Walmaine farming consist of many cows registered as Simentallers. With the cows are Red Brahmane to create the Simbra breed. Walmaine is running a weaning calve buisiness and striving to grow larger. Several goats are also a part of the farming on Walmaine with registered goat ewes and a goat ram. Also on Walmaine is the few but very treasured Nguni cattle.
The latest Friesian industry players in Southern Africa, Walter and Charmaine Kinnear, decided it was time to go big or go home. The first addition to their stud, Walmaine Friesian Stud, is a breeding stallion worth N$ 800 000. The stallion, Kjerst B, originates from the Netherlands. Walter decided to buy the horse as well as two mares for his wife at the annual "Hoefslag" festival horse auction on the 13th of October 2012. The festival took place on the farm of Piet Botha. Kjerst B is a South African national champion and has also been proven as an excellent breeding stallion with a string of champions from his decendants. He is a modern type Friesian with excellent conformation, good movement and a very calm and quiet temperament. Tiny Neethling from Viljoenskroon in South Africa originally imported Kjerst B from Netherland in 2007. He is currently standing at the St. Blaize Friesian Stud of Angie van der Merwe where he is being coached and used as a breeding stallion. We are excited to see the impact that this particular horse is going to make in the Namibian Friesian industry and we are proudly looking forward to showcase him to all the horse lovers at shows and other events in Namibia.