OTTAWA, CANADA--(Marketwire - Sept. 14, 2012) - Investors in Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP I experienced a 10.4 per cent return during the first six months of 2012 including cash distributions. Earlier this year Bonnefield announced a policy of 5% cash distributions payable semi-annually. Total compounded returns to date have been 25.78 per cent since the fund's inception in April 2010.
Bonnefield, a national farmland investment manager, provides individuals, family offices and institutional investors with opportunities to invest in Canadian farmland through pooled limited partnerships and individually managed accounts.
Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP I currently holds a portfolio of more than 15,000 title acres of farmland located in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario and generates a return for investors through a combination of lease income and capital gains.
Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP I is now closed to new investment and completed its farmland acquisition program in early 2012.
The company recently began a private offering for Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP II, a private, unlisted, limited partnership open to accredited investors who are Canadian citizens or qualified Canadian residents as defined by relevant farmland ownership regulations.
For more information:
- Bonnefield: http://www.bonnefield.com/
- Bonnefield Canadian Farmland LP I fact sheet
- Canadian Farmland and Agribusiness Investment Seminar: http://www.agconference.ca/
Bonnefield (www.bonnefield.com) is Canada's first national farmland management and investment company that protects the integrity of farmland while increasing its long-term value. We work with Canadian farm operators to help them diversify their assets and grow without debt while promoting good farming practices and wise business choices. We provide individuals and institutions with the means to invest in and hold farmland for long-term capital appreciation and income. Bonnefield is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada with offices in Toronto.
* Historical performance may not be indicative of future results.