Welcome to the FarmTogether Learning Center!
Our Learning Center was created with the intention of helping investors better understand the landscape for what makes farmland investing a favorable and attractive long-term strategy.
Introduction to Farmland Investing
In this paper, we seek to provide a general understanding of farmland as an asset class and highlight the various financial characteristics that make it a compelling addition to investors’ portfolios.
Is Farmland A Good Investment In a Recession?
In this paper, we look into four US recessions and explore how farmland performed: the Great Financial Crisis in the late 00s, the Dotcom Bubble at the turn of the century, the 1980s Recession, and the COVID-19 pandemic.
California: An Agricultural Powerhouse
In this paper, we analyze California’s value in the agricultural sector, investigate concerns facing the industry, and explore what is being done today to ensure California’s long-term position as an agricultural powerhouse.
Farmland: A Historically Stable Asset During Uncertain Times
In this paper, we examine the performance of several major asset classes since the onset of COVID-19 and break down the unique characteristics that continue to make farmland a historically reliable store of value.
Downside Protection: A Case Study of Farmland Performance
In an era of heightened macroeconomic and geopolitical uncertainty, farmland may offer investors counter-cyclical exposure and downside protection for their portfolios.
FarmTogether leverages technology and data science to tap into both high-quality permanent and row crop farmland opportunities across the United States.
Sustainable Farmland Fund, LP Overview
Diversified exposure to a portfolio of institutional-grade sustainable farmland through a single allocation.
Crowdfunded Offerings Overview
Fractional farmland ownership for accredited investors via FarmTogether’s all-in-one digital platform.
Bespoke Offerings Overview
Allows investors to render sole ownership of a farm of their choice; investors can think of this as a separately managed account.
Tenancy In Common Offerings (TICs) Overview
A form of real property co-ownership in which two or more investors share an ownership interest in one of our farmland offerings.
Facilitating 1031 Exchanges in Farmland Overview
Swap an existing investment property with farmland – a like-kind replacement property – or invest in a real property interest to enable tax savings.
Row Crops Overview
Row crops consist of traditional commodities, including corn and soybeans. These annual crops are planted, grown, and harvested on 6 - 12 month cycles.
Permanent Crops Overview
Permanent crops are perennial trees, bushes, and vines with 20+ years of productive lives, such as almonds, apples, hazelnuts, lemons, oranges, pistachios, and wine grapes.