1970, Farm Panorama dedicates itself to livestock in
Camaquã, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. The company has
another plant located 90 km from Camaquã, in the city
of Amaral Ferrador.
Among the main activities are the planting of irrigated
rice, and soybeans, raising and selection of Mediterranean
and Murrah buffaloes, beef cattle raising and silviculture
with plantation areas of Black Acacia and Eucalyptus.
All activities are based on the natural abilities of
each area, using natural resources rationally and responsibly.
The company owns 14% of its area covered by native forests
preserved, and about 75 hectares of dams used for irrigation
of rice crops.
Among the company's differentiated technologies are:
• Budget and Cost Tracking: Using modern
management tools with computerized system, looking for
the maximum economic efficiency on the business. Since
1993 the company has its results advised by the company
Safras e Cifras. (www.safrasecifras.com.br)
• Buffaloes: Sorting by performance
since 1987 using PROMEBO (beef cattle improvement program)
that uses the most modern statistical methods to determine
the selection of animals. Besides, the use of genetic
imported from Italy ensures Farm Panorama as a reference
in advanced genetics of buffaloes.
• Rational Rotating Herding (RRP):
All livestock areas use this tool aiming the maximum
output of pounds per hectare.
The company management is done by Delfino Beck Barbosa,
owner of the company and responsible for the commercial
area and Agriculturist Luciano Barbosa Stasiak, responsible
for the technical and financial.