Nowdays, Argentina presents one of the greatest investment attractions in the world. Why? To start with, the quality of its lands, the diversity of the climate and the plentiful, efficient and low-cost grain and meat production.
Voice has spread and in addition to investment in resorts, some individuals like George Soros, Ted Turner, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are buying large tracts of land. Some of this land is in the PAMPAS (SW of Buenos Aires)Voice has spread and in addition to investment in resorts, some individuals like George Soros, Ted Turner, Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger are buying large tracts of land. Some of this land is in the PAMPAS (SW of Buenos Aires), which is Argentina's cattle country -- Soros is now a cattleman. The Pampas is also where the legendary gauchos are being replaced by a new legend, Argentine polo players. Some others invest in land North fo Buenos Aires, in the provinces of Entre Rios and Corrientes. These lands are apt for growing corn, soy, wheat, sunflower, peanuts, rice, etc. and on top of that, they are suitable for cattle-raising.
We can offer you several farms which combine wheat or soybean acres together with acres of cattle raising in the provinces of Entre Rios and Corrientes.
Wheat farms were developed in the Pampa of Argentina. Flour was exported to Europe (England). Exploding demand led to immigration of millions of southern Europeans to work in the new economy; most ended up in Buenos Aires or other towns or cities, since wheat farms and ranches were large-scale and offered little steady employment. The wheat and cattle economy generated the wealth which supported Argentine development and a measure of industrialization.
Argentina has been synonymous with beef and exports since its cattle industry first boomed in the 1920s. For most of the past 70 years, about 80 percent of the country's rich pampas farmlands was planted to alfalfa for cattle pasture and hay. Argentine cattle producers were renowned for having the lowest production costs in the world. But in the past several years, Argentine agriculture has shifted heavily toward other crops, largely 5 million acres of prime farmland were quickly shifted from alfalfa to grain and oilseeds. Argentina has nearly doubled its corn production, and its soybean plantings have increased by more than 50 percent.
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