Argentina. In San Juan Province, exceptional property, with agricultural-cattle raising aptitude, and possibilities of mineralogical exploitation, with iron locations, copper and wolframio
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the field it self, there are two roads:
most important highways near by are:
The fields counts with important water channels with a rate of flow of about 6 m3/sec. Most of them start and end within the field so the uses of the water do not require any special permit.
A field of its size, its type of weather and its geographical location, is undoubtedly perfect for cattle farming.
To ration the exploitation, special areas for hay farming can be utilize which will make a complete cattle production cycle possible.
An estimated 4,000 to 5,000 heads of cattle can be sustained with its natural resources.
Taking into consideration the fields surface with access to water, it is very much suitable for agriculture. With little inversion, about 3,000 hectares can be setup with an irrigation system. About 1,000 hectares of intensive and fine cultivations can produce equivalent or even superior profits to that of cattle farming.
From a mineralogy point of view, the area counts with important iron, copper and in less proportion, wolfram that has a high strategic value.
Besides these minerals, possibilities for the exploration of other minerals does exist (copper, led, arsenic, silver, etc)
There are bentonite and kaolin mines in the property (Apt for paper makers), and Lapizlazuli samples have been found as well.
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