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Regions

We seek to position our group in all developing areas with potential for transformation thanks to the convergence of environmental, logistics and market factors. This analysis has led us to become diversified in large areas of Argentina and in soils with good development potential in Uruguay, Paraguay and Bolivia.

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Uruguay

Over 30,000 hectares of agricultural, livestock, milk and forestry production in several regions in the country, with flexible cycles aligned with market opportunities.

 


Regions in Uruguay

Uruguay

Southern coastline: Soriano and San José.
Northern coastline: Río Negro and Paysandú.
Center: Durazno and Tacuarembó.

Agriculture: Soybean, corn, wheat, barley, oat, and sunflower.

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Annual production of over 100,000 tons.

Livestock and milk production

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6,000 head of feedlot cattle and over 2,000,000 liters (528,344 gallons) of milk a year.

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Argentina

Diversified production in several regions within the country.

Regions in Argentina

Argentina

NE/NW: Santiago del Estero, Chaco and Salta.
Pampa: Center and south of the Province of Santa Fe, north and west of the Province of Buenos Aires.
Littoral: Center of Entre Ríos.

Livestock and milk production

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Over 3,000,000 liters (792,516 gallons) of milk a year.

Agriculture: Soybeans, corn, wheat, barley, oats and legumes.

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Extensive agriculture and seed production under irrigation.

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Paraguay

Livestock and agricultural development in Alto Paraguay

 

Regions in Paraguay

Paraguay

Livestock

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Full cycle with high stocking rates.

Agriculture: Soybeans and corn.

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Bolivia

Over 5,500 hectares in agriculture and developing livestock activities in the east of the Department of Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

 


Regions in Bolivia

Bolivia

Livestock

 

Mixed systems with good development potential.

Agriculture: Soybeans and corn.

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Soybeans, corn, sorghum, sunflower, benefitted by the unique characteristics of the domestic market.

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