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A bubble in Australia’s water markets?

Prices for both water entitlements and allocations are at record levels. Investors rejoice, but cotton, rice and dairy producers are feeling the squeeze.

Private investors face public peers in ‘tug of war’ over vineyard assets

AgIS's $35m reported acquisition of a Californian winery suggests the jury is still out on the right capital structure for the wine business.

Farmland Partners announces asset sales in wake of stock plunge

Chief executive Paul Pittman tells Agri Investor the sales are unconnected to a 40% drop in share value and remains opposed to divesting the REIT's portfolio in one block.

Arable acquires second Californian irrigation company

The acquisition of Lodi Pump and Irrigation follows the firm’s purchase of Hydratec earlier this year.

Pistachio and almond export demand outpaces walnuts: Farmer Mac

A fund manager with some tree nut investments tells Agri Investor that protectionism is a new and growing concern in the market.

Arable seals California deal, plans merger to boost sliced fruit portfolio

Adam Woiblet, president of Peoples Company west coast affiliate Agribusiness Trading Group, tells Agri Investor private equity interest in the Northwest region’s midstream sector is on the rise.

DOWNLOAD: Lease or operate?

In the second of a series, we map out the ag fund universe by strategy. Flick through our presentation to find the vehicle that fits your bill.

Exclusive: Ohio Police and Fire looks to add row crops

Following its $50m debut ag investment in Agriculture Capital’s permanent-crop focused ACM II Fund last year, the Townsend Group has recommended the $15.7bn pension add row-crop exposure.

Peoples Company expands West with ABT acquisition

President Steve Bruere says the acquisition of half of Washington State's AgriBusiness Trading Group is part of an effort to be in each US farmland market drawing institutional investors.

The winners and losers of California’s water crackdown

With a boom in almond orchards contributing to depleting the state’s aquifers, investors should be aware that ‘the party is going to be contained,’ an insider tells us.

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