Direct Public Offering - Coming Soon

Iroquois Valley is proud to announce the upcoming Direct Public Offering of its REIT Equity Shares (stock). Few assets are as essential, valuable, and impactful as farmland, and this offering represents the Company’s latest step in its ongoing pursuit of supporting independent farm operations through a diverse and broad base of capital. The Company submitted an updated Offering to the SEC on 2/28/19 and expects to hear back on qualification by the end of March.

Offering Details

  • The Regulation A+ Offering was filed by Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT, PBC with the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) on February 28, 2019.

  • Iroquois Valley expects the Offering to be reviewed and accepted by April 1, 2019.

  • Investments through the Direct Public Offering will be in REIT stock, the same shares we are currently selling through our accredited-investor only offering.

Offering Terms

  • Minimum investment of $10,132 (17 shares at $596/share)

  • Open to all investors (purchase must not exceed the greater of 10% of annual income or 10% of net worth)
  • Redemption rights accrue after 7 years
  • Direct exposure to a diversified portfolio of organic farmland
  • REIT Equity stock can be purchased through the investor portal at

To learn more about the offering, or receive a copy of the Draft Circular, please enter your information below or email


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