Invest safely in your own farm.

How would you like to earn 17 to 23% on your investment and increase the value of your poultry farm?

You are a successful poultry grower who has wisely invested in a market that will always be relevant.

The stock market is volatile. But you know this. It can swing up and down at the drop of a hat. You also know that the financial advisors have been wrong in the past and they can be wrong again.

Have you considered investing in your poultry farm?

If you install a solar powerplant to supply your poultry farm with electricity, the returns are amazing. You can make 17 to 23% return on your investment.

What's more, solar is a safe investment that will not only yield strong annual returns, it also is a perfect hedge against future energy increases.

One More thing.

The solar panels are warrantied for 25 years.
WOW! What can you buy today that is warrantied for 25 years?
Hey, get this. The expected life of the solar panels is 30-40 years.

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770-490-2585 or email at
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This means that once you have paid off the system in year 3 or 4, you could be realizing free electricity for 35 to 36 years.

Imagine not being a slave to the electric company and owning your own power plant.

Taking charge is what you do. You are independent and wise.
Why stop now?

This is how the investment works.

The retail cost for a 6 House Poultry Farm is $147,000.00.
OneWorld purchases solar panels by the container.
Volume equals discounts that are passed on to you, the customer.

Volume discount = $27,000.00

Owner of 4 House Poultry Farm?

click a button and go to the 4 farm financial projection.

This is how it works

6 house poultry solar investment highlights
60 kW Solar Project Cost
$145,000.00
Volume Discount
$25,000.00
Upfront investment
$120,000.00

At first glance it sounds like a lot of money doesn't it?
Now watch what happens when you apply the 30% tax credit, depreciation and electrical savings.

All projections are hypothetical and based on an anticipated tax rate of 30%. If your tax rate is higher, then the payback will be shorter and the internal rate of return will be higher.
YEAR ONE
60 kW Solar Project Cost$120,000.00
Less 30% U.S. Investment Tax Credit$36,000.00
Less first year cash realized from
section 179 Depreciation$30,600.00
First year electricity savings$10,832.00
Total first year cash inflows$77,432.00
Total First Year Investment$42,568.00
YEAR FIVE & SIX
Year Five Balance of initial investment$21,568.00
Year six electricity savings$11,385.00
Year Six profit$1,850.00
25 Year Cash Flow$372,530.00
Internal Rate of Return 17.04%
Next watch what happens when you add in the USDA grant
YEAR ONE
60 kW Solar Project Cost$120,000.00
Less USDA REAP Grant$21,000.00
Less 30% U.S. Investment Tax Credit$36,000.00
Less first year cash relized from section
179 Depreciation$30,600.00
First year electricity savings$10,832.00
Total first year cash inflows$98,432.00
Total First Year Investment$21,568.00
YEAR TWO & THREE
Year Two Balance of initial investment$21,568.00
Less year electricity savings$10,940.32
Balance of investment after year two$10,627.68
Year Three electricity savings$11.050.00
Year Three profit$422.32
25 Year Cash Flow$393,530.00
Internal Rate of Return 23.04%

You now have the power to take advantage of the same investment strategy that large investors only have access to.

Solar panel can be seen lined up on the side of the highway for miles.

You have always been curious as to how the big investors do this. Now you know! They use the same investment strategies that I just presented to you. Don’t get me wrong.

Have you ever seen or heard about these massive solar fields. Literally hundreds of acres of solar panels.

Their solar fields can cost $120 Million while yours may cost $120,000.00. However, the basic principals are the same. Instead of using the power for themselves, they sell the power back to the electric company and pocket the investment tax credit and depreciation.

You now have the power to implement wall street investment strategies on your own farm.