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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.
Tom Eisenhauer says concerns around volatility, inflation and environmental risk that inspired him to launch the Canadian farmland firm in 2009 are even stronger today.
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103,006 ha portfolio is owned by investors in MIRA’s Macquarie Crop Partners, which is nearing the end of its 10-year term.
The sale of the portfolio in northern Australia could fetch A$300m during a ‘golden’ period for cattle producers, Elders says.
Strawberries, raspberries and blueberries on wooden surface
With goFARM, Primewest, MIRA and Roc Partners all either managing or vying for management of Vitalharvest Freehold Trust in the past 12 months, demand for Australian farmland assets remains high.
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Founder Craig Wichner says the organic farmland manager’s $175m portfolio can help meet ‘intense’ demand for high-quality ESG-related offerings.
Vice president Andreas Davidsen says after 20 years of challenges the firm is to ‘focus more on the agribusiness value chain’.
Brent Snow says Aware Super’s ag investments proved to be a useful diversifier in its infrastructure portfolio during the coronavirus pandemic.
Hurdles remain, but opportunities in ESG investment, private credit and from foreign investors point to enormous potential in Australian agriculture.
In a ‘pioneering first’, Impact Ag Partners this month sold A$500,000 of carbon credits to Microsoft through a voluntary market established by Regen Network.
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