Our farms

Ingleby has farms in Argentina, Australia, Latvia, Lithuania, New Zealand, Peru, Romania, Uruguay and in the United States. The total amount of farmland under Ingleby’s management is 95,089 hectares.

 

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Argentina

12,536 hectares

Main production:
Barley, canola, corn, sorghum, soya, sunflower and wheat.

We also produce grass-fed Aberdeen-Angus cattle.

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Tasmania

9,013 hectares

Main production:
Barley, green peas, lucerne, oats, potatoes, broccoli and onions as well as white clover, grass and carrot seeds.

We also produce grass-fed sheep and Aberdeen-Angus cattle.

Finally, we produce milk from Holstein Friesian dairy cows under the highest animal welfare standards in Australia.

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Western Australia

7,432 hectares

Main crops:
Barley, canola, and wheat.

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Victoria, Australia

4,747 hectares

Main crops:
Barley, canola, faba beans, oats and wheat.

We also produce grass-fed sheep.

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New Zealand

6,735 hectares

Main production:
Grass-fed sheep and Aberdeen-Angus cattle.

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Peru

1,458 hectares

Main production:
Table grapes and avocados as well as naturally grown stevia, organic bananas, blueberries, mangos, kiwifruits, lemons and passion fruit

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Romania Farms

12,205 hectares

Main production:
Corn, green peas, sorghum, soya, sunflower and wheat as well as clover and grass seeds.

We also produce blueberries.

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Romania Forests

7,261 hectares

Main species:
Beech, oak and spruce.

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United States

1,772 hectares

Main production:
Pistachios.

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Uruguay

27,217 hectares

Main production:
Grass-fed Aberdeen-Angus cattle as well as barley, clover, green peas, oats, sorghum, soya and wheat.

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Latvia

1,890 hectares

Main production:
Winter wheat, winter canola, winter barley, winter rye (hybrid), spring barley, spring wheat, green peas and grass seed.

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Lithuania

2,823 hectares

Main production:
Winter wheat, winter canola, winter rye (hybrid), spring barley, spring wheat and green peas.

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