Our Cattle

Why Chile?

Unique Geographical Conditions

Mollendo cattle are raised in the South of Chile from the 8th to the 10th Region. These lands are highly distinguished for their superb enviromental, their geographic, and sanitary conditions.
The Andes mountains, the Atacaa desert and the Pacific ocean give Chile considerable geographic isolation, which protects it from pests and diseases like "mad cow" and "foot-and-mouth disease", among others. Furthermore, climate conditions make the production of high-quality grains, like corn, barley and oats, possible, guaranteeing the best diet for the cattle.

  • Our Cattle
  • Our Breeds
  • Mollendo Cycle

Santa María de Los Tayos

Located in Panguipulli zone, in Los Ríos Region.

Santa Marlit

Located in the 9th Region of Araucanía, in the shores of the Lago Colico.

Agrícola Mollendo

Located in Bío-Bío Region, close to Los Angeles


Breed of cattle of Japanese origin, originally from the city of Kobe and with more than 2 thousand years of history. Although they were first used as a working animal, the characteristics of their meat have made them a coveted gourmet option. Wagyu meat has a unique attribute: it is an important sourceof vitamins, nutrients and oleaginous and unsaturated fats of low cholesterol levels. The oils Omega 3 and Omega 6, help to avoid possible cardiovascular problems, arthritis and Alzheimer's, among other diseases. (Dr. Tim Crowe, Deakin University).

Aberdeen Angus

Breed of cattle with Scottish origins - more specifically from the place that gave it its name, Angus. The expansion of the breed began in the 19th century, and it is frequently found in South America (Argentina and Uruguay), where it is called Aberdeen Angus, and in North America (United Dtates and Canada), where it is know as Black Angus.


Our animals are reared in the countryside in the South of Chile, under the best animal wellness practices. From their rearing they are fed a natural diet that is hormone-and anabolic steroid-free.


The fattening stage of the animals occurs in our Feedlot, where they are given a balanced, grain-based diet and monitored using the latest technology.


The slaughter and deboning process takes place under high standards of quality, allowing us to export to the most stringent marketsm meeting the norms of each exportation destination.


Our fields meet PABCO A certification, which allows us to export our products, which are hormone-and steroid-free, to every market.