Dairy Investments

We handpick dairy farms for their cashflow, capital growth and production potential.

Sheep and Beef Investments

Good news for sheep and beef farmers - The world needs more high quality meat products.

Investment options from $20,000

Our aim is to make farming returns more accessible to more investors.

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MyFarm is New Zealand’s most experienced farm investment company.

Since 1990, we have provided investors with opportunities to access returns from New Zealand farming through investment in handpicked, premium farms.

Today we have more than $550 million of farm assets under management. Our experience as farmers, farm managers and farm investors, along with our focus on investment in the top 25% of New Zealand farms, has enabled us to consistently outperform more traditional types of investment and deliver well above average returns.
 

Latest Investment Opportunities

A MyFarm dairy investment is an investment in potential
New Zealand’s position as an agricultural producer is becoming stronger by the day as the world struggles to cope with a surge in demand for protein from an increasingly wealthy middle class.
Sheep and Beef investment for the future
Using MyFarm’s successful 25-year dairy syndication model, we provide syndicate investments in high quality, large scale properties, and we manage these investments and their performance.

Latest News

  • Agri Globe - 27 January 2015
    January 27th 2015
    NZ milk expands 5% in November Voiceless voices concerns GDT rally continues Mixed price trends continue
  • Agri Globe - 20 January 2015
    January 20th 2015
    Lower volumes on offer for this weeks GDT event India, Australia to explore trade ties USDA reduces milk forecasts Latest data shows mixed price trends
  • Dairy Prospects for 2015
    January 17th 2015
    Making projections for 2015 is probably a risky business.  But i won't be too bold with the following;
  • Agri Globe - 13 January 2015
    January 13th 2015
    Fonterra clinches Chinese deal GDT index rises 3.6% Small dip in beef, lamb prices USDA projects lower corn, more soybean output
  • Aussie droughts will impact production
    January 9th 2015
    Very dry spring and soaring temperatures so far this summer in key dairy farming areas are likely to have an effect on milk production. That's the conclusion from Australian based market...
  • Agri Globe - 6 January 2015
    January 6th 2015
    Dry conditions to affect NZ output New labelling for infant formula Rabo: Global beef supplies to stay tight Index suggests Iowa land values still deflating
  • gDT up but some mixed signals
    December 17th 2014
    gDT rose this morning by 2.4%.  As can be seen from the following image, Butter, Anhydrous Milk Fat and Butter Milk Powder all rose strongly.  There were a couple of falls but even Whole...
  • Agri Globe - 16 December 2014
    December 16th 2014
    Fonterra trims payout to NZ$4.70/kgMS Rabo: NZ dairy outlook still sound NZ lamb exports to stay steady Grain prices dip
  • Remaining confident
    December 14th 2014
    2014/15 will be a low point in terms of milk price and dairy farm profitability.  The highs of 2013/14 seem a long time ago. A few charts are illuminating.  The first shows what has...
  • Taking the long term view
    December 11th 2014
    This week Fonterra and Open Country have announced further reductions in their forecast milk prices for this current season to $4.65/kgms (OCD) and $4.70/kgms (Fonterra). Synlait has also indicated...
  • Fonterra's message to its suppliers
    December 10th 2014
    On Wednesday, 10 December 2014 8:44 AM, John Wilson <JohnS.Wilson@info.fonterra.com> wrote:   Good morning
  • Agri Globe - 9 December 2014
    December 9th 2014
    Open Country drops price again Sheep farmers confident Modest recovery in NZ lamb numbers FAO cereal index rises

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Phone +64 6 323 2954 | Fax +64 6 323 0599

Postal Address PO Box 91, Feilding 4740, New Zealand

Email info@myfarm.co.nz

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