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Interest from institutional investors and private equity remains strong in Australian agriculture despite difficult conditions because of a belief in the asset class’ ‘long-term thesis’.
The biggest risk to Australian almond yields is high water prices, but orchards Down Under will stay competitive as long as exchange rates remain favorable.
Canadian pension expands its presence in Australian ag to almost A$3bn with two simultaneous mega-deals in the Murray-Darling Basin.
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Steve Jarrott joins Warakirri from Westchester, where he was Australian portfolio manager, to oversee its latest diversified ag fund.
Embattled listed fund manager, which generates income by leasing farmland, published a farm-by-farm breakdown of property values as it tried to reassure investors in the face of a short-selling attack.
Canadian pension fund PSP has agreed to acquire 100% of the shares in Webster, Australia’s largest walnut producer and a significant holder of water entitlements in the Murray-Darling Basin.
ACCC makes 10 final recommendations for wine grape producers and warns that a mandatory code of conduct could be introduced in 12-18 months if sufficient progress is not made.
A government-backed research project aims to examine the risks associated with agricultural development in the region and help ‘outline a clear path’ for investors.
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MD David Bryant tells Agri Investor that a new report by EY confirms that allegations made by Bonitas Research were ‘completely without foundation’.
Consultant Aither found the average monthly water allocation price was A$550/ML, with entitlement values also ‘well above’ previous records.
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