SAN LUIS -COCOA farm: Cocoa farm: 43ha of sown cocoa plants, in different stages since 2008. All with drip irrigation system. Cocoa plants with 18 clones of high production. International award winning cocoa by the Paris Chocolate Festival in 2013. Farm also has 22ha of protected forest for water supply of the farm. All equipment included in price. Street Access Type: Paved RoadType of Water: City WaterSewer Available: NoType of Internet: Cable InternetType of Television: Cable TelevisionType of Electricity: PublicTelephone Available: Yes
Summary of both farms:
The number of cacao trees planted to date is approximately 100,000 units (for almost 100 hectares planted with cacao being the largest cacao farm in Costa Rica).
Each farm has been planted strategically, in each of its lots, this according to production needs, soil analysis and according to the best variety clones applicable in each area. Hence the diversity that some lots have been sown for 11 years and other lots only have 1 year of sowing. There are still approximately 25 hectares to be planted.
It is important to emphasize that the level of Cadmium is less than 0.20 mg / kg in all the lots of both farms, giving great prestige to cacao, not only for the quality it has, but because this level of heavy metal is extremely low and approved by the European Union.
The clones planted on the farms are of high quality in their flavors (demonstrated in several international competitions with different awards), with very high production levels and with protection against diseases such as monilia among others.
Each lot has a traceability of which clones have been sown, the quantities and the respective sowing dates, being the only farm in the country with this traceability system. In the same way, some lots have fertigation if necessary, an exclusive irrigation system and not applied in other farms in the country.
Each farm has a wood-fired cacao bean dryer, which is used in case of low sun level to dry the cacao beans.
The level of dry cacao production, estimated for this year, is around 40 MT and 55 MT by 2022, and thus consequently according to the aging of the trees that are producing until reaching 200 MT in 2030.
The estimated income, between cacao and other by-products (such as rods, pods and others), in 2021 they will be around US $ 350,000 until reaching US $ 765,000 annually in 2030, keeping their fixed production costs of around US $ 245,000. Depending on the management of the plantations, in terms of the management of pruning and stronger fertilizations, the production levels could increase, but that will depend on the cash flow. The cost level would remain stable even with more production volume.
SAN LUIS -Granja/ Finca de CACAO: Con 33ha con diferentes tipos de pasto, estable para 150 vacas, área de ordeño para 16 vacas, tanque de enfriamiento para 3,200 litros por día y mezclador de 2.5 T. Incluye 625 acciones de la compañía Dos Pinos. Un total de 55 vacas en producción. Granja de cacao: 43 hectáreas de plantas de cacao sembradas, en diferentes etapas desde 2008. Todas con sistema de riego por goteo. Plantas de cacao con 18 clones de alta producción. Cacao galardonado internacionalmente por el Festival del Chocolate de París en 2013. La granja también cuenta con 22 hectáreas de bosque protegido para el suministro de agua de la granja. Todo el equipamiento incluido en el precio. Tipo de acceso a la calle: Carretera pavimentada Tipo de agua: Ciudad Alcantarillado de agua disponible: No Tipo de Internet: Internet por cable Tipo de televisión: Televisión por cable Tipo de electricidad: Público Teléfono disponible: Sí
Alajuela Territorio RE/MAX
Alajuela Territorio RE/MAX