Ingleby has seven mixed pasture and arable farms in the south-west of Uruguay, totalling 27,217 hectares.

Uruguay differs from most other countries in Latin America, in that it has no mountains and very little natural forest. Over 80% of Uruguay's land area can be used for agriculture.

Uruguay’s temperate climate and natural grasslands lend themselves to livestock production. The fertile soils in the south-west are also suitable for crop farming.

Our farms have mainly natural grassland, ideal for breeding and fattening cattle. But we also produce crops such as wheat, corn, barley, sorghum, soya, canola, peas, grass, oat and lotus seeds as well as fodder crops.

Our investment in irrigation has increased our yields and made our harvest more predictable especially for our summer crops.