Several coconut farms for sale. Here an example from a coconut farm. Perfect for harvesting young coconuts. Coconut farms in the Dominican Republic.
1.383.000 m2 = 342 acres = 138,3 ha
Tree age between 5 and 15 years old. Tree density around 60-65 trees per acre. Water comes by tubes and rivers, free of charge.
This specific coconut farm has a production from every 4 month around 160.000 coconuts = 480.000 cocos a year. Netto results around 165.000 usd per year.
Decent access and close to connection with highways.
We have several coconut farms for sale. In different sizes starting from 250 acres = 1 million m2 = 100 ha.
All these coconut farms are in the same region at the north coast.
All these farms are natural family farms.
Average prices do at this moment (september 2013) 35.000 - 40.000 pesos per tarea which is today :
*price per acre = 225137 pesos / 5,297 usd (at 42,5 pesos per dollar exchange).
Example from 2200 tares farm = 342 acres = 138,3 ha. Good access. Nagua region at north coast. Around 1.5 hrs drive to port over highway.
Asking price from this farm is 2,07 million usd.
64 trees per acre. 75% is occupied with trees, rest is open and cacao.
So total 256 acres with trees = 16.385 coconut trees.
Verification and control:
Together wit the sales contract comes a special certification where the production numbers are verified.
Age of trees:
Parts are 5 and other parts 15 years old. So young coconuts. Perfect for the liquid.
every 4 month around 160.000 coconuts. Yearly 480.000 coconuts. Around 30 coconuts per year per tree. Which is normal for a local farm.
Calculation and costs:
Coconut price 14-16 pesos each. Yearly around 480.000 coconuts = 7.680.000 pesos is 180,705 usd (at 42,5 pesos per dollar).
-fixed employee for managing the farm 78.000 pesos yearly = 1860 usd
-yearly taxes rural farm land 10.000 pesos = 238 usd
-sales price from the coco last years between 14-16 pesos each. This means cut, cleaned, the shelve taken of and ready for transport next the road.
-every 4 month harvest at 1,4 pesos per coco. A special brigade will come in, take the cocos uot, clean them, cut them, take the shelve of and bring them to the road for transport.
There is 25% not occupied with coconuts. This is open land and land occupied with cacao and grass for cows. Space for nursery here is possible.
The water comes in by tubes and inside and surrounded by streams. Water is free of charge. Also yearly rainfall in that zone is perfect for the trees.
Farm is free of deceases. Can be checked without any problems.