- Updated On:
- August 17, 2022
Fundo La Crianza, located in the “Los Ríos” region.
The property has an area of 160.2 hectares according to deeds and 173 hectares according to Google and historical background disclosed by former owners.
Cuenca with excellent access, shore paved road Reumen-Futrono minutes from highway 5 south. It has an area of 115.73 hectares of new prairies of ryegrass, Ovillo grass and fescues. All these you have cultivable. The rest of the native forest can be incorporated into useful and cultivable hectares, following a forest management plan. It has permanent and continuous water rights of 33 liters/second registered for the estuary with no name (Estero El Trébol) and eventual and continuous rights with attached detail of deeds. Deep well of 7.5 liters per second. Excellent constructions all new and high construction standards:
Calf shed 2,268 m2 (27×84) iron structure and cement slabs, electricity, 9 giant fans, drinking water in each pen.
Calf Shed 2,436 m2 (29×84) iron structure and cement slabs, electricity, drinking water in each corral.
Offices-Warehouse for storage of supplies with a metallic structure, offices, staff dining rooms, men’s and women’s personal bathrooms, meeting room.
Administration house 110 m2 solid wood construction excellent finishes, heating, water, lighting and gardens all new
Casa foreman 65 m2 solid wood construction excellent finishes, heating, water, lighting and gardens all new
Shed keeps bales old wooden structure in good condition.
System for eliminating and disseminating slurry from calves in nearby paddocks
Irripod mechanized irrigation system (cups) for 43 hectares with its pumps, fertigator and accumulation tank, buried matrix.
Mechanized reel-type irrigation system for 50 hectares with its oil pump and mobile galvanized iron pipes.
Demarcation fences in optimal conditions of pellín and barbed wire.
electric interior fences
Network of drinking water troughs for animals to drink.
It has three-phase electricity
Kauffmann brand 60 KWA backup electric generator.
Internal paths with stabilized to cover the entire field in winter.