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Why Farmland?

Farmland has proven to be one of the most stable asset classes over the past few decades and one of the highest yielding asset classes on a risk-return basis. Farmland is uncorrelated with virtually every other mainstream asset class, and it has proven to perform well during economic recessions.

We believe farmland is a bond-like equity investment product that offers investors upside potential while also mitigating downside risks, and we think it is suitable for almost any portfolio.

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Farmland Is Becoming an Increasingly Important Portfolio Addition For Institutions And Foreign Investors

Now It’s Your Turn!

Structural tailwinds like growing population, improving diets, and decreasing farmland supply have driven institutions and foreign investors to significantly increase their investments in farmland over the last 12 years

Why FarmTogether?

High Quality Investment
High Quality Investment

Access to an emerging asset class at institutional-grade level with as little as $10,000.

Curated Opportunities
Curated Opportunities

Carefully curated set of investment opportunities sourced and managed by seasoned professionals.

Solid Returns
Solid Returns

8-15% target total returns with 3-9% cash yields. All net of fees.

Key Partnerships
Key Partnerships

Partnership with a premium farmland investor: 10-year track record and 80,000+ acres under management

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

Free Farmland Investing White Paper

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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.