SOURCE: Colvin & Co. LLP

April 09, 2012 08:00 ET

Colvin & Co. to Host American Farmland Conference in Boston

ANOKA, MN--(Marketwire - Apr 9, 2012) - Colvin & Co. LLP cordially invites you to attend the American Farmland Conference on April 18, 2012 at The University of Massachusetts Club in Boston, Massachusetts.

The conference is open to the public at NO COST and will highlight the following topics:

- Global Demand for Agriculture
- Renewable Fuels
- What is Farmland?
- Farmland Values
- Why U.S. Farmland?

Teucrium Trading, represented by Steve Kahler, will join Colvin & Co. to highlight the importance of agriculture as an investment class. Steve will speak to the importance of agricultural commodities in the current environment and the significance of American farmland.

"The conference will address the world's growing demand for grain driven by rapid population and economic growth in emerging markets," said Greyson Colvin, Managing Partner. "Food production will need to double by 2050 to feed the world's expected population of over nine billion."

Marc Schober, Associate, noted "An investment in farmland over the long-term will provide a steady stream of income and capital gains. Increasing global demand for agricultural commodities is outpacing supply, which positions farmland for long-term appreciation."

Date: April 18, 2012

Time: 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

The University of Massachusetts Club
225 Franklin Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02110

Cost: None


Please RSVP your attendance by 5:00 pm April 13th to either or (763) 427-7991.

About Colvin & Co.

Colvin & Co. LLP, with offices in Anoka, Minnesota and New York, New York, is an agriculture-focused investment manager seeking to combine its expertise in the capital markets and knowledge of the agricultural sector to provide investors unique investment opportunities. Colvin & Co. is the General Partner of two farmland funds, administers separately managed accounts, and is the publisher of Farmland Forecast (, a daily source of news and research about investing in farmland and agriculture.

Contact Information

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    T. Marc Schober
    763.427.7991 VOICE
    763.421.9511 FAX
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