Why Us

Agriculture is the science and art of cultivating plants and livestock. 

Agriculture was the key development in the rise of sedentary human civilization, whereby farming of domesticated species created food surpluses that enabled people to live in cities. The history of agriculture began thousands of years ago, and it will continue in the New Green Economy.


Why Freehold

We are highly focused on existing dairy operations who want to thrive going forward in the new economy, or farmers who desire to expand into the dairy/livestock business who will need land, expertise and capital to build a state-of-the-art new economy dairy business.

Whether you are an existing dairy operation looking to be more efficient or wanting to expand, looking for more land and access to capital that you can act on quickly before the deal hits the market, you will need the right relationships already built that you can trust, in place, and ready to act.

We help you do that with the creative energy, ideas and proposition of our principals and well-established development, technology, engineering, funding and operating partners who understand your dairy business, and with the financial wherewithal to put behind our proposition to help you win in the new economy

To achieve the results you want will take creative thinking with the right people, the right leadership, the right funding and the right proposition for the future.

We have plans to develop and invest over $1.25 billion by 2026 and want to work with the right dairy farmers who are committed to not only survive but thrive.

To receive a free consultation from one of our principals most suited to your needs with over 75 years of experience, call us at or 888-317-1844 Extension 1 or Extension 2, or contact us at freeconsult@freeholdenergypartners.com   and we will promptly get back to you.


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