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  • San Diego County unveils 2015 alternatives commitment pacing targets
    • P&I
    • 16 Jan 2015

    San Diego County Employees Retirement Association plans to commit $275 million to $400 million to real assets including agriculture, mining, energy and timber in 2015.

  • Invasion of the hedge fund almonds
    • Mother Jones
    • 12 Jan 2015

    It takes a gallon of water to produce one almond. And that's not the most insane fact about the mad dash to plant the thirsty trees in the middle of a catastrophic drought in California.

  • Farmland: Yield-starved investors go back to the land
    • Euromoney
    • 13 Jan 2014

    This year could see a surge in interest in farmland from investors with very little experience in this complicated asset class, reports Euromoney

  • Investors look to farmland as tangible, stable asset
    • AgWire
    • 12 Nov 2012

    With the ups and downs of the stock market in the past few years and the boom in the rural economy, institutional investors are looking at farmland as a tangible, stable asset to have in their portfolio.

  • Fertile ground for investors: Farmlands
    • Philadelphia Inquirer
    • 17 May 2011

    The world’s second-oldest profession–farming–is a hot investment

  • The 40-year food outlook
    • Daily Reckoning
    • 27 Oct 2010

    Farmland is a compelling way to capitalize on the coming bull market in agricultural commodities, but it’s a high-risk proposition.

  • US investors plough cash into farmland
    • BBC
    • 05 Oct 2010

    Investment managers in the US report rising interest from pension schemes and retail investors in funds that buy and run farmland in developed countries.

  • Down on the farm
    • BBC
    • 04 Oct 2010

    The rights and wrongs of global agricultural investment examined on Business Daily of the BBC

  • Investors seeing farmland as safer bet than stocks
    • LA Times
    • 19 Sep 2010

    Wary of fluctuations on Wall Street, more wealthy Americans, private funds and foreigners are putting money into parcels of cornfields, fruit orchards and other US agricultural products.

  • Pinstripes, pitchforks and profits
    • Reuters
    • 04 May 2010

    "In the age of derivatives and evaporating valuations, farmland is gold with a cash flow."

  • Hancock ag investors eyeing more farm deals
    • Reuters
    • 17 Mar 2010

    Investors are growing more bullish on U.S. farmland as softness in some sectors spurs increased competition for buying quality acres. Capital flow is increasing from overseas, in particular from Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

  • Doit-on protéger nos terres?
    • RDI
    • 17 Mar 2010

    Selon l'économiste Marc Urbain Proulx, les groupes chinois sont prêts à contourner la loi en faisant acheter les terres par des personnes qui résident au Québec.

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