News & Media

Farmland Values in Australia Continue to be Strong


The recent Rural Bank Annual Farmland Values Report 2017 details Australian rural farmland continues to be a solid investment. Since 1998 the average annual growth rate has been over 6.6% per annum. Well worth a look as a real asset investment....https://www.ruralbank.com.au/assets/responsive/pdf/publications/afv-2017.pdf ... Read More

Quarterly Update - Summer 2018


Written by: Luke Kenniff

Hoping you had a wonderful festive period. For those back at work, please find attached our Quarterly Report, having a look back and 2017 and into 2018.Please feel free to share and here’s hoping your 2018 is a great one! Please click here to see the full report                         ... Read More

Quarterly Update - Winter 2017


Please find attached the Harvest Agents and Advisory Quarterly Update covering some of the commodities and themes affecting Australian Agricultural investment Click here to read ... Read More

The Rural Property Investment Arbitrage - The Cost per MT factor


Written by: Luke Kenniff

Every since I started my career in commodity trading I have always had a keen eye for a spread trade or arbitrage opportunity. Given I am now in agricultural advisory supporting a range of investors in agriculture, the opportunities still remain at large. This phenomenon may be no news to some investors however it is clear that there are many opportunities within the market that are being missed by some. Clearly investors are putting capital to work in assets that may look at ... Read More

Harvest 2015 Update


Written by: Luke Kenniff

As harvest progresses through NSW south, many growers are seeing a wide range of grain yields and qualities. Whilst the season has been long and in some cases disappointing, do not despair! Your marketing decisions that you contemplate now will have a marked influence on your net return.Be considered when looking at your grades and locations and be sure to consult a wide range of people within your network. To this end, feed grains such as barley are are generally best held ... Read More