Archivo de Julio de 2011
The pictures shows the veterinarian sent by the Uruguayan Farming Investigation Institute (Instituto Nacional de Investigación Agropecuaria, INIA) controlling the steers before they are loaded. Our steers have excellent finishing conditions for the demanding export market in Uruguay.
Today 240 steers were loaded with 530Kg of average live weight.
The picture above has the loaded trucks being weighed in Santa María’s scale before going to the meat processing plant.
During May Campos Orientales acquired a new farm.
San Bartolo’s surface is 6,626 has and is located in Apolinario Saravia, Anta department, Salta province in Argentina.
The picture above shows the farmhouse and the pickup of San Bartolo’s manager.
Marcelo Callá (Campos Orientales’ CFO) and Fabián Dellamea (San Bartolo’s farm manager) standing in a a Gatton Panic pasture batch.