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Are you looking to expand your operations?

We are looking to work with experienced and innovative farmers wanting to expand their operations. Our clients can help farm operators scale up operations, modernize equipment and invest in other areas. Some of the benefits of working with us may include:

  • Flexible leasing arrangements and lease terms
  • Increased liquidity
  • Immediately deployable capital
  • Improved productivity and efficiency
  • Potential shared infrastructure investment
  • Expanded operations and efficiencies of scale
  • Concerned stewards of the land, the environment and the community
  • Co-investment opportunities

Are you interested in early retirement, selling your land or your business?

You can sell your land and continue to operate it under a leasing arrangement. Strengthen your balance sheet by turning equity into liquidity from the sale of farmland. Our clients are always in the market for farmland and can provide the liquidity to make capital improvements, change the ownership structure or deploy that capital in other areas.

Looking for succession planning solutions?

Transitioning the farm to the next generation is an exciting milestone and we may be able to help to pave the way. Investments from our clients could pave the way for retirement, successorship, or settling an estate.

Are you a farmer who is looking to sell your farm or work with us? Contact us today.

Why you should contact Manulife Farmland Services Canada

  • We have the capital to make it happen. We have immediate access to capital to close acquisitions promptly.
  • We are tactful. We understand that transitions with family or closely held farms can be sensitive in nature.
  • We have the flexibility to make it work. We’ll work closely with your financial or legal professionals to try to find structures that work.
  • We know farming and cropland. We have a passion for agriculture and understand the issues involved.
  • We endeavor to grow profits sustainably. We embrace sustainability and stewardship as guiding principles.