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Cresud Cattle Farm in Salta, Argentina, combines the complete livestock cycle with advanced agriculture

The winding dirt road that goes down to this southeast part of the province of Salta in Northern Argentina, is for many hours drive one of native grasses and rugged bush degraded by overgrazing. Suddenly, like an oasis, there appears an open field with corn and soybean under ground drip irrigation,…

BrasilAgro owned by Argentine based Cresud is getting push back from forest Clearing

BrasilAgro business model focuses on acquisition and transformation of Cerrado savanna into farmland. Its model relies on adding value to land by transforming underutilized or unproductive lands. This process of transforming land requires it to deforest native Cerrado vegetation. The value of BrasilAgro’s farmland portfolio…

International Listed Funds with Large Farm Land Holdings in South America

International Listed Funds with Large Farm Land Holdings in South America Some of the global listed companies with large land holdings and featured in many of the agricultural funds include. In addition to these there is a number of private companies with up to 1,000,000 hectares involved in Agriculture. ie El Tejar   in Argentina…

El Tejar’s big shift from Argentina to Brazil

The farming company founded in 1987, El Tejar, who has become one of the biggest grain and oilseed producers globally, has relocated their headquarters from their original base in the province of Buenos Aires to São Paulo. Among the world’s top grain producers in 2012, the company have now also almost replaced their Argentina chief executive, Horacio…

CRESUD – A snapshot of a premier S. A. farming company

CRESY Competitors Cresud major competitors are agriculture giant Archer Daniels Midland (ADM), and other agri players like Cargill and DeWied International. With global food demand forecasted to be strong for at least the next five years, and current food crises worldwide, the current agriculture companies should do pretty well intermediate to…