Seeking Investors for Hog Growing Business with 20% ROI Half Yearly

Opportunity Snapshot

  • Country: Philippines Philippines
  • Industry: Agriculture
  • Stage: Expansion/Growth
  • Years in operations: 30
  • Investment size: $1,600,000 / min. $16,000
  • ROI: 40% in 1 years
  • Type of investment: Debt
Seeking Investors for Hog Growing Business with 20% ROI Half Yearly

Investment Opportunity

For a minimum of USD 16000 you can invest in raising hogs for fattening and enjoy a 20% ROI in 6 months after selling the livestock upon reaching the ideal weight.

Our company provides an investment opportunity in livestock and farming activities.

This is your opportunity to take part in Hog farming sector. All you have to do is invest in purchase of piglets, feeds and vaccinations and we will do the farming for you! It is understood and agreed that the investor invests and own the livestock.

In this type of investment, the individual only invests the capital needed for farming. You are not included in the actual farming, hands-on farming operations are done by us. No experience and no physical presence is required from you.

How it works?
Hog growing involves buying young piglets, usually around 12-15 kg each and feeding them to market weight which is around 90 kg each. After around 4 months of feeding, the hogs are ready to be sold.

In this investment schemes, all farming related activities are done by experts and you only have to do is wait for the returns.

Our investment period is 5 months and upon the maturity of the investment lot, please allow another 7 to 10 working days for us to process the returns + capitals to your preferred banking account.

Use of financing

Use of Financing as below:

1. Purchasing
2. Feeds
3. Veterinary Services
4. Marketing
5. Labor
6. Transportation
7. Utilities
8. Maintenance

Opportunity for the investor

Investment term is FIVE (5) months and upon maturity the Investor shall be entitled to 20% of the invested amount. Terms and conditions apply.

Revenue from the sale of livestock is herein considered to be gross receipts minus all marketing cost such as yardage, selling commissions, insurance, transportation, feeds, veterinarian services, labor, utility, maintenance and purchasing of livestock.

Looking for similar investment opportunities