Description

History

The farm was bought many years ago for my grandmother, she did many sacrifices to be able to buy it. Thats why the farms name is “La Lagrimita” (the tear). Now we produce in the farm coffee, but we also have poultry breeding, pork, fruit trees, and other products for the daily living. Now Im 50 years old, Im single and I live in the farm with my father, and one brother.

Environmental Care

We separate biodegradable and no-biodegradable wastes. We use biodegradable wastes in the production of red Californian worms. The no biodegradable wastes such as plastic, can, and glass, goes to a grave. Now we are establishing a native forest in the border of the Mina river.

Coffee Processing Information

We make two fertilizations per year according to the soil analysis, one is chemical and the other one is organic. We only have one crop between April and June.

Other Statistics:

Annual Production: 40 bags
Soil Type: Volcanic
Annual Precipitation: 1,710 millimeters
Shade Grown Type: 100% Shade Grown 
Water Source: Natural source and Municipal Aqueduct 
No. Permanent Employees: 1
No. Temporary Employees: 4

Farm Information
  • Farm Name
    La Lagrimita
  • Farmer
    José Eliuth Muñoz M
  • Altitude
    1800
  • Farm Size
    6
Score
  • Score
    85.68
  • Rank
    20
Lot Information
  • Year
    2005
  • Processing System
    Traditional Wet Processing process
  • Variety
    Caturra (50% ) Colombia (50% )
  • Overall
Location

Tambo, Colombia South