|Price per animal||$ 950|
|Minimum order||30% of a camel|
|Estimated annual ROI||17-30%|
At this farm we are first breeding camels before they start producing milk or sold to other farmers. We are buying camels around the age of 6-7 years old who are ready to get pregnant this spring or the autumn. We are starting with 60 camels with possibility to increase to 100 camels. During the gestation period the camels will graze naturally in an area near Galkacyo city, central Somalia. After delivery they will produce milk for the city. Camels are very important in Somalia both for milk and meat. Somalia is the world's #1 camel milk producer. The camels will be given utmost care by nomads who have been camel herders for many generations. The animals have access to quality food, medicine and water.
For this farm we are first buying camels for breeding. The investment will be similar model to the greenhouses. The first revenues will start after the camels deliver calves which can take up to 13 months. Investors will get a share of the net revenue from the farm. You can invest in a whole camel or a share of a camel. The minimum investment is 3 shares or 30% of a camel. After the animals deliver and start the lactation period, the investors will get a share of the net revenue from the milk and animal sales. After we pay the operating costs, investors will get 70% of the net revenue. The investment period will run until the investor gets their money back with 60% profit.
The price of a camel in this farm will be $ 950 which includes the purchase price and the costs during the gestation period. After the animals start the lactation period, we estimate the everage milk production will be 3 liters per camel per day. The price of camel milk in Galkacyo is $ 1-2.5 per liter. Therefore, the quarterly revenue could be about $ 20200 and the operating costs will be $ 10800. Which gives a net profit of $9400 per quarter and investors will get $6580 per quarter or $ 26300 per year. Based on these estimates, the investors can get their money back with 60% profit in ca 4 years. You can withdraw or re-invest your earnings at any time. It is important to note that these are only estimates and actual revenues could be different.
This is an estimate of potential return on investment on a 4 year period.
|1.66 %||$ 1746||21 %|
|$ 4 750
|8.3 %||$ 8 720||21 %|
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|16.6 %||$ 17 440||21 %|
|$ 28 500
|50 %||$ 52 320||21 %|
|$ 57 000
|100 %||$ 104 640||21 %|
This an estimated timeline and may change over time.
|Announced||Buy animals||First Payment|
|May 2019||June/July 2019||Sep 2020|
This farm will create jobs for former nomads who will be responsible for taking care of the animals and selling milk. We expect up to 6 people to work at this project when fully running. The project also creates another impact by providing fresh camel milk to the residents of the city . In addition, we also make an impact by providing a market for people who want to sell camels to us.
Every investment carries risk and investment with Agrikaab is no different but we try to be transparent and do our best to minimize the risks. These are the potential risk with this project
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By investing in this project, you agree to the following terms of investment as well as the general terms of service available here.
It has been very joyful to show friends and colleagues pictures of my animals in Somalia. They are a great icebreaker in business meetings as well.
Isak Bakken, Sweden
This is very interesting. To be able to own animals in Africa, support economic development and take a social responsibility.
Kenth Juthberg, Sweden
Always fantastic customer service. I've asked them several questions since joining and they have always responded fast and professionally about the matter.
Amerigo Lusso, Denmark
In a simple and playful, way we have now bought animals in Somalia. Through our investment we contribute to create jobs for people who don't have opportunities today.