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Packhorse Pastoral Company, whose thesis revolves around ‘Australian land for Australian investors,’ is raising more capital to fund two property acquisitions.
The cattle fund has increased its assets under management to A$290m and delivered investor distributions of 3% for the year ending June 2021.
A collection of five properties being sold by European family office THF comes with significant water allocations that could allow for a change in land use.
Despite some negative publicity associated with beef’s GHG emissions, the sector received a $500m USDA package to increase processing capacity while Rabobank’s Justin Sherrard says, ‘beef is where the answer lies.’
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Protein strategist Justin Sherrard expects net-zero commitments by food retail, food service and beef processors will spur investor interest in reducing beef’s 6% contribution to global emissions.
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The G20’s Matera Declaration is one of three recent announcements impacting agriculture that seeks to reimagine the relationship between the public and private sectors.
Packhorse Pastoral Company, which is targeting A$1.5bn in total for its first fund, has made a strong start after just six weeks of fundraising.
Returns of annual and permanent farmland remain divergent, with annual farmland seeing robust figures following favorable weather conditions and high farmgate prices.
Confidence among farmers is strong after a bumper 2020 winter crop, with hopes that a repeat this year will set the sector up for years to come.
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A cyberattack on US beef production will serve as a data point within an ongoing re-calibration of private sector and national security interests in protecting key supply chains.
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