Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT
$15,000,000 Equity Offering
Invest for Public Health   
Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT, recently incorporated as a public benefit corporation, is pleased to announce its first equity offering. Our focus on farmland access for the next generation of organic family farmers is enabling a more healthy agriculture. According to the USDA, 10% of farmland (about 90 million acres) is expected to change hands in the next five years alone. Recapitalizing this transition will require more scalable investment options. Our new REIT structure is geared for future growth and income.
The company is currently funding a pipeline of family farms spread across the U.S., including Virginia, Ohio, Maryland, New York, Oregon, and North Carolina, among others. Iroquois Valley's new REIT elevates our company to a new level of effectiveness, transforming our outdated commodity, fossil-fuel, and chemical-based agricultural system (aka the industrial monoculture) to one that heals the soils, sequesters carbon from the atmosphere and provides a healthy and economically viable life for family farmers.
Join our growing family of investors (37 states) who make up our diverse capital base and have supported us throughout the company's ten year history.          
"Invest in regenerative, organic agriculture to revolutionize this country's food system" 

Dr. Stephen Rivard, Iroquois Valley Co-Founder and Medical Director

In order to reverse climate change, protect pollinators, and increase biodiversity, it is imperative that more organic farmers get on the land and that more investors understand what is at stake. 

To view the PPM for our REIT equity offering, click here. Our Soil Restoration Notes term sheet can be viewed here
Iroquois Valley Investing in Grass Farms
The Beichler family  returned to the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia to start their grass-fed dairy business.
The Henry Family, grass milk producers for Organic Valley, recently refinanced their Minnawana Farm in Olmsted County, MN
Health-conscious consumers choose grass-fed dairy because of higher nutritional content in the products. Iroquois Valley's investments in organic, grass-fed dairy  feature holistic, rotational grazing systems on pasture. Recently we started refinancing mortgages for Organic Valley producers in southeastern Minnesota. While Iroquois Valley has historically supported mostly grain and vegetable operations, we are committed to diversity in the fields of sustainable agriculture and have now financed dairy operations in New York, West Virginia, Indiana and Minnesota.

We will soon be impacting Virginia's Shenandoah Valley by purchasing a farm for lease to Ben and Kristen Beichler of Creambrook Farm. They are partnering with their family, who operate Old Church Creamery, to produce yogurt, kefir, and other grass-fed dairy products.  
Connecting farm families, communities, and investors since 2007. 
As a corporate guideline,  we do not look for specific farmland to purchase or finance. We develop relationships with farmers, mostly young and organic, that want to grow their farm business. We move forward if we have a ready, willing and able farmer in hand. 

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