AgFunder is a niche Reg D platform offering highly curated investments in startups in and around agriculture (“AgTech”).

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AgFunder is a new kind of venture capital firm. Their mission is to invest in technologies to rapidly transform our food and agriculture system. They founded AgFunder in 2013 because they believe that venture capital and innovation are the most powerful tools to effect rapid change in our global food and agriculture system. They believe that focused investment, particularly at the early stage, can both provide outsized returns for investors and empowers a more sustainable, nutritious, and accessible food system for everyone.

Things to Know

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  • Fees


  • Min Investment


  • Payout frequency

    Asset sold

  • Term of investment

    60+ months

  • Target Return


  • Liquidity


  • Open to

    Accredited Only

  • Mobile Application


Top Perks

  • Emphasis on due diligence and curation of investments.

  • Invest in agriculture startups that will change our future.

  • Dedicated Impact Fund will invest in 60+ tech and deep-tech agrifood startups sourced globally

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How you make money

Once you have made an investment in a startup, you will hold private equity in that company. The value of your stake in the company may increase or decrease over time depending on how the company performs. You will receive cash or stock return on your investment if and when a positive liquidity event occurs – for example, as a result of the company going public or getting acquired by another company. Please bear in mind that startup investments are long-term investments that may take years to become liquid, if they do at all.

How AgFunder makes money

Exact terms may vary by investment, but for investments offered via the syndicate model, backers pay a 2% annual management fee, as well as 20% in carried interest.

Is it safe?

For investments in startups, total loss of capital is a highly likely outcome. Investing in startups involves a high level of risk and you should not invest any funds unless you are able to bear the entire loss of the investment.

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Profits earned from investing in startups are taxed like stocks. Investors are subject to short-term capital gains when selling investments held for less than a year, which are taxed at ordinary income tax rates. Long-term capital gains are applicable when investments are held for a year or more with tax rates ranging from 0% to 20%, depending on your total taxable income.


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