The Holcomb Farm is a 372-acre cotton and soybean farm located in Dunklin County, Missouri. The farm is situated approximately 11 miles north of Kennet, MO and sits in the Bootheel area. Consisting primarily of Farrenburg fine sandy loam, Gideon loam, and Dundee silt loam, the soils on the farm have a higher permeability and allow for superior drainage compared to heavier clay soils. These characteristics are especially beneficial in cotton production.
The "Bootheel" region of Southeastern Missouri is known for its lighter soils and sustainable groundwater resources from the Mississippi Alluvial Aquifer, recharged by the Mississippi River. Bootheel soils provide great optionality in crop choice, with the ability to grow cotton, corn, soybeans, and some specialty crops. This region boasts some of the strongest land values in the state, with low property taxes helping to improve net returns relative to other midwestern areas.
Finally, the Missouri Bootheel region enjoys a robust agricultural community. The Holcomb parcels are located in the same farming community as other active AcreTrader investments.
5-10 year target hold period given stable cash flows and potential for long-term appreciation.
5 year lease agreement with a strong tenant. Rent increases by 2% annually after Year 3.
Invest in a hard asset with little or no correlation to other major asset classes.
The property will be managed by Acretrader Management, LLC, an affiliate of AcreTrader, Inc.
Standard AcreTrader management fee of 0.75% applies annually.
Cash distributions expected to occur annually, beginning in December 2022. Frequency of distributions may increase during future periods.