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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.


Oregon Ochoco Ranch - SOLD Prineville, Oregon  |  County: Crook  |  Acres: 42,000

Ochoco Ranch is an Oregon Ranches for Sale recreational paradise offering natural beauty, astounding views, development potential, plentiful wildlife, desirable water characteristics and complete privacy. This unusual offering consists of over 42,000 acres of timbered high country bordering the Ochoco National Forest. Ochoco Ranch is located in the rapidly growing area of Central Oregon and just 45 minutes from the Redmond/Bend Municipal Airport. The Ochoco Ranch is a haven for Rocky Mountain Elk, Mule Deer, Antelope, Grouse, Quail and Turkey. Rainbow and Brooke Trout can be found in Wolf Creek and Horse Heaven Creek. An additional 19 miles of smaller live water creeks and an amazing 65 springs are also located on the ranc h. A remarkable panoramic view of the Cascade Mountain Range can be seen from various locations on the property. The Ochoco Ranch is a tremendous resource with exceptional location and a variety of recreational amenities that place it at the top of ranch offerings in today’s market place.

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Brazilian Farming Operation Agropecuária Barras Piauí, Brazil  |  Acres: 53,382

Agropecuária Barras Farm Operation consists of several sections totaling 21,581 hectares (53,382 acres), located between the municipalities of Barras and Boa Hora, in the state of Piauí, Brazil. When accounting for 30% of land set-aside as a federal government requirement, this offering represents 15,107 hectares of arable ground available for production. This area is known for excellent weather, soils, and topography for eucalyptus. Mild winters allow production year-around, providing double cropping in most regions. The vegetation of the area is a transition area, ecological tension between savanna vegetation and seasonal forest still with the strong presence of Caatinga species.