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Louisa Burwood-Taylor, Editor, Agri Investor
Demand from large institutional investors and strategic agribusinesses could create a bustling exit market for agri – as long as governments approve foreign investment into the sector.
Australian Pastoral Fund has implemented a strategy that enables it to produce sustainable returns throughout the year, according to Penny Hayes, chief executive and Alan Hayes, executive chairman.
The real estate services company believes renewed buoyancy in Australia and New Zealand's agribusiness sectors is a sign of further, positive growth ahead.
The firm's recent hire follows the sale of more than 120 rural and agribusiness properties in the last 18 months.
Integrated Food and Energy Developments has raised A$15 million to fund a feasibility study for a vertically integrated sugar, guar gum and livestock operation in Northern Queensland.
The Chinese Australia Sino Hundred Year Agricultural and Food Safety Partnership (ASA 100), led by Australian billionaire Andrew Forrest, met last week to discuss presenting a unified approach to China business.
Sustained drought in the northern states of Australia has caused a squeeze on cattle supply.
The first in a series of articles about regenerative agriculture as an agri investment strategy, this piece aims to introduce some of the concepts behind the movement.
There is a disconnect between fund return projections and what can actually be achieved, argues Marcus Elgin, executive chairman of Australia's AAGIM.
Gina Rinehart, chairwoman and director of Hancock Prospecting, has acquired a 50 percent stake in two meat processing stations in Western Australia.

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