Original Black Aberdeen Angus

We breed our Black Aberdeen Angus entirely on natural pastures on our farms in Uruguay. Our animals spend their entire lives roaming the pastures as they were always meant to do.

Research shows that grass-fed beef contains lower fat content and better combination of Omega-3 and Omega-6*.

Our Aberdeen Angus beef

  • Great flavour and proper marbling
  • Tender and juicy beef
  • Grass-fed and open-range
  • Strong nutritional properties

In Uruguay, our herd has been bred over many years to revert to the traits of the original Aberdeen Angus. Our original Aberdeen Angus has a more moderate frame-size, which is better suited for the type of regenerative grazing systems we use in Uruguay. Original Aberdeen Angus is better adapted to Uruguay grass growing conditions, which makes it easier for them to feed on grass only.

In addition, their body weight provides just the right amount of pressure from hooves to the ground, gently incorporating plant residues into the topsoil.

*A review of fatty acid profiles and antioxidant content in grass-fed and grain-fed beef, 2010 March, Cynthia A Daley, et. al.

Certified Uruguay Beef
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From farm to fork

We’re proud of our products and we know that a great tasting experience starts with the trust of our customers.

Uruguay meat exports follow the highest traceability standards in the world.

This is a commitment to the highest food safety standards and supply chain transparency. Securing traceability all the way from the farm to fork.

[Certified Beef]

Our certifications

We care for all our animals’ health and comfort in
how they are fed, handled and transported.

All our livestock is raised open-range year-round,
by people who have a passion for caring for

Certifications for our Ingleby beef
[Regenerative pratices]

Sustainable, living farms

We practice regenerative grazing on our natural grasslands.

This allows us to sequester carbon from the atmosphere and contributes to protect and enhance the native biodiversity for generations to come.