Invest In A Real Asset

  • $185M+
  • 45+
    Deals Funded2
  • 6-13%
    Target Net Returns3
  • 2-9%
    Target Net Cash Yield4

Why Farmland?

Leverage this compelling long-term investment with historically attractive risk-adjusted returns.

  • Low Volatility

  • Superior Inflation Hedge

  • Attractive Yields

  • Safe Haven Investment

  • Uncorrelated Returns

  • Long-Term Tailwinds

Diversify Beyond Stocks & Bonds

Farmland has outperformed most major assets, including commercial real estate, for over 30 years.

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Asset Class Performance (1992-2023)

Average Annual Return5
Sharpe Ratio7
Correlation to CPI8






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Data are based on annual total returns from January 1, 1992 through December 31, 2023.

Sources: Privately Held U.S. Farmland - NCREIF Farmland Index; Stocks - S&P 500; Bonds - Bloomberg Barclays U.S. Aggregate Index; Privately Held U.S. Commercial Real Estate - NCREIF Real Estate Index; Publicly Traded U.S. REITs - FTSE Nareit U.S. Real Estate Index. Indexes are unmanaged and unavailable for direct investment.

What Sets FarmTogether Apart

Unparalleled access to farmland investments vetted by rigorous due-diligence.

  • Expert investment team with $1.4B of collective capital deployed9.

  • Disciplined and conservative investment philosophy.

  • Proprietary sourcing technology and strategic best-in-class partnerships.

  • 105-point due diligence checklist to ensure no stone is left unturned.

  • Less than 1% of deals that enter our pipeline are eventually offered on our platform.

How We Invest
Our Andromeda Apple Orchard in Grant County, WA.

Our Andromeda Apple Orchard in Grant County, WA.

Our Knights Landing Almond Orchard in Sutter County, CA.

Our Knights Landing Almond Orchard in Sutter County, CA.

Our Sierra Foothills Pistachio Orchard in Tulare County, CA.

Our Sierra Foothills Pistachio Orchard in Tulare County, CA.

Our Bespoke Hazelnut Property in OR.

Our Bespoke Hazelnut Property in OR.

Our Daybreak Organic Pear & Apple Orchard in Chelan County, WA.

Our Daybreak Organic Pear & Apple Orchard in Chelan County, WA.

Frequently Asked Questions

    • FarmTogether serves both accredited and institutional investors worldwide. 

      To qualify as an Accredited Investor you must meet the SEC's definition:

      • Earn an annual income of over $200,000 per year for the last two years ($300,000 per household) with the expectation of maintaining such level of income this current year.
      • Have a net worth of greater than $1 million (individually or jointly), excluding the value of a primary residence.
      • Invest as a bank, an insurance company, registered investment advisor, business development company, or small business investment company.
      • Invest as a business in which all the equity owners are accredited investors.
      • Invest as an employee benefit plan, a trust, charitable organization, partnership, or company with total assets over $5 million.
      • Is a “knowledgeable employee” of certain investment funds or holds a valid Series 7, 65 or 82 license.

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    • To make your first investment through FarmTogether, first you'll need to set up your FarmTogether account. To do so, click the "Sign Up" button on the homepage. After completing your investor profile, you'll be able to participate in an investment offering. 

      When you are ready to make your first investment, log in to your FarmTogether account, visit the offering page, and then click the "Invest" button. Following that, choose your desired allocation amount via the slider and then click "Invest". Next, select or add an account to invest with, or choose to wire transfer your funds. You will then be asked for proof of accreditation before signing an electronic agreement. Once you've signed and confirmed your investment, you will receive final payment instructions.

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    • Farmland produces returns in two ways: income and appreciation. 

      Income is generated through rental payments via lease agreements (row crops) or direct management contracts (permanent crops), as well as the revenue generated by farming operations. 

      Appreciation will be realized upon sale of the property - the difference between the purchase and sale prices. Gains are generated from property improvements and long-term trends driving rising land prices.

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    • Lease payouts are typically made on a quarterly, semi-annual or annual basis and are automatically deposited into investors' bank accounts. The size of distributions (annual) depends on your investment allocation, as well as the negotiated lease payments. Investors can track upcoming lease payments and distributions to date through our platform. You will receive returns from farmland price appreciation at the end of the hold period. 

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