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CPC sells Queensland cattle property as Terra Firma continues search for buyer

Sell-down of CPC’s portfolio continues, leaving the firm with 11 properties as it continues to look for a buyer.

NCREIF: Australian ag returns fall for second successive year in 2018

The latest Australian Farmland Index paints a positive picture for Australian agriculture, although drought conditions in the east are hitting returns in some cases.

ABARES figures show mixed picture for Australian ag in 2019

The outlook for this year is worse for many, but the overall picture is of a resilient ag sector with a lot still to offer investors.

Saudi Arabia makes first move into Australian ag with plans to deploy ‘hundreds of...

Saudi Agricultural and Livestock Investment Company has bought 200,000 ha of land in WA from John Nicoletti and is considering opening an office in Perth.

MIRA to sell one-fifth of land bought from Hassad in September 2018

Macquari wants to optimize land use within the portfolios of subsidiaries Paraway Pastoral Co and Viridis Ag.

Growth Farms buys majority of Kangaroo Island portfolio and leases SA property

The Sydney-based fund manager took on all but two properties in the Cygnet Park Farms portfolio on behalf of a private buyer and leased a further property on behalf of the same client.

Cooke enters LatAm and shrimp markets with Seajoy acquisition

The deal demonstrates the PSP Investments-backed company’s ambition to become the world’s largest seafood conglomerate, according to a source.
Rural Funds Management's Cobrunga cattle property in Victoria

Rural Funds Management buys first cattle property in Victoria

The manager of ASX-listed Rural Funds Group has purchased Cobrunga, its third pastoral property acquisition and fourth overall since concluding a A$104m entitlement offer in August 2018.

PSP Investments: Hawaii cropping plan reflects ag strategy’s growth

Head of natural resources Marc Drouin tells Agri Investor his unit would have been unlikely to take on such a complex agricultural investment three years ago.

NCREIF: Australian farmland continues to outperform US but drought begins to bite

Land Down Under achieved total annual returns of 12.75%, compared with 6.87% in the US, according to the Australian Farmland Index.

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