In addition to breeding fighting bulls, the Dehesa Yerbabuena farm has been carrying out bull-related tourist activities for more than ten years and is one of the pioneers in these activities in the province of Seville.
It also carries out other activities, although to a lesser extent, such as agriculture and the breeding of tame cattle and horses.
This livestock farm was formed by Romualdo Jiménez with cattle from Flores and Veragua, and when taken over by his son, Francisco Jiménez, it was expanded with cattle from Santa Coloma and Argimiro Pérez-Tabernero.
When Nicanos Villa's livestock farm was divided, the part belonging to his daughter Carmen Villa Lázaro was acquired in 1959 by Domingo Dominguín, who registered it in the name of his wife, Carmen Aparicio Alfayate.
A stone's throw from Seville, in the region of Utrera, the legendary Murube cattle graze on a farm of 850 hectares (500 hectares of dehesa for the bull and 350 hectares of wheat, sunflower and oats).
This is one of the oldest and most prestigious in Spain, dating back to the second half of the 17th century. Over the course of these 300 years, it has been one of the most constant breeders in the country, breeding horses internationally renowned for their uniformity and functionality.
The Pilar del Barranco is an old watering place for livestock. It is located in what used to be a gully or ravine, where several groundwater courses converge. The hole receives inflows from a mine that channels the water from Parpagón Alley.
It was waterproofed and renovated in 2009.
The Miguel Ángel de Cárdenas Stud Farm is one of the world's main stud farms specialised in the Purebred Spanish Horse. It was founded in the 40's by Miguel Ángel Cárdenas Llavanera, who was a great farmer and a magnificent breeder of different species.