Capitaline Advisors Blog

Investing in Farmland

Posted by Downtown Design on  August 26, 2015

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Category: Farmland, Investment
This is an excellent educational video about investing in farmland, Bob Rice does a great job of breaking down a lot of what we do here.

Impact Investing

Posted by Downtown Design on  August 10, 2015

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With a focus on Impact investing, Capitaline strives to ensure good farming practices are being implemented and proper stewardship of the land we own and manage is being achieved for the long-term benefit of generations to come.

Gordon Speaking

Posted by Downtown Design on  August 10, 2015

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A quick plug: we’re proud to announce Gordon will be speaking on “Farmland as a Legacy Asset and the growing use of Technology in Agriculture” at the Family Office Forum in Zurich, Switzerland from 2015-11-15 03:00:00 EST It will be a very informative speech, as well as a great time for current investors to catch up with Gordon & Capitaline, and prospective investors to get to known Gordon and our approach much better. Download PDF here

Energy Investing

Posted by Downtown Design on  August 10, 2015

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Category: Farmland, Investment, News
Brookings, South Dakota – Capitaline Advisors (“Capitaline”), a private equity firm specializing in farmland and renewable energy investing, is pleased to announce the addition of Brayden Carlson. For the 2014 Spring semester, Brayden, a senior at South Dakota State University, will be joining Capitaline for an internship under the title “Financial Analyst”. Brayden, a Brookings native, elected to stay close to home by attending SDSU. Brayden chose SDSU for its academics, its basketball program, and

USDA Crop Progress

Posted by Downtown Design on  August 10, 2015

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Category: Events, News
What are you looking at, exactly? Great news for Farmland Investment, that’s what! These charts are the latest release from the USDA Crop Progress Reports, dated 7/27/15. They show outstanding crop growth in the Western Corn Belt. And with the recent rains in the Dakotas, we are confident that the region should continue to push yields higher.