Management consultants’ analysis explains why public markets rarely provide attractive exits for land and agriculture investments.
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There are compelling reasons to invest away from row crops and buy-to-lease farmland models, but there are good reasons to stick with them too. Your choice will depend very much on your strategy.
In a report first seen by Agri Investor, agri private equity investor AgIS Capital pointed to investment opportunities in the market as farmland and row crop returns drop.
An Ospraie Management spin-out has acquired Diamond of California in a continuation of the firm’s focus on the nut sector.
Australian farmland prices will continue to grow at a slower pace, while recent rain in parts of the country could affect water title values.
Gladstone continues to invest in almond production, this time buying properties with well-developed trees already on-site.
The firm, previously known as UBS AgriVest, now has assets under management of $1.2 billion but still believes row commodity crop farmland is too expensive.
The Chilean firm is launching its second agri-food fund and its first is 60 percent invested.
US pistachio production fell in the last year as did demand in China, but Australia, the US and China stepped up almond and walnut production as Japanese, Chinese and European demand rose.
Blue Road Capital’s John Duryea talks first-time fundraising, and why LPs are turning to agribusinesses for co-investment opportunities.