Our Farms

We are long-term owners of land. We own and manage 45 farms and forests across nine countries and four continents. Our worldwide number of hectares adds up to 101,612 hectares of which we protect 29% as natural habitats, including 2.6% as water habitats. We own and manage arable land, pastures, horticulture and forests.

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Argentina
Hectares:
12,518
Production:
Cattle, row crops, seeds
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Argentina
Argentina
Hectares:
12,518
Production:
Cattle, row crops, seeds
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Argentina
Australia
Hectares:
21,687
Production:
Cattle, milk, row crops, sheep
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Australia
Latvia
Hectares:
7,001
Production:
Row crops, seeds, sheep
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Latvia
Lithuania
Hectares:
2,797
Production:
Row crops, seeds
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Lithuania
New Zealand
Hectares:
6,735
Production:
Cattle, sheep
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New Zealand
Peru
Hectares:
2,017
Production:
Avocados, blueberries, table grapes
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Peru
Romania
Hectares:
19,807
Production:
Blueberries, cattle, mixed forestry, row crops, seeds
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Romania
Uruguay
Hectares:
27,217
Production:
Cattle, row crops, seeds, sheep
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Uruguay
USA
Hectares:
1,825
Production:
Pistachios
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USA
How we work

Table grape harvest

On our farms in Peru, we grow 7 different varieties of table grape varieties. During harvest, we have 300 persons working, harvesting about 66 tonnes of table grapes per day.

Our team cleans and inspects each bunch, discarding any grapes that do not comply with our quality standards.

More about table grapes
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We farm with nature
What is Farming with Nature? 
Nature matters, diversity matters, and agriculture plays a central role in enhancing biodiversity and ecosystems.
Growing food
We believe that healthy soil will not only improve yields, but also the nutritional value of our products. We believe that there is a correlation between fertile soil, healthy plants and the quality of the grain, fruit or nut. 
Beneficial insects
A central part of Ingleby Farms’ strategy in achieving our 2030 synthetic pesticide-free goal is biological pest control using beneficial insects.
Farming for the climate
We kicked off the UN's Decade of Action by challenging ourselves to become climate positive farmers by the year 2030.
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