Agricultural investment: Rice farming for carbon credits
In the sub-Saharan region many biotic and environmental factors hinder rice production which raises the gap between consumption and production. Capital Alternatives explored the opportunity for agricultural land investment and negotiated prime rice farm lands in Sierra Leone on a lease term of 49 years for investment purpose. Our investment opportunity in rice farming and agriculture land is provided under the project called Agri Capital where a minimum of £5,850 should be invested for 3 acres of land, where the price of the land is £5,250 and £600 is the set up fee for each acre of land. The investors will own a title deed of the land and you can select your own fields to invest.
Some of the key points of investments in African agricultural land are
Rice harvesting will provide estimated income of 15% per annum.
The last harvests yielded a return of 16.2% and 14% respectively.
At least two harvests per annum
The capital value of land will increase every year
Returns will be generated from tangible assets
Increasing demand for rice (which is the staple food of local population)
Non cyclic investment
Money-back guarantee (where full investment is returned if Agri Capital does not harvest in the first 2 years)
Agri Capital also aims to provide health, education and also food to the local population
No hidden charges or ongoing fees
It is believed the investment in agricultural land will provide significantly high returns and our investors will get at least 50% of the initial investments as returns. Agri Capital aims to provide a minimum of 40% of profit from the rice crops harvesting to the investors and the capital value of African agriculture land is increasing with a conservative rate of 7%. Hence, investors will be benefited through the harvests of the land and also from the capital appreciation on the land. The land will be provided on freehold ownership and the investors can either sell the plots separately (if you have bought more than 3 acres of land) or all at one time.
Once the set up fee has been taken, the field area is cleared to prepare it for planting and in a year the land will be valued higher than the non-productive lands. It is believed the returns from capital appreciation and the harvests from rice farming can provide returns of minimum 175% in five years (which includes the profits generated from harvests in the five year).
This article has been written under the guidance of expertise that has the vast knowledge in Alternative Investment
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