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Current Landholder’s NameHas Clear Title to Land?Hectares clearedHectares of permanent crops addedChickensCattlePigsHorsesHectares of pasture addedMeters of fencing
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AmarildoYes2052072012.5500
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Bene VenutoYes15401654255000
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DanielNo6131500000
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Fco.No2022200243202600
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Fco. PereiraNo26313000000
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FransiscaYes12.510.5100000160
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José CarlosYes51915801102000
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José CirilioYes20430505320800
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José RibamarYes100182020002852000
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José VieiraYes512137020500
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MarceloNo38.5200004500
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MirtesYes202050821181400
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OtacilioNo1526.5350009.5500
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PauloNo014103010002000
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RaimundoNo10151014010
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TenilsonYes2529752201453000
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Vicente (1)No2500002.5500
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Vicente (2)No12.514100273312.51000
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Legend
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Title to Land:
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Yes = The settler has a clear and legally recognized title to the land that would be upheld in a court of law.
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No = The settler has no claim to the land (squatter), or his/her claim is uncertain. (For example, the settler holds a signed receipt from a previous owner, or a provisional title that he has not yet officially registered.)
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Hectares cleared
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The number of hectares the farmer has cleared. Cleared land can be used to grow crops or as pasture for cattle.
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Permanent crops
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Usually tree crops such as bananas, coffee, and cocoa that require several years’ growth to bear a crop. In the long run, they are more valuable than annual (yearly) crops that must be planted each year.
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Pasture added
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Removing trees, stumps, and rocks and/or seeding land to create suitable grazing for cattle.
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Meters fenced:
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Farmers may maintain livestock for their own use without much fencing. Raising cattle for market requires fencing.
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