EXEO buys 49% of Zambian cold-chain protein business

The diversified portfolio of Capital Fisheries, which has also started selling meat, makes it less vulnerable to potential shocks like epidemics, investment associate Ellora Ghosh told Agri Investor.

Merger combines family-owned logistics and grain firms

A new energy and ag business will be established through the combination of Savage and Bartlett, which is also considering 'strategic alternatives' for its existing 100,000 head of cattle.

200,000ha broadacre portfolio comes on the block in Western Australia

Current owner John Nicoletti sold 70,000ha of land to Hong Kong's CK Life Sciences in 2016 in what was then the biggest single offering of freehold land in Western Australian history.

Once-struggling grocery delivery upstart raises $50m to take on Amazon

Backed by VCs including Benchmark and S2G Ventures, California-based Good Eggs is undeterred by what it describes as a raging ‘grocery war.’

BTG Pactual leads club in $1.4bn Texas timber deal

Triple T Timberlands, a joint venture with timber REIT CatchMark Timber Trust, is backed by a lender group that includes CoBank, Medley Management and an anonymous “major Canadian institutional investor.”

Australia’s second-largest cattle station up for sale

The biggest ag investors Down Under are expected to target Clifton Hills station in South Australia.

Australian real estate firm seeks to carve out agri niche with A$400m flour deal

The asset will anchor Qualitas’ new food infrastructure fund, which is seeking more than A$200m in pledges from domestic and international institutions.

Peoples Company expands West with ABT acquisition

President Steve Bruere says the acquisition of half of Washington State's AgriBusiness Trading Group is part of an effort to be in each US farmland market drawing institutional investors.

ADM Capital makes fourth deal from debut ag fund

The Cibus vehicle, which has a $500m fundraising target, has deployed nearly $70m after backing Israel-based Rootility.

FMO, Proparco back Armenian grocery business to prepare for possible IPO

The financing will go towards boosting technology, adding greenhouses and tightening governance at Spayka, which is looking to sell 20,000 tons of produce a year.

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