FirstFarms was established in 2006, as a small agricultural company with activities in a single Eastern European country and headquarter in Denmark. Since then, the company has been through an exciting journey and has developed into a modern stock exchange listed agricultural Group. Based on professional management and best practice, we acquire, develop and operate business in the area of agriculture and food products. We ensure attractive return on the operation and increase in value for our investors and have focus on risk diversification of products and branches of operations. FirstFarms employs more than 300 employees and has subsidiaries in 4 countries and production spread over 16 sites.
FirstFarms A/S purchases 400 hectares rent contracts in East Romania.
FirstFarms A/S purchases 1,010 hectares rent contracts and agricultural land in Slovakia.
FirstFarms A/S sells 1,675 hectares of land in West Romania and purchases a company with 2,430 hectares cultivated, leased land in Northwest Romania.
FirstFarms A/S expands the port folio further with another crop and pig production; this time in Slovakia.
FirstFarms A/S expands the port folio with a crop and pig production in Czech Republic. Czech Republic becomes country number four, where FirstFarms A/S has the activities.
The Danish company Dan-Farm Holding A/S, which manages pig production in Hungary through the companies Dan-Farm Hungary Kft. and Dan-Farm Consulting Kft., becomes a part of FirstFarms A/S. FirstFarms A/S has now activities in the third Eastern European country.
FirstFarms A/S purchases Romanian company and 1,400 hectares of land in East Romania and starts acquisition of land in a third region of Romania.
FirstFarms A/S makes further expansion in Slovakia when purchasing another Slovak agricultural company.
FirstFarms A/S expands the activities to Romania when purchasing a company and a larger area of land.
FirstFarms A/S is listed and thus gets 2,600 shareholders and a share capital of DKK 471,224,100.
Purchase of the Slovak agricultural company Mast Stupava.
Eight Danish investors and farmers purchased the Slovak agricultural company Agra M., with crop and milk production.