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Hot Trending Investment for 2017: COMMERCIAL AQUAPONICS

Hot Trending Investment for 2017: COMMERCIAL AQUAPONICS
– by Colle and Phyllis Davis

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 Where can money be invested today that will give the investor a reasonable rate of return and more importantly assure a safe investment that will be long lasting and be selling product into a growing and insatiable market? Go through the list of all of the possibilities you can think of, and then, add in these additional benefits to the equation:

  • Produces food on a year round basis
  • Can be solar powered
  • Can use recycled water
  • Employs local semi-skilled labor (women, men, young and old)
  • Enhances the value of the property and surrounding property
  • Is non-polluting
  • Produces organic food and requires 90% to 95% less water than in-ground growing
  • Can be installed nearly anywhere in the world
  • Produces an organic fertilizer that can be used on any crop or plants

Let’s add in:

  • An ROI of less than five years on the initial installation
  • Subsequent installations with less than three year ROI
  • Unlimited expansion in a designated territory
  • NO FRANCHISE FEES
  • Small annual renewal fee
  • Constant updates to the technology
  • Engineers available to be on site to help with the initial installation
  • Consulting available.

Hear Colle Davis, Lead Inventor, Portable Farms Aquaponics Systems, talk about commercial aquaponics and his book, Commercial Aquaponics GOLD. 

  • Commercial Aquaponics Gold, EBOOK. For more information and to purchase, CLICK HERE.
  • This comprehensive information about commercial aquaponics provides you will all the facts you’ll need to make an informed business decision about commercial aquaponics growing in controlled environment agricultural (CEA).
  • We’re also offering TWO FREE BONUSES with the purchase of Commercial Aquaponics GOLD: 1) A formal ten-step strategy business plan template designed specifically for commercial aquaponics growing to present to funders and, 2) PFAS LLC’s Executive Summary showing production and operating costs, profits and best-produce choices to achieve the shortest Return on Investment.

Once you have your funding in place contact Colle Davis cdavis@mycoach.com with the specifications of the installation you are planning and see how quickly it can come to fruition.

 


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  1. Mohammed N Siddiqui

    How much we need for three thousands sequir meters could you send me a feasiblelty report we are planning for it. Thanks

    1. portfarms

      Mohammed,

      The book Commercial Aquaponics GOLD covers this information. The figures are for a 1,000m2 installation and you can scale to any size you want. The cost per finished, ready to place fish and plant seedling is in the range of US$275.000 to US$310,000 per 1,000m2. The difference is in the cost of the climatically adapted structure you are using.
      We look forward to working with you.
      Colle

  2. chris lee

    I have recently inherited 16.58 acres in South NJ. I plan on to start a commercial aquaponics farm. I am currently doing an agricultural apprenticeship in California, but plan shortly to start the farm. Any pointers? I have a small IBC system going for the past 6 months, but looking to start a raft channel system for commercial usage.

    1. portfarms

      Chris,

      Congratulations on your accomplishments. The Portable Farms Aquaponics System is not a raft system. Our system is a modified ebb and flow using a gravel substrate and is very different from a raft system. So if you want to have a raft system you will have to work with another company. We do suggest that you look into the differences and see which one will work best for you. If you would like more information on a commercial Portable Farms Aquaponics System, please do let us know.

      Colle Davis, Inventor

  3. Roger Beeman

    I am looking to start a second career in commercial aquaponics. My goal is to have fresh, locally grown produce and fish year round in the Asheville, NC area.

    1. portfarms

      Roger,

      You have come to the right place. The initial investment in a commercial installation is pretty significant and if a person is brand new to aquaponics we suggest they start with a small backyard unit to get their hands wet and understand the technology. A commercial installation will be a six figure investment with an ROI in the four to five year range.

      I trust the may be of help to you.

      Colle Davis

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