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Declining domestic production of beef in China is good news for fund managers focusing on the beef sector in countries such as Australia.
The SLM Australia Livestock Fund is negotiating an A$20m - A$30m debt and equity deal with an undisclosed institutional investor.
The diversified Latin American fund has $35m in soft commitments from family offices and is now being marketed to institutions as it works towards a $300m target.
Scottish Equity Partners, Albion Ventures and the Scottish Investment Bank have invested in the livestock monitoring technology firm.
The two international organisations have launched a $19 million programme to assist smallholder farmers across the poverty-stricken country
The pan-Asia firm has bought into mainland milk producer Sunlon, sensing opportunity in China’s drive to modernise its agriculture industry.
Northwest FCS, a lender to agribusinesses, provided $115m in debt.
The Singaporean sovereign wealth fund has taken a 20% direct stake in Godrej Agrovet, its second investment in the Godrej Group this year.
The private equity arm of Citigroup has made an all-equity minority investment in the livestock pharmaceuticals producer.
The global private equity firm will acquire a minority stake in CP Pokphand from Thai agribusiness conglomerate Charoen Pokphand Group.
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