At Antrovet, we believe in an integrated approach when faced with a livestock or pest control problem. We try to educate all stakeholders on the farm that better farm management will save the farmer time, labour, and money while increasing productivity. Simple techniques that protect the environment, public health, human communities, and animal welfare.

At Antrovet we are passionate about enhancing animal lives. Procedures that need to be carried out on the animals, often by law, should not be traumatic to the animals. Antrovet invests heavily in upskilling farm workers on the correct use of devices and animal health products.

Projects We Are

Proud To Be Part Of

Support for the Free State Fires


Antrovet was deeply moved by the losses the farmers faced in Hertzogville in October 2021. Our contributions were small but our prayers were plentiful…

Rhino Orphanage


We Donated Teats and Other Animal Health Items to the Rhino Orphanage With The Help Of Wildheart Wildlife Foundation

Antrovet donated a few Nu Flow Calf teats (amongst other things) to Wildheart Wildlife Foundation.

They do wonderful charity work and had an outreach to a Rhino orphanage this weekend. They tested our Nu Flo calf teats and it won hands down compared to the latex teats! This company will also remove any predators from farms free of charge and relocate them so drop them a message should your farmers need this service.

Jagersfontein Tailings Dam Collapse


The September 2022 Jagersfontein Tailings Dam Collapse was a structural failure of a mine tailings dam near Jagersfontein, located in the Free State province, resulting in a mudslide.

Antrovet donated some supplies to help farmers in need to help livestock in desperate need.


Mandela Day Charity


Antrovet participates in Mandela Day Charity each year. In 2020 we supported Boksburg SPCA with some much-needed products.

UV Lamps for Save The Flamingo


We Sponsored ViroGon disinfectant and UV Lamps for Save The Flamingo

Antrovet took hands with Wildheart Wildlife Foundation to lend a hand with the flamingo relocation in 2019. About 2 000 chicks were relocated from Kamfers Dam in the Northern Cape, six kilometers outside of the province’s capital, Kimberley. The chicks were abandoned by their parents because of the dam’s low level.

Save The Flamingo Website

Griekwastad Retirement Village Christmas Donations


Sunny's Pet Outreach Team