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Paiaguás Farm

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Situated in Diamantino, Mato Grosso (Lat. 14°04’47,915”S and Long. 57°27’20,084”W), Paiaguás Farm has a total area of 44,631 hectares, of which 28,129 hectares are owned land and 16,502 hectares are leased area. Its planted area in the 2o19/20 crop was 63,403 ha.

Where we are

Find out how to get to Paiaguás Farm

Coming out of Diamantino Airport (MT) take highway BR-364, follow it for about 140 km, passing through Deciolândia (MT), turn right at the highway interchange before reaching C-Agro Armazém. Drive along for 21 km, turn right on to an unpaved road and drive along for another 6 km.

BR 364 Road, Km 754 km 21 to the right. Deciolândia. Diamantino (MT). CEP 78.400-000


Aerial view of the Farm

History, projects and research


Paiaguás Farm was acquired in august 2000 and at that time it planted 5,400 ha of cotton and 3,600 ha of soybeans. It had an employee resident village with 30 houses, two lodgings, a workshop shed and gas station. Today it has 293 permanent employees, two offices with lodgings, residences, cafeterias, recreation clubs, football fields, living areas, warehouses, cotton gins, workshop sheds and machines, offices with scales, stockrooms, pesticide sheds, fuel filling stations, lubricant sheds and a paved airstrip.

Social projects

Paiaguás Farm developed social activities at the Progresso District day care center, involving 180 children through the distribution of educational materials, educational toys and the celebration of dates such as Easter and Children’s Day. Currently 16 volunteers from the farm carry out maintenance on the structure of a school in the Deciolância community, benefiting 140 students. At the farm’s social center, promoted actions with residents of the village take place through health and wellness lectures.


Paiaguás Farm’s research area is nearly 104 hectares, which is intended for trials with cotton, soybeans, corn and sunflower crops. Besides phytotechnical trials evaluating adaptability and stability of genotypes, there have been studies on the refinement of the nitrogen fertilization model, potassium fertilization management and the management of cover crops in sandy soil areas.