Municipal District of Dourado – Center of the State of São Paulo, amid São Carlos, Jaú, Araraquara and neighboring Brotas.
2,420,000 square meters
Area of Coffee:
138 ha (57 alqueires)
Number of trees:
750,000 trees of Arabic coffee of varieties obatã, acaiá, yellow catuaí and red catuaí.
S Lat 22° 03'45” e W Lon 48° 15'30”
From 705 to 732 meters
Processed coffee in sacks for the internal market and exportation, roasted and ground coffee, butchery rams, butchery chicken poultry farms, butchery cattle, and touristic visits.
Temperate climate with 22º annual average. In Summer, during the day it can reach 35º falling a lot at night – in function of the altitude – to 18º. In Winter, nights can have a 6º minimum, going up to 20º during the day.
The Farm has had daily measurements since 1926. The rain rate is good (average 1600 mml annually, with good distribution), with no need for irrigation.
Relief, Topography, and Soil:
It is a mild plateau, with excellent topography, totally mechanizable, with pure, rich soil, and mixed land of good quality with the mixture of sandy and rich soil. Well-drained lands, with four lakes, without puddles, and with several perennial sources of drinkable and crystalline water, forming brooks.