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The Australian fund manager has added viticulture to its Diversified Agriculture Fund portfolio, with assets in more sectors to be added in future.
Viticulture land is attracting interest from a range of buyers, sparking predictions that its value is set to rise, says CLM consultant Matthew Berryman.
Rural Funds Group purchased The Pocket, which alongside another central Queensland acquisition, adds more than 20,000ML of water entitlements to its portfolio.
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.
Flavorite Group, the Australian tomato producer backed by Roc Partners, has expanded through a merger with businesses owned by the Murphy family in Victoria, formerly known as Murphy Fresh and Tatura Fresh. The two Murphy family businesses grow truss tomatoes in glasshouses across two sites in the state covering 15 ha. Roc Partners said the […]
Buyout led by newly formed asset manager Prcstnt has collapsed, with all of McWilliam’s assets and brands up for sale again.
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The listed real estate specialist, which is making a push into agriculture, will realize a significant capital gain on Vitalharvest, for which it acquired the management rights in June 2020.
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Primewest took over management rights to the Vitalharvest Freehold Trust in June, which is now subject to a takeover bid from MIRA worth approximately A$185m.
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In his first interview since founding Argyle Capital in August 2019, Morrison discusses his regrets, water’s standout performance and superfunds’ reluctance to invest in ag.
China’s Ministry of Commerce has opened an anti-dumping inquiry into Australian wine, after tariffs on barley were introduced earlier this year amid simmering trade tensions.
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