We are an innovative digital agritech platform with focus on arable, pastoral farming and other agricultural operations in Africa. We believe strongly that agriculture is one of the most secure and profitable business to invest in, as we provide opportunities for everyone to engage in Agribusiness anytime and anywhere. We take the burden off our investors by managing all aspects of farming whilst they sit back and watch their money grow.
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Determine what best models fits your investment portfolio and invest. All opportunities have been carefully selected and offer high return possibilities.
Congratulations you’re an investor! Invest”N”Farm manages all aspects of the farmland, from planting to harvesting to selling while you simply track your farm's progress online.
At the end of the product life cycle investors will receive their capital with their return on investment (ROI)
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Maize (zea mays) also known as corn is one among the profitable crops in Nigeria, it is a cereal plant of the Gramieae family of grasses that today constitutes the most widely distributed food in the world. When maize cultivation started in Nigeria, it was first cultivated as a subsistence crop, in small quantities for family survival only. As time went on maize farming changed its face and operations from subsistence farming to commercial farming. Today maize is planted in larger(commercial) quantities because of its profitability, economic value and the demand for the crop in the market.READ MORE
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One of the most popular agribusinesses is fish farming. Fish farming is a common type of aquaculture. Fish farming is highly exploited as it allows the production of a cheap source of protein. Today, the modern farm practice has made it possible to grow fish in the farms and control the input. Fish farming is easier to do than other kinds of farming as fish are not care-intensive, but only require food and proper water conditions as well as temperatures. The process is also less land intensive , even though Catfish is not the most popular fish in Nigeria, this fish species is by far the most cultivated in Nigeria. One thing good about catfish is that it is one of the easiest fish species to cultivate. So, people naturally flow in the direction of fish species they found to be the easiest to cultivate. If you are thinking of a business to start now, I recommend you start Catfish Farming. If you are an existing farmer and you are looking to expand your farm capacity, I’d encourage you to add fish farming to your line of business. Fish farming (especially catfish) is most compatible with poultry farming as you can use the poultry drops to produce the feed for your fish.READ MORE
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Cassava is the third-largest source of food carbohydrates in the tropics, after rice and maize. Cassava is a major staple food in the developing world, providing a basic diet for over half a billion people. It is one of the most drought-tolerant crops, capable of growing on marginal soils. Nigeria is the world's largest producer of cassava, while Thailand is the largest exporter of cassava starch. The cassava root is long and tapered, with a firm, homogeneous flesh encased in a detachable rind, about 1 mm thick, rough, and brown on the outside. Cassava is a calorie-rich vegetable that contains plenty of carbohydrates and key vitamins and minerals. Cassava is a good source of vitamin C, thiamine, riboflavin, and niacin. The leaves, which are also edible if a person cooks them or dries them in the sun, can contain up to 25% protein. Cassava is a versatile, flavorful food and an important source of nutrients and energy, particularly in the tropics. Cassava is like yams and taro, and people can use it in similar ways to a potato. It is possible to use tapioca starch to make gluten-free baked goods. It can be a beneficial addition to the diet.READ MORE
Ownership in a farm operation allows investors to learn about the many aspects that go into a real working farm and the hard work that goes into feeding the world.
By 2050 the world population will grow to over 10 billion people. An additional 3 billion people will enter the middle class causing food demand to sky rocket.
Since farmland is uncorrelated with most other major asset classes, it has proven to perform well during challenging economic conditions.
Farmland is an attractive, long-term investment that has the potential to provide relative resiliency to challenging economic conditions.
Historical data reveals that farmland has been an extremely resilient asset class. The industry has seen positive returns generated every year since 1990, proving it to be one of the most stable asset classes over the past few decades.
Over time, farmland has proven to have a positive correlation with inflation. More so than bonds, the stock market, and even gold. On average, no investment offers a hedge against inflation like farmland.
With a growing global population and shrinking, the laws of supply and demand are clearly in favor of farmland investing. As a result, farmland has consistently beat other asset classes over time.
Investing in farmland benefits the investor more than just in financial gains. An investment in agriculture has social and economical benefits that include keeping farmers in the business of farming, keeping the world fed and clothed, bringing jobs and success to a community and supporting family businesses.
We believe that farmland is a different kind of asset. It's one that has so many interesting processes and produces a commodity that really matters; food. Visiting your piece of farmland and seeing it for yourself is a unique opportunity that we invite our investors to experience.