Situation/weather: the farm is in very good condition and we have registered more rain then usually which is very good for the pasture we have replanted to enhance ultimately beef production as the unit is dedicated to fattening. Excluding rainfall distribution, our biggest challenge at the farm is the permanent control of the natural vegetation which is typical for the region of Salta (formerly a forest area with a subtropical highland climate).

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You can see below a lot where no chemicals or machinery/manual clearing have been recently applied versus a controlled one.

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As previously indicated, we are working in small-sized lots and increase on a ramp up basis the lots replanted with pasture and used for cattle fattening.

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Cattle operation: we have currently over 3,500 heads of cattle at the farm, all in very good shape as you can see.

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Weaning of baby calves will be done before year end closing, so that the beef production will be enhanced.

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Our new farm manger, Juan who joined us after the previous manger of the farm has been promoted to Curupi Pora farm, has a strong experience in managing similar cattle units in Salta region.

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Pro-actively, Juan and his team have repainted all outside of the facilities and re-commissioned old used equipments.

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