2017 Hereford Champion of the World - Moeskær Compass 1487                        2017 Hereford Miss World - BNC GlenLees 429 Nellie 71D

Feliciano, Durazno, Uruguay

(360) 2310

Email: info@lasanitas.com.uy

Móvil Fernando Alfonso:







 Population: 3 318 535
Cattle Population: 12 000 000
Capital City: Montevideo
Official Language: Spanish

Hereford Breeders: 500
Registered Hereford Cattle: 40 000

Expo Prado 2017
111ª Exposición Internacional de Ganadería

7-18 September 2017

Sociedad Criadores de Hereford del Uruguay
Mercedes 855 Esc 605
CP 11.100
Tel: +598 2 9087 579

Email: info@hereford.org.uy

Facebook: Hereford Uruguay

Expo Prado
Champion Horned Bull 2016


Cabaña Las Anitas, Durazno


World Hereford Conference
Champion Polled Bull 2016


Cabaña Las Anitas, Durazno

Gold Medal: 2016 "Hereford - Champion of South America"


World Hereford Conference
Champion Horned Bull 2016

El Moro

Walter Romay

Bronze Medal: 2016 "Hereford - Champion of South America"


Expo Prado
Champion Horned Female 2016


World Hereford Conference
Champion Polled Female 2016

Mamia Hometown 8577
Patricio Cortabarria

Gold Medal: 2016 "Hereford - Miss South America"

World Hereford Conference
Champion Horned Female 2016


Walter Romay

Bronze Medal: 2016 "Hereford - Miss South America"




Local time
  Local Time:
01:16 AM on Tuesday 25th of September, 2018 (GMT-03:00)

Montevideo (capital) weather forecast
Tuesday 25th of September, 2018

Max: 26 'C

Min: 10 'C
Wind: 4 Km/h ESE
Wednesday 26th of September, 2018

Max: 22 'C

Min: 13 'C
Partly Cloudy
Wind: 21 Km/h E
Thursday 27th of September, 2018

Max: 18 'C

Min: 12 'C
Chance of Rain
Wind: 19 Km/h SE

Uruguay (Listeni/ˈjʊərəɡw/;[6] Spanish: [uɾuˈɣwai]), officially the Oriental Republic of the Uruguay (SpanishRepública Oriental del Uruguay), is a country in the southeastern region of South America. It is bordered by Argentina to its west and Brazil to its north and east, with the Río de la Plata (River of Silver) to the south and with the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast. Uruguay is home to an estimated 3.42 million people,[7] of whom 1.8 million live in the metropolitan area of its capital and largest city, Montevideo. With an area of approximately 176,000 square kilometres (68,000 sq mi), Uruguay is geographically the second-smallest nation in South America after Suriname.

Uruguay was inhabited by the Charrúa people for approximately 4000 years before the Portuguese established Colonia del Sacramento, one of the oldest European settlements in the country, in 1680. Montevideo was founded as a military stronghold by theSpanish in the early 18th century, signifying the competing claims over the region. Uruguay won its independence between 1811 and 1828, following a four-way struggle between Spain, Portugal, Argentina and Brazil. It remained subject to foreign influence and intervention throughout the 19th century, with the military playing a recurring role in domestic politics until the late 20th century. Modern Uruguay is a democratic constitutional republic, with a president who serves as both head of state and head of government.

Uruguay is ranked first in Latin America in democracypeacelack of corruption,[8] e-government,[9] and is first in South Americawhen it comes to press freedom, size of the middle class and prosperity.[8] On a per-capita basis, Uruguay contributes more troops to United Nations peace-keeping missions than any other country.[8] It ranks second in the region on economic freedomincome equality, per-capita income and inflows of FDI.[8] Uruguay is the third-best country on the continent in terms of HDIGDP growth,[10]innovation and infrastructure.[8] It is regarded as a high-income country (top group) by the UN.[9] Uruguay is also the third-best ranked in the world in e-Participation.[9] Uruguay is an important global exporter of combed woolricesoybeansfrozen beefmaltand milk.[8]

The Economist named Uruguay "country of the year" in 2013,[11] acknowledging the innovative policy of legalizing the production, sale and consumption of cannabisSame-sex marriage and abortion are also legal, leading Uruguay to be regarded as one of the most liberal nations in the world, and one of the most socially developed, outstanding regionally,[12] and ranking highly on global measures of personal rights, tolerance, and inclusion issues.[13]