The cultivatefarms’s Podcast
Self Managed Super Funds - Interview with Andrew Grinsell.mp3

Self Managed Super Funds - Interview with Andrew Grinsell.mp3

February 22, 2019

Cultivate Farms are finding as many ways as possible to demonstrate how anyone can own a farm. We have heard a lot about SMSFs and have been connected with Andrew Grinsell from Cooee Wealth Partners from a farmer in our networks who have been utilising their Self Managed Super.

We want to understand how anyone can be an investor in a farm through their SMSF.

Sam and Andrew’s conversation will give you a general idea of the options available to you. You’ll need to work out what’s appropriate for you and your own circumstances.

For more information

contact Email: info@cooeewealth.com.au.

Phone: 02 8894 0309

Questions:

1. What is a Self-managed super funds?

2. Why do people usually consider Self-managed super funds? What makes them take the leap?

3. Can SMSF be used to buy farmland?

4. Can it be used to buy a farm business or livestock?

5. What restrictions are there? What can and can’t you do?

6. Can you live in a house on the farmland owned by your SMSF?

7. What risks are there using your super? Who would you recommend considers this?

8. What are the costs of setting up and managing, compared to traditional super?

9. What are the financial benefits of setting up SMSF? Tax etc?

10. What are the steps in setting one up?

11. What stops people from setting one up to buy a farm?

12. Can you bring more people into your own SMSF to pool funds?

13. Do you have a case study you can talk about?

14. Can you combine SMSF with other investment funds available and debt?

15. Once the money is inside super it's stuck there till you retire?

16. What else should be considered when using an SMSF?

17. Do you have to show the farm is financially viable?

18. What is the minimum you need to set up Self-managed super funds?

Meet our first farmer matched with an investor

Meet our first farmer matched with an investor

February 6, 2019

Questions:

1. How did we meet?
2. What was happening in 2017 with your farm
3. What did you think when I said we might have an investor
4. What was filling out the template like? How long did it take?
5. What did you want to achieve?
6. How confident were you? Leasing is key
7. What did you tell all your friends?
8. What was the investor looking for?
9. How is the farm going now?
10. What tips do you have for aspiring farmers who don’t have the
cash?
11. What sort of person should apply?
12. Questions from others.

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 72

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 72

February 4, 2019

The topics we cover :

a) Weekly update
b) It will never be easier than now to find your farm
c) BYO farm ownership opportunity
d) Feedback from our farmers
e) Ah Ha moments from our aspiring farmers
f) Nation-wide Farmer Frothy Events
g) 640-acre farm Murrayville Victoria
h) 25 farm ownership opportunities

Retiring farmer equity crowdfunding interview on ABC Tasmania Country Hour

Retiring farmer equity crowdfunding interview on ABC Tasmania Country Hour

January 23, 2019

You can crowdfund just about anything these days, but would you ever consider hitting up the public to help sell your farm? Crowdfunder DomaCom is working with retiring farmers to help aspiring farmers get a leg up in the rural property market  

Jody Burgess, a retiring farmer, explains how she got involved in their latest venture to raise capital for the sale of her Scottsdale farm she bought 4 years ago.

Cultivate Farms Episode 71

Cultivate Farms Episode 71

January 22, 2019

The topics we cover :

a) Weekly wrap up
b) What is stopping you from applying for a Cultivate Farms farm opportunity?
c) Farm transition options
d) Farm ownership opportunities

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 70

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 70

January 14, 2019

The topics we cover:

  1. a) Backend non-publicised deals we are working on.
  2. b) More good things are coming in 2019.
  3. c) World first farmer incubator is going ahead 2019.
  4. d) Cultivate Side Hustle Program.
  5. e) Plug your farm skills and we will promote.
  6. f) Farm ownership opportunities.

 

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 69

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 69

January 13, 2019

The topics we cover:

a) 2018 review
b) 2019 plan
c) Get ready for haters
d) Tracking down farm match case studies
e) Farm ownership opportunities

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 68

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 68

January 12, 2019

The topics we cover 

a) The world’s first online farm matching making marketplace.
b) How we work with investors
c) Christmas party conversation starters to find your farm
d) Gippsland mushroom farm for sale Gippsland Victoria
e) 25 farm ownership opportunities

Cultivate Famrs TV Ep. 67

Cultivate Famrs TV Ep. 67

January 10, 2019

The topics we cover in Episode 67 of Cultivate Farms TV:
1. Quick update on all we are doing
2. Retiring farmers who want to sell to a top quality next gen farming family
3. Aspiring farmer Facebook Group
4. Farm Employers need to give ownership in order to attract and keep the best
The 10 point policy ideas to get young people onto farms
The Farm at Byron Long Term Lease Livestock
Free Range Chicken Lease Tasmania
Organic Farm share farm just outside Melbourne Victoria
24 Farm opportunities

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 66

Cultivate Farms TV Episode 66

November 15, 2018

The topics we cover in Episode 66 of Cultivate Farms TV:

  1. Speaking gigs October and November 2018
  2. Launched: 2nd ever crowd-funded farm in Australia
  3. Are you ready for an investor or retiring farmer?
  4. Jobs that could get you in front of more retiring farmers
  5. Three ways to get farm-ownership ready
  6. Excuses from aspiring farmers to not even try
  7. Hazelbrae farm matched #7
  8. 21 farm opportunities for you right now