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Pathways, planting and progress!

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When you invest in a turnkey managed, passive income generating farm, you do so because you don’t really want to get your hands dirty.

You let your money work for you. Not the other way around. Smart!

But, someone has to get their hands dirty to turn around these old farms and plant the new farms from scratch.

Luckily for you,..that’s our job!

Just the other day we received “messages from the field” (sorry Simon Black) with updates from our workers on the ground in both Panama and Belize, sending us photos of the 2 teams hard at work building the road (really pathways) to the farms.

In Panama, when you hear us saying we acquired multiple, high altitude, virgin farms, you probably don’t understand the work that goes into making these farms accessible to plant and operate.

Here you will see our team of full time International Coffee Farms (ICFC) workers and some additional temporary workers, hard at work literally cutting a pathway into the side of the mountain.

All in preparation to transport 77,000 coffee saplings of up to 7 different varietals, up to 1,800 meters (5,900 feet) above sea level and to plant out our newest farm.

In Belize, even though the first 3 farms in our cacao parcel opportunity are now sold out, that doesn’t mean the work stops when it comes to planting new farms!

At the end of last year we acquired 2 new farms and the team have been extremely busy cleaning and preparing this ‘jungle” ready for planting season, which is now upon us.

Planting season happens once a year and if you miss it, you lose a year. So, we plough ahead, buy farms, get them ready and plant them in advance of launching our new cacao opportunity (V2.0) for the 2 new farms…which is coming your way soon!

An extensive road construction and expansion program was carried out in May and June to cut down on what in some cases was a 1-hour hike from the nearest road access just to get to one of the farms.

So, the idea of this quick email is to show you some of the real, hard, sweaty and dirty work that goes on here in Panama and in Belize, on a daily basis.

Turn-key passive investment is easy to say…it takes hard work to deliver!

Want to see it for yourself?

Come to Panama on November 15th to 17th for our Final Group Coffee Farm Tour of 2019.

Click here to learn more and sign up!

Darren Doyle
Darren Doyle
Co-Founder & President of AgroNosotros
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