”Agriculture is our wisest pursuit because it will, in the end, contribute most to real wealth, good morals, and happiness.Thomas Jefferson
Investing in a world with so many diverse choices can be intimidating.
Investors nowadays are spoilt for choice, each asset carries its risks and rewards, and there’s no one-stop-shop to make the most out of your money. It’s easy to invest in opportunities that are familiar instead of investing in a possibly foreign industry like agriculture. Don’t let that drive you away from investing in an asset class that not only provides long-term high returns, but that also helps feed, clothe, and fuel the world.
Here are our top tips for becoming a successful agri business investor.
Find the Right Land to Invest in
Choosing the right land with crops to match your investment goals is essential. Farm cycles differ depending on the type of crops and their seed-to-seed-cycle. At Invest4Land, we focus on the production of crops that offer the highest possible yields for our investors, such as walnuts and almonds.
Supply & Demand
Finding a niche in the market and choosing a product with low supply and high demand is the best way to make smart agri business investment choices. Our walnuts offer an excellent investment opportunity, due to their significantly high demand and low supply both in domestic and global markets.
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Consider the Environment
Invest in your beliefs! Agriculture investors have an excellent opportunity to grow their wealth with investments they value. Agri business investments generate a wide range of environmental benefits, such as higher productivity, increased food availability, and fighting climate change.
Some investments require specific skill sets over others, and investing in agriculture requires a certain level of technical know-how. At Invest4Land, we save you the hassle by providing full management of the land, from cleaning and planting the soil, water wells, irrigation systems, land maintenance at all stages of production, and finally, selling the harvest and distributing profits to investors
Positive Social Impact
Families hand down their farms generation after generation, and farming is a learned skill that many people do not possess. Agriculture fuels our Friday night dinners, our affinity for home and office decor, and our Sunday night grocery trips. Your choice to invest in agriculture provides capital for farmers to maximize their yields and productivity, and it creates employment opportunities and contributes to poverty reduction.