We’re excited to be launching our new Crowdfarming™ Farmland Ownership asset, where you buy the asset, we farm, and you get the profit.
Our farm managing team: From left, Kobus Strydom (left), Ntuthuko Shezi (middle), and Gene Likhanya (right).
Asset information and numbers
Limpopo, Musina, Tshipise.
Lemons, oranges and grapefruit.
Land size total
2 October 2023.
Shareholding in the company.
Total being raised
Price per portion
Portions on sale
Maximum units per person
Targeted Annual Return
Lifetime ownership of the farm with a minimum holding period of:
Once-Off Acquisition Fee: 3%.
Annual Management Fee:
2% of Net Asset Value.
50% of Return Above Target.
How does your wealth grow?
Annual profits from operating the farm and increase in the value of the farm.
Farmland growth potential & opportunities
“Potential for a solar farm and additional developments”
Besides the 92 hectares of flourishing citrus orchards, there are an additional 490 hectares of open veld currently not in use. There is an opportunity to plant additional citrus trees but only when we secure additional water rights.
A potential for solar farming.
After conducting research, we’ve identified a significant opportunity to establish a solar farm that would provide electricity to the farm and nearby farmers through a wheeling agreement with Eskom.
The farmland also boasts substantial packhouse, currently in the planning stages for revival. With the support of various grant funding mechanisms to bring it back into operation, the packhouse will provide the farm with an additional income stream, as we will be able to offer services and market access to smaller farmers in the neighboring villages.
Farming is an ancient African wealth-building practice. But in this day and age, we don’t have the time or resources to farm.
Our innovative Crowdfarming™ platform allows anyone to own a farm and benefit from rental and growth in the value of the land.
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