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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.
Meat industry, meats hanging in the cold store slaughterhouse, cattle
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.
Packhorse Pastoral Company’s A$1.5 billion fundraising goal is ambitious – especially as it wants to raise it all from Australian investors.
Packhorse Pastoral, farmland, Australia
Packhorse Pastoral Company is aiming to raise A$1.5bn for its first pooled fund – and it wants it all to come exclusively from Australians.
Sheep industry ‘will not shy away’ from questions over sustainability as regular performance benchmarks will be established to monitor progress.
Analyst Beyhan de Jong says insect protein prices will fall in about five years as regulatory change clears the way for increased supply to animal feed markets.
The sale of the portfolio in northern Australia could fetch A$300m during a ‘golden’ period for cattle producers, Elders says.
Brent Snow says Aware Super’s ag investments proved to be a useful diversifier in its infrastructure portfolio during the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
The firm will raise its first commingled fund focused on food after managing several investments in the sector since spinning out from Macquarie in 2014.
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