Invest Inya Farmer turns a shopping list of farm produce into a new investment class

Victorian-based startup Invest Inya Farmer (IIF), armed with $1.1 million in seed capital, has launched a ‘world first’ asset class that allows city dwellers to invest in agricultural production without physically owning a farm.

For members of the IIF co-operative, a dozen oysters, a jar of honey, or a bag of peaches, ginger and beef isn’t a shopping list. It’s an investment portfolio of farm produce that not only allows people to grab a share of Australia’s farm gate but gives rural producers early access to working capital to grow their businesses faster… Read more.

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