: Plateau Rd, Cape Peninsula, Cape Town, 7985

Hours: Closes soon ⋅ 5:30 PM ⋅ Opens 9:30 AM Tue

Phone: 021 780 9294

Karoo Classics Stellenbosch

Address: Shop 2, De Wet Centre, Church St, Stellenbosch Central, Stellenbosch, 7600

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 9 AM Tue

Phone: 021 886 7596

Cape Venison

Address: 20 Malmesbury Rd, Welgelegen 2, Cape Town, 7500

Hours: Closed ⋅ Opens 10 AM Tue

Phone: 021 558 9005

Where are the ostrich farms in South Africa?

The main production areas for ostriches in South Africa are mainly in the southern Cape areas from George to Swellendam and in the Klein Karoo.

Some ostrich production occurs in the Eastern Cape, around Aberdeen/Graaff Reinet and Aliwal Noord/Burgersdorp, with a little bit in the Fish River irrigation area.

Is ostrich farming profitable in South Africa?

Today, ostrich farms are considered to be among the most profitable agricultural projects. They are often referred to as “the farms of the future” because of the large variety of possible products and hence their high-profit potential.

How many ostrich farms are in South Africa?

According to Piet Kleyn, the chief executive officer of the South African Ostrich Business Chamber, there are about 360 registered ostrich holdings in South Africa, although active farmers number only around 200.

How much does an ostrich cost in South Africa?

Western Cape minister of agriculture Dr Ivan Meyer says the ostriches were sold at an average price of R4 500 each, with the highest price being R7 250.

How long does an ostrich take to grow?

By six months, a chick is almost at its full-grown height; at 3 or 4 years, it will reach maturity. An ostrich can live 50 to 75 years. The largest and heaviest living bird, the ostrich is flightless and instead is built for running.