Structured agricultural investment
Expected returns of 239% over 5 years
Ndiayene Pendao Farm
Ndiayene Pendao, Senegal
An exceptional opportunity to invest in a highly profitable food crop production project in West Africa.
To participate, purchase one of a limited number of memberships of our UK-based company (limited by guarantee) for a fixed price of £20,000 and enjoy returns expected to be 239% over 5 years paid out every year after harvest.
- Rotational farming of maize, onion and sweet potato
- Expected returns of 239% over 5 years
- Low Entry point - invest for £20,000
- Crops insured (and reinsured by Swiss Re)
- Positive local impact through employment and food security
It is well publicised that one of the most pressing challenges facing us today is food security. A growing global population means that there are an additional 150 mouths to feed every minute (US Census Bureau) and a significant gap in supply and demand leading to rising food prices.
This in turn is creating a worldwide boom in agricultural investments and the West African nation of Senegal has been a significant beneficiary of this interest. Senegal imports over 60% of its food stuffs and the government has instituted a policy to reduce its reliance on imported food by 50%. This has prompted increased interest in the acquisition of farmland to grow food crops – importantly for the domestic market.
Such market level factors mean that sustainable, intensive farming of short term rotational food crops such as maize, onion and sweet potato represents an increasingly good opportunity.
Our latest pioneering investment opportunity in Senegal, backed by both insurance policies and a highly experienced team, is now available to investors with expected returns of 239% over 5 years.
Invest from £20,000
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- The local demand for food stuffs in Senegal
- More about the crops, farm and the team
- How the returns are calculated
- How to purchase a membership