Trends in allocations to Farmland investing with a Global Perspective
• Successive years of low commodity prices, over-leveraged balance sheets, and drought in the northeast have left many farmland assets in Brazil searching for new investors. While current restrictions on foreign ownership limit opportunities for foreign large-scale investment, this could change once drafted legislation is enacted.
• Argentina’s farmland market is awakening thanks to the pro-business government that took office in December 2015. Valuations for grazing land in the north and forestry in the
Mesopotamia area currently appear to be attractive. The central area of the country also offers attractive opportunities for row crops and for mixed operations.
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Source: Global Ag Investing