Glen Boyd was established in 1858 after the first of the Frontier Wars. It was used as a buffer zone along with the other Frontier farms between the Grahamstown colonial establishment and the Fingo tribe across the Great Fish River.

It was mainly a cattle area up until the early 1920's, when the Ostrich boom hit the Eastern Cape; it was one of the pioneer farms. When the Ostrich farming lost momentum, it became an established and successful Angora goat farm.

We purchased the farm in 2008 and converted it back into game by removing all internal fences and reviving the water systems. This prime 6500 hectare game farm is home to a variety of game species including White Rhino, Cape buffalo, Sable, Giraffe and Leopard.

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Contact Info
Charne Mardon
charne.mardon@gmail.com
Cell: +27 76 073 1944