We’re a family raised in the city with a great love for nature. Motivated from the beginning by the idea of undertaking innovative farming practices on our own land, we searched for years for an opportunity, a place where much could be done. So, we arrived at "La Zoila", where we started from scratch. La Zoila became our clean slate, without any previous conditionings or preconceptions.
What do we do
We’re dedicated mainly to the breeding and backgrounding of Red Angus from quality genetics, provided by some of the best ranches in the country.
RMG (RATIONAL MULTI-SPECIES GRAZING). It is quite common to hear criticism of monoculture agriculture. As far as grazing is concerned, the equivalent would be mono pastoralism.
We have more than 100 hectares (247 acres) of native forest that harmoniously supports an important variety of flora and fauna, corresponding to the Espinal ecoregion.
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Where we are
“La Zoila” is a 333 hectare (823 acres) farm, located in Costa Uruguay Sur, Entre Ríos Province, Argentina, about 200 km (124 miles) north of Buenos Aires City.
The weather is warm. The average annual temperature is 18 °C (64 °F), with minimums of -2 °C (28 °F) and maximums of 40 °C (104 °F). We have four distinct seasons.
The approximate annual precipitation is of 1200 millimetres (47 inches), with a somewhat regular distribution throughout the year, with a slight increase in the spring-summer period and changes in the years of incidence of the La Niña or El Niño phenomena.
The farm is located on a gently undulated, flat plain, with loose fertile soil, increase in clay at depth, good structuring and no impediment to root development. Potential risk of erosion only in case of mismanagement. Different productive activities can be developed without deterioration of the soil resource.
We also have an exuberant native forest, with unique flora and fauna.