Alongside a rapidly growing global population and demand for food, farmland offers a truly diversified investment opportunity with attractive long-term returns.
Why invest in agriculture?
Increased demand from China
What is the end use of investment capital?
We're focused on increasing harvest returns
Featured portfolio holdings
Plant-based animal feed manufacturer
Equity investment and income-sharing agreement with a plant-based animal feed manufacturer. The plant runs at 100% capacity, and its order pipeline extends three years.
Cocoa farms, Ghana
Global cocoa demand is at an all-time high. We invested in export quality cocoa farms in Ghana via income-sharing agreements, the produce of which is purchased by Cargill.
Indoor Salmon farm, New York
Global fishmeal production is concentrated around a few producers, Peru and Chile being the largest exporters. Demand for locally cultured salmon competes on price and freshness, given inherent cost advantages.
Microalgae cultivation, New Jersey
Certain microalgae are an alternative protein that is used as fish food by large-scale aqua-culture industries.
Invest in a diversified portfolio of unique assets
Past performance shows lower risk
The Federal crop insurance program mitigates risks on US soil but not many insurance products exist in emerging markets.
The best way to mitigate uncertainties faced by production agriculture is to ensure that operations are run by experienced, professional farmers who make decisions based on profitability.
Most staple crops can be hedged on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, however, specialized cultivation like algae and salmon are not easy to hedge.