Oudtshoorn is a city located in the Western Cape Province of South Africa, which lies north of the Swartberg Mountains and the Outenic Mountains in the south. Between 1865-1870 and 1900-1914 the wings of two ostrich actually established the compromise. With about 60,000 residents, it is the largest city in the Little Karu region. The economy of the city is mainly dependent on ostrich farming and tourism industries. The world's largest ostrich is home to population. With many exclusive ostrich breeding farms, such as the white show farm and the hyget ostrich farm. 10 km 6 miles east of Auditsorne Derived from Xhosa, its name means "Our pride."
Leading farmers of that area, known as Udatsorn, came in the 1750s, and were well established in this area by the end of the 18th century. In addition to animal husbandry, he cultivates wheat and barley, made liquor and brandy, and also produces many kinds of soft fruits along with tobacco as soon as the neighboring districts such as George and Moselle Bay. Developed and understood, the economic benefits of mixed farming began to be used and used. Initially, the leading peasants of the area came under the administrative and legal area of Swelandam, but in reality George was the closest the residents had to go to the government headquarters.