SPV Larsen Farm, LLLP (“SPV Larsen Farm” or the “Farm”) acquired an 80-acre property located in South Central Iowa just outside of the Des Moines Metro area. The asset includes 70 acres of land suitable for transition to tillable farmland and a 5-acre building site. The Farm is eligible to receive USDA organic certification to produce organic feed grain products and will be professionally managed by Peoples Company, a nationally recognized firm that offers land management, appraisal, brokerage, and investment services in 22 states across the country.
Located in Madison County, Iowa, SPV Larsen Farm was enrolled in a Conservation Reserve Program (“CRP”) through the Farm Service Agency in 2009. Due to there being no application of synthetic chemicals or fertilizers on the Farm throughout the ten-year duration of enrollment, the Farm became eligible for organic production immediately after exiting the program in October 2019. The Farm is eligible to grow organically certified corn, soybeans, oats, and edible beans. Organic certification is actively by being pursued by SPV Larsen Farm through International Certification Services, Inc.
Being in the heart of the Corn Belt and just outside of the Des Moines Metro, the Farm is highly sought after by farm operators. This location is associated with strong agricultural production and therefore experiences consistent tenant occupancy.
The SPV Larsen Farm is being transitioned to tillable farmland through a ground preparation process that entails controlled burning, clearing trees and brush, and discing the land to prepare for planting, while improving soil health and stimulating growth. Opportunities exist for yield optimization through soil drainage improvements that will improve crop health and provide better conditions for completing field operations.
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Private Placement Offerings are being made pursuant to an exemption from registration pursuant to Rule 506 of Regulation D promulgated pursuant to the Securities Act of 1933 (the “Act”) and various state exemptions from registration. The Limited Partnership Units (“Limited Units”) will be offered to accredited investors who meet certain qualifications, as defined by the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) in Rule 501 of Regulation D of the Act. These qualifications are defined as an individual with either $1 million in net worth (all assets, excluding primary residence, less all liabilities); or net income for the last two years of $200,000 or greater ($300,000 if spouse has income) with a reasonable expectation of such earnings in the current year.
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