27,668-Acre Brazilian Farming Operation Para, Brazil | Acres: 27,668
The Para, Brazil Farmland consists of two sections totaling 27,668 acres has all permits in place – including GPS title – plus infrastructure comprised of roads and electricity. The property is located between the municipalities near to Maraba and Para, Brazil, an area known for excellent weather, soils, and topography for cattle. No winters and harsh cold weather allows for production year-around, providing consistent operations. The vegetation of the area was traditionally forest area. The property consists of 9,000 acres of cattle pasture, with barbwire fencing in place, the remaining 18,668 acres is hardwood forestland.
Presidente Prudente Brazil Farmland Presidente Prudente, Brazil | Acres: 8,800
A productive Brazilian row crop operation located in Presidente Prudente, Sao Paulo state consists of 8,800 acres with infrastructure and two state highways that straddle the property on either the side. The ranch area consists of nearly 7,200 acres of row crop, currently planted in sugar cane. A Brazilian company owned and operated by an experienced American expert in Brazilian property management will stay on to manage the property indefinitely if the purchaser is not willing to establish their own local operation.
1,500-Acre Brazilian Ranch and Coconut Farm Bahia, Brazil | Acres: 1,500
The Bahia Ranch is an ocean front cattle ranch with 1.2 miles of pristine white sand beaches in Bahia, Brazil. The property consists of a total of 1,500 acres, 580 acres is pasture land for cattle, 30 acres is dedicated to the house and pool, 240 acres are lakes and ponds, 230 acres is dedicated to coconut production, 15 acres is sand, and 405 is native trees/bush. The ranch area consists of enough grassland to support 250 head of cattle, this grassland can be upgraded and expanded into the coconut area. All permits are in place – including GPS title – plus infrastructure comprised of three homes, one being a owner’s house, roads and electricity.