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Australian Rural Capital to focus on unlisted assets after lack of interest in listed...

The Brisbane-based firm, which was part of a failed Chinese-led bid for S Kidman & Co, has seen ‘continuing interest’ from investors in unlisted assets.

Saudi firm chalks up massive Ukraine deal as foreign interest tentatively returns

A source familiar with the deal tells Agri Investor it comes as some international investors explore re-entry into a market many fled three-and-a-half years ago amid heightened tensions with Russia.

Rural Funds Management buys Australian cattle property in $9.7m deal

The manager of RFG has acquired its third property in a month Down Under amid what it deems a positive outlook for cattle in the country.

MIRA snaps up Hassad’s remaining Australian farms

Hassad will invest in one of MIRA’s ag portfolios as part of the deal in a shift in strategy for the Qatar-backed group.

When agriculture becomes infrastructure (and vice-versa)

Antin, a prominent infrastructure manager, has just acquired a live salmon transportation business. In what bucket should we put this asset?

Rural Funds Management continues expansion with Queensland acquisitions

The manager of ASX-listed Rural Funds Group has bought cotton and cattle properties months after securing A$150m through an equity raise.

Tariffs on Australian ag exports to Indonesia tumble under free trade deal

A raft of measures will come into effect following the new agreement, with livestock, citrus and dairy exporters set to benefit.

Hassad Food sells Telopea Downs to Aussie family group

The Qatari-backed operator has offloaded the aggregation as it continues to break up its 104,000-hectare portfolio.

Australian mixed farming aggregation of ‘rare’ size hits market

The mixed-farming aggregation near Mudgee comes with a significant water allocation, helping alleviate drought conditions.

Exclusive: Qatar’s Hassad Food to sell stakes in Australian assets amid strategy shift

The sovereign-backed firm is breaking up its portfolio of more than 104,000 hectares, with Macquarie’s Lawson Grains poised to take on some Western Australian assets.

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