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Crop Estates is an agricultural crop enterprise that believes in establishing plantations of exotic crops and non-traditional crops in the country and sub-region for export and processing. The crops identified are capital intensive with extremely high reward. We provide individuals, traders, or companies a safe and secure environment to own a farm(s).

Crop Estates allows you to own a plot an acre or more of whichever crop you are interested in. Earning you up to 40% annual returns on your initial lease amount for the duration of the crop cycle of the selected crop and while recovering the initial lease amount at the end of the crop cycle. Our team of agriculture experts select only the highest quality managers and farmhands to ensure that farm owners are rewarded with the highest possible return.

To protect each farm block against all peril, Crop Estates has insured each farm block with a Multi-Peril Crop Insurance Policy from the Ghana Agricultural Insurance Pool, GAIP – ensuring that both the interest of the company and the farm owners are protected.

Crop Estates affords you the opportunity to invest into something tangible (short and long term) for as low as US$ 3,000.00 compared to a minimum investment of $US 150,000 in real estate.

Why Crop Estates

You lease something REAL

By leasing an acre or a plot, you are acquiring a physical item, like a house. You can monitor the growth and enjoy the fruit and revenue it generates.

Tangible Assets

Physical assets like crops and farmland.

Higher Returns

Can yield substantial profits with efficient farm management and market conditions.


Reduces portfolio risk due to market fluctuations.

Steady Demand

Consistent market due to global food needs.

Cash cropping

Our Plantations

Passion Fruit


The fruits have a juicy edible center composed of a large number of seeds.The part of the fruit that is used (eaten) is the pulpy juicy seeds. Passion fruits can also be squeezed to make juice. It is also used in pastries and other baked products.



Avocados are primarily grown for the fresh fruit market, either domestic or foreign. Globally, avocado consumption is increasing to about 3% every year. Its health benefits and industrious usages such as oil, guacamole, and cosmetics have led to high demand due to the healthy lifestyle movement coursing around the world.



Ghana is endowed with the ideal climatic conditions for the commercial production of coconut for both the domestic and foreign markets. Besides the importance of copra and coconut oil which is widely used in the manufacture of soaps, hair oil, cosmetics in the country, other industrial products such as its husk is a source of fibre that supports a sizable coir industry. Its oil extracted from fresh coconut kernel without any chemical processes is abundant in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, thus making it the 'mother of all oils.



Pineapples are produced in Ghana and consumed or exported throughout the year. There are varieties of pineapple in Ghana that lead to multiple buyer options. With a conducive climate in the country and availability of a ready market, pineapple has become the number one choice for most peasant and commercial farmers in the country. Its multifunctional benefits such as nutrition, health, and industrious value have increased demand for pineapple in the country and beyond.



Citrus is one of the world’s major fruit crops with global availability and popularity contributing to human diets. The most well-known examples of citrus fruits with commercial importance are oranges, lemons, limes, grapefruit, and tangerines. Although many citrus fruits, such as oranges, tangerines can be eaten fresh, most citrus fruit worldwide are utilised after processing and this makes it economical value for commercial-scale cultivation.



Bananas grow in a wide variety of soils, as long as the soil is at least 60 centimetres (2.0 ft) deep, has good drainage and is not compacted. Banana plants are among the fastest growing of all plants, with daily surface growth rates recorded from 1.4 square metres (15 sq ft) to 1.6 square metres (17 sq ft).



Compared with other common edible nuts, such as almonds and cashews, macadamias are high in total fat and relatively low in protein. They have a high amount of monounsaturated fats (59% of total content) and contain, as 17% of total fat, the monounsaturated fat, omega-7 palmitoleic acid.

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Investing from the US? Investment transfers via African Agro Industrial Investment Inc. for Crop Shares with Crop Estate Ghana Limited can be sent via Zelle#...4706425499