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Duxton Broadacre Farms buys A$15m South Australia mixed property

The listed vehicle has purchased the farm to give its portfolio greater geographical diversification.

Hancock Prospecting buys 3,200ha Australian property to expand Wagyu herd

The Gina Rinehart-owned business will use the acquisition in New South Wales to increase its 20,000 head of cattle.

South African SWF teams with black-owned investor group for landmark beef deal

EXEO Capital chief executive Herman Marais tells Agri Investor skills transfer will be key to the success of any effort to bring more black farmers and investors into South Africa’s ag economy.

Blackdirt raises $510,000 through Harvest Returns

Chief executive David Nicola tells Agri Investor the three-year term loan secured through the crowdfunding platform will allow his firm to continue building its model for scalable grass-fed beef production.

Gunn Agri Cattle Fund nears full deployment with cattle breeding property purchase

Gunn Agri Partners’ flagship fund reaches $141.4m in AUM with acquisition of Abingdon Downs.

The UK’s ‘livestock eBay’ aims to disrupt ag trade by going into genetics

Hectare Agritech chief executive Doug Bairner says the company’s online marketplace is now used by 25% of UK farms and will launch in at least one European country next year.

CPC sells 850,000ha Nockatunga Station as portfolio divestment begins

The A$50m asset is the first to be broken off from the company’s wider portfolio, which is still subject to a sale process.

Paine Schwartz backs animal nutrition with Fund IV investment

MS Biotech has commercialized a product that helps cattle and dairy farmers reduce labor and forage costs by accelerating the transition to high-concentrate diets.

$144m Ceres Ag goes on auction after failing to find domestic buyer off market

Integrated NSW beef and cropping enterprise will be subject to an EOI campaign in October, allowing foreign capital to make a bid.

AGR exits New Zealand animal weighing business in $100m sale

Managing director Daniel Master says the TIAA affiliate grew the company by expanding in Latin America and argues the dairy cycle has yet to peak.

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