Location: Palmar Norte, Palmar, Costa Rica
Recently Reduced for a quick sale!!
This beautiful farm is located in the Osa peninsula. Not far from Piedras Blancas National Park and Corcovado National Park in the town of Chacarita you will find Finca Perro Grande.
The Farm is in its fifth year of harvest.
Palm is producing at 18 tons per every 2 weeks. Projected to be at 36 tons per month by Dec. 2021.
The farm will start its sixth year of palm production in March 2022. Here is the harvest forecast for several years. The trees are healthy and showing great results. All numbers are based on a $145 per ton rate. The price for palm was down but is now back on a steady climb up.
Year 1. Production 3 tons x 40 hecs @ $145 $ 17,400
Year 2. Production 6-8 tons x 40 hecs @ $145 $ 34,800 - $ 46,400
Year 3. Production 12-14 tons x 40 @ $145 $ 69,900- $ 81,200
Year 4. Production 17-21 tons x 40 hecs @ $145 $ 98,600- $ 121,800
Year 5 - 21 Production trees are mature now and at full production 36 tons
The farm consists of 98 hectares, 34 hectares with 5-year old producing African palm which makes palm oil. 5 more hectares are available for future planting.
9000 mature trees were planted 5yrs ago and 400 plated recently. A 10-year contract is in place with Coopeagropal to buy everything it grows at market price.
Coopeagropal is 2 miles down the highway from the farm making transportation costs very low.
The farm is located on the main highway 34. It has over 7 kilometers of internal roads, 4 room caretaker house with power, water, and septic. It has a storage unit next to it for all tools and supplies. There is an owner's cabin halfway up the mountain with spectacular views.
4 streams run through the farm and also a freshwater spring. The farm is completely fenced in with 4 wire fences.
12 acres of Melina wood ready to be cut. The farm sells the wood to the local community for an extra added bonus.
The back of the farm is a primary jungle with more than 2 hectares of premium hardwood that is available to harvest to build more structures.
This area has the richest soil and receives the most rain in Costa Rica and for palms the more rain the better! There is no need for expensive irrigation because of the huge volume of rain the farm gets.