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Seville, beautiful and diverse

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 founded by Francisco Olivera Bermúdez in Alcalá de Guadaíra in 1961. However, he did not begin to work as a Spanish purebred horse (PRE in Spanish) breeder until 1975.

In late 1939 the couple formed by Victoria MacKinlay and José María Escobar acquired almost all of Graciliano Pérez Tabernero's fighting bull livestock in Salamanca. They took it to rented properties in the province of Madrid and in early 1940 José Escobar bought 1,000 ha of the southern half of Isla Mínima.