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Our Farm

Casas de Hualdo is an ambitious agricultural and livestock project initiated in the late 1980s. When the property began a progressive transformation to become what Finca Hualdo is today, a mosaic of different crops and natural wealth covering almost 4000 hectares of land in El Carpio de Tajo (Toledo), along the course of the Tagus River. Grazing along our land you will find a breed of Manchega sheep. Pistachio, alfalfa, peas and barley are some of the crops that complete the view of the 685 hectares of olive groves.

The promotion of biodiversity and the management of our natural heritage are some of the brand's trademarks. We firmly opted for clean energy, installing one of the biggest solar plants for photovoltaic solar pumping in Spain to irrigate our crops.

Our mill was built in 2009 and was awarded as the best oil mill in Spain by AEMO in 2012. Our mill is integrated within the olive grove which allows the olives to be milled within 6 hours from the time they are picked at the furthest trees of the olive grove. Functional, modern and equipped with advanced technology, the mill implements a system for recovering the olive stones and reusing them as a clean and sustainable heating system in our facilities.

Having understood that the traditional agricultural model is exhausted, and its maintenance is not viable from an environmental, social or even economic point of view, Hualdo sets up a comprehensive project that encompasses all the farm's agricultural and livestock production activities, as well as establishes a new production model.

We want to contribute to the improvement of consumers’, producers’, and global health through the production of excellent and sustainable food.