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Graincorp Deal May Stir Taste for CBH

Graincorp Deal May Stir Taste for CBH

By Caroline Henshaw, Published in The Wall Street Journal. Read the full story here. Archer Daniel Midland Co's appetite for Australian grain handler Graincorp Ltd may prompt potential foreign investors in the nation's lucrative agriculture sector to look for an even tastier deal out West, analysts ... Read More »


Farm sector split over level of foreign ownership scrutiny

Farm sector split over level of foreign ownership scrutiny

By Melissa Williams, Published in The Countryman. Read the full story here. Reducing the threshold for scrutiny of foreign acquisitions of Australian agricultural land to a cumulative $15 million, down from $244 million, could be a major disincentive to overseas investors and disastrous for WA's fa ... Read More »


Agriculture Investment Summit (16 October 2012)

Agriculture Investment Summit (16 October 2012)

Agriculture Investment Summit held by Terrapinn, on the 16 and 17 October 2012 in Singapore. Gordon Verrall, Corporate Agriculture Australia, a keynote speaker. For more information, click here. ... Read More »


Foreign investment in Australian agriculture

Foreign investment in Australian agriculture

By Mick Keogh, Australian Farm Institute. Read the full PDF here. An overview of the challenges and opportunities associated with foreign ownership of Australian agricultural land and agri-businesses. ... Read More »


'Good times return' for Aussie farmers

'Good times return' for Aussie farmers

By Australian Associated Press, Published in the Sydney Morning Herald. Read the full story here. The good times have returned for Australian farmers, the federal government says as it pushes for increased foreign investment in agriculture. Agriculture Minister Joe Ludwig said that after years of ... Read More »


International Farmland Focus 2012

International Farmland Focus 2012

By Savills Research - Rural. For further information, and PDF download, click here. Farmland a credible investment. The investment performance of farmland continues to outstrip that of many alternative assets. As interest grows in this sector, it is proving to be an investment 'safe haven' during ... Read More »


Why Jim Rogers is investing in farmland

Why Jim Rogers is investing in farmland

By Don Miller, Published in Money Morning. Read the full story here. Legendary Wall Street trader and best-selling author Jim Rogers recently offered this unconventional advice: If you want to get rich, you should be investing in farmland. Don't laugh. Rogers is good at what he does. Really good. ... Read More »


Farmers support foreign investment register

Farmers support foreign investment register

By Bobbie Hinkley, Published in Farm Weekly. Read the full story here. CORPORATE Agriculture Australia managing director Gordon Verrall believes WA farmers have nothing to worry about in regards to foreign investment. Corporate Agriculture Australia is a management company which specialises in the ... Read More »


Foreign investors snap up Mid West properties

Foreign investors snap up Mid West properties

By Haidee Vandenberghe, Published in The Countryman. Read the full story here. Malaysian investors have snapped up three of the Mid West's finest cropping properties in a bid to re-enter the WA farming industry. Details surrounding the purchases remain under wraps, but a Malaysian corporate is bel ... Read More »


Farmers flock to list with corporate player

Farmers flock to list with corporate player

By Haidee Vandenberghe, published in The Countryman. See the full article here. Farmers have rushed to offer their properties for sale to corporate agriculture venture JPT Capital, which last month announced it wanted to buy up to 80,000 hectares of WA cropping land. The company is seeking to rais ... Read More »


Trustees diligence visit report - GAS and CAA

Trustees diligence visit report - GAS and CAA

For the full visit report, click here. ...Corporate Agriculture Australia (CAA) was founded by Gordon Verrall, the company has grown from 6 to 20 people and it provides consultancy and business development for rural agribusiness. The role of CAA is to make sure investors get into the correct farmla ... Read More »


Aussie farms a safe bet

Aussie farms a safe bet

By Marcus Elgin, Published in the Weekly Times. Read the full article here. FOREIGN investment is a good thing and has always been around, writes Marcus Elgin. There has been a considerable amount of marginally informed discussion on foreign investment in Australian farmland and agribusiness. Wit ... Read More »