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Would you like to invest in Australian Farms?
Agriculture is a foundational sector in the Australian economy. Aussie farmers provide 93% of our daily domestic food supply as well as accounting for 15% of Australian exports which combined provide 3% of our GDP.
Investing in farms can have two main financial returns:
Combined this has made Australian agriculture a lucrative long-term investment with many firms managing farms that well and truly outperform the ASX 200. We want to provide you with the opportunities to own a share of these investments.
There are many different sectors and niches within agriculture, the main areas are:
We have a number of deals coming soon.
Register your interest to invest in a farm or farm business!
Agriculture plays a vital role in Australia, contributing to our economic, social and environmental sustainability (National Farmers Federation 2019).
Economic: the agricultural sector (at farm-gate) contributes 3% and $60 billion to Australia’s GDP. The growth in the farm sector has increased steadily from 1974 to 2017, consistently out-performing other sectors.
Social: there are approximately 85,681 farm businesses in Australia and the complete agricultural supply chain provides over 1.6 million jobs to the economy. Each Australian farmer produces enough food to feed 600 people, 150 at home and 450 overseas. Australian farmers produce 93% of Australia’s daily domestic food supply.
Environmental: Australian farmers manage and care for 58% of Australia’s land mass, and with a strong environmental focus 94% of Australian farmers actively undertake natural resource management.
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