General Information of the Farm*
Department: Santa Barbara
Municipality: Santa Barbara Town: El Cielito
Total Farm Area: 3 Area of the Farm with Coffee: 3
Variety in the farm: Pacas
Total Annual Coffee Production (Green Coffee bags 46kg): ___35 bags_
Farmer Information *
Name: Fanny Yesselia Moreno Lopez
Age: 34 years Civil status:
Cellphone: (504) 9966-1952
Generation of Farmer in Family _____3rd Generation_______________________
Spouse Name Jobnel Caceres Diaz Age:
Name of sons/daughters
Katherine Caceres Moreno 17 years
Yojan Isaak Caceres 10 years
Natali Lynsay Caceres Moreno 7 years
Participating Lot Information
Lot Size (46kg bags): 12 bags
Altitude of the Farm: * 1650 masl
Variety of Coffee participating: Pacas
Type of Shade Trees: Inga
Harvest Period: 5 months
Age of the Farm:
Drying method: Solar Patios
Milling Process: Washed
Origin of Water Used on the Milling Process: Water Spring
Other Important Information
Briefly describe how you started working with coffee:
Started the coffee farm in 2011 with help from her husband.
What did you do to make the coffee participating be special?
Good agricultural practices in the farm and a good management in the milling process.
What have you done to improve the quality of your coffee?
Harvest: Ripe cherry only.
Wet Milling: Washing coffee with clean water.
Dry Milling: Using solar driers.
Do you own milling equipment in your farm? Yes ( X ) No ( )
Pulp machine, with classifier, patios and solar driers.
How do you transport your coffee? Own vehicle, 4×4 Pick-up truck
How do you normally commercialize your coffee? The coffee is sold to “Exportadora San Vicente”
Do you do any special activity to help preserve the soil in your farm?
Contour plowing and the use of living barriers
Have you participated in Cup of Excellence before? YES
How many times? 2 years
Did you qualify for the International Week? YES
Have you been part of an International Coffee Expo? SCAA
Do you have any previous experience on preparing micro-lots? YES
Do you periodically evaluate your coffee quality?
If your answer was YES, briefly describe how you evaluate your coffee quality.
I send the coffee samples for cupping to “Exportadora San Vicente”.
Have you ever done contracts with International Coffee buyers? NO
If your answer was YES, who is your buyer, since when do you do business with them, and how did you make contact with them?
Was your farm affected by the Coffee Rust? YES
What activities do you to mitigate/control the fungus? Application of fungicides.
Do you have any other problems in your farm? Lack of human resources, and bad conditions on rural streets.
*Optional: Would you share with us what are your dreams/goals/objectives?
Keep participating in Cup of Excellence and reach the 1st place.
Job Neel Cáceres, Fani Yeselia Moreno y Extreberto Cáceres Gutiérrez
– Finca El Nacimiento 1, El Nacimiento 2 y Cielito Lindo
Job working with his family in the cultivation of rice, corn and coffee until 1998, after that year, through a program, traveled to the Bahamas to work, return to the country next year, and a friend recommended you know some properties in El Cielito, Santa Barbara; there buy 22 acres of land (mostly forest conservation areas) at low cost and quickly start sowing 1.4 hectares of coffee. In 2001 I travelled to the United States to work as he had no source of income and the coffee was still in development, spent 7 years there and during that time his father was in charge of the farm. Meanwhile Fani comes from a family of farmers, as she says: “I was born, grew up and I’m raising to my coffee”, her family to her corresponded you the work of pulp washing and drying the coffee. Married to the Job in 1999 and she was strong in the home support when Job sowed the first part of the estate; Once Job traveled to the United States she followed him also looking for a job.
During his stay abroad, Don Extreberto Caceres, Job´s father, was in charge of the administration of the estate, the I continue planting coffee, and in 2006, oriented him that coffee on the farm “Cielito Lindo” could have potential as a specialty coffee, and that same year, I participate and stay in second place in the cup of excellence, that same year bought the property where currently farms “birth 1” and “2 birth”.
In 2008 Job and Fani returned home and began working heavily on farms that are managed in partnership between the three, being more responsible Job. Currently they are intended to maintain the production of farms, but under an agroforestry system thinking on the protection of the environment and also to buy a new property in another area of coffee with the intention of supporting their children to sow their own farms.
|Farm Name||Nacimiento # 2|
|Farmer/Rep.||Fani Yeselia Moreno Lopez|
|Aroma/Flavor||Red apple, honey, orange, cassis,|
|Other||Juicy, creamy, molasses|
|Auction Lot Size (lbs.)||428.16|