Cattle farm in Salto. The soils are of deep basalt, medium basalt and some shallow basalt. It has a house for the owner, a barn, a house for supervisor and farm workers. There are good facilities for cattle and sheep work. The farm is connected to electricity, there are solar panels, and a solar collector for the bathrooms for the workers.
Three windmills, one of them with a semi-dirigible pump of 6,000 lts/hr that provides water for the houses and for the Australian tanks. The farm has 10 paddocks, three of which are divided with electric fences for rotational grazing, 6 ponds and 3 strong streams with springs. It is located 75 km east of the city of Salto.
Since 2001 the farm has been working only with cattle.
The average CONEAT is 105.