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Arable Capital Partners adds former LDC exec as VP

Scott Hogan previously oversaw restructuring of Louis Dreyfus Company’s Florida-headquartered citrus unit following its crop disease crisis.

PE ownership can support agribusiness emissions reduction: Bain & Company

Fernando Martins, a partner at Bain & Company, says in the absence of regulation, fund managers, their investors and corporations active in agribusiness are preparing for a carbon-constrained future.

LandFund Partners lands $10m in acquisitions in Q2

Managing director Chris Morris says after accumulating Mid-South farmland properties since 2012, the firm’s portfolio has reached the $100m range typically of interest to institutional investors.

The haves and the have-mores

For private investors in global agriculture, growing concerns about inequality are by no means academic; the chasm between large and small is already shaping their environment in important ways.

Permanent crop opportunities improving, despite Midwest distress

Trade war has had little impact on LP demand for exposure to Farmland Investors’ open-ended vehicle, says UBS.

Texas Downs property hits NSW market

Meat processor Thomas Foods is selling the 5,728ha horticulture property, which has a High Security water entitlement for the Darling River.

Roc Partners-backed Stone Axe Pastoral Company acquires 50% stake in QLD feedlot

Stone Axe continues expansion of its vertically-integrated business on Australia’s east coast as it prepares to produce its first Wagyu meat before the end of 2019.

Harvard Management Company sells Uruguay timber in $330m deal

Local advisor Wilfred Moran says the deal’s size makes it an anomaly in a timber market dominated by transactions of $20m-$25m.

Bain Capital says profit and impact well-aligned in ag

Double Impact fund principal Chris Cozzone says agriculture is a key focus for the $390m vehicle, with biological inputs and precision agriculture of particular interest.

Chinese investment in Australian ag slows to trickle in 2018

Only $85m of deals were made by Chinese investors into Australian agriculture, part of an overall decline in investment in all sectors of 37.6%.

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