Farmland 101
Learn how you can gain exposure to the dynamic and rapidly growing farmland sector with this exclusive guide from Farmfolio.
Ag Investment Guide 2020-2021
At this time last year, no one could have predicted where we would be today. We've seen unprecedented changes in the world around us, leaving us with a palpable sense of uncertainty and doubt. Where will we be at the end of next year? At the end of the decade? In this year's Ag Investment Guide, you will discover the megatrends shaping the agricultural landscape, from ag tech to changing consumption habits to the impact of COVID-19. You will learn about dynamic sectors, how to access agriculture, how to assess risk, and more. As we enter another year of challenges, don't miss this chance to arm yourself with knowledge. Download the Ag Investment Guide today:
Lime Whitepaper
This document is a comprehensive overview of Tahiti lime: markets, regions of productions, best practices, forecasts, and more. The data contained in this report is the foundation of our Valle Verde lime operation.
Lumer & Teak Whitepaper
This report contains information on hardwood markets, lumber supply chains, teak investment opportunities, sustainability, top exporters, and more. Essential reading for those curious about our teak operations.
Coconut Whitepaper
Our report on the feasibility of coconut production for export. Contains valuable information on coconut varieties, growth cycles, startup times, regions of production, permanent crops, market risks, value-added production, and more.

Farm Guest Memoirs

Tim Faust
From a Virtual Reality Tour to A Horseback Tour & Everything in the Middle
"From our first meeting in Phoenix, I felt that Dax and Oscar were sincere and knew what they were doing. My time in Colombia and Panama—seeing the operations, meeting the managers, and walking the property myself—assured me that my trust was well placed."
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Heinz Berger
I saw what I needed to see: steady growth and a promising future!
"The Vergara family does a great job. After spending time on location and talking to them in person, I am 100% confident in the way they understand and conduct their pineapple business."
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Karen Williams
People, Planet, and Profit – Our Trip to Ganadería Pietrasanta
"When reviewing Farmfolio’s opportunities, I particularly liked the diversification within the Pietrasanta project. I love to see multiple independent income streams! After spending time at PGP and GP, I found the operators to be knowledgeable and passionate about what they do. I am proud to invest in their business and support their efforts."
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Jerome Hartigan
PGP Impressed My Toughest Investing Critic
"Panama Golden Pineapple (and Pietrasanta) met and exceeded these expectations. In addition to beautiful settings, it was clear that these projects are maintaining the commitment of the original family farmers. For someone coming in from the outside, witnessing that level of on-the-ground investment and history is confidence inspiring."
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Frequently Asked Questions
  • How can I get more information about a specific investment?
    Please feel free to contact us directly at [email protected] or (888) 565-9941. Please include the name of the specific investment opportunity that interests you on the subject line.
  • How does Farmfolio work?
    Farmfolio is an online investment platform that brings together investors and landowners. Through Farmfolio, accredited or institutional investors can participate in pre-identified agriculture investment opportunities with as little as $1,000. Legal document signatures and fund transfers can all be handled securely through our online platform, so that investors can complete the entire transaction through the website or with our representatives. Inquire about current offerings at [email protected]
  • How do investors earn returns?
    Each Farmfolio project has its own prospectus, which outline the specifics of the project, including when dividends are paid and how they are paid. Typically, dividend payments are received on a semi-annual basis through direct fund transfers and statements are generated on a quarterly basis.
  • What are Farmshares?
    Farmshares™ allow investors to participate directly in the agriculture supply chain. Whether investors want to invest in farming, processing, or movement of goods, Farmshares™ give them access to the profits of large-scale agricultural projects, which often are only accessible to large institutional investors.
  • Who can invest?
    Farmfolio’s projects are currently offered to accredited investor based in the United States. Foreign or non-accredited investors may be eligible, please contact [email protected] to find out if you are elegible.
  • What is a K-1 Form?
    Similar to a 1099, a K-1 Form is an accounting of the taxable income for any specific year. Each investor receives one per investment. K-1 Forms are most commonly used in partnerships and in real estate ownership.
  • Do I need to be accredited to join a company network?
    No, you do not need to be accredited to join a company network.
  • Where are your projects located?
    Farmfolio’s projects are mainly located in Central and South America.
  • What are the tax implications of investing in a Farmfolio project?
    Investors receive a single k1 tax reporting Form at the end of the year, distributions are are made of return of capital and dividend income. *Farmfolio does not provide tax advise.
  • What tax documents will I receive?
    Investors in Farmfolio’s Farmshares™ program will receive a K1 Form at the end of each year.
  • How is each project managed?
    Each project is established as its own entity and Farmshares™ for the entity are issued based on the size of the project. Once initial shares are issued, they are limited and cannot be diluted. Farmfolio will serve as the general manager of the project in order to ensure proper management and shareholder servicing. Dividends are paid out as profits are received and shareholders will have the opportunity to resell shares on the Farmfolio exchange once minimum holding periods are met.