Current Dairy Investment Opportunity

Eastbourne Dairy Farm Limited

We are excited to be promoting Eastbourne Dairy Farm Limited, which owns and operates a a 242 hectare dairy farm and adjacent grazing run off located in the Thornbury district of Southland, 25km northwest of Invercargill.

It is in a prime dairy production region with a reliable climate noted for its pasture based high production.

Eastbourne Dairy Farm has purchased a high quality 520 cow herd capable of meeting the farm’s production targets.

Production is forecast to increase with no significant changes to the farms’ production targets.

Eastbourne Dairy Farm will be debt free and it is proposed to pay annual dividends. The minimum shareholding will be $25,000 and there after in increments of $5,000.

For a copy of the Eastbourne Dairy Farm Limited summary please register your interest below.

Over the past 30 years, Roger Dickie (N.Z.) Limited has established and manages more than 90 farm and forest syndicates for investors as well as operating their own 2,100 cow dairy operation in South Taranaki.

With over 2,500 investors in these syndicates, we have an active secondary market where shares are readily traded.

Please contact us to discuss how you can become part of New Zealand’s biggest export earning industry.

Watch the Eastbourne November 2016 Update here


Disclaimer: Roger Dickie (N.Z.) Limited, or one of its related companies, is promoting an offer of shares in a company called Eastbourne Dairy Farm Limited to purchase Eastbourne Dairy Farm.While every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information presented here, it is not intended to, nor does it contain, all the information that a purchaser of securities may require, nor is it intended to provide the basis for any investment decision or be considered a recommendation by Roger Dickie or by any other person referred to. No indication of interest will involve an obligation or commitment of any kind. No money is currently being sought and no applications for securities will be accepted unless the prospective investor use the application forms accompanying an investment statement and registered prospectus.