Food prices are going up and many factors contribute to this. By 2030, the world’s farmland will have to support an 8.5-billion-person population. As the world’s developing nations shift from rural to urban with increasing incomes, protein upgrades to their diets and greater use of alternative fuels, pressure will increase on global food supplies. Additional demands on agriculture land due to droughts, water scarcity and urbanization are also diminishing available farmable land. These factors lead to a supply-constrained environment for farmland.
With increasing demand and constrained to – shrinking supply, agriculture land becomes a compelling investment opportunity. Farmland offers a stable cash flow, portfolio diversification and a protection against inflation. Farmland investments in Permanent Crops (Wine Grapes, Nut Trees, Citrus, Apples, etc.) offers the highest returns in agriculture according to the NCREIF Farmland Index.
Please find enclosed, a fact sheet on our new investment opportunity, Davis 190 LLC. We are in escrow on 190 acres of “institutional quality” 5-year-old Almond orchard. The Orchard is in Northern California 3.5 miles west of the town of Davis (near Sacramento).
Demand for food is rising and the supply of farmland is declining. The owners of high quality farmland are positioned to benefit for years to come.
We have a private placement memorandum available. If you are interested, in finding out more about this opportunity, call 310-273-3333 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to talking with you.