Introduction to Farmland Investing
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Invest in US FarmlandPreserve & Grow Your AssetsBuild a Recession-Resistant Portfolio

FarmTogether's Advantage

How farmland has performed historically.

FarmlandUS Treasury Bond (10Y)Gold

Target returns

10-15%
~3%
0%

Inflation Resistance

Strong
Strong

Physical asset ownership

Recession Resistance

Generates Cash Flow

Farmland is becoming an increasingly important portfolio addition for institutions and foreign investors.

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Investment ownership of farmland has increased significantly over the last 15 years. Macroeconomic forces such as population increase, changes in global food consumption, and decreasing farmland supply are driving growth of the asset class.

Number of agriculture/farmland-focused funds

Cumulative capital raised ($BN)

Agricultural land held by foreign investors ($M)

25
20
15
10

Past Investments from our Partners

Our team and partners bring a unique blend of farmland investing, agriculture and real estate expertise with over 70 years of combined experience.

Montfort Farm
Volk Farm
Torrance Farm

Montfort Farm

120 leased acres of land ideally located in Iowa County, WI. The corn-soybean rotation produces higher crop yields and helps to control diseases. This was a sale-leaseback deal. The property is currently farmed by a family with a long-term connection to the area.

  • IRR1
    12.78%
  • avg annual
    Cash yield
    6.04%
  • year of
    purchase
    2010

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1Represents net unrealized internal rate of return (IRR) for funds invested in the Montfort farm on December 26, 2010 through March 31, 2018.

2Represents net unrealized internal rate of return (IRR) for funds invested in the Volk farm on September 12, 2012 through March 31, 2018.

3Price increase was calculated by dividing the internal appraisal of the Torrance farm on March 31, 2018 by the initial purchase price on February 28, 2017.