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Gladstone acquires Michigan blueberry properties for $7.8m

The NASDAQ-listed farmland REIT’s expansion comes as blueberry markets face reduced California production and growing competition from Mexico, Peru and Chile.

‘Against all odds’ that Australian winter crop will hit five-year average: Rabobank

The banks predicts dry conditions will lead to a below-average winter crop despite a slight year-on-year raise in area planted.

Investors want sustainable beef production

The latest annual update to the Australian Beef Sustainability Framework shows an industry trying to get on the front foot with consumers and investors.

Hamilton Lane: US farmland values might be levelling-off

The gap between appreciation and income is narrowing, but significant risks to farmland values remain, says Brent Burnett.

Blue Sky enters receivership after Oaktree loan covenant breach

Future is unclear for the Brisbane-based asset manager as receivers are appointed after ‘significant instability and uncertainty’ at Blue Sky.

Over half of farmland on Tillable online rental platform is institutionally-owned – Exclusive

CEO Corbett Kull wants individual landowners to get the same thorough terms as institutions.

PE’s role in the 21st-century hemp supply chain

Private investors are well-positioned to help revive industrial hemp in the US, but they will have to navigate a hopeful market carefully.

RRG-backed Sun World sells California grape lands

Executives from the Renewable Resources Group-owned company said the sale would allow them to focus more on its technology, breeding and licensing business.

Australian ag needs better risk-management tools

A new report from the Australian Farm Institute argues that institutional – rather than price or production – risk poses the greatest challenge to the sector today.

Canadian farmland markets averaged 6.6 percent growth in 2018

In its annual farmland values overview, Canadian ag lender Farm Credit Canada reported large producers were the driving force for continued growth that marked a slowdown from the 8.4 percent pace reported last year.
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