We produce mainly soybean and corn. But we also produce rice, millet and others. We are self- sufficient with meat, milk and a number of fruits and vegetables. Our corn is all GMO, but we produce GMO and NON GMO soybean and a little bit of organic soybean.
Through partners, we can also deliver derivatives such as soybean meal and sugar.
Soy Bean GMO/Non-GMO(Grade 1&2)
Soybeans are our primary crop. It is an incredible plant that contains nearly all the vitamins and nutrients necessary for humans and animals.
As farmers, we find joy in planting it. Not only for its propensities and value as a finished product. But also because it actually mainly improves the soil where it is grown.
With the human population growing rapidly, consuming soybean products, and the same population becoming richer and demanding more animal products produced from animals eating soybean, we are assured the demand will stay strong in the future.
The product is organically produced and processed according to current Good Manufacturing Practices, HACCP norms and regulations NPOP, NOP & EEC 834/2007.
Soy Bean Meal (Animal Feed)
Soybean meal is the most important protein source used to feed poultry and livestock/ruminant animals. (Cattle, horse, pig, fish, sheep) Soybean Meal is the standard by which other protein sources
are compared and is a by-product of soybean oil extraction.
Protein, fiber, and fat levels all vary with the process by which the oil is extracted. Soybean Meal is a highly palatable
source of protein, and often used as the dominant source of
protein in the rations of most farm animals, including ruminants,
pigs, poultry, and aquaculture.
Corn is usually a secondary crop for us. We will normally plant corn after the primary crop of soybean. However, we do have the possibility of working corn as the primary crop. The difference is one of yields.
Compared to soybean, corn costs a little more to produce per hectare, but the yield is much higher. But also the price per ton is much lower. We currently only produce GMO, genetically modified corn.
Yellow Corn (Maize) for
Humans and Animals
Moisture 14% max
Broken Kernels 1% max
Kernel Size 4-6 MM
Damaged 0.5% max
Neville Damaged Grains 1% max
Foreign Matter 1% max
Other Colored Grains 1% max
Aflatoxin 20.00 Ppb Max
IC is a shortcut for ICUMSA.
It is a worldwide body, which brings together the activities of the
National Committees for Sugar Analysis in more than thirty member countries.
It is solely concerned with analytic method standards,
and the ICUMSA Methods Book contains detailed instructions for
analyzing raw, cane, white, beet, molasses, plantation white and specialty sugars.
Methods are recommended for tentative approval by ICUMSA in the first instance.
Upon meeting all of the Commission’s requirements, methods are accorded official status.
Methods that are demonstrably useful and have found an established application,
or which do not lend themselves to collaborative testing are given an Accepted status”
An ICUMSA rating is an international unit for expressing the purity of the sugar in solution,
and is directly related to the color of the sugar.
Be aware that there are different types of ICUMSA units. For Brazilian sugar,
the lower the ICUMSA figure the whiter the sugar.
Sugar: White refined cane sugar Icumsa 45
Polarization: 99.80% degrees min
Ash by electrical conduct: 0.04% max (on a dry weight basis)
Ash content: 0.04 max
Moisture: 0.04% max Icumsa (International
Commission for Uniform Methods of Sugar Analysis): 45 RBU max, Brazil S.G.S. scale.
Method n°. : 4-1978
Solubility: 100% dry and free-flowing
Color: Crystal white