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Mining mogul joins Australia ranchland scramble

Mining billionaire Gina Rinehart is the latest buyer of Australian ranchland, just days after a historic cattle export deal with China

Low crop prices to end expansion in world arable land
Growth in arable sowings is to stagnate, after a decade of strong growth, says PotashCorp, which is more upbeat in its language on the potash market
English land market to slow, after 10% growth in a year
Knight Frank says English land prices are to see somewhat slower growth - which the politics-hit Scottish market has long witnessed
Wheat rally could spur Australian land price gains
Australian farmers are, currently, on track for another year of strong profits - of the type which has a history of boosting land prices, ANZ says
Farmland Partners expands into fruit, as Gladstone buys too
Row crop land investment company Farmland Partners buys a blueberry farm, as Gladstone Land expands its portfolio too
Dollar spells more trouble for US farmland values
US land prices fall for a 19th successive month - with pressure on crop prices from a strengthening dollar potentially to keep a lid on the market
BrasilAgro shares soar as land sale flags rising values
BrasilAgro's farm sale shows burgeoning prices in the underdeveloped Brazilian north east
Palm plantation deal highlights Malaysian land premium
Felda Global Ventures pays a healthy price for Malaysian palm oil land, underling the
Farmland Partners raises dividend - and firepower for land buys
The farmland investment company reveals a third upgrade to its dividend, and extra borrowing "flexibility" as it investigates acquisitions
US land values 'particularly vulnerable to crop prices'
US farmland values are underperforming those in the UK, and there may be more to that than chance, analysis by Savills shows
US farmland prices fall for 18th month
... but the overall decline disguises sharp variations between individual markets, Creighton University says
NZ dairy farm prices rise, as hopes grow of rate cut
New Zealand dairy farm prices are recovering despite weak milk values, Reinz says, even as ideas grow of lower borrowing costs ahead
Outlook bleak for signs of US land price revival taking root
Early 2015 brought marginal land prise rises in some major US ag areas. But lenders are sceptical of further improvement, particularly for cropland
Brazil farmers push for reversal of foreign land purchase ban

Farmers fear that rules bought in to keep out foreign landowners may be stifling investment

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