PACSA feedlots are located at south of Santa Fe province, in Pavón Arriba town. The feedlots are in the district rural area, and limits west, east and south with farming fields. The company occupies a total of 29 hectares of different characteristics. The maximum total capacity of both feedlots is currently 8,500 head of cattle.

Livestock production in feedlot provides benefits at different levels, to the producers, allowing them to increase the production on a small area; to the town, generating employment for the local community, and also the economical movements by means of the acquisition of goods and services; and to the region with the possibility of satisfying a large demand of meat throughout the year.
Feedlot is also possible through the use of grains and by-products for animal feed, which will result in the generation of "added value", transforming grain into meat.

The feedlot meat production allows excellent quality, which is distinguished mainly by its tenderness, pink meat color and white or cream fat. These features differentiate and position it as the consumer first choice. "The feedlot homogenizes the finish meat quality, allowing both industry and the consumer have every day of the year the same quality of meat in the gondola, and this is, without being mentioned many times, one of the great virtues of the system." (1)

Intensive livestock production can reach domestic demand of meat, so PACSA ranks as an important link in the suppliers chain of meat at provincial and national level. "Since 2009, according to SENASA data, the feedlot pens are responsible for at least 50% of the national slaughter for quality cuts." (2)

(1) - (2) Mr. Rodrigo Troncoso, "The Quality of Feedlot Meat. Opportunity or Threat. Consumer and Markets Perception." Cámara Argentina de Feedlot (Argentine Feedlot Chamber), 2012.