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Crowdfunding investments into farmland are becoming very popular. Many see farmland as an excellent diversification tool to add to their investment portfolio. However, this type of investment has its own unique challenges as well. In this podcast, Artem Milinchuk, the Founder and CEO of FarmTogether, goes over how soaring inflation, the skyrocketing costs of fuel and fertilizer costs, and how the many supply chain issues are impacting the industry, an industry that, despite all these challenges, has posted double digit increases in the past year alone!

Listen to “How Inflation and Supply Chain Issues are Impacting Farmland Investments” on Spreaker.

We’ve done a number of previous podcasts with Mr. Milinchuk, and they all point to one major conclusion: investing in farmland is on the upswing. And if you’re looking for a crowdfunding opportunity within this field, FarmTogether is certainly a crowdfunding portal you should check into, especially due to the uniqueness of their platform and the investments they showcase on the website.

And remember, all the deals featured on their website are THEIR deals, deals that Farm Together procures, analyzes, vets, and offers direct to their investors, it’s a showcase of only their properties! So if you’re an accredited investor and understand that farmland is meant to be a long-term investment, visit the website and learn more about the deals they offer. Artem has a variety of educational material there, including videos, articles, and risk/reward profile matrix data too.

You’ll leave with a better understanding of why farmland can help diversify your portfolio, mainly because it tends to be uncorrelated to just about all other asset classes. You can also email him here as well. (Ask him about his new Farmland Fund! And 1031 investors, have you ever considered farmland?)

ABOUT OUR GUEST: Artem Milinchuk

Artem MilinchukArtem is the CEO and Founder of FarmTogether and has over 10 years of finance experience in food, agriculture, and farmland. Prior to founding FarmTogether, Artem was employee #1 and CFO/VP of Operations at Full Harvest Technologies, and now a post-Series A B2B platform for buying and selling produce. He previously worked at Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, Sprott Resource Holdings, E&Y and PwC. Artem holds an MBA from The Wharton School, and a BA and MA in Economics from the Higher School of Economics.

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