Here we combine about and farm.

1.1. Misión
Producir alimentos deliciosos y nutritivos de forma respetuosa al medio ambiente y a la sociedad, creando empleos en el campo y fomentando el uso sustentable de la tierra
1.1. Mission
To produce nutritious and tasty food in a way that is socially and environmentally responsible; creating jobs in rural Mexico and promoting sustainability
1.2. Visión
Ser una empresa reconocida por la calidad de sus productos, ofreciendo alimentos naturales, a precios accesibles en todo México y en otros países
1.2. Vision
To be known by the quality of our products, offering affordable, natural food, both in Mexico and abroad
1.3. Valores
Sustentabilidad ambiental. Solidaridad y Responsabilidad Social. Compromiso con la Calidad
1.3. Values
Environmental Sustainability. Social Responsability and Solidarity. Commitment to Quality
1.4. Historia
DEL RINCÓN GRANDE es una empresa familiar que surgió de la necesidad de producir alimentos e ingresos en una región árida y montañosa. Luego de diversos proyectos productivos desde los años 80s, se decidió en el 2005 que se cultivaría maguey pulquero (Agave salmiana), por ser la especie mejor adaptada a estas condiciones, y se integraría su cultivo con un rebaño de caprinos lecheros. En el año 2015 comenzó la producción y comercialización del jarabe de maguey DEL RINCÓN GRANDE.
1.4. History
DEL RINCÓN GRANDE is a small, family-owned company that produces food and income in an arid and mountainous region. We tried different farming and ranching projects since the early 80s, until we decided to grow Agave salmiana in 2005. The maguey or Agave salmiana is a native species that is perfectly adapted to the local soils and climate. We introduced some dairy goats to create a more complex and resilient agroecosystem. We started producing and selling DEL RINCÓN GRANDE agave syrup in 2015.

2. The Farm
El Rancho La Coyotera is an organic farm producing agave syrup. The farm is located in the town of Zacualtipan de Ángeles in the state of Hidalgo Mexico, in the southern edge of the Chihuahua desert. For the past 30 years the farm has played an integral role in the livelihood of an isolated community. The farm is a good example of a social-ecological system and how its ecosystem services enhance the livelihood of people.
In terms of regulating ecosystem services, La Coyotera protects over half of its acreage (370 hectares or 914 acres) as a natural reserve for the native plants and animals. It also takes many steps to protect the soil from erosion, such as growing perennial crops, planting in contour lines and creating detaches on slopes. There are no agro-toxins used on the farm and even pots and other equipment are cleansed using the sap of a native, nontoxic plant (Agave lechuguilla) instead of chemical products. Goats are kept at a low density to minimize their impact and their manure is returned to the soil. Wild tree pests are controlled and properly manage. Hunting and making fire is forbidden on the property. These measures ensure that aquifers are protected and people health are not affected by pollutants or contaminants.
Through various provisioning services, the farm plays an important role in alleviating many constrains that would affect the community. The farm creates three permanent jobs in an area where there are not many jobs. They are for local people who can attend their families and farms because they do not have to migrate. It also provides temporary employment. It produces high quality nutritious food. The farm produces food and brings income to an impoverished community. It is also collaborated with researchers from natural sciences who have studied its flora and fauna.
Finally the farm maintains cultural linkages with the community. The farm supports the community by participating in events and activities decided by the community, such as fixing the road, taking a course or organizing a communal party, which brings the whole community together and makes it more powerful and independent. Education also plays a vital role in the farm’s mission. The farm is open to anyone who wants to learn from it. It has received students from the National Autonomous School of Agriculture Chapingo, The Technological University of the Mountain Range of Hidalgo, the National Autonomous University of México, and the Technological Institute of the Mexican Plateau. The farm works with people from the National Forest Commission and from the National Commission of Natural Protected Areas. The farm also shares its knowledge with local people who have started to make syrup and raise goats in a similar fashion to the farm.