The agricultural Campo Verde S.A. It’s a committed company that It’s compromised to agribusiness development for more than 25 years.
It is inserted in one of the poles with the highest growth and strength in the country.
The agricultural Campo Verde S.A. has managed to combine and develop diverse activities in its field, having as a fundamental axis the care and respect for the environment, trough the technology, training and experience acquired over the time.
We are a correctly ecological company, concerned with animal welfare through good practices.
ACV and its group of companies have embarked on the path of globalization, and we have been prepared for it.
Counting on representatives in several countries of the world that are dedicated to the search for new markets and commercialization of our first quality products.
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Origin of the Breed
It was originated from the districts of the same name in India. It comes from areas of very fertile land periodically subjected to periods of extreme
abundance of rainfall, alternating with periods of absolute drought.
It was in Brazil where they began to call him Nelore, as a synonym for Ongole.
In our country only miscegenation was used, with races that did not acclimate well. This was around 1920.
This adaptation problem led to the first introduction of zebu-type breeders.
Characterized by its extraordinary rusticity and adaptation to hot climates and hard pastures typical of the tropics and subtropics.
Were the Brazilian farmers who came to the conclusion that the pure breeds had a very high production potential. It was there that specific racial patterns
were created and genealogical records were opened, in 1938.
The first Nelore specimens were introduced from Brazil to Paraguay by the Dr.
Nicolás Sarubbi, who began to breed them at his San Agustín ranch, in Caazapá,
approximately in 1925.
Don Manuel Ferreira, in 1953, was responsible for the first importation of pure
The records indicate that the first batch of cattle of the breed consisted of 4
controlled bulls, 15 registered cows and 38 heifers, which endured six months oftransport.