- 44,000 hectares and 46,000 head of predominantly Brangus cattle
- An unprecedented institutional scale land and livestock opportunity in the heart of the Gran Chaco
- Extensive developed property and water infrastructure. Click the video icon to view our short film.
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Premier 44,000 Ha Freehold & 46,000 Head Of Cattle, Grass-Fed Beef Operation In Gran Chaco Region, Paraguay
A unique opportunity has arisen to secure scale with an institutional quality 44,000 ha Freehold, premier grass-fed beef breeding and fattening operation in the heart of the Gran Chaco, Paraguay
About this property
An outstanding opportunity to acquire one of Paraguay's most highly developed, large-scale, grass-fed beef cattle production and breeding assets with a national reputation for high genetic merit breeding stock sales, finished and store cattle.
With continued growth and development since its initial acquisition in 2008, the business has developed into one of the premier beef operations of its kind in Paraguay. Carrying capacity has continually improved and current stock numbers (both on the main holding and leased land) are currently c. 46,000 head of predominantly high-quality Brangus cattle.
In addition to 44,000 ha of freehold land - there is a further 16,000 ha of leasehold land (available with an option to purchase), together with established and profitable share farming operations. The business has a successful track record of establishing, operating and managing some 46,000 head of cattle across a fast-growing pasture and cell grazing platform with adoption of leading innovation, technology and genetics at the core of the operation.
The Gran Chaco is a region of dry forests and thorny savannah with distinctive dry and wet seasons in the heart of South America covering northern Argentina, western Paraguay, south-eastern Bolivia and western Brazil. Approximately one-sixth of the Chaco runs through Paraguay, where it occupies more than half of the country's land area. Agriculture has been successfully developed in the Alto Chaco region of Paraguay which has a long tradition of dairy and livestock farms dating back to the first settled Mennonite colonies of the 1920's.
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