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A drought that has hit crops and economic growth in South Africa is also causing pain for specialist game ranchers who breed animals like antelope and buffalo to cater for tourists and hunters.Pieter Ernst Jr, whose family raises game 250 km (155 miles) west of Johannesburg, said the costs of feeding his prized sable antelope have doubled the past year, but he can leave nothing to chance: one of his studs, "Magic," has been valued at 19 million rand ($1.3 million).Game ranching is big business in South Africa.According to industry estimates, in 1950 there were only a few dozen white rhino left in South Africa.
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