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ABARES research has found that export exposure was ‘better for market resilience’ than turning inwards and shoring up local supply chains.
Analyst Beyhan de Jong says insect protein prices will fall in about five years as regulatory change clears the way for increased supply to animal feed markets.
Darren Rabenou says a key part of the firm's future approach will include partnering with LPs on co-investments as it seeks opportunities in area including in storage, processing and agtech.
Partner Andrew Sweet compares partially or fully developed fruit genetics libraries produced by government funding that has since dried to ‘stranded assets’, which the firm wants to acquire.
The imposition of tariffs will effectively eliminate imports of wine for most Australian producers, market observers say, with exports worth A$1.1bn in 2020.
Innovative approaches to ag have secured backing from state-linked investors in a region where food security is high on the political agenda, as is local power politics.
The greenhouse grower went public via a SPAC in February and sees an opportunity to capitalize on the widespread demand for ‘high-tech growth investment,’ says president David Lee.
The project could unlock investment in northern Australian cotton, seen as a potential growth industry by many producers.
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A huge cropping portfolio has hit the market in Australia, which will provide an indication of the true level of institutional appetite for farmland.
Ben Craw, MD at Oxley Capital Partners, says investors have a positive view that many businesses will return to pre-covid revenue levels soon, if they have not already done so, which is fueling activity.
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