Farming systems in Botswana can be divided into two, subsistence and commercial. Most livestock producers are smallholder farmers, who do not have concentrate feedstuffs that could be used for supplementation during the extended dry seasons. Browse plants in genera Acacia, Boscia, Combretum, Grewia are valuable resources for smallholder farmers because they are rich in proteins and minerals (Aganga et al., 2001). However there are some browse plants that have anti nutritional chemicals e.g. tannins, which decrease availability of protein. Some are known to have medicinal properties for example Acacia trees. Farmer’s knowledge has been there for a long time, and this research aims at finding out what oral tradition knows that has never been documented. The bank of indigenous knowledge in livestock and local feed resources such as browses when harnessed, adapted and utilized can improve the lives of local communities. The objectives of this study is to document Kweneng farmer’s knowledge of browses species fed to livestock.