FORT WORTH, Texas — Harvest Returns, an investment crowdfunding platform for agriculture, today announced that it will attend the Commodity Classic convention and trade show to be held March 2-4, 2017, at the Henry B. González Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas.
“We’re looking forward to meeting farmers and investors interested in owning income-producing agriculture products at the Commodity Classic. Investing in farmland provides solid returns that outpace the stock market over the long term. Connecting investors with America’s food producers is an important part of our company’s mission.” – Chris Rawley, Harvest Returns Founder
At the show, Harvest Returns will highlight how land owners and farmers can raise capital to acquire new land with its innovative online crowdfunding platform. The company is currently soliciting deals in farmland, timberland, livestock operations, and solar farms to list on its crowdfunding platform. Anyone visiting Harvest Returns’ designated table at the Commodity Classic can register to win one of several door prizes.
The Commodity Classic is America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show, attended by nearly 10,000 people each year. “Agribusiness companies large and small know that America’s best farmers are walking the aisles at the trade show, so they bring out their best in terms of equipment, technology and people to make sure farmers get the information they need to make good decisions,” said Kevin Ross, an Iowa farmer and co-chair of the 2017 Commodity Classic. “If it’s new, it’s at Commodity Classic. If you need to know about it, you’ll learn it at Commodity Classic.”
About Harvest Returns
Harvest Returns, LLC is a financial technology company created in 2016 by two military veterans to bring agricultural producers together with investors. Through the democratizing investment process known as equity crowdfunding, our online platform provides curated, diversified offerings of farm and timberland to accredited investors. Harvest Returns is headquartered in Fort Worth and will launch its platform in Spring 2017.
— Harvest Returns via PRNewswire