Strongly committed to the efficiency, productivity and high quality of its grains (soy and corn), fibers (cotton) and seeds (soy, cotton and forage), Bom Jesus Agropecuária is one of the five biggest commodities company in Mato Grosso.
It develops its activities in 14 cores which add up to more than 200,000 hectares of cultivated area in Mato Grosso and Bahia. It produced over a million sacks of seeds in the 2012/13 harvest, as well as 356,000 tons of soy, 290,000 tons of corn and 60,000 tons of cotton lint.
The search for productivity is the keynote of the company. Its efficient planning, with the interlaid planting and harvesting of corn, soy and cotton, allows the use of the land, machines and structure all year long. This factor, along with the use of the best agricultural techniques, seeds of high quality and highly productive lands, allows one of the highest productivity rates, which are above the average obtained in Mato Grosso.
The operation happens in the company own lands and others which are leased, of excellent quality, and use an efficient model of agricultural partnerships.
Extreme care is taken with the land. This includes the permanent preparation, correction and fertilization of the soil, along with the interlaid culture planting, intensifies the use of the land and ensures the maximum efficiency in its management. Aiming to ensure the quality of its products and services, Bom Jesus constantly invests in the equipment modernization and its own infrastructure.
The high quality products are commercialized with the major processing companies in the world, such as Bunge, Cargill, ADM and Louis Dreyfus, among others. The company also exports cotton and sells seeds straight to the region producers.