The property under offer is located on the Bahía Negra District, Alto Paraguay Department, 380 kms North of Filadelfia. The total area is 21.500 has, which are developed as follow:
Natural Reserve: 10.500 has. Sorghum and Corn fields: 700 has. Pasture areas: 8.900 has.
49% Soybean fields: 900 has. Future Crop fields: 500 has.
The farm includes all the Infrastructures & Machinery
This working farm/ranch is located in an area with Pantanal influenced weather described as Sabana Tropical Climate, Sub-humed, Dry, Megathermic, where rainfall averages 1.000 mms per year with a distribution (80%) going from September to May coinciding with Spring, Summer and Fall seasons. Annual average temperature ranges from 26°C to 28°C, with an annual average variation between 20°C and 35°C. Frost frequency is very low. It is expected to be at a maximum of 1/10 years.
The soils in the place are Franc to Franc-Sandy over a soft sloppy landscape, which makes the place with ideal conditions for agriculture, timber or pasture developments. There have been identified 5.500 has with farming conditions. In this sense, this farm has been the pioneer on introducing crops into the area within a stability of 10 years. This fact allowed the company to establish it’s own technological package and develop sustainable farming in this environment reaching average yields of 3.000 kgs/ha of Soybeans, 4.500 kgs/ha of Sorghum, 5.000 kgs/ha of Corn and 50 Tons/ha of whole Sorghum plant for silage purposes.
The total area of the property is on top of a major underground aquifer (60 mts deep) with large amounts of fresh water to explode, which ensures good irrigation potential and unlimited quantity and high quality fresh water for cattle and humans.
The Pastures area was developed adapting different species and varieties of grasses by the type of soil on every paddock. Main planned grasses are Panicum Maximum cv. Gatton Panic; cv. Tanzania and Urochloa Brachiaria.
This area is split in grazing paddocks of 50 to 60 has. Each paddock has access to a working/sorting pen with a 12.000 liters water trough for cattle. This allows to work on a rotational grazing system and doctor and sorting cattle in the pasture avoiding traveling longer distances to the processing area with it.
Due to the grass intense growing rate, an annual average stocking rate of 800 kgs of live weight can be reached in the system. The grazing system is also backed up with hay production and a backgrounding dryly for the winter. If these two techniques and facility are enlarges, stocking rate could be raised a 30% more.
Nowadays, the cattle area handles 11.000 heads of cattle year round.
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Sale Price: 32,000,000 USD (New)
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