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The latest edition of Rural Bank’s annual analysis of Australian farmland values shows that growth rates continued to slow after an exceptionally strong five years.
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A tighter market is likely to see more deals done based on economic fundamentals rather than hopes of capital gain, Rabobank says.
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Data from sales and lettings agency Knight Frank shows farmland in England Wales was valued at more £9,000 per acre for the first time in Q4 2023.
Water entitlement prices fell from all-time highs in February 2023 to near-A$0 in June, before recovering some ground, writes Aither's Ben Williams.
Income growth remained negative for only the second time since the 2015 inception of the Australian Farmland Index, as lower commodity prices and climatic changes have an impact.
Person holding clump of soil in their hands teeming with worms
Waste becomes wealth in AAM’s trial schemes to recycle chicken manure and timber residue as investors focus on ESG.
Investors voted to wind up the fund due to the rise in farmland values since its launch, which have compressed rental yields and offer a chance to secure strong exit prices now.
Headshot of Scott Nuttall, co-CEO of KKR, against a purple background
Deployment in PE halved year-on-year to $3bn in Q2 2023, while dry powder across strategies stood at $100bn, according to the firm's second-quarter earnings.
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Rabobank’s annual Agricultural Land Price Outlook found that the median price for agricultural land in Australia rose by 6% in 2020, with further growth forecast.
Global agribusiness lead Rob Dongoski says the addition of Mark Holland, Nathan Ramsey and Asha Lundal from The Context Network reflects growing interest in the sector.
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