Before money, there was Livestock. Going back in time, Livestock was the currency with which people traded and has remained a source of pride and wealth for centuries.
Based in the heartland of Argentina’s beef producing region, Gestión Hacienda SRL has over 20 years’ experience and is highly qualified in the area of intensive beef production systems.READ MORE
Government support for the Beef Sector and strong Beef Production is contributing to Argentina substantially increasing beef exports.READ MORE
Cuota 481 is a directive from the EU, to allow imports from certain, previously approved countries, of superior cuts of high quality beef.READ MORE
Our livestock is cared for at the Maeti Pecuaria feedlot where the day-to-day welfare of the animals occurs, such as sanitary, veterinary and dietary requirements.READ MORE
We have teamed up with the Best in the Business in order to deliver a World-Class Product, both in terms of our Product and Investment.READ MORE
Browse our gallery for up-to-the-minute images of a livestock operation in action. You’ll only find real photography here – not only from our feedlot but also across different aspects of the business.READ MORE
Livestock farming, to produce beef, has been paying dividends for years and Hacienda Gestión in Argentina are proud to offer individuals the opportunity to own their own Livestock in order to benefit from their fattening and sale.
Individuals can become Livestock Farmers, owning young beef steers that grow to produce high quality beef, enabling those individuals to earn money from livestock without any farming experience.
Our clients invest securely via a Trust, which facilitates the ownership of Livestock and the ability to share the benefits of a commercial Livestock Farm, whilst experts look after the animals on a day-to-day basis
Argentine beef, back in demand
Argentina are now conforming with worldwide “ Farm to Fork” traceability.
The accumulated volume of exports over 2017 is 30% higher than in 2016.
Cattle slaughtering reached 1.1 million herds in October 2017 in Argentina – the highest level for a month since 2013, according to the country’s Consortium of Beef Exporters.
Micro-chipped cows are putting Argentinian beef exports back on the map, as the county’s beef producers look towards Asian markets via digital innovations.